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Dairy Farmers Of New Zealand Council Meeting

16 February 2000 PR10/2000

MEDIA ADVISORY
DAIRY FARMERS OF NEW ZEALAND COUNCIL MEETING

23-25 February 2000

Flock House, Bulls

Federated Farmers' Dairy Farmers of New Zealand invites all media representatives to attend the 2000 Dairy Farmers Of New Zealand Council Meeting, 23-25 February 2000 at Flock House, Bulls.

The key note speaker is Brian Allison, Chairman of Dairy Foods Ltd.

Other guest speakers include the Chairman of the New Zealand Dairy Board, Graham Fraser; Gerard Lynch of Kiwi Co-operative Dairies; Peter Gatley, General Manager of LIC; and the New Zealand Dairy Board's Group Manager, Corporate Development Chris Kelly on 'Industry-good' activities in a restructured industry.

Workshops will be held on Co-operatives structures, quality issues and audit trails within the dairy industry, and industry restructuring progress.

Unfortunately, some sessions are closed to the media. If any media representative wants to receive a full agenda, please contact Cecile Peinke on 04-473-7269.

ENDS For further information: Kevin Petersen 04-473-7269 Cecile Peinke 04-473-7269


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