NZ Young Farmer COMPETITIONS
The New Zealand Young Farmers Competitions are held in each of the seven regions, with the winners progressing to the National Final in July.
These competitions play a pivotal role in developing these key skills for the next generation of young farmers. They also present the opportunity of networking and building on current relationships.
To register please get in contact with your regional chairs:
Chair: Natalie Lynch | Regional Chair Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Regional Email: email@example.com
Waikato/ Bay of Plenty
Chair: Racheal MacDonald | Regional Chair Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Regional Email: email@example.com
Chair: Fletch Edwards | Regional Chair Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Regional Email: email@example.com
Chair: Jessie Waite | Regional Chair Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Regional Email: email@example.com
Chair: Vanessa Robinson | Regional Chair Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Regional Email: email@example.com
Chair: James Hurst | Regional Chair Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Regional Email: email@example.com
Chair: Allen Gregory | Regional Chair Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Regional Email: email@example.com
COMPETITION - DEBATING
The aim of the debate competition is to develop public speaking, logic and argument skills. The ability to communicate clearly, concisely and effectively is invaluable in today's world.
The debate competitions can be organised for all levels: Club, Regional and then on to the Final at National level.
The aim of the stock judging competition is to develop an interest and skill level of stock assessment in young people and this generation of farmers. The ability to be a good judge of stock is a skill that can be easily learnt by competing in stock judging competitions.
At club and district level competitions the emphasis is on learning the basics. It is a good idea to organise and hold a club skills day, invite current or past stock assessors to help with this. A&P Show Society Judges are a good source of knowledge. There is no substitute for practice in this competition.
The Fencing Competition is competed both at a regional and a national level. Regions are responsible for the organisation and sponsorship of their own regional final, with the winners progressing to the National Final.
Clay Target Competition
All regional competitions are to be held through a NZ Gun Club with scores verified by them.
For a list of NZ registered Gun Clubs CLICK HERE, they will supply clays and ammo at a charge.