Our farm

Our farm is located on the lower foothills of Maungatautari (Ngāti Korokī Kahukura), within the Waikato (Waipā) region in the central North Island of New Zealand. As well as having an abundance of rich pasture, the area is known for Maungatautari Ecological Island, which has the longest pest-proof fence in the world. Through the efforts of locals, it’s become an ecological haven for native wildlife such as kiwi, kōkako, and tuatara.

Beginning with my great-grandfather Jack and his brother Ted, to the current custodians, my parents, Neville and Louise, our family has worked the land for over a century. My partner Richard, our daughter Ophelia, and I, as well as my brother Trent and his partner Taylor, all form the new generations to be involved with the land.

Today, we’re a medium-sized, certified organic dairy farm, but we choose to farm using a ‘best tools for the job’ approach. We are progressive farmers, who combine intelligent solutions such as state-of-the-art robotics with responsible, regenerative practice.

Farming needs the best of us and we believe in being part of a community, sharing discussion and expertise, creating a better future for all of us.

This is our home. Our land of milk and honey.