National Awards Dinner

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Early Bird Winners Announced

The winners of the Early Bird promotion have won some fantastic prizes:

Category

Early Bird Winner

Region

Wins..

Dairy Trainee of the Year

Vinnie Hutchinson

Waikato

Honda WB30 Water Pump

Dairy Manager of the Year

Jared Sione Lauaki Northland Honda WT20 Trash Pump

Share Farmer of the Year

James & Rebecca Dillon

Manawatu 

Honda XR150L Motorbike

Prizes provided by Honda


 Regional Winners Announced

Congratulations to our Bay of Plenty winners announced on Thursday night.

Aran and Sharleen Sealey - Share Farmer of the Year, Hayden Goodall - Dairy Manager of the Year and Dayna Rowe - Dairy Trainee of the Year.

2021 BOP winners L R BOP DTOTY Dayna Rowe BOP SFOTY Sharleen and Aran Sealey BOP DMOTY Hayden Goodall small
L to R: Dayna Rowe, Sharleen & Aran Sealey, Hayden Goodall


Check out all the Results and Field Day Information, plus photos in our Gallery.


Up for a Challenge in 2022?

The New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards attracts farmers from across the country, working in all levels of the dairy industry. Our three award categories give entrants the chance to challenge themselves, earn a regional or national title and to share in substantial regional and national prize pools.

The 2021 Awards are well under way, but if you'd like to register your interest Here we'll contact you when the 2022 entries open.


Recognition towards the Diploma in Agribusiness Management

Did you know - as part of entering the Share Farmer of the Year category you could fast-track your way to a New Zealand Diploma in Agribusiness Management?

Share Farmer of the Year entrants have the opportunity to have the body of work they prepare for the awards also count towards modules in the New Zealand Diploma in Agribusiness Management. This process is called Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Click Here to find out more.

 



Best Career Decision


Many previous winners say entering the Awards was one of the best career decisions they have made.

 "We grew professionally and personally just from entering. You hear that so often from previous entrants, and the truth is, you really do” - Carlos and Bernice Delos Santos 2017 Central Plateau Share Farmers of the Year winners and national runners-up.

“Winning was a bonus. Looking back now, the certificates and articles were a small aspect of the success. The bigger picture is the connections we made and the huge success that we have today.” - 2016 West Coast Top of the South Share Farmers of the Year Jesse Huffman and Renee Mason.

Choose a category below to learn more:

 

 Why enter the Dairy Industry Awards?

Learn.Connect.Grow

Through the awards programme, entrants learning and development is accelerated. It is a place to challenge yourself, raise the bar and climb that career ladder. 

Stand out 

Showcase your skills - stand out from the herd! Take your passion and drive, and turn it into something that sets you apart.   

Be rewarded

Improve your career prospects and upgrade your business skills. Be rewarded for your hard work with prize money, recognition and industry exposure. 


 Thank you NZ Dairy Exporter for use of photos

How to enter