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Massey Ferguson celebrates Young Farmers at guest dinner

Massey Ferguson celebrates Young Farmers at guest dinner

Lead sponsor Massey Ferguson has hosted a special dinner for VIP guests at this year’s Annual Convention.

Lindsay Haddon, Advertising and Sales Promotion Manager for Massey Ferguson, told around 50 invitees that farming is well and truly alive and that nurturing the youth of young farmers is vital to continue its drive.

She said: “It’s a real pleasure to be here tonight in the fifth year of Massey Ferguson being the main sponsor of the NFYFC Annual Convention.

“It’s a great honour for us to sponsor this weekend and it’s one that we always look forward to.

“When I joined Massey Ferguson nearly 17 years ago, I didn’t realise I was actually joining a family.

“Years later, when we started working with YFCs around the UK and Ireland, I saw a reflection of that family – people wanting to make a difference and full of pride and passion.”

Lindsay thanked Chris Manley for his support as National Chairman and said that she was looking forward to working with this year’s Chairman, Ed Ford.

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