Your Homekill meat can only consumed by you as the animal's owner, your family, your household, and any farm workers employed in
an ongoing manner in the farm's daily operations and their family and household. Homekill can be served on a marae for traditional
activities within iwi or hapu. If there is any element of trade, commercially processed meat must be used.
You cannot serve homekill
meat to paying customers, (for example to guest at bet and breakfast or lodges), or barter, raffle or donate the meat for use as a prize
or as a fundraiser. Homekill cannot be used by schools, universities, hospitals or prisons.
There are significant penalties on conviction for
breaching the rules: Individuals face fines of up
to $100,000 and two years imprisonment, and
corporations face fines of up to $500,000.