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Power Farming Te Awamutu, on Benson Road is a flagship dealership within
the Power Farming retail dealership network. The company services the needs
of farmers throughout Waikato and King Country with such internationally
recognisable tractor and farm machinery brands as Deutz-Fahr, Kioti, McHale,
Kverneland, Merlo, SIMBA Great Plains and many more. They offer sales, service
and parts to farmers and agricultural contractors throughout the region.
Dealer Principal Murray Barclay received the coveted Dealership of the Year
award from Power Farming’s Managing Director, Geoff Maber and thanked his
The award is a measured on Sales Volume, positive customer feedback, Service
and parts turnaround, and staff satisfaction and feedback.
Power Farming’s Retail Manager, Thomas Campbell commented on The Te
Awamutu dealership’s success, saying it’s no surprise that Murray and the team
took out top honours,
“It’s an exceptionally well-run dealership” said Campbell, “ Times are trying right
now in the dairy industry, but Murray and his team have a large, loyal customer
base, and feedback from the market has been nothing but positive about the
service offered at Power Farming Te Awamutu”.
Power Farming Te Awamutu is jointly owned by the Power Farming Group and
local residents, Murray and Sonya Barclay.
Local company, Power Farming
Te Awamutu swept the awards
recently at the national Power Farming
Dealership awards evening.
Murray Barclay 027 475 3690 • Mike Whitburn 027 482 4614
Benson Road, Te Awamutu | P 07 870 2411 | www.powerfarming.co.nz
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one special to be a good dad.
That’s the idea behind a special Fathers Break-
fast at Otorohanga’s O Cafe on Saturday.
The event will celebrate and explore how King
Country dads cope with fatherhood.
Three guest speakers will be encouraging men
at the breakfast to step up from being fathers to
being great dads.
They have been chosen for their commitment to
being the best possible dads and grandads.
Media Ministries NZ co-founder Mike Bain of
Otorohanga says: “As society continues to diminish
the influence men have in bringing up children it
is important for them to take advantage of encour-
aging opportunities like the Fathers Breakfast.”
Mr Bain, who has two sons and two daughters,
says he admits making mistakes as a father when
his marriage to his sons’ mum ended.
“I was labelled as the worst father in the world
by my boys, but I have since found I am not alone,”
He talks freely about his mistakes and how
fathers shouldn’t pass up opportunities to learn
how to become a great dad again.
National director of the New Zealand Christian
Network Glyn Carpenter, an experienced inter-
national speaker, has been through the trials and
tribulations of raising three sons.
Katikati Christian Centre’s senior pastor Rob
Holding is the well-loved dad and grandad of five
children and nine grandchildren.
Mr Holding has had first-hand experience in
taking on the role of dad to a ready-made family
and relates to the obstacles faced by new dads in
An experienced speaker he will address what
works and what doesn’t for fathers.
The Fathers Breakfast is being hosted by Media
Ministries NZ and Mr Bain says it will be thought-
provoking and challenging for men of all ages.
He hopes some will share their own experiences
Saturday’s breakfast is at 7.30am.
Limited tickets are available at Otorohanga
Breakfast for dads
in Oto on Saturday
FATHER FIGURE: Katikati Christian Centre’s senior pastor
Rob Holding, who is dad to five and grandad of nine, is a
guest speaker at the Fathers Breakfast at Otorohanga’s O
Cafe on Saturday.
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