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  • Title: Future Beef New Zealand
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. Hoof Hook.. Interactive Learning.. Links.. 2014 Information.. Contact Us.. Join Us on Facebook.. Welcome to FUTURE BEEF NZ.. Future Beef New Zealand (FBNZ) is an exciting new initiative first launched in 2006.. It has been created to reshape and re-ignite youths involvement in the New Zealand beef industry.. FBNZ was developed jointly by PBBNZ Ltd, and Beef + Lamb New Zealand as a response to the need to encourage and promote youth involvement and interest in the Beef industry.. FBNZ is youth programme and aimed at 8 24 year olds from all walks of life.. FBNZ s goal is to inspire and support the emerging farmers and leaders for the next generation by educating young people about the beef industry, and developing existing skills and passing on knowledge.. This will mean that the industry remains progressive and more importantly sustainable in the future.. What  ...   handling skills, are exposed to industry technology and learn about meat quality and processing.. Furthermore they develop their own network of passionate people, are developed through mentoring and gain a clear overview of the various career options the industry can offer them.. The Organisation.. FBNZ’s executive is;.. Chairperson:.. Sue Crawshaw.. Treasurer:.. Alan Cook.. FBNZ Co-ordinator:.. Sharyn Anderson.. Committee Members:.. Marc Robertson, Sue Crawshaw, Robyn How, Alan Cook, Susan Wylie, Lauren McWilliam and Nic Herries.. Advisory Members:.. Rebecca Paterson.. The executive members are responsible for developing activities and building on past successes toensure that FBNZ continues to grow and achieve its key goals.. 2014 Future Beef NZ Photo Galleries.. Photos from this year's Future Beef event at AgInnovation.. Photo Gallery 1.. |.. Photo Gallery 2.. Website by PBBNZ, 75 South Street, Feilding 4702.. FBNZ Coordinator: Sharyn Anderson P: 06 323 4484 F: 06 323 3878 E:.. futurebeef@pbbnz.. com..

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  • Title: Future Beef New Zealand :: Hoof and Hook
    Descriptive info: Hoof & Hook 2014.. 2014 Beef Ambassadors.. 2014 Show Results.. 2014 Hook Results.. 2014 Photos (1).. 2014 Photos (2).. Archived Results & Photos.. 2013.. 2013 Beef Ambassadors.. 2013 Hook Results.. 2013 Show Results.. 2013 Photos (1).. 2013 Photos (2).. 2012.. 2012 Beef Ambassadors.. 2012 Hoof & Hook Results.. Hook Results (PDF).. 2012 Photos (1).. 2012 Photos (2).. 2012 Photos (3).. 2011.. 2011 Event.. 2011 Beef Ambassadors.. 2011 Results.. 2011 Photos..

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  • Title: Future Beef New Zealand :: Interactive Learning
    Descriptive info: Interactive Learning.. Animal Structure.. Click diagram for larger view.. Skeletal Structure.. Beef Cuts.. External Parts.. Beef Showmanship - Online.. Beef Showmanship - download/print version..

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  • Title: Future Beef New Zealand :: About Us
    Descriptive info: Helpful Links.. AUS Meat Ltd.. Beef + Lamb NZ.. Sustainable Farming Fund.. Breed Links.. PBBNZ.. Beef Expo.. Angus Youth.. Angus.. Charolais.. Herefords.. Limousin.. Murray Grey.. Shorthorn.. Simmental.. South Devon.. Other Links.. Agri HQ.. Allflex..

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  • Title: Future Beef New Zealand :: About Us
    Descriptive info: Physical Address:.. Future Beef NZ.. 75 South Street.. Feilding 4702.. Postal Address:.. PO Box 503.. Feilding 4740.. Phone No's:.. p: 06 323 4484.. f: 06 323 3878.. Email:.. com..

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  • Title: Future Beef NZ - 2014
    Descriptive info: Future Beef NZ - 2014.. 10-11 May 2014.. Photos courtesy of Maria Robbie.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. 8.. 9.. 10.. 11.. 12.. 13.. 14.. 15.. Previous.. Next..

