A Special General Meeting of the New Zealand Federation of Young Farmers Club Inc. has been called to review the Draft Rules for the organisation.
Sometimes it takes a disaster to realise how much we care about our fellow New Zealanders. Following the February 22nd earthquake there has been many stories of compassion, goodwill and ordinary New Zealanders coming together to lend a hand.
The past few weeks have seen farmers from all over New Zealand band together to help provide relief to the victims of the Canterbury Earthquake, by aiding with the clean-up and lending a caring ear. That relief is now set to come from even further afield.
New Zealand Young Farmer Members have been out on the streets of Christchurch with the “Farmy Army” over the past week, and this weekend NZYF’s commitment to helping the city recover from the devastating February 22nd Earthquake steps up another gear.
Just one of the mammoth tasks following the February 22nd Earthquake in Canterbury is to remove huge amounts of silt and sand from private properties. The Christchurch City Council has set the goal to have all private homes cleared of mess from liquefaction by the end of the week.
It’s going to be a lot easier for Young Farmers living in South Taranaki to join a New Zealand Young Farmers Club when the new Alton Club has its first official meeting on February 15th.
The Department of Labour is seeking feedback on its draft Guidelines for the Safe Use of Quad Bikes on Farms.
Young Country subscription special - extended until Dec 20th
Mt Hutt NZYF School Club made the Ashburton Guardian's front page today with a story about the Mt Hutt Club and the Club Exec, President Thomas Holmes, Stephen Laird and James Fleming.