Devon YFC covers the county of Devon with a total of 38 clubs covering all areas from Devon from Blackmoor Gate in the North to Clawton in the West to Totnes in the South and Axminster in the East. These are just some of the clubs plus another 34 clubs covering the county.
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Get Ready for Blackpool - National AGM 2014
With 6 months and counting until National AGM 2014 at Blackpool, it is time to start organising who's in and what's needed. To find out more info about National AGM for 2014, please speak to your chairman or secretary. For club officers, please download and completed the booking forms and return to the county office.
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National Junior Member of the Year - 2013
Winner of National Junior Member of the Year 2013 - Helen Bellew - Buckland Brewer YFC
Helen Bellew from Buckland Brewer YFC clinched the top prize to be crowned Junior Member of the Year at National competions held at Stafffordshire Show Ground.
Helen and made it a double National Member of the Year win for Devon. She has just finished her A-levels and is working at home on the family mixed farm. Helen is off to Reading University in September to read Agricultural Management.
National Senior Member of the Year - 2013
Devon YFC Chairman Paul Glanvill receiving the award from NFYFC President Matt Baker
Paul Glanvill from Whimple & Broadclyst YFC clinched the top prize to be crowned Senior Member of the Year at the AGM 2013.
The Dairy farmer from Exeter arrived in Blackpool earlier in the week after cycling the 320 miles with five other members to raise money for Parkinson's UK and for the fund to build a new Devon YFC building.
Paul said: "It's a great honour to win. I wasn't expecting it. I was very nervous. The on stage interviews seemed to go well but I knew I was up against stiff competition so I couldn't say what was going to happen. I have done four rounds to get to this point."
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A framework for replacement, reduction and refinement needs to be established for the responsible use of antimicrobials along the food supply chain. This is one of the main findings put forward by a top-level roundtable, 'Antimicrobials ? Who Needs Them', chaired by the sustainable farming research and development business, the Food Animal Initiative, and pharmaceutical company, Ceva.