The latest Farmers Club Journal profiles new Club Chairman and Pembrokeshire farmer Meurig Raymond, recent Club activities and a variety of farming issues, including Defra policy, farming prospects, the meat/veg debate, methane from livestock, and the voice of the countryside.
Arriving with members in late-January the Journal includes a round-up of highly successful Winter activities organised by the Club, including the ever popular New Year’s Eve Dinner, a very special Queen Elizabeth II event in the Club, and the presentation of the Club Cup 2022.
An insight into Defra’s perspectives on farming is provided by Lord Benyon, while plenty of fresh thinking on the future direction of the sector is relayed from the annual Oxford Farming Conference.
Reflecting on the 2002 Countryside March – attended by over 407,000 countryside protestors – the question emerges: is anybody listening to a sector that creates and sustains Britain’s beautiful countryside, while producing food for millions of hungry mouths…?
Further content includes:
- Club News, including some key milestones
- A packed programme of Club Events
- Meurig Raymond’s first Chairman’s Comments
- Member Experience Manager Craig’s tips for visiting London
- Fascinating Farming Figures
- Letters to the Editor
- Golf update
- Chef’s page
- Under 35s
- Club Calendar
Also included is an insert for:
- The Club’s St George’s Day Lunch on Wed 26 April
Keep right up to date with all the latest Club plans via the website (www.thefarmersclub.com) and e-Newsletters from the Chief Executive.