A cow themed mural has transformed an ordinary cow shed into a spectacular work of art in Rai Valley.
Sharing the farming story in schools is helping urban children, teachers and parents get a better understanding of dairy farming and where their milk comes from.
CLASS-ified is one of the education lessons offered to schools as part of DairyNZ’s education programme, which is delivered in partnership with the organisation School Kit.
Are you keen to visit a New Zealand dairy farm with your class? Check out this short video of a recent farm visit to see how easy it is to organise and what your students might see and experience on the day.
80 children from Knighton Normal School swapped a day in the classroom for a visit to Mike and Natasha Budd’s dairy farm to find out where their milk comes from.
A DairyNZ initiative is working with dairy farming children, their families and teachers to help lessen the impact of regularly shifting schools.
Twenty-five Taranaki cyclists will cycle the length of the South Island in February to raise money for the local Rural Support Trust.
Watch as the children from Fairhaven Primary School visit the Fowler's farm to learn all about dairying.
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