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P R O U D LY HASTINGS P R O U D LY LEARNING

Karamu High Sch ool is an the high est qua excelle lity co-e nt school. students ducatio We offe . Teachin nal exp r g and with our erience Our teac learning for our academ hers are is our core succes ic resu depth committ s across lts refle busines of kno ed prof s the boa cting ach wledge essiona men and rd. In a dyn and tale ievemen ls with women amic and nt to t a environ in a well educate rapidly well pos ment with -resourc changin young itioned g environ ed co-e staff aim to be at first-cla believe ducatio ment we ss faci the fore to challen that Kar nal lities. front of are they hav ge amu High positive educati e the opp and nurture eac The teaching School and prod on. We best in develop h student ortu uctive are equ nity all field s confide young to achieve so that ipped with s of end men and nt, their pers tertiary eavour. the skill As a women educati s ona sch requ who ool we l on and ired to we are employm have a Our clas succee going d in ent. clear visio sroom and wha would program these run n of whe t we wan love you mes are alongsid re t to ach to join rich and and perf e a larg ieve. We us in engagin e range ormanc sharing g, of cultural e opp student this visio ortunitie Michae , sporting access n. s that l Leitch to an participa BEd, Dip. allow environ te and every Tchg. ment whe excel. students re We they can to set high challen Principa ge and support l expecta them to channe tions for achieve l at the high themselves and est leve l.

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Mr M P Leitch, B.Ed., Dip. Tchg, Principal Karamu High School Windsor Avenue, Hastings 4122, New Zealand Postal address PO Box 346, Hastings 4156 Phone +64 6 878 7139 • admin@karamu.school.nz • www.karamu.school.nz

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Karamu High School will support co-educational learning opportunities that will inspire students to achieve a wide range of success and develop high standards and self-esteem to enable them to become successful members of society.

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Kahikatea Farm Living Microgreens Range Other varieties can be grown to order - please ask. Some varieties only seasonally available. Living Microgreens Bistro Range

Living Microgreens Speciality Range

brassica mix

amaranth

brassica mix red

borage leaf

brassica mix green

chervil

cabbage red

chia

kale curly

fenugreek*

kale red

lamb’s quarters*

mizuna green

leek

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lentils*

mustard streaks

purslane*

pea feathers

shiso

radish green

shungiku

radish red

sorrel

rocket*

spring onion

Living Microgreens Chef’s Choice Range

Wheatgrass

Microgreens are perfect for enhancing salads, soups, main dishes or as a garnish.

Living microgreens Cut microgreens sold in plastic packaging quickly lose their flavour and robustness. However, our microgreens are sold fresh in the growing punnet so you can ‘snip and serve’ them 100% fresh. We can even grow them in your own trays with your logo on if you want to make a display feature of them.

wheatgrass* * Fully certified organic

beetroot detroit* celery* fennel wild pak choi parsley curly parsley italian* watercress

Cuisine magazine has this to say about microgreens:

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Microgreens are tiny plants with just their first set of leaves. They are bigger than sprouts but smaller than baby salad leaves. Despite their small size they are full of flavour, and a mix of microgreens will give you a fantastic burst of tastes, colours, textures and shapes. Many sources also claim the nutritional benefit is much higher than eating the equivalent vegetable itself.

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What are microgreens?

Jo and Aaron Duff Ph: 021 0222 3582 jo@kahikateafarm.co.nz www.kahikateafarm.co.nz

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Chefs adore them. Relatively new to New Zealand in a commercial sense, their vibrant colours, spicy, nutty and earthy flavours and range of varieties endear them to cooks. And always springy and upright, they sit well on a plate…..Their bursts of flavour make them perfect to add to a dish as you would very fresh soft herb leaves.

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ving microgreens are grown specifically to in our certified organic nursery (OFNZ in Hawke’s Bay, using untreated and, where ble, organic seed. Many varieties are fully ed organic. Every variety is hand sown into fied organic medium and carefully tended. ants are hand watered with pure Hawke’s ater, even the water pump is powered wke’s Bay sunshine. No machine sowing. droponics. No nasty chemicals. Just real, ous plants grown by real, caring people.

