Fieldays - Rural Catch

Rural catch

 Farmlands Wild Card – Fieldays Rural Catch


Fieldays are on the lookout for rural men and women to represent the farming community in a week-long, all-expenses-paid trip. Not only will they be a catch for any potential love interest, but their rural skills and knowledge of agricultural business will make them a catch for any employer, business partner and the wider ag-industry.

Vote for your favourite ‘Wild Card’ today and be in to win tickets to Fieldays*

The favourite Wild Card will then head to Fieldays and compete in the Fieldays Rural Catch. They could walk away with an impressive prize pool worth over $25,000 thanks to generous sponsors – Farmlands, Suzuki, Swanndri, STIHL and Fiji Airways – as well as the coveted ‘Golden Gumboot’ trophy.



Wild Card Contestant – Tegan Weber 



Meet Tegan Weber from Kerikeri, Northland

Tegan describes herself  as someone who is always down for some fun, but knows when to get work done. She has the best of  both worlds, working in the office during the week, and milking cows and living the farm life on the weekends! Her parents taught her to work for what she wants and to be very independent, so that is what she is! She is a very social person, who loves nothing more than great yarns and a beer.

View Tegan's story here






Wild Card Contestant – Stuart Kent




Meet Stuart Kent from Otautau, Southland

Stuart is an easygoing sort of chap, a typical southern lad with hardly a filter when it comes to jokes. Stuart loves a good hunt when not working and still plays a bit of rugby when he can.

 View Stuart's story here







Wild Card Contestant – Aleisha Broomfield 


Meet Aleisha Broomfield from Morrinsville, Waikato

Aleisha says “she is 29 and looking fine! Haha no seriously I’m fun and charismatic, outgoing and get along with everybody”. She is honest, trustworthy and caring. How is she single? Aleisha loves good banter and meeting new people and pushing herself out of  her comfort zone.

 View Aleisha's story here