Honoured to be Ahuwhenua finalists

Members of the Whangara Farms management team were pictured on-station - (From left) Murray Jamieson, Stan Pardoe, Richard Scholefield, Ingrid Collins (chair), Jacqueline Blake, Bernard Card, and Chris Torrie. Picture supplied.
Eugene and Pania King, pictured on their farm. Picture by John Cowpland/alphapix

Everyone associated with Whangara Farms and the King family from Kiriroa Station at Motu have celebrated this week after both being named as finalists in the Ahuwhenua Trophy, which recognises excellence for Maori sheep and beef farming.

Both properties will hold field days in April as part of the judging process.

Both sets of finalists were “proud and honoured “ to be selected.

Everyone associated with Whangara Farms and the King family from Kiriroa Station at Motu have celebrated this week after both being named as finalists in the Ahuwhenua Trophy, which recognises excellence for Maori sheep and beef farming.

Both properties will hold field days in April as part of the judging process.

Both sets of finalists were “proud and honoured “ to be selected.

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