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[INVITE ONLY] Meet the Farmers Dinner Fri 7 February 2020 - The Thorny Fruit Co
[INVITE ONLY] Meet the Farmers Dinner Fri 7 February 2020 - The Thorny Fruit Co
[INVITE ONLY] Meet the Farmers Dinner Fri 7 February 2020 - The Thorny Fruit Co
[INVITE ONLY] Meet the Farmers Dinner Fri 7 February 2020 - The Thorny Fruit Co
[INVITE ONLY] Meet the Farmers Dinner Fri 7 February 2020 - The Thorny Fruit Co
[INVITE ONLY] Meet the Farmers Dinner Fri 7 February 2020 - The Thorny Fruit Co

[INVITE ONLY] Meet the Farmers Dinner Fri 7 February 2020

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Thank you for an awesome 2019! With your loyal support for The Thorny Fruit Co and Tropical Primary Products over the past 12 months, we would like to personally invite you to our upcoming Meet the Farmers Dinner.

Friday 7th February 2020, 6pm til 9pm
Venue was mentioned in your email invitation

Cost: $10pp booking fee (will be donated to NSW Rural Fire Service as charity donation).

*Booking Fee is to secure your spot at the dinner, inclusive for adults and children. Dinner at your own expense off the restaurant menu.

Please RSVP your spot/s by 17 January 2020. Only 15 seats available.

During the dinner, you'll meet and greet Malaysian migrant farmers, husband and wife Mr Tian Mok Siah and Mrs Siew Yoon Hew, and their son Han Shiong Siah.

The evening will include an 8-course dinner, and a Q&A session with our guest farmers.

Take this rare opportunity to ask Mr & Mrs Siah about their three decade experience of farming tropical exotic fruits in the Northern Territory. Or learn about the challenges they had faced growing durians, more about the HEW1 durian, Harum Manis mangoes, TPP1 mangoes and any other questions you wish.

About The Famers

The Siah family of six migrated to the Humpty Doo area from Malaysia in 1987. They brought with them generations of farming skills, their dreams of starting a produce business, and plants like durian, cempedak, pulasan, jackfruit, and mango varieties which had to survive quarantine before they could be planted in Australia.

Their son, Han Shiong Siah, a winner of the prestigious Nuffield Farming Scholarship is the manager, and public face of Tropical Primary Products.

[Credits to Sharon Williams, Han Shiong Siah]