The YFCU Choir Festival 2017 took place at CAFRE's Loughry Campus. 12 choirs took part in the festival and the audience had the opportunity to enjoy some fine festive singing with a wide range of song choices. Adjudicators on the night were Denis Totten and Diana Culbertson and compere was YFCU Deputy President, Zita Blair who introduced the choirs.
The YFCU Soil Assessment Competition sponsored by Tesco was held at the NI Ploughing Championships at Donaghcloney.
The YFCU Fencing Competition sponsored by Ward & Boyd was held at the NI Ploughing Championships in Donaghcloney.
The YFCU Junior Weekend was held at the weekend at Carlingford Adventure Centre where over 50 junior members came together for some team building and to learn more about the organisation.
The YFCU Tag Rugby Finals sponsored by Danske Bank were held at Ballymoney Rugby Club
The YFCU Tag Rugby heats were recently held in Portadown RFC and Ballymoney RFC - the finalists will compete at the finals on Wednesday 9th August at Ballymoney Rugby Club.
The YFCU Dairy, Beef and Sheep Stock Judging Finals sponsored by Ulster Bank and the YFCU Silage Assessment Finals sponsored by Thompsons Feeding Innovation were held at CAFRE Grennmount. Over 250 young farmers from all over Northern Ireland attended.
The theme for the YFCU AGM Disco was 'I do like to be beside the YF Seaside'
The Young Farmers' Clubs of Ulster AGM & Conference 2017 sponsored by Massey Ferguson was held on Friday 21st April and Saturday 22nd April at Armagh City Hotel
The YFCU popular Arts Festival Gala recently took place at the Millennium Forum in Londonderry. Sponsored for a number of years by NFU Mutual Insurance Society Limited, the Arts Festival Gala evening saw the top five clubs from the YFCU’s arts festival perform to a sold out crowd.
The YFCU popular Arts Festival Gala recently took place at the Millennium Forum in Londonderry. A VIP reception sponsored by Chestnutt Animal Feeds was also held before the performances.
The Young Farmers’ Clubs of Ulster (YFCU) held its second agricultural conference at the Glenavon Hotel in Cookstown. Entitled ‘Inspire’, the conference was host to a mix of formal presentations, work-shops and farm visits and was attended by over 120 delegates from all over Northern Ireland. Sponsored by Massey Ferguson and with support from the Ulster Farmers’ Union, the conference was aimed at helping attendees identify opportunities as they plan the future of their own farm businesses.