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Care of your microgreens Ideally the punnets should be kept at about 10-15 degrees. A shady spot outside is ideal, otherwise a cool room, preferably with some sunlight. The soil medium needs to be kept moist. Alternatively store in the fridge for up to 10 days. Many varieties will give you a second cut, particularly if you are only using them for garnish. Please do contact us if you have any further queries or would like to place an order. We look forward to supplying microgreens to you. Jo and Aaron Duff Kahikatea Farm Ph: 021 0222 3582 jo@kahikateafarm.co.nz www.kahikateafarm.co.nz

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Manager of exceptional market hrens is a we 1 October l. nyt is to Grant Edwards Bloch & Be conditions and lock Gran ol to ma rtook as at who also has a long delighted with the in contracts at these s and superior wo role he unde o of ion lega er wh care cat cy pli rs er elev alifi in the stock and stati sup ated levels to prot left by Cedric Bayl wool qu n custome nt ea d on ect their elle indu rop an inter stry Eu y; exc ck a g ests over coming seas united and His and a strong passion . They the sto discernin ons. Fine for wool. ner’ wools driven wool team ckground in wool could be at its utilise ‘gree pulling together to in good to e very solid ba peak him sh sur righ Gran wi ing en t now and t grew up in Oamaru we’ve all seen how yond to promote ry is stand be ust d and and an ind for atte e cham n of ct woo nded pion wool at ever l markets can turn statio Lincoln where he gain go abov to some ous respe y on a knife edge. ed a Bachelor of gain access opptho ortusenity. He said, t has enorm to Agricultural Science “I am delighted these clients stead. Gran rld – committed (BAgSci) majoring Sales of finer crossbre ols in the wo to be ustry and is al give y. d and mid-micron in wool science. He the best wo the wool ind des of anim n the opportunity to opportunit co t ry type en joine s eve rema d ing Reid at in reasonably stea Farmers lead PGW’s high wool as a stock agent initia dy, however, that meet str ly motivated woo ely tested promoting the market for stron lly but within four l ced two nt, extensiv team ger wool types is d touse all years had transferr manageme diately embra , scoureand extremely difficult. my business skill ed into their wool expansion He has imme and strength to end s Demand out of Chin rks division. He was quic opments – for length mewo orse vel a fra for de woo ys pred w l omin as wa ne kly a premium promoted to antly second shea and water exciting r and general managem ver”is try district meet clean prod crossbred wools has whate uct. ent positions with King Coun decl lly grown – mote within the Reid Farmers and or organica prospects remain wea ined sharply and bsite to pro Cedric’s career in woo we subs w eque ne a ntly k for carpet yarn Pyne l dates back to Gould Guinness. Follo launching generally. required. wn by New 197 genr, he became 4 na whe wing a brief stint Ma of wool gro a ‘skippy’ in in rural banking, he hrens Export r the integrity the stories on Back in August, ente for ouat re-joined PGW as Bloch & Be ect room Williams & Kettle. espbin rprising exporters mers. See the part of their executive sen says, “R edition t s ter Zealand far trave He en thi Pe quic lled in itm lle kly over re Pa rose team seas to engage direc up through the rank which gave r comm ts elsewhe him valuable insig ilt on oubeco tly with s customers and brou these subjec ming hts into the wider r proaven services is bu cts an classer and in 198 ght back orders from d ou 8 was operations of PGW du invit ws. Europe, the United farming to open . of Wool Ne k to quality pro Kingdom and Japa a new wool division nable taied of sus nity to than g offse rtu din tting po Ove in an s. Feild r op the rst ue the ing which yielded is limited support from n – past 18 months, in unde eir 29,000 bales onmental iss We take th his role China. It all helps but grow d envirper ents for th as Regional General annumrtunder his man ol, ers need to remain practices an al wool cli Manager, Grant head of wo rs for sho agement. prudent. Large volu all our loy t corne d wish cu an has So, ightson’s newGrant Edwards. rs n’t ar wor whe Wr ked do ye n me mes of strong woo W&K PGG e with We the wool team. He er th l Manager Doug nd custo ’s Woo y l h-e are pp hig bein ha d g support ov ry .” stoc an resp White retirthi kpiled across New ard6, ects the wool indu s a ve in 199 term gain Zealand stry, and the Cedric was asked ur familie rity in eds reg and we are only six Year. our inttoegtake product, and is mot you and yo weeks away from the post rous New appreciate ivated to keep the main shear. ferred and never looked back. mer and prospe pre as the tm He is rema its ris ns of wool firmly in the ined at Ch hre spotlight Bloch & Be marketsthe helm until the firm We advise growers s in in of traders, exporters mer torged 200 to maintain standard opera and s, then undertook , manufacturers, supplier to d thr5ow s in the woolshed to a lead retailers and consume nkets ingan for the new bla avoid further price rs. Grant describes ent ly formed h as luxury com g fabrole ndards ahead m s, disco sta suc ric m unting. When stoc ion o rat C his recent appointment et k leve al, prepa attract furnishinpany, Elde rk rsvet Prim to n, usu a ary tio ed As as M Woo ‘a ula l ain and l, bit du with ins prices are down, expo ls are high like t, ll feless. asing Woo be maint grea coming home’ in term basucc ple to t a nis ed d rters tice ne ten In we no e indu 201 ry, 0, George Gould lge s of his affinity of sal in selective purchasi tinue to upholste s, machine indicators sho rugric’s soug with wool and his fore ng. Farmers who are edCed ottht ums. We con red wools kn While wool serv long experience of last sale be careless with their price premi pa inners, hand woven ices to head the t sales, the wool preparation the industry. ws’ in poorly pre y lift at recen ts, machine put of ‘Wool Ne themselves at unn the increase tufted carpe the prices the to ck covers, ski this edition eces on g sto the g sary hin live addi oss ctin s, tion blis pa acr n al pu rug tion financial risk. entio are which is im carpets and ward correc ets. These pay close att icron saw a down baby blank s and The mid-m Please also . d ion e. an ols ipt eiv of ts In wo scr Sept rec ful ke ember, China retu jac t de mind ssbred with rned to the ing, oddmen bulk of cro ers who are w strength market and strong your brand manufactur deliveries of tinued to sho of this wool wool prices lifted market con ts. nt on-going a few nce cents. However, stoc tion. ced bale weigh how importa plete cleara kpiles of grower woo their reputa n. A small our experien to ctio to almost com are k au r ol tal rema l be to in at significant leve quality wo 30 Novem ls. Due to this, ures for advice We urge you wool type at the and a lack of forw regularly sec n wool team son Merino n ns tso sea tso tio igh er ard op igh y r Wr lat are sales Wr G into China, PG PGG ol which ration, you offering of pth with ver stron wo pa de g pre woo for w s l price sho clip , act s seem ued to about wool robust contr financing, your wool clip over the coming woo set to remain low also contin s wanting to all or part of y viable with l harvest season and in the g from buyer to contract commerciall perhaps longer. advantage all conducted keen biddin sell to best d shipping ers. and how to scouring an complete ord In for rece nt years, overseas rket. 2 to 5% ma of t ins ren ga lar cur have increasingly dem wool customers ving popu Those earlier mid-November were anded greater ir tracts are pro es transparency and pre-sell the Forward con crossbred typ with finer micron certification of the wers look to gro ed s. as supply w ers line. eam no rev They want to know right largely income str s the most ir how our sheep ece the fle se et bili gg are farmed, how the s been clips and sta nager. crossbred ho wool is handled, Grant Edwards (L) iled wool ha General Ma ol spec ckp od ifica go Wo Sto , and . tion is Cedri it ed s rds of d c scoured shipments, affect tem an try Bayly discussing logistics at the PGW Napier Grant Edwa details of component lots co un ough the sys fting. wool store. ow th e the and what detergen country moving thr g grng se wools shi ts He lp inHe are used to wash lpi grow gree of the the wool. 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Rural Wool links to PGW for wider market access After nearly 22 years in business, we’ve made a big decision!

