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 story being told by our third Dairy Women’s Network visual story telling project, OUR PEOPLE. THEIR STORIES.

ASB MAGS Farm is so unique and special. It’s a farm within a school that’s within New Zealand’s largest city. It connects city kids with opportunities at the heart of New Zealand’s national identity, the agri-food and fibre sector and there are plans to build a new agri food and fibre experience centre which could be a central hub for agri-business in Auckland.

This is their story…

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