The latest Farmers Club Journal provides a detailed profile of new Farmers Club Chairman Keith Redpath, who farms in the Borders region of Scotland and has done much to support the beef sector over recent decades.
As the first signs of Spring start to emerge we also look forward to planning visits to the Club – as the days grow warmer, London attractions re-open and your Club readies itself to re-open its fine facilities once regulations permit.
The New Year Journal, arriving with members in early February, also takes a look at some of the key themes set to impact the farming industry over the coming years.
A vibrant two pages of Under 30s news explains plans for 2021, and relays the experiences of two Committee members during the difficult months of covid restrictions.
Chef’s article explains how Chef and his Kitchen Team managed to produce a 450 amazing Christmas hampers and get them delivered to members in December.
Additional content includes:
- Club News, including financial plans for 2021
- Winter Club event reports
- Better farming partnerships
- Farm labour issues
- Ideas to enhance dairying
- Member Experience Manager Craig’s tips for visiting London
- Diversifying into cricket nets
- A switch from cereals to B&B
- Past chairman Derek George Pearce
The Journal also outlines how Club events are being planned for 2021.To keep fully up-to-date with Club re-opening plans be sure to check the website (www.thefarmersclub.com) and the weekly e-Newsletters from Chief Executive & Secretary, Andrei Spence.
The full issue can be viewed on the Farmers Club website here.