P2P Regional Workshops bring Advance Parties (APs) together with other deer farmers for a public meeting to work on specific farming topics to help improve farm profit and performance.
A P2P Regional Workshop is an opportunity for Advance Parties (APs) to showcase what they have been working on and for attendees to work together with other deer farmers on specific production focussed topics.
These workshops are an integral part of the P2P programme and are intended to be public events open to farmers, other rural professionals and farming media.
A P2P Regional Workshop should encourage engagement between AP members and the invited attendees, with the farmers sharing their practical experiences to help improve attendees’ deer farming operations.
A guide for organising a P2P Regional Workshops can be viewed here >>
Workshops will be listed when confirmed on ap.org.nz/regional-workshops or check under the "Events" tab above.