Monthly Archive: May 2016

YFC members talk for Wales

OVER 500 YFC members took part in the Wales YFC Welsh and English public speaking competitions at the Royal Welsh Showground on April 2. As ever, the competition was close in each section with...

£1,000 bursary up for grabs

WALES YFC’s agricultural bursary – in association with the Worshipful Livery Company of Wales – was launched recently. An opportunity for any Welsh young farmer aged 16-30 to compete for, the £1,000 prize can...

Wales YFC looks to the future

STAFF and officers of Wales YFC federation recently presented the organisation’s new five-year business plan to deputy farming and food minister Rebecca Evans. The plan is the culmination of 12 months’ joint working between...

Lively discussions on Dairy Demo Day

FOR the first time Wales YFC recently joined forces with the British Science Association to celebrate the best of British science in Welsh agriculture during British Science Week. Wales YFC members travelled to Gelli...

Clwyd sports day winners

RESULTS of Clwyd YFC’s sports day at Ruthin Leisure Centre were – Football 18 and under: 1 Llannefydd B, 2 Llannefydd C, 3 Uwchaled; 26 and under: 1 Uwchaled A, 2 Llannefydd, 3 Nantglyn....

Stock judging stars

ANGLESEY YFC’s stock judging competition was held on April 10 with the winning teams going forward to represent the county at the Wales competitions in Gwent on April 23.    

Raising funds by zip wire

ANGLESEY YFC county chairman Gwenno Evans and other federation officials recently presented a cheque for £1,004.70 to RABI’s North Wales regional manage Mel Jones. The money was raised by officials going down the Zip...