Pasture Genetics will be closing for the Easter public holidays at 5pm on Thursday, March 29 and re-opening 8.30am Tuesday, April 3.
Pasture Genetics Social Club conducted a “how many eggs” competition throughout March, raising funds for Cows for Cambodia.
Correctly guessing 72 eggs in the jar, egg-static “how many eggs” winner and Pasture Genetics Territory Manager James Cook said, “It’s a bit of fun for a good cause, and I’m sure my wife and son will gobble them up this much-looked-forward-to long weekend!”
Social Club committee member and International Business Coordinator Susan Heinjus said, “Cows for Cambodia is a ‘cow bank’, they loan families a pregnant cow, the family looks after the cow and when it has the baby they give the cow back, but get to keep the baby. It’s more about providing an opportunity to break the poverty cycle rather than a direct handout.
“The Social Club are continually fundraising with the aim of raising $1,000 to donate a cow to the cause – we are about half way!”
Pasture Genetics would like to wish everyone a happy and safe Easter.
Image: Pasture Genetics Territory Manager James Cook with International Business Coordinator Susan Heinjus.