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YFCU announces Massey Ferguson as its AGM and conference sponsor

Pictured: Michael Reid, CEO YFCU, Stuart Williamson, Mountnorris YFC, Massey Ferguson Sales Advisor and Sean McAvoy, Massey Ferguson Field Technical Manager.

The Young Farmers’ Clubs of Ulster (YFCU) today unveiled Massey Ferguson, one of the World’s leading farm machinery brands, as the overall sponsor of its Annual General Meeting (AGM).

The highly anticipated annual event, which will take place on Saturday 18th April at the La Mon Hotel, Belfast, will be attended by over 300 young farmers from across Northern Ireland.

Martyn Blair, YFCU President said: “We are delighted to have Massey Ferguson as the sponsor of our Annual General Meeting. As a major global agricultural equipment manufacturer and as a leading farm machinery brand it is a pleasure to have them associated with the Young Farmers’ Clubs of Ulster and to play such a large role in one of the most anticipated events in the YFCU calendar.”

"We are really very pleased and very excited that we are able to sponsor the YFCU Conference. Our intention is to support Young Farmers' clubs wherever we can and ensure the future of farming is in safe hands, to help nurture the next generation and to help widen the appeal of agriculture through fun and learning" said Lindsay Haddon, Advertising and Sales Promotion Manager, Massey Ferguson.

Massey Ferguson Dealership, Alan Milne’s, will take the lead at this exciting event along with Massey Ferguson Field Technical Manager, Sean McAvoy, who will speak to the Young Farmers’ group about the importance of agriculture. The group met to discuss this exciting future relationship at Alan Milne’s earlier this week.

"Our intention is to support Young Farmers' clubs wherever we can and ensure the future of farming is in safe hands, to help nurture the next generation and to help widen the appeal of agriculture through fun and learning"