I have had spent most of my working life-time in the stock and station industry starting in Christchurch at PGG in the wool division in 1987. The past 20 years have been spent working across the North Island in various roles including wool, finance and management roles. I now reside in Hawkes Bay with my wife Ginny and we have 3 school age boys. Interests include cricket, rugby, farming and travel.
I was born and bred in Darfield and have lived there all my life. I started my career working in the Darfield Bakery for 5 years which is where the nickname 'Scones' originated from. After that and an OE, I moved back to New Zealand, and in 2015 starting working for Hazlett Agri-supplies - and I'm having a ball.
I am married to Lauren and have a daughter Ella and son Jed . I play a lot of rugby and enjoy a hit of golf and a few cold ones with my mates.
I am pleased to be able to provide Hazlett's client base in the Selwyn and surrounding areas with all their Agri Supplies needs.
I was born in Waikari and raised in the Upper Waimak Gorge. I have a passion for all things farming and this has taken me from Canterbury arable, stud stock and dairy farms to similar experiences for 6 years in Australia and Scotland. Luckily I met a good kiwi girl, Sarah and we have settled down in Hororata. We have 3 young sons, Lachlan, Rory and Dougal. I am looking forward to supporting them in their sporting lives with the oldest starting rugby soon. Hockey, hunting and tramping are my other keen interests.
Previously I was servicing farmers in the Selwyn/Ashburton areas for staff recruitment. I now enjoy working for Hazlett doing Agri Supplies and working with farmers in these Districts.
I grew up on a sheep, beef and deer farm in North Canterbury. Since finishing Lincoln in 2010 with a bachelor of agricultural science, I have been involved in servicing the rural sector in the rural supplies industry. I have a strong passion for Agronomy and like to get out on farm. I am married to Alice with two young children, Felicity and Hugo. I still enjoy playing a bit of rugby while also spending time with my family and friends. I am pleased to service the wider South Canterbury area with Hazlett Ltd.
I grew up on a small sheep and cropping farm near Pleasant Point in South Canterbury and have spent my working career in the rural sector.
My focus for many years has been on grain, seed, chemical and merchandise, that contribute to successful farming practices.
I am married to Christine and we have three daughters who live in Otago and Canterbury.
Our interests now are the girls careers and their families, along with some overseas travel.
I enjoy working as a Rural Bloke, alongside, and part of the Hazlett team.
From Christchurch and originally in IT for 8 years, I got the urge to chase down another passion of mine, which is all things farming - can't get enough of it! I have a young family with my forever supportive partner Ereeka and 2 kids Noah and Isabella. Love spending time with the family and when I'm not teaching them they're teaching me. In between all of that I'm a keen 4wd-er, hunter and fisherman as I really enjoy getting out of the chaos and into the peaceful wilderness. I enjoy my role supporting the farming community.
I lived all my childhood in Kaiapoi and Woodend, but I am definitely no country girl. There were no farm blocks for me. I have worked in Administration since leaving Kaiapoi High and have worked in many different industries. I happily joined the Hazlett family in July 2018 after working 18 years as an Administration Manager in the fire industry. I love the change and the real family feel that Hazlett has. I am married to Damian and have two daughters, Mackenzie and Tayla. Outside of work I love walking, running, bike riding in the forest close to our home, camping, boating and catching up with friends and family.
I grew up on a Sheep, Beef and cropping farm in Mid Canterbury. From there I headed into Christchurch for a few years and realizing that cities weren’t for me I went into an Agriculture Sales role that lead me to the Hawkes Bay. I have been there for many years now, focusing on supplying Rural Supplies and Agronomy to Hawkes Bay farmers. My wife Liz and our two kids, Alex and Tessa enjoy sea fishing and getting to the lakes with family and friends. I am proud to be part of the Hazlett team and adding value to our Hawkes Bay clientele.
I am born and bred in the Rangitikei and was bought up on the family sheep, beef and cropping farm just out of Marton. On leaving school I worked locally on farms as well as for cropping and hay contractors in the region. I spent two social years at Lincoln College playing rugby then three years overseas. I am married to Brigid and have two daughters, Penny, living in Christchurch and Lucy, living in Melbourne. I love all sport and still get around the odd hunt field on horse back. I have been in the agri supplies industry for the past 13 years and have been lucky enough to work alongside some very innovative farmers during that time. I am passionate about agronomy and being involved on farm in growing the best possible crops and pastures for my clients. It is exciting being in on the ground floor with Hazlett in the North Island and I am looking forward to expanding their business in the region.
Spending my time growing up in rural Canterbury, I have always had a keen eye for agriculture. Prior to my role with Hazlett, I was involved in the agricultural machinery industry and so am pleased to be able to bring experience in that sector with me. I now live in Darfield and have a large involvement with the footy club here, as well as playing hockey. I enjoy fishing, tramping, having a few tubes with my mates and when there is snow on the mountains, skiing. I am stoked to be a part of the Hazlett agri-supplies team and look forward to establishing and growing networks within the rural community.
I grew up on a farm in Kaikoura and have wonderful memories of farm life. I then went to the big smoke and was educated at a Girls School in Christchurch and started my working career.
I worked for several years in the export industry exporting wool, skins and animal by products. I then established a successful business in partnership with my husband, which gave me the flexibility to spend time with my children while they were young - they are now young adults. I then moved onto Hazlett and have been here pretty much from the start of the wee company, which is not so wee anymore.
I enjoy walks, gardening and generally socialising with friends and family (and I'll watch rugby if it's on).