Our People. Their Stories.

What is the most important thing in the world?
He tangata, he tangata, he tangata
It is the people, it is the people, it is the people.

From a young age we learn to love being told a great story. Stories create deep emotional connections and they start conversations. We are committed to visually telling stories that will transport and touch people, inspire, educate and engage and provoke an emotional response. These are OUR PEOPLE.THEIR STORIES.

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OUR PEOPLE. THEIR STORIES. ASB MAGS Farm story

Cows and sheep all grazing on a farm with a good view of Auckland’s Sky Tower is the focus of our third story about ASB MAGS Farm that connects...

This is their story
  • Lucy's
    Story

    Lucy's
    Story

    Nine year old Lucy prefers the latest dairy farming catalogues to kid’s books, has her own herd, loves nothing more than helping out on the farm.

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  • Emily
    and
    Dylan's
    Story

    Emily
    and
    Dylan's
    Story

    Now firmly calling themselves dairy farmers Dylan and Emily Hilhorst left building and marketing jobs to set up a new rural life in Tirohanga.

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Inspiring as a community – news and achievements

We love to celebrate the news and achievements of our members – a community of strong, resilient people that go above and beyond in their business and personal lives. 

We are driven and inspired by people who are actively involved in the agri industry at all levels. By celebrating news, achievements and shared experiences, our members and wider rural communities are empowered to strive for more. If you know of an inspiring member in your community, get in touch with us today to share their story.