Journalist and broadcaster Gordon McLaughlan continues his best selling series with a look in to one of New Zealand’s main industries: farming.
A relatively young country, New Zealand has a long history of farming from the early migrant farming to refrigeration opening up global opportunities including wool, dairy production and horticulture. McLauchlan presents an informative read which is accessible to the non-farmers of the country too. And we have a copy to give away.
COMPETITION HAS CLOSED. Head back to our competition page here for more.
The prize is 1 x copy of A Short History of Farming in New Zealand by Gordon McLauchlan RRP29.99
The promoter is Grandparents NZ Ltd.
This competition commences Thursday 9th January 2020 at 1615 and closes Wednesday 15th January 2020 at 2300 NZST.
Competition is open to NZ residents 18 years and over only. Employees of Grandparents NZ Ltd. and their affiliates, agencies and immediate family members are ineligible.
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1 entry per person.
The winner will be contacted by email within a week of the competition closing.
The promoter takes no responsibility for lost, incomplete or misdirected entries and reserves the right to modify or cancel the competition at any time.