Sue has a long history with Future Beef NZ and has stepped back onto the committee this year. Sue brings with her a wealth of knowledge on all things cattle, farming and showing.Keep on reading!
Cheyenne grew up in the beef industry and has competed in handlers competitions all around NZ and Australia and was heavily involved with her families Simmental and Highland Cattle studs growing up. Although she’s not been in the show ring for many years, shes excited to be part of Future Beef and help encourage the next generation.Keep on reading!
Our newest committee member Cara has joined us hot off her Senior Ambassador win in 2019. Now onto the next phase in her career Cara is looking forward to getting stuck in and helping make Future Beef NZ even better and encourage other who are interested in a career in the agricultural industry.Keep on reading!
Mark joined the Future Beef NZ committee last years after a number of years helping out as a volunteer. He’s made many valuable connections with people through Future Beef.
” For me, farming isn’t just a job, it’s a lifestyle that I would trade for the world. I would encourage anyone that wants to chase a career in agriculture to do it. It won’t always be easy, it will be hard work but it is so worth it. “
As a previous competitor, breeder and committee member Marie has experienced Future Beef NZ from all sides. Marie is passionate about helping everyone get the most out of Future Beef NZ and can often be found helping competitors and passing on her years of experience and wisdom.Keep on reading!
Hamish is a past competitor and has been a committee member since 2016. With a full time job in the agri-sector Hamish has been able to utilise the knowledge he’s gained from his time with Future Beef NZ in his everyday life.Keep on reading!
Grace has been involved in the agricultural industry for most of her life. She has been involved with AgriKids and NZ Young Farmers for several years, has a degree in AgriScience and at the end of 2018 joined the Future Beef NZ committee.Keep on reading!
Coadette grew up in the Hawkes’ Bay, before heading to Massey University in 2005. There she completed a BSc in Animal Science and Physiology before heading over to South Australia to work in the Meat Industry. she realised she enjoyed teaching, so changed careers and became an Agricultural Science teacher and also became involved in the showing of cattle. 2016 and it was time for me to come home to NZ.
“Being a teacher is amazing. I am able to inspire and guide the next generation coming through, and it allows me to share my passion for Agriculture. “Keep on reading!