Can-Am is back with its Livin’ the Land series, and the latest episode visits the Rissington Cattle Company in New Zealand. For decades, the company has been on the forefront of innovation. In the ‘80s, it was responsible for importing frozen embryos from Canada and the United States in order to raise and breed new lines of beef stock. That decision changed the face of the cattle industry in New Zealand forever, and pushed Rissington to the forefront of the country’s beef trade. Now, years later the company continues to look for ways to innovate. Sometimes that means relying on new technology, and sometimes that means falling back on land management practices that are hundreds of years old.