B+LNZ recognises the importance of women's place as critical farming partners in the sheep and beef sector. This day has been designed to help celebrate rural women and provide the opportunity to upskill and make new connections with other like-minded women from across the region. Networking is vital in rural areas for providing both support and inspiration.
You work hard on your farming business! Come and enjoy a rewarding lunch with inspirational speakers, delicious food and the opportunity to network in your area!
Speakers and topics
- Nicky Berger: Mum, Farmer, Business Women.
- Lauren Parsons – Health and wellbeing.
- Lee-Ann Marsh – Meat Business Women: Attract and retain the best possible talent.
- Sandra Matthews – Farming Women Tairawhiti: Strength of rural communities.
- Alison Mooney – Pressing the right buttons: Learn what makes us tick.
Tickets cost $30.
Grab a couple of farming women and come out for a day filled with inspirational speakers, great company and delicious food. Spot prizes to be won!
Find out more
For further information, contact Veronica.Gillett@www.fcpfm.com
Please email Rachel.Jukes@www.fcpfm.com if you are having any problems purchasing tickets.
New improvements to how B+LNZ manages events
We now have a new event website that offers additional features, and we’ve made further improvements since it was launched. Find out more about the new events website here.
COVID-19 event protocols
There will be some changes to how events are run so that we adhere to the government’s COVID-19 requirements: COVID-19.govt.nz. In particular, B+LNZ needs to manage risks, and have the ability to contact trace attendees if anything were to happen.
- It is imperative that every individual pre-registers for any B+LNZ events to avoid the risk of being turned away upon arrival.
- If you have cold or flu symptoms, please stay at home.
The outbreak of Mycoplasma bovis has highlighted the importance of on-farm biosecurity. When attending a B+LNZ field day please ensure you have clean footwear and vehicles are not carrying fresh muck or vegetation. This will help reduce the risk of spreading weeds, pests and diseases onto our host farms and across our country. To stay clean, we need to be clean.