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From 3 November we are linking up with PGW Wool to gain access to wider sales opportunities and a stronger support network. Private buying will remain a key focus but sales by auction and contract will now be available. We will continue to operate out of our SH3 woolstore and offer the same personalised services – just as we’ve in the mix.

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• Private Buying

• Shed clean-ups

• Wool Contracts

• Selling wool packs

• Sale by Auction We’d like to take this opportunity to say how very grateful we are to our local farming community for their tremendous support over many years.

Annual Review and

Annual Report

The link to PGW Wool is intended to strengthen our wool services and open doors to new sales opportunities for improved returns and a stronger future. Stick with us for the next chapter in our wool story. We are keen to talk to you about how best to market your upcoming wool clip. All the best for the season ahead.

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BRENT MCKAY – Central North Island M: 027 487 4712 – H: 07 376 9419 ANDY PRICE – Feilding M: 027 595 9557 – H: 06 323 7969

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Segard Masurel deals exclusively in the wool trade and the group is established in France, Belgium, New Zealand, Australia and South Africa. It has a solid reputation in exporting New Zealand wool dating back 100+ years to when it first established a branch in Wellington in 1907. The company’s procurement entity, Masurel Direct, operates out of bases in Napier, Taupo, Feilding, Riwaka and Invercargill. The export office remains centred in Wellington.

OUR WOOL SERVICES INCLUDE:

Masurel Direct is one of the largest wool exporters in New Zealand. We process around 200,000 bales annually and export to over 30 countries spread over five continents. We are the biggest wool exporter out of the North Island.

• Wool Brokering & Auction

Having been involved in international wool trading since 1846, Segard Masurel’s business is underpinned by trusted, long-term customer relationships and pricing structures that are sustainable. To meet customer demand, we are and remain a major wool buyer within New Zealand which entails sound business associations with other large-scale wool merchants and brokers such as PGG Wrightson Wool and CP Wool.

