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Kavanagh College's Under The Door Enterprises created "Woolly Wedge" to help the industry.
"We are running 50 workers short and this is getting very tight."
Experts will speak on melanoma risks and tackling drench resistance at the social event.
Goal was to get 80 per cent of Alliance staff to take the workshops by end of September.
"We're seeking discussions around an urgent solution."
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John Perriam has made a significant difference to the New Zealand merino industry.
Sophie and Lucy Macdonald are marketing and selling the family farm's merino lamb.
Charity Meat the Need has delivered over 410,000 red meat meals to food banks across NZ.
Limehills Stardom fetched the top price at a national seed stock sale last week.
"It's been the most challenging time in my farming career - no doubt about it."
Ted Dreckow is a founder of NZ's only national merino shearing and woolhandling champs.
Hewett will also continue as co-chairman of Silver Fern Farms Ltd.
A passion for farming is the secret to running a high country station, Annabel Tripp says.
"Apparently we're not in a drought. I'd hate to see what a drought's like."
The Pavletich family put in the hard yards to transform Station Peak in South Canterbury.
Couple turning some of their wool clip into bags, caps, wallets and laptop sleeves.
Award winning farm field day on May 6.
Kate Hughes proud to be the fourth generation to farm Shenley Station in South Canterbury.
Caitlin Brooks (25) has been breeding Murray Greys since she was a teenager.