Fane Valley Stores Support Young Farmers' Clubs
23rd October 2017

Pictured: (L-R) Timothy Savage - Annaclone / Magherally YFC, Amy Richardson - Bleary YFC, Alison Johnston – Fane Valley Stores, Dessie Ferguson – General Manager, Fane Valley Stores and Hananh Leckey - Bleary YFC

Fane Valley Stores have announced their inclusion for the new 2017/18 Young Farmers’ Club of Ulster Membership Benefit Scheme and support partnership with the YFCU organisation.

Fane Valley Stores is a major retail distributor of animal health and farm supplies in Northern Ireland – with fifteen retail stores, an on-line trading platform and the market leading position in livestock identification products. Part of Fane Valley Co-op and over 110 years later still remains 100% farmer owned and farmer focused.

Speaking at the launch Dessie Ferguson – General Manager of Fane Valley Stores said, “We are very happy to support the Young Farmers’ Club of Ulster and their members. We have great relationships with many young farmer customers and over the years been involved with several different clubs throughout the province, today however, we can consolidate our support across all clubs and to all 3000 members. We have a vast range of high quality clothing available within the scheme and we are delighted our future farmers will avail of this offer. We look forward to welcoming the YFCU members over the next 12 months at Fane Valley Stores”. 

Corrina Fleming, YFCU Programmes Officer commented, “The YFCU Membership Benefit Scheme allows our 3,000 YFCU members to avail of many fantastic offers from a variety of different companies that they would not otherwise have accessibility to. Each year we source new providers for our members and popular and longstanding providers often return after a successful year of activity and business with our clubs throughout the six counties. The association would like to thank Fane Valley Stores for joining the Membership Benefit Scheme and would encourage our members to avail of the clothing offers open to them through the scheme. For further details on benefit providers please check the YFCU website or alternatively visit the provider’s website and make contact”.