B+LNZ agm promises full-on day of activities

Doug Avery

A FULL day’s programme has been set up for the Beef+Lamb New Zealand annual general meeting here in Gisborne on March 22, based at the Emerald Hotel.

The day includes a field trip to Tangihanga Station at Patutahi and a virtual tour of the nationally-recognised Wharekopae Catchment Project (Rere Falls).

“The programme will also include snapshots of the various projects, programmes and people B+LNZ is involved with in the Gisborne region,” said chairman James Parsons.

“There will also be a progress update on the development of New Zealand’s Red Meat brand and story.

“Designed to complement and add-value to individual processor/exporter brands, it aims to lift sector profitability by positioning New Zealand beef and lamb as a premium food choice globally.”

In the evening there will be an opportunity to attend an inspiring presentation from Marlborough farmer and author Doug Avery, organised by Farming Women Tairawhiti.

A FULL day’s programme has been set up for the Beef+Lamb New Zealand annual general meeting here in Gisborne on March 22, based at the Emerald Hotel.

The day includes a field trip to Tangihanga Station at Patutahi and a virtual tour of the nationally-recognised Wharekopae Catchment Project (Rere Falls).

“The programme will also include snapshots of the various projects, programmes and people B+LNZ is involved with in the Gisborne region,” said chairman James Parsons.

“There will also be a progress update on the development of New Zealand’s Red Meat brand and story.

“Designed to complement and add-value to individual processor/exporter brands, it aims to lift sector profitability by positioning New Zealand beef and lamb as a premium food choice globally.”

In the evening there will be an opportunity to attend an inspiring presentation from Marlborough farmer and author Doug Avery, organised by Farming Women Tairawhiti.

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