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Canterbury’s rural primary schools have been given a welcome boost to resources, thanks to the support of local farmers and fertiliser company, Hatuma Dicalcic Phosphate Ltd. Farmers throughout New Zealand are invited to support Hatuma’s ‘Growing Minds’ fund by nominating a school and in return Hatuma donates money from the fund to that school. It’s..

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Hatuma’s Aaron Topp talks on Richard Loe’s farming show about the benefits of the Hatuma Growing Minds Fund Listen to talk here.

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Over 200 rural schools throughout New Zealand have received a financial surprise thanks to their local farmers. Schools from as far south Otago and many throughout the central North Island will get much needed money for resources such as books and sports equipment. Gladstone School in Wairarapa was one of the schools to receive some of..

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Kiwi businesses are being urged to replicate a loyalty scheme and build a movement to provide rural schools with much needed financial support. The Hatuma Growing Minds Fund donates 20 cents to nominated schools from every tonne of Dicalcic Phosphate fertiliser sold by Hawke’s Bay company Hatuma Dicalcic Phosphate Ltd. ‘By ourselves we can only..

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Rural primary schools are a national treasure according to a Hawke’s Bay company and they are asking farmers to get behind their programme to provide country schools with extra resources. Hatuma’s Growing Minds Fund asks customers to nominate a rural school and in return the company will donate 20c per tonne of their dicalcic phosphate..

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