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Country99TV proudly presents NZ Dairy Farmer

Country99TV proudly presents a brand new series –NZ Dairy Farmer
Country99TV, New Zealand’s only television channel dedicated to the rural community presents a brand new lifestyle show about the business of Dairy farming – NZ Dairy Farmer, proudly brought to you by Hansen Products.

A prime-time weekly series, NZ Dairy Farmer focuses on New Zealand Dairy farms and the people who run them. The series will provide a unique view of the lives, lifestyles and livelihoods of those at the forefront of our country’s biggest export industry.

NZ Dairy Farmer, presented by Glenys Christian, takes an in-depth look at the issues associated with the seasonal demands of Dairying across New Zealand, captured out on the land with real farmers, real challenges and real stories.

Over 12 prime time episodes, the series will cover topics including women in Dairy farming, environmental issues, organics, animal health and nutrition, breeding, farm management, and much more.

Filmed in an observational style, the series will allow the unique stories of New Zealand Dairy farmers and their land to unfold.

NZ Dairy Farmer
premieres at 7.30pm, Waitangi Day –Wednesday February 6 – as part of the all-new ‘Made in New Zealand’ theme night on Country99TV.


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