Whanganui sharemilker Belinda Price is the 2021 Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year. Dairy Women’s Network Trustee Sophie Stanley, who headed the judging panel, the three finalists were all impressive with a different approach to how they lead and create positive impact for our people, communities, industry and the agriculture sector as a whole. After entering the industry 12 years ago through a sharemilking contract, Belinda Price and her husband now own a dairy farm in Taranaki and sharemilk 650 cows where she is responsible for the day-to-day running, calf-rearing, human resources and administration for their two businesses. The other finalists were Ashburton dairy farmer Rebecca Miller and contract milker and LIC farm consultant Chevon Horsford from Whangarei.
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