Friday, 09 December 2011
ifestyle farmers should keep a close eye on their letterbox. A new monthly publication is about to appear in it, bringing a comprehensive range of information, tips, and advertising aimed entirely at the Lifestyle Farmer (up to 100 acres). Best of all, it will be absolutely free.
Unlike many publications who consider small rural holdings “toy” or “pretend” farms, Rural Living takes this rapidly growing sector very seriously. Modelled on THP's already successful business papers, Business to Business, Manukau Focus, and North Shore Focus, Rural Living aims to fill a gap in the market, bringing solid, well written, editorial alongside strong, relevant advertorial to Auckland and Northland region.
Rural Living aims to make its mark by covering a wide variety of topics from animal rearing and pasture management to day to day living in a rural community – everything, in fact, a lifestyle farmer could need to know.
Take this opportunity to get in front of high disposable income clients in a niche sector and being associated with a high quality product that aims to become THE monthly handbook for rural lifestylers.
IF YOU HAVE NEWS TO SHARE:
HELEN PERRY - EDITOR
More than 40 years a journalist with much of my career focused on lifestyle stories ranging from gardens and interiors through to food appreciation and travel has given me a real appreciation of our natural wonders as well as great admiration for the creativity, passion and work ethic of people who seek to make the most of their environment.
DDI 09 271 8036
IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING ELSE AT ALL:
Karla Wairau – Manager – With 18 years of Sales and Marketing experience behind her, Karla is leading the charge forward. Growing up on a farm in Taranaki more than prepared her for a small holding nestled in the Hunuas where she and her husband David and their two children, like to hang out with cows, sheep, chickens, pigs and horses.
DDI 09 271 8083