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  • Title: Future Beef New Zealand :: Hoof and Hook
    Descriptive info: Beef Ambassadors Awards 2014.. The Future Beef Allflex Senior and Intermediate Beef Ambassador awards are prestigious awards that the participants strive to win.. The participants are awarded points for modules, steer handling, a speech and interviews which are added together to ascertain who the winner for each section is.. The intermediate age group is 13-17 and the senior age group is 18-25.. Future Beef Allflex Senior Beef Ambassador.. - Nancy Crawshaw -.. The competition for the 2014 FBNZ Allflex Senior Beef Ambassador was fierce however Nancy Crawshaw held her nerve to win it in her first year of eligibility.. We asked Nancy what the win meant to her she advised It was a huge honour and privilege to be awarded the 2014 Senior Beef Ambassador award.. I was up against many talented beef enthusiasts who all, on their day, had the ability to win this award.. The journey from being a junior competitor just starting out to winning the Senior Ambassador has been an amazing experience.. As a junior competitor you would look up to the seniors in admiration and aim to be able to compete at their level one day.. Nancy grew up on her family farm in Nuhaka.. She became interested in the stud side of things at an early age and as she has grown up she has continued to become more involved and passionate about the stud and farming operations.. Nancy attended Napier Girls High school and she is currently in her first year of studying a Bachelor of Agriculture at Lincoln University.. Nancy has been involved in Future Beef since the inaugural year in 2006.. She has competed every year since which has enabled her to gain invaluable knowledge and skills which she has benefited from significantly.. The event is very important to her as she sees it is a stepping stone for the youth  ...   running a stud of her own however she wants to experience more aspects of the industry beforehand such as meat marketing and genetics - the ins and outs of what happens between livestock leaving the farm and ending up in shelves across the world.. We wish Nancy well in the future and have no doubt she will succeed in everything she chooses to persue.. Future Beef Allflex Intermediate Beef Ambassador.. - Torey Harnett -.. Torey was a clear and much deserved winner of the Future Beef Allflex Intermediate Beef Ambassador this year.. He scored well in all aspects of the competition.. Torey grew up on a small farm in the hills of Tauranga where they have a small Angus Stud.. His interest in showing cattle started back in the calf club days and since then he has got a lot more involved in the industry.. Torey started attending the Hoof and Hook event when he was nine years old and was strongly backed by the Angus Youth program.. Since then he has entered every year expect two he has entered heifers in the Queens of Heart s these years.. He sees the event as a great way to learn about and get involved in the Beef Industry which can open many pathways for a career in the Agricultural Industry.. Tauranga Boys College is where Torey is completing his secondary education and in the future he aims to be a cadet at Smedley Station which he thinks will teach him a lot of good skills on a larger scale of farming.. He looks forward to what he can achieve in the industry after his time at Smedley Station.. Winning the Future Beef Allflex Intermediate Beef Ambassador award meant a lot to Torey It s a great achievement that I can attach to my CV and increases my chances of getting into Smedley..

