> 9.00am Monday 1 March, 2021
FAR events in March
With Auckland in Level 3 and the rest of New Zealand in Level 2, FAR is carefully considering how to proceed with any events in the coming weeks. At this stage all North Island events have either been postponed (pending further lockdown decisions) or moved on-line. South Island events will go ahead, but we ask that anyone who has travelled to Auckland in recent days, or who feels unwell, does not attend.
Please feel free to call FAR if you have any further questions. Keep scanning and keep well!
>11.00am Wednesday 19 August
QR codes compulsory for all farms - get one here
From 11.59 tonight, Wednesday 19 August, all businesses must display a NZ COVID Tracer QR code in a prominent place or near the main entrance for each business location. Farms are businesses, so please ensure that people coming onto your property (including contractors, reps etc) scan the QR code using the Ministry of Health's NZ COVID tracer App.You can get a QR code poster using the link below – It takes about 2 minutes to fill out the form, then they’ll email you the poster.
- a valid New Zealand driver licence
- address details for each of your locations
- email address
- contact phone number
- business description code – click here to find the one that best suits your farm
Put the poster inside a glass window, or, if it will be outside, protect it by laminating I or putting it inside a plastic sleeve.
Click here to create your code
9.00am Wednesday 12 August
FAR activities under newly announced COVID-19 levels
All FAR events planned between today and Friday 14 August will be held via video-link rather than face to face. If you were registered to attend an event this week, you will be contacted with details of how to login to the meeting via video.
All decisions around meetings planned for coming weeks will be made once further information around the Covid situation becomes available. This includes Arable Ys, Wednesday 19 August, which may be shifted to a video format. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