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Wendyl Nissen figures out the sustainable habits that are still realistic for her. Every day I go on an egg hunt. It involves a tour of our property, peering in behind bushes, in the woodpile, under buckets or in the middle of flax bushes for the eggs

Bugs are good for their diet Lots of bugs and insects found roaming around the backyard are beneficial to chickens. They provide essential vitamins and minerals, are an excellent source of protein, and contain essential amino acids. However, although part of a chicken’s natural diet, insects

Photography Alice Veysey Meet the Kiwi sisters trailblazing a path in the sustainable wool homewares industry. Kiwi sisters Kate Cullwick and Prue Watson are the duo behind Foxtrot Home, an online homeware brand. They started out selling linen goods, and have now branched out into making a

A change in lifestyle for one young family meant heading back to the family farm, to produce premium free-range pasture eggs. Nestled in the lush green pastures of Wainui – a small rural town just a hop, skip and jump away from Auckland’s North Shore –

Get away from it all with a luxury escape at The Farm at Cape Kidnappers. It’s a breathtaking experience to stand atop the cliffs at The Farm at Cape Kidnappers in Hawke’s Bay and watch gannets swirl about the dark rocks of Black Reef below and

Systems in nature work together in harmony, and through permaculture we can apply the same principles to the way we farm – or grow our veggies. These past few months we’ve been staying on a farm in Northland and getting an insight into rural life. We’ve

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