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  • Title: Future Beef New Zealand :: Hoof and Hook
    Descriptive info: Beef Ambassadors Awards 2013.. The Future Beef NZ Hoof and Hook Event has two prestigious awards that are keenly contested for by the participants.. These are the Intermediate and Senior Beef Ambassador Awards.. The committee select participants who have shown outstanding skills and offer them the opportunity to compete for the awards.. Their points for modules, handling, a speech and interviews were added together to ascertain who the winner for each section was.. Lauren McWilliam Allflex Senior Beef Ambassador.. Lauren is very passionate about the Beef Industry and in particular encouraging Youth into the field of Agriculture.. She was indeed a deserved winner of the Allflex Senior Beef Ambassador after a very tight tussle with a group of extremely talented senior participants.. Lauren grew up on a beef stud farm and was always interested in farming when she was young.. She got side-tracked for a few years putting her energy into the horse show ring and thanks her Mum for her support in this area however the Beef Industry grabbed her attention again and she has provided support to her father, looking after the farm when he went away, keeping the website up-to-date, attending open days and helping out during her University holidays.. Lauren graduated from Massey University in May 2012 with a Bachelor of Business in Marketing.. She is hoping to gain a Graduate Diploma in Rural studies over the next few years.. She is currently working for Taratahi Agricultural training Centre as a Marketing Coordinator a role which includes marketing the Generate Rural Leadership programme and their Hawkes Bay and Wairarapa programmes I encourage youth into the field of agriculture and encourage students to look at Taratahi as a training option.. Lauren watched her brother compete in the Hoof and Hook competition and was keen to have a go and has competed in the Future Beef Hoof and Hook event for four years.. She looks forward to the competition every year it has helped her grow her passion in the Beef Industry and every year she takes away something different from the competition.. The event has helped her gain a lot more confidence, developing her stockman skills, meeting new faces and making life-long friends.. Her favourite part of the competition is the first few weeks of breaking in her steer which can prove to be very challenging however is rewarding in the end.. In the future Lauren and her partner Richard hope to own a stud they are working towards a plan so that they can look at integrating her father s Gelbvieh and possibly Angus into their farming policies.. For Lauren, winning the Allflex Senior Beef Ambassador was a big tick.. I set a goal and I achieved it! It also got a reaction from Dad!! Dad doesn t give away much but I finally got a reaction out of him.. It has opened many doors and has really pushed her to want to succeed in the Beef Industry.. It has motivated Lauren to try and get other students involved in the competition and she looks forward to working with the Taratahi students again next year.. Lauren would like to sincerely thank the sponsors and organisers of the event and she thinks there are so many things to gain from the Hoof and Hook Competition and that it is an opportunity not to be missed.. Hannah Gibb Allflex  ...   and showing her team of Awhea Polled Herefords and would also like to see the youth of the Beef Industry encouraged to take part in events especially the practical hands on experience and she would like to be involved in making this happen.. Hannah s Beef Ambassador Trip Report.. Winning the Intermediate Ambassador title in 2013 allowed me the opportunity to travel to the Canterbury show and work for Rebecca Patterson, exhibiting the Waikaka Stud s Hereford cattle, as well as representing Future Beef in an ambassadorial role.. I am extremely grateful to FBNZ and sponsors such as Alflex, for funding the trip, and giving me the chance to observe and learn the running s of a major show, as well as meet some influential faces in the beef industry.. Tuesday afternoon following an English exam I flew down to Christchurch to be greeted and taken straight to the showground s by Mark Murphy.. After checking in with Rebecca, and being introduced to her team of two yearling bulls I was to be working with and showing during the duration of the show, we were sent out on a dinner mission to find pizza in Christchurch s rush hour traffic.. A relaxed evening in good company only reassured me that the next few days would be hectic, as most shows are, but good fun.. An early start Wednesday began in the wash bays, the icy water and cool Canterbury air making a change from home s hot dry weather.. Breed classes kicked off mid-morning, and Team Waikaka exhibited with great success.. After checking and bedding down cattle for the night, the Hereford Breeders barbeque provided good company and delicious Hereford prime steaks for an enjoyable evening.. Thursday morning, again, started bright and early in the wash bays, this time preparing for a day of All Breed classes which again, was hugely rewarding for the Patterson family.. It was such a privilege to share such success.. Thursday afternoon saw the biggest spectacle of the show, the grand parade which was so incredible to be a part of.. Friday morning began with the handler s classes where I was placed fourth in the intermediate class by an American judge who shared some very interesting and different opinions on stock handling.. A second cattle parade concluded the day, and all too soon I found myself back at the airport heading for home.. I have visited the infamous Canterbury Show before, and was blown away by the size and extent of not only cattle sections, but other agricultural sections.. However this year, it was such a privilege to be given the chance to work as part of the wonderful team of people supporting the extraordinary show, exhibiting their cattle.. I thoroughly enjoyed my time in Canterbury, and must thank all the lovely people who kept an eye on me or made me feel included in their camp.. Everyone was so welcoming and I am sure this made the experience all the more enjoyable.. I must also thank Rebecca and her family hugely, for taking me under their wing, and allowing me the chance to learn and observe, as well as work alongside and take part in exhibiting cattle at such a leading show.. Overall I found this experience to be highly invaluable and would encourage a similar experience to be considered for future Intermediate Ambassador winners..

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  • Title: Future Beef NZ - 2013 Gallery 1
    Descriptive info: Future Beef NZ - 2013 Gallery 1.. 11th - 12th May.. Photos kindly taken by Alex Meads.. Alex is happy for you to use these photos as you wish however if they are to be used for publications please acknowledge him as the photographer.. Alex Meads..

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  • Title: Future Beef NZ - 2013 Gallery
    Descriptive info: Future Beef NZ - 2013 Gallery.. These are unedited photos.. The photographer, Alex Meads, does not want these to be used in publications please..

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