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It’s time for a get-together before calving!
Come along and join Dairy Women’s Network Taranaki for a social night out. Bring a friend, neighbour, or your team for a catch up and watch the movie “How to please a woman”.
Not everyone milks cows so no matter what your role in the dairy sector is, come along and enjoy time with great company. If you know someone that is new to the region, bring them along and encourage them to get involved in DWN.
Drinks and nibbles will be provided by Ballance Agri-Nutrients.
Cost: $16 per person payable upon registration (includes movie ticket).
Please RSVP by Wednesday 1st July.
6.00pm – Registration, drinks and nibble
7.00pm – Movie Start
9.30pm – Finish
Proper care and nutrition for today’s calves can set tomorrow’s cows up for a lifetime of high performance.
Feel prepared and ready for the calf rearing season as Natalie Hughes (SealesWinslow) and Natalie Chrystal (AgriVantage) take you through best practice to maximise calves’ potential right from Day 1.
With expo stands from industry organisations around the room, there will be plenty of experts in animal care and nutrition to call on for advice, all under one roof. You’ll also receive tools and tips to support you and your teams’ nutrition.
If you have farm-specific challenges, you will have the chance to book Natalie Hughes or Natalie Chrystal for a 10-minute problem solving slot after the expo. To be booked on the day
Attendees will receive:
Is this event for me?
This expo is for anyone with an invested interest in raising happy and healthy calves, and in supporting their wellbeing and the wellbeing of their team during the calving season.
What topics will be covered?
This expo is brought to you by SealesWinslow and AgriVantage.
We are proud supporters of Dairy Tomorrow. This expo helps to:
Important Covid-19 information:
Please note that all Dairy Women’s Network events will follow the Government Covid-19 requirements at the time of the event. This enables DWN to continue events under all settings within the COVID Protection Framework. Good health and hygiene standards must be maintained throughout the event and the use of a face mask is encouraged for all attendees. Please do not attend this event if you are unwell or suspect you may have been exposed to COVID-19.
After a successful cricket career and becoming one of the games’ legends, Chris Cairns suffered an Aortic Dissection in August, 2021. Whilst in ICU recovering from surgery, Chris was diagnosed with a spinal stroke which has left him with paralysis from the waist down and confined to a wheelchair. Then, whilst in rehab in Canberra, Australia a bowel cancer diagnosis and subsequent major surgery to remove the Cancer has put Chris and his family on a new life journey that they battle each and every day.
Join us at 12.30pm on Tuesday 2 August, to hear from New Zealand cricket legend Chris Cairns as he shares his journey to being 52 and not out.
Hosted by Dominic George from Mediaworks.
Brought to you by Mediaworks and Worksafe New Zealand.
Join us for an evening of inspiration and celebration with Wendy Petrie, as she shares her stories around keeping focused through challenging times in her down-to-earth approach to life.
For 14 years Wendy anchored TVNZ’s flagship 1 News programme, becoming the face of New Zealand television. After losing her job in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic she has adapted to host, chair and speak at summits and conferences that focus on building resilience. But she hasn’t gone far from television, filling in on a variety of shows from Breakfast to Seven Sharp and Tonight, enjoying the freedom to show more of her personality.
Grab your friends, family, or farm team for an evening off-farm as we celebrate the end of the year and recognize inspiration and excellence at grass roots with the announcement of the 2022 DWN Regional Leader of the Year award, supported by FMG.
Then dance the night away with entertainment from a local DJ.
This evening is brought to you by Work Safe.
Time: 6.00pm Arrival | 6.30pm Start
This conference is about you. Learning from the wisdom of other women and making bold decisions. Equipping yourselves with the resources to create a brighter future. Telling your stories with pride. Celebrating the work of other women, and making new connections.
It’s your farm, your business, your community and your sector. And we are with you every step of the way. Together, let’s continue to move towards a brighter, braver and bolder future.
We are #BrighterBraverBolder.
Have you ever attended a conference just for you? An event that recognises your need for professional development, personal wellbeing, connection, celebration, learning and networking opportunities, while coffee and bubbles flow?
You belong within a sector full of strength, courage and individuality. Join us in May 2023 for the DWN Brighter. Braver. Bolder conference, as we celebrate our journey so far and look forward to the future.
Through interactive workshops, keynote speakers, breakfasts, dinners and so much more, we are making sure that you are equipped with the tools to face challenges, make bold decisions with confidence, support your farm businesses and – most of all – be proud to be farming during an undeniably challenging time.
Join us to celebrate the announcements of the 2023 Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year and Dairy Women's Network Regional Leader of the Year.