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Dairy Elections – Candidate Details

Dairy Elections – Candidate Details

As at 20 March 2003, a further seven candidates have been nominated to stand for either the Dexcel Trust or the Dairy InSight Inc Board, taking the total to 16 candidates to date.

You are most welcome to contact the nominees for further information. Contact details have been provided but this information (telephone number) is not available for publication.

These are significant elections within the industry as it is the first time that dairy farmers will be selecting the leadership of these two newly established organisations. We encourage you to speak to the candidates so that your readers can hear what their local candidates have to say.

All dairy farmers will receive voting packs in the post from 9 May 2003, with the election period closing Friday 30 May, 2003.

CANDIDATES FOR THE DEXCEL TRUST

John LUXTON Waitoa. Ph (04) 382-8351

Juliet MACLEAN Ohaupo. Ph (07) 823-6643

CANDIDATES FOR THE DAIRY INSIGHT BOARD

Ian ROBB Kumara. Ph (03) 736-9818

Douglas LEEDER Opotiki. Ph (07) 315-4839

Karen SEMMENS Morrinsville. Ph (07) 889-7605

Alister BODY Ashburton. Ph (03) 302-8175

Andrew WATTERS Pahiatua. Ph (06) 376-8465

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