• Private Buying with Net Prices

Moving to connect more closely with New Zealand wool growers…

• Forward Contracts (fixed or indexed prices)

Over the past 10 years, we’ve invested upstream in the wool industry to get closer to New Zealand wool growers and add more value. Recently, we were joined by three new wool representatives from H Dawson Wool Farm Direct and have expanded our operations accordingly. Masurel Direct offers wool growers new choices. Our integrated supply strategy translates to only ONE company working between the grower and the end user. This results in lower cost structures across our entire range of services which we pass along – to benefit YOU (the wool grower) directly. We urge you

FRANCE HAWKE’S BAY Scott McLeod 027 636 2401 scott.mcleod@masureldirect.co.nz Paul Gale 027 552 2019 paul.gale@masureldirect.co.nz

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CENTRAL NORTH ISLAND Brent McKay 027 487 4712 brent.mckay@masureldirect.co.nz SOUTHLAND Nick Redding 027 289 1866 nick.redding@masureldirect.co.nz Grant Harris 027 689 1866 grant.harris@masureldirect.co.nz GORE Brian Shaw 027 435 2096 brian.shaw@masureldirect.co.nz NELSON/MARLBOROUGH Brett Bolton 027 207 4004 brett.bolton@masureldirect.co.nz WEST COAST/ NORTH CANTERBURY

Central Offices/Wool Stores Masurel Direct (North Island) 540 State Highway 2 PO Box 66, Clive, Hawke’s Bay 4148 Telephone +64 6 870 0601 Email wool@masureldirect.co.nz

INCORPORATING MASUREL DIRECT

Masurel Direct (Lower South Island) 815 North Road, Lorneville PO Box 5203, Waikiwi, Invercargill 9843 Telephone +64 3 215 8275 Email nick.redding@masureldirect.co.nz Masurel Direct (Upper South Island) Cnr Umukuri & Main Roads, Riwaka Motueka 7198 Telephone +64 3 528 7980

OUR WOOL SERVICES INCLUDE: • Wool Brokering & Auction • Private Buying with Net Prices • Forward Contracts (fixed or indexed prices) INCORPORATING MASUREL DIRECT

Dealing exclusively in wool for nearly two centuries…

Marketing your wool direct to the world…

Segard Masurel deals exclusively in the wool trade and the group is established in France, Belgium, New Zealand, Australia and South Africa. It has a solid reputation in exporting New Zealand wool dating back 100+ years to when it first established a branch in Wellington in 1907. The company’s procurement entity, Masurel Direct, operates out of bases in Napier, Taupo, Feilding, Riwaka and Invercargill. The export office remains centred in Wellington.

We provide a variety of services to our many customers in the textile industry worldwide and perceive steady growth occurring across various manufacturing sectors on our radar.

Masurel Direct is one of the largest wool exporters in New Zealand. We process around 200,000 bales annually and export to over 30 countries spread over five continents. We are the biggest wool exporter out of the North Island. Having been involved in international wool trading since 1846, Segard Masurel’s business is underpinned by trusted, long-term customer relationships and pricing structures that are sustainable. To meet customer demand, we are and remain a major wool buyer within New Zealand which entails sound business associations with other large-scale wool merchants and brokers such as PGG Wrightson Wool and CP Wool.

Moving to connect more closely with New Zealand wool growers… Over the past 10 years, we’ve invested upstream in the wool industry to get closer to New Zealand wool growers and add more value. Recently, we were joined by three new wool representatives from H Dawson Wool Farm Direct and have expanded our operations accordingly. Masurel Direct offers wool growers new choices. Our integrated supply strategy translates to only ONE company working between the grower and the end user. This results in lower cost structures across our entire range of services which we pass along – to benefit YOU (the wool grower) directly. We urge you to consider using us to process and market your wool.

Some of our most predominant and long-established customers include carpet manufacturers in New Zealand, China and Northern Europe. Cavalier Bremworth and Godfrey Hirst are just two of the brands, driven by excellence and innovation, that are keen partners of Segard Masurel. Over 60% of our wool is sold into branded manufacturing companies globally. We also supply a wide range of mid-micron and finer wools to several well-recognised brands operating within the fashion, knitting, bedding, blankets and interior textiles industries. These are customers we’ve been trading with for a very long time. Segard Masurel is entirely devoted to wool export and trade in greasy, scoured, slipe, carbonised, wool tops and noils. Our long history and strong international profile helps us to actively promote wool as a sustainable resource on the world stage. Join us on our journey to market your wool to the world.

Auction, Private Buying and Contracts We have wool representatives covering the length of the country from Central North Island to Invercargill. Talk to us about capitalising on the breadth of our customer base by supplying your wool directly to Masurel Direct.

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