Trophy decision due next month

WHANAU FARM: Eugene and Pania King did a great job in spelling out their property’s features, their aims to future-proof it for future generations, and showing off their stock (see the following picture in this gallery). Pictures by alphapix.nz
On the farm: More than 100 4x4 quad bikes, single motorcycles and side by sides took part in a tour of the Kings’ farm as part of a field day for the Ahuwhenua Trophy.

The decision on the 2019 winner of the Ahuwhenua Trophy for excellence in Maori sheep and beef farming will be announced about 8pm on May 24 at the Showgrounds Park Event Centre.

Will it be Whangara Farms, Gwavas Station in Hawke’s Bay or Kiriroa Station at Motu? All three finalists showcased themselves very well during field days as part of the judging process.

The King family at Kiriroa hosted 260 people for their event a week ago.

Here are some more images from the successful day.

The decision on the 2019 winner of the Ahuwhenua Trophy for excellence in Maori sheep and beef farming will be announced about 8pm on May 24 at the Showgrounds Park Event Centre.

Will it be Whangara Farms, Gwavas Station in Hawke’s Bay or Kiriroa Station at Motu? All three finalists showcased themselves very well during field days as part of the judging process.

The King family at Kiriroa hosted 260 people for their event a week ago.

Here are some more images from the successful day.

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