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Beef + Lamb New Zealand Farmer Directors elected unopposed

20 December 2016

Beef + Lamb New Zealand Farmer Directors elected unopposed

Beef + Lamb New Zealand Farmer Directors George Tatham (Eastern North Island) and Andrew Morrison (Southern South Island) have been elected unopposed to the Board of Beef + Lamb New Zealand.

In line with the Beef + Lamb New Zealand Constitution, Tatham and Morrison were to retire by rotation at next year’s annual meeting.

Electionz.com who conducted the election for Beef + Lamb New Zealand said both directors had signalled their intention to seek re-election and had been returned unopposed.

Bruce Wills was returned to the Beef + Lamb New Zealand Independent Board Remuneration Committee, also unopposed.


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