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The Ag Dinner is an annual tradition for Massey agriculture students, with awards presented to top-achievers for the year.
The evening gives the agriculture industry a chance to meet the finest young agriculture graduates today. It also means that Massey agriculture students can meet their potential future employers. Massey staff, students and interested industry are warmly invited to attend.
Perrin Ag Consultants, Rotorua
Lee graduated from Massey University in 2000 with a Bachelor of Applied Science, First Class Honors, and after spending 6 years as a senior FX and derivatives trader for the investment banking arm of New Zealand’s largest trading bank, he joined Perrin Ag Consultants, where he is now a shareholder and Managing Director
Student ticket - $40
Staff ticket - $60
General ticket - $60
For service to the Young Farmers Club.
For the students producing the best report for119.150 Practicum I and 119.250 Practicum II.
To the most proficient student within the Equine major of the Bachelor of AgriScience degree.
For the student who has achieved the best overall performance in their production horticultural programme at Massey University.
For overall excellence in agricultural or horticultural science.
For outstanding performance in Farm Management.
For the student judged to have made the largest contribution to the well-being and reputation of their fellow agricultural students.
Without our sponsors, this event would not be possible. We are always delighted that industry representatives take the opportunity to engage and interact with our staff and students. Their support is invaluable, and many sponsors return each year, demonstrating the success of the event.
The Massey Agriculture Awards Dinner is still open for sponsorship for 2016.
Luke Posthuma and Dr Juliet Ansell Zespri - 3rd Year Academic Prize
Professor Peter Kemp, Head of the School of Agriculture and Environment with Agriculture Student of the Year 2015 - Leander Archer
Fraser Dymond, Winner of the 2015 William Gerrish Award with Professor Nicola Shadbolt
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Last updated on Wednesday 21 September 2016