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Silver Fern Farms ‘Co-Operative Board Election’

Silver Fern Farms Co-Operative Media Release –
‘Co-Operative Board Election’.

Dunedin Monday 5 March 2018:

Four candidates have put themselves forward for the two available positions on the Silver Fern Farms Co-operative Limited’s Board of Directors.

Fiona Hancox and Rob Hewett retire by rotation at the Company’s 2017 Annual Meeting which is to be held in Dunedin on 18 April 2018. Fiona Hancox and Rob Hewett have advised that they will stand for re-election.
Nominations have also been received for Chris Allen and Conor English.

The candidates for election are:
Chris Allen
Conor English
Fiona Hancox
Rob Hewett

The election will be conducted by postal and online ballot. Voting papers will be posted to eligible shareholders on Wednesday, 4 April 2018.

Voting will close at 3.00pm on Monday, 16 April 2018. The result will be announced prior to the Annual Meeting.

Full details on the election including information on the candidates standing, and eligibility criteria for voting will be available on the Co-operative’s website from 7 March 2018 at: silverfernfarms.coop.

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