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New Look For Federated Farmers' Website

1 February 2006

New Look For Federated Farmers' Website

Federated Farmers of New Zealand (Inc) has re-launched its website ( ).

The site has been built with slow rural internet connection speeds in mind and therefore can be downloaded by members in the fastest possible time.

The new site places greater emphasis on services for the individual member, including allowing members to order products such as contracts and Fact Sheets online.

Members who have a policy query can go to the policy section of the site, fill in a form with their question which will then be directed to the appropriate policy specialist to answer.

Visitors to the site can also read about the history of Federated Farmers and learn how being a member of the Federation can benefit individual farmers as well as the farming industry.

Farmers wishing to join the Federation can do so online.

The site also has a comprehensive list of key contacts within the Federation, a feature useful for the media.

Media releases put out by Federated Farmers as well as speeches given by farming leaders within the Federation are posted on the site as they are released.

Visit to view the new site.


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