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Finalists announced for Fieldays No. 8 Wire National Art Award
The 28 sculptural artworks selected as finalists for the 2017 Fieldays No. 8 Wire National Art Award prove the imagination and creativity of Kiwi artists and DIYers knows no bounds.

Partnership to drive innovation and change in our primary industries Partnership to drive innovation and change in our primary industries
Two of the country’s pre-eminent agriculture brands have joined forces to foster innovation and lead change in New Zealand’s primary industries.

Calling all innovators – 2017 Fieldays Innovation Awards open
Applications opened today for New Zealand’s most prestigious and innovative agricultural awards. The 2017 Fieldays Innovation Awards seek to celebrate and support New Zealand’s most innovative agricultural inventions and showcase emerging products and technology that will lead change in the rural sector.

Fieldays' 2016 app a huge success
Fieldays’ simplified app for the 2016 event has been a resounding success, with a 100% increase in downloads proving functionality was popular and returning positive feedback.

2016 Fieldays Rural Bachelor of the Year Announced
The coveted Golden Gumboot with be taken home by 2016 Rural Bachelor of the Year Paul Olsen from the Manawatu. Also known as ‘Spud’, Olsen proved a force to be reckoned with over the course of a very close competition.

Best in show at Fieldays®
Fieldays exhibitors were rewarded for their efforts last night at the Exhibitor Site Awards in a ceremony held in the Village Green Bar.

Culinary superstars at Fieldays®
Kiwi’s Best Kitchen turned up the heat for the final day of Fieldays 2016, as two culinary superstars took to the Kitchen Theatre stage.

Culinary superstars at Fieldays®
Kiwi’s Best Kitchen turned up the heat for the final day of Fieldays 2016, as two culinary superstars took to the Kitchen Theatre stage.

Exhibitor success at Fieldays 2016®
Without the contribution and support from over 1,000 exhibitors, Fieldays wouldn’t be possible and wouldn’t be the captivating agricultural showcase that it proves to be each year.

Fieldays 2016 one of the busiest yet
Another morning of heavy fog couldn’t keep away Fieldays enthusiasts as 31,327 people came through the gates, putting the total number of people on site at 130,684 for the 48th four-day event.

Friday sees trials and triumphs for Rural Bachelors
Day three at Fieldays 2016 saw the Rural Bachelors skidding on quads, inseminating cows and handling dogs. Support for the lads was strong today as even Bachelor Brandon’s Grandmother got amongst the action, inseminating a cow.

STIHL celebrates at Fieldays
STIHL’s worldwide 90-year anniversary provided the perfect opportunity to combine vintage and modern technology at this year’s New Zealand National Agricultural Fieldays®

Tractor Pull a roaring success
The Tractor Pull competition wrapped up today, with a ceremony to award the winners of this year’s championship at New Zealand National Agricultural Fieldays®.

Fog lifts on day two of Fieldays®
Fieldays 2016 enjoyed a great day two with 32,260 people on site – a 10% increase on the same day last year – kicking off bright and early with the Innovation Awards Breakfast held in the Innovations Centre.

Golden Boys’ Family Showdown at NZ Fencing Championships
This year’s NZ Fencing Championships sees local legend Paul Van Beers competing for the WIREMARK® Golden Pliers™ title once more, before hanging up his tools for the last time.

Innovations winners revolutionising agribusiness
Day two of Fieldays opened this morning with the Innovation Awards Breakfast, rewarding winning entrants to the awards for their impressive contributions to the future of the agriculture industry.

Tractor Pull 2016 – pulling in the competition
Fieldays 2016 Tractor Pull got off to a roaring start this year, exceeding entrants’ and organisers’ expectations and pulling in the crowds.

Clouds clear as crowds build for first day of Fieldays® 2016
The gates to the largest agriculture event in the Southern Hemisphere opened opened today, welcoming 28,058 people for NZ National Agricultural Fieldays’ 48th year.

Fieldays® sees two official openings on first day
Fieldays was officially opened by Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, Hon. Bill English and NZ National Fieldays Society (NZNFS) President Warwick Roberts, with NZNFS CEO Peter Nation also addressing the crowd.

From paddock to plate at Fieldays® 2016
Fieldays took a delicious turn today at Kiwi’s Best Kitchen, with Cambridge foodies Belinda MacDonald and Neena Truscott taking viewers on a journey from paddock to plate.

Day one down for Fieldays® Rural Bachelors Day one down for Fieldays® Rural Bachelors
Fieldays crowd-pleaser Rural Bachelor of the Year got off to a roaring start as the boys introduced themselves to the public this morning with a Q&A session.

Country Calendar: 50 Golden Years Country Calendar: 50 Golden Years
11 June - 11 September 2016 Free entry

Fieldays® a family affair
Visitors will find something for everyone when Fieldays® opens its gates this year, from cooking demonstrations with internationally renowned chefs, to the exciting new Careers and Education Hub and Kids’ Tractor Pull.

Fieldays® at your fingertips with user-friendly app
Finding your way around Fieldays will be even easier this year, with the new Fieldays app putting information in the palm of your hand.

Volunteers are the ‘backbone’ of Fieldays®
In the lead up to NZ National Agricultural Fieldays® 2016 from 15-18 June, a huge team is working behind the scenes to ensure the event goes off without a hitch, and it wouldn’t be possible without the dedication and selflessness of the Fieldays volunteers.

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