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Sod farm: A little-known story of a small farm in rural New Zealand

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A small farm is now a national treasure in New Zealand.

It’s one of many small-scale farming operations that dot the country, where the number of farms has grown from just over 1,000 in 1980 to more than 20,000 today.

The story is one of a little-understood story of how a small family of five from Wairarapa became involved in a new way to grow their own food.

A little-discussed aspect of the story is that the farm started as a small-batch operation, with only about five people involved, all of whom were from New Zealand, according to a statement by the company that manages the farm.

“The family were inspired by the work done by our family’s friend and mentor, Professor Michael Wilson, who began his career in agriculture at Wairarrangi University and is now the Professor of the Environment at the University of Canterbury,” the statement said.

When the family got involved, they said they were interested in growing and growing, but the first time they took on a full-scale farm was in the late 1980s when they started their first family.

They grew tomatoes, peppers, peppers and vegetables, and also worked on the farm until it was sold to a local family who wanted to continue growing their own produce.

Michael Wilson started his career at Waimate University and he’s now the Associate Professor of Environment at Canterbury University.

Wilson said the family were initially interested in producing a few different types of fruit, but soon they began to think about how they could grow their produce in more complex ways.

Eventually, they decided to try their hand at growing vegetables in a small plot, using organic methods and compost.

So far, they’ve grown tomatoes, onions, peppers (they have plans to grow peppers in the future), cucumbers and melons.

Their next goal is to grow potatoes, and Wilson said the plan is to sell all the produce to supermarkets in New York City, where it is sold as well as on the open market.

This is their third crop, and it’s their fourth year growing the vegetables, but they’ve been growing them since 2008.

One of the biggest challenges in growing vegetables is that there are many different types.

The plants are in a variety of stages of growth, and they’re always changing and getting bigger, Wilson said.

They’ve also been growing peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers, peas and even eggplants.

At the moment, they have about four crops growing, which they’re growing on a plot of land that’s about half a hectare.

The other four plants are all grown in small plots on the side of the road.

Wilson said there are a number of things that the family have learned about growing vegetables over the years, including the importance of using organic farming methods and the importance to feed their family.

He said they’ve learned how to use soil that is well-drained, and that the soil is fertilised with compost.

Wilson’s son, Ryan, who is also the owner of the farm, said he and his wife, Susan, are very lucky that they are able to farm the land themselves.

He said it’s important to them that they make sure they are using the right soil, but also to make sure that the animals are eating well, so they can feed the animals.

While growing the crops, the family said they’re trying to keep the soil quality and the climate as good as possible.

In addition to being able to grow food on the family’s farm, Wilson and his family are involved in the efforts of a local non-profit organization called Māori Farming New Zealand (MFNZ), which aims to promote Māoris and other indigenous groups to become involved in agriculture.

Ryan said that when the family was deciding what to do with their farm, the non-profits they were going to partner with were interested and supportive of the idea.

“We were very keen to work with them, and we just couldn’t do it alone,” he said.

They really wanted to work together with us, and our family really wanted it.” “

We thought that was really important, because then you have the opportunity to do something different, and grow something different.”

They really wanted to work together with us, and our family really wanted it.

“The family said the organization’s goal is not just to grow vegetables, they want to develop a way to raise money to provide food to Māotis.”

That’s why we are really keen to build a farm and start to build that farm, to do a lot of the fundraising and start building that farm,” Wilson said of the MFNZ.

According to Wilson, MFNX is doing well.

He said the company is now receiving some $200,000 from

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