Waipaoa cadets help out at Farmer of the Year field day

Valuable experience for all.

Valuable experience for all.

(Front, left to right) Cadets Hamish Gilbertson, Jacob Maxwell, Kristy Roa, Tina Takarua (the cadets’ cook), Owen Pengelly, and James Maher (Waipaoa stock manager). (Rear, left to right) Cadets Toby Proude, Jack Hirst, Ollie Holst, Jack du-Toit and Jack Ellingham. Picture by Rebecca Williams

Most of the cadets from the Waipaoa farm cadet training scheme helped out and observed at the Mokairau Station Farmer of the Year field day on the station at Whangara on Tuesday last week.

It was an extremely valuable experience for them all.


Most of the cadets from the Waipaoa farm cadet training scheme helped out and observed at the Mokairau Station Farmer of the Year field day on the station at Whangara on Tuesday last week.

It was an extremely valuable experience for them all.


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