Hay who got hay?
Find out which groups got hay and who still needs hay!
Hay-mazing! Over 20 groups have been given hay! Thank you Federated Farmers! To see the count of hay, click here
We would be over the moon if you wanted to donate a virtual bale of hay, so that the other groups don’t miss out.
Scroll to the bottom to see which groups have had hay and which groups have not.
Will you donate funds so they can have hay for their horses? Just let us know which group, or which region, and we will make sure that they get the money for the hay! (Type the group or region in the message).
Which groups got hay?
- Ambury Park Centre (Auckland)
- Auckland Central
- Greenhithe (Auckland)
- North Shore (Auckland)
- South Auckland - yes
- Totara Park (Auckland) - yes
- West Auckland
- Cambridge - yes
- Otorohanga - yes
- South Waikato
- Taupo District
- Te Aroha and District - yes
- Te Awamutu - yes
Bay of Plenty
- Christchurch - yes
- Mid Canterbury (Ashburton) - yes
- North Canterbury (Rangiora)
- Timaru - yes
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