Beef And Lamb NZ Referendum - Voting Open

Every six years, farmers vote on whether they want B+LNZ to continue to exist, funded by compulsory levies on sheepmeat and beef (including dairy-beef).
Voting takes place between 1 June and 9 July 2021. All livestock farmers registered on B+LNZ’s electoral roll will be sent a voting pack.
Click here to find out more information about the B+LNZ referendum roadshow that’s currently underway.

B+LNZ chairman Andrew Morrison says he strongly encourages farmers to take the opportunity to have their say about the future of their levy-funded organisation.  
“Industry-good organisations such as ours exist to represent your needs, make it easier for you to get on and farm and to take our world-beating red meat story across the globe. Working with other industry groups, we’re committed to ensuring farmers’ voices are heard. 
“Read the information in your voting pack about how levies are invested or head along to a roadshow event near you for more info or to ask questions. We’re happy to talk to you – it’s important you make an informed vote.” 
Click here to see what farmers around the country have to say.