’PIE DAY FRIDAY’

Community Events happening throughout North Canterbury in September

Published on Wednesday, August 19, 2020

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'PIE DAY FRIDAY'

Community Events happening throughout North Canterbury in September

Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Author: ClaireFord
‘PIE DAY FRIDAY’ Drought, Calving and Lambing Lunch Shout ‘Farmers Supporting Farmers’ Come and see us at your local café/bakery for lunch on us, this is a great reason to have a quick trip off farm with your staff and family. We will also have some free resources for you to take home. We look forward to seeing you all there! Locations, dates and...
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Green drought and a white winter: North Canterbury prepares

- Feed covers in North Canterbury are generally 50-60% of normal levels - Experienced farmers tell newcomers to prepare for snow on top of drought.

Friday, June 12, 2020

Author: Terri Anderson

Farmers in dry parts of North Canterbury are likely to get a phone call to check in on how they are doing as the region moves from drought to winter, says Claire Ford, coordinator for the North Canterbury Rural Support Trust, who are driving a phone tree campaign.

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