Conor English: Goodbye, for now

This is my last column in National Farming Review as chief executive of Federated Farmers of New Zealand. I have spent almost 10 years of my life, in two stints, at Federated Farmers. Firstly in the 1990s as a policy analyst and then over the last six years as chief executive.

It has been an honour and a privilege to lead Federated Farmers in my capacity as chief executive. As an organisation we to seek to influence decision-makers at international, national, regional and sector levels so we can have more profitable and sustainable farming.

This is not only important for farmers, but for rural communities and the rest of New Zealand.

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