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2022 Agri Food Conference


Young Farmers' Clubs of Ulster, Northern Ireland's Largest Rural Youth Organisation is honoured to announce the 5thAgri-Food Conference coming up in January 2022.


The theme Adapt & Evolve for last year's Agri-Food Conference will continue to follow through into this years conference. Adapt & Evolve theme was relevant during times of COVID-19 restrictions and is just as important in post restriction times. Adapt & Evolve showcases the best practices and advancements in the Agri-Food sector across Northern Ireland.


The Agri-Food Conference will be held over two days (Friday 28th and Saturday 29th January). The conference opens on Friday evening by hosting a network dinner at the Galgorm Resort and Spa.


Four farm visits will be hosted on the Saturday morning of the conference, showcasing the best in farming and agriculture sectors across Northern Ireland. Four innovative workshops will be held on Saturday afternoon from a variety of Agricultural industries.


Guest speakers from various Agriculture backgrounds will be talking over the two day conference. Speaking on a range of varied topics from educational and professional views.


Tickets for the 2022 Agri-Food Conference go on sale 18th November. For more information on the Agri-Food Conference and for booking, please contact YFCU Headquarters.


YFCU would like to take this opportunity to thank our conference sponsors Danske Bank, Power NI Dunbia Group, Ulster Farmers' Union and Chestnut Horse Feeds.


Photo caption: Launch of 2022 Agri-Food Conference with YFCU platinum sponsors (L-R Rodney Brown - Head of AgriBusiness at Danske Bank, Jack Ferguson - Commercial Business Development Manager at Power NI, Richard Beattie, YFCU Vice President, Claire Windrum - Agriculture Account Manager at Dunbia Group, Representive from Chestnut Feeds and Victor Chestnut)







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