Angus Kebbell

2nd Aug 20, 1:21pm
Angus Kebbell talks to two farmers in the Ward region of Marlborough who are changing the way they use their land, sympathetic to the unique climate in the region
Angus Kebbell talks to two farmers in the Ward region of Marlborough who are changing the way they use their land, sympathetic to the unique climate in the region
2nd Aug 20, 1:21pm
1st Aug 20, 11:19am
Angus Kebbell delves into why New Zealand's southern wine industry is so successful and its products so well regarded in world markets
Angus Kebbell delves into why New Zealand's southern wine industry is so successful and its products so well regarded in world markets
1st Aug 20, 11:19am
25th Jul 20, 9:07am
Angus Kebbell explores how land use diversification can build up the value of a farming enterprise and make it a more attractive business when succession options are needed
Angus Kebbell explores how land use diversification can build up the value of a farming enterprise and make it a more attractive business when succession options are needed
25th Jul 20, 9:07am
18th Jul 20, 9:16am
Angus Kebbell explores how women in farm partnerships involve themselves in the business, balance their role in the family, find their way in the local community, and find opportunities outside the daily pressures
Angus Kebbell explores how women in farm partnerships involve themselves in the business, balance their role in the family, find their way in the local community, and find opportunities outside the daily pressures
18th Jul 20, 9:16am
11th Jul 20, 10:42am
Angus Kebbell finds hope in an industry battling for survival in the second part of his exploration into the future for wool
Angus Kebbell finds hope in an industry battling for survival in the second part of his exploration into the future for wool
11th Jul 20, 10:42am
6th Jul 20, 4:31pm
Angus Kebbell tackles sheep farming's biggest challenge - what to do with the wool. Merino is finding success, but the other 95% of strong wools needs its own path, one that will need to re-built from the ground up
Angus Kebbell tackles sheep farming's biggest challenge - what to do with the wool. Merino is finding success, but the other 95% of strong wools needs its own path, one that will need to re-built from the ground up
6th Jul 20, 4:31pm
27th Jun 20, 2:01pm
Angus Kebbell finds that agri-tourism opportunities can be developed in the most innovative ways, often in conjunction with other diversification, and appeal to a surprisingly wide audience
Angus Kebbell finds that agri-tourism opportunities can be developed in the most innovative ways, often in conjunction with other diversification, and appeal to a surprisingly wide audience
27th Jun 20, 2:01pm
20th Jun 20, 10:36am
Angus Kebbell explores a farm diversification plan that delivers in a lock-down, drawing local urban customers on to working farms in a way that connects both
Angus Kebbell explores a farm diversification plan that delivers in a lock-down, drawing local urban customers on to working farms in a way that connects both
20th Jun 20, 10:36am
13th Jun 20, 2:16pm
Angus Kebbell tracks the growth of agri-tourism and how it has helped rural communities rejuvenate. How will it adapt to closed or restricted borders?
Angus Kebbell tracks the growth of agri-tourism and how it has helped rural communities rejuvenate. How will it adapt to closed or restricted borders?
13th Jun 20, 2:16pm
6th Jun 20, 11:39am
Angus Kebbell discusses the strategic shifts irrigation allows to supply up-market consumers with safe pasture-based food options and how a North Canterbury region is working to target those markets
Angus Kebbell discusses the strategic shifts irrigation allows to supply up-market consumers with safe pasture-based food options and how a North Canterbury region is working to target those markets
6th Jun 20, 11:39am
30th May 20, 10:30am
Angus Kebbell talks to a Hurunui River dairy farmer and DOC's chief scientist about how land use changes brought by irrigation are changing the river catchment water quality
Angus Kebbell talks to a Hurunui River dairy farmer and DOC's chief scientist about how land use changes brought by irrigation are changing the river catchment water quality
30th May 20, 10:30am

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