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11 Nuffield scholars visit Wisconsin farms
During his time in Wisconsin, Kidd spent time with a family who had previously run a direct consumer beef business. "That fascinated me as something I'd quite like to do back in New Zealand," said Kidd. "Everything I've seen in Wisconsin is amazing soils, amazing cropping practices."
The Nuffield Scholarship Programme
Each year up to three scholarships are awarded by the Nuffield Farming Scholarship Trust. These are New Zealand's most valuable and prestigious farming awards.
2013 Nuffield New Zealand Scholars announced
Five Scholarship recipients have an exciting year of travel, networking and study ahead of them.
2012 Nuffield Brochure
Click here to download the 2012 Nuffield Brochure.
Photo gallery of the 2012 Nuffield NZ Biennial conference
Superb recap and photos from the conference.
Applications close for the 2013 Scholarship programme on 31 August 2012. Please click here for a PDF application.
Nuffield Director appointed following review
Announcing Richard Green as the first permanent Director of the New Zealand Nuffield Farming Scholarship Trust.
2012 Nuffield Scholars
The 2012 Nuffield Scholars announced before the Minister of Agriculture on 31 October 2011, are Sandra Faulkner (Gisborne), Richard Fitzgerald (Methven) and Michael Tayler (Temuka).
New Zealand and Asia
Nuffield Scholar David Campbell writes in Farmer’s Weekly
2013 Nuffield Scholar Natasha King – Dairy farm effluent to electricity plan
Stuff have featured at article on Nuffield scholarship holder Natasha King using her international research as the basis for a new effluent processing system for farmers.
2012 Nuffield Scholar- Think Global
April 2013 Countrywide Magazine featuring Michael Tayler, 2012 Nuffield Scholar appreciating afresh that this is indeed one lucky country
New Technologies in Arable Farming
A new report from 2012 Nuffield Scholar Michael Tayler
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