Wednesday, 20 May 2020 09:16

NZ/Irish agri webinar this Thursday

Written by  Staff Reporters

Farmers are being offered a chance to get an update on what is happening in Ireland and New Zealand in the COVID-19 environment.

The webinar will be held on Thursday May 21 at 8pm NZ time.

The Irish Business Network of NZ in association with the Irish Embassy in NZ and Rural News Group has arranged a special webinar to canvass issues affecting both countries in these challenging times. 

Hear from Irish farming leader, Joe Healy, the Director General of MPI in NZ, Ray Smith and the General Manager of Rural News, Adam Fricker. Chaired by well-known agricultural journalist, Peter Burke. 

Topics will include the state of agriculture in both countries, the issue of trade and the role of the media.

To join the discussion click on the link below and register now! 

https://events.humanitix.com/ibnnz-presents-the-irish-nz-agri-connection 

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