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Landline: To Hell And Back/Grateful Farmers/Home Grown/China Dreams
To Hell And Back/Grateful Farmers/Home Grown/China Dreams
ABC  |  November 12, 2017
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To Hell And Back
James Paterson was destined to take over the family business one day. But when his father died prematurely, James - straight out of college - stepped up to take over the reins. He talks to Kerry Staight about his role in the family empire and his partnership with his 81-year-old grandfather.

Grateful Farmers
They arrived in the Top End as refugees with very little. They formed a small farming collective, sharing knowledge, workers, and equipment to earn an income. Three decades later these Vietnamese growers are producing around $40 million of fresh vegetables - including tonnes of unusual Asian varieties.

Home Grown
A fishing family from far north Queensland is tapping into the hugely popular ready-to-eat tuna market. The business was borne out of the frustration of having to eat tinned fish from overseas.

China Dreams
A transformation is underway at Australia's largest dairy property on Tasmania's north-west coast. The new owner of Woolnorth is gearing up to send big quantities of fresh milk to his home country, China. Fiona Breen caught up on the changes in progress at the historic property.

To Hell And Back
James Paterson was destined to take over the family business one day. But when his father died prematurely, James - straight out of college - stepped up to take over the reins. He talks to Kerry Staight about his role in the family empire and his partnership with his 81-year-old grandfather.

Grateful Farmers
They arrived in the Top End as refugees with very little. They formed a small farming collective, sharing knowledge, workers, and equipment to earn an income. Three decades later these Vietnamese growers are producing around $40 million of fresh vegetables - including tonnes of unusual Asian varieties.

Home Grown
A fishing family from far north Queensland is tapping into the hugely popular ready-to-eat tuna market. The business was borne out of the frustration of having to eat tinned fish from overseas.

China Dreams
A transformation is underway at Australia's largest dairy property on Tasmania's north-west coast. The new owner of Woolnorth is gearing up to send big quantities of fresh milk to his home country, China. Fiona Breen caught up on the changes in progress at the historic property.

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