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NZ Meat And Fibre Producers' Conference/AGM 2002

25/26 March 2002 - Wellington

The New Zealand Meat and Fibre Producers' Conference/AGM 2002 will be held on 25/26 March 2002 in the Kent/Devon Rooms of the Mercure Hotel (formerly the Novotel), 345 The Terrace, Wellington.

Guest speakers include: Hon Jim Sutton, Minister of Agriculture; Derek Belton, Director Animal Biosecurity MAF Biosecurity Authority; Jeff Grant, Chair, Meat New Zealand; Brian Lynch, Executive Director, Meat Industry Association of New Zealand; John Dalziell, Chairman, Animal Health Board (Inc); Bruce Munro, Chairman, New Zealand Wool Board; Mavis Mullins, One Wool.

NZMFP acknowledges the support of Novartis, Wrightson Ltd, CentrePort Wellington, and Beaurepaires.

The agenda is attached. Those wishing to attend should contact Anna More PH 04 473 7269.


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