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Angus New Zealand January e-Newsletter

From the President... Happy New Year everyone! I do hope you have had a nice summer break and that you've had some rain if you were dry.As most of you are already aware,  we are currently working through a restructure of the roles within Angus NZ and AngusPure, which we hope to have in place…
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NATIONAL VIDEO SALE 2018

  There has been a change to how the Angus bulls will be sold in 2018 over Beef Week. Instead of being sold at Beef Expo, they will be auctioned at the PGG Wrightson Livestock National Video Sale, which will be held at the Palmerston North Convention Centre on Monday 14th May 2018. On the…
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Angus National Herd Tour 2018

Manawatu / Whanganui Angus Ward 18th - 21st March 2018 Showcasing 7 leading Angus stud operations Visit to Merchiston Estate Homestead, one of NZ’s premier historic homes Visit to one of the country's largest Maori operations - Atihau-Whanganui Incorporation at Ohakune A visit to the Tru-Test Angus Bull Unit and a heifer sale CONTACTS FOR…
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ANGUS NZ AGM and CALL FOR ANY ‘NOTICE OF MOTION’

Notification of AGM Notification is hereby given of the Annual General Meeting of the New Zealand Angus Association Inc., to be held; Venue: Coachman Hotel, Fitzherbert Avenue, Palmerston North Time: 5.00 pm, SUNDAY, 18th MARCH 2018 Call for any Notice of Motion Any notices of motion for the 2017 Annual General Meeting, to be held…
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NOMINATIONS FOR BOARD MEMBERS NOW OPEN

Invitation for nominations to the Board Invitations are now invited for nominations to the Board of the New Zealand Angus Association Incorporated. Rule 10 of the Angus New Zealand Constitution, requires current members of the Board to stand down on a two-yearly rotational basis. Members required to stand down in accordance with this rule are…
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Averages up across the board!

The main 2 year old sales period has now concluded and averages are up on 2016 figures by over $1,600 per head. The 2017 average price on 2195 bulls sold was $7,964. The top price for a bull sold by Rangatira was $50,000, again up on the 2016 top price of $32,000. Click here for short cuts to further sales statistics.
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