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  • FARMING FAMILIES are being recruited across the UK and Ireland to take part in a new TV show.

  • THE RSABI Great Glen Challenge is returning for 2015 and there is space for 25 teams to take part in the one day race.

  • AS PART of the International Year of the Soil 2015, the James Hutton Institute is again joining forces with the Scottish Association of Young Farmers Clubs - and enlisting new partner Soil Association Scotland - in a quest to find the Best Soil in Show at this year's Royal Highland.

  • SCOTTISH PEOPLE are being encouraged to make the most of fresh and in-season local food with the launch of the Scottish Government's Food Provenance 'Happier Mealtimes' campaign.

  • RURAL CRIME in Scotland is fast becoming a free-for-all, with no area immune to the problem, costing those who live and work in the countryside almost £2million a year - and the bill could go higher.

YFC News

YFC News

  • THE SAYFC weekend was finished off in style with a quiz held at the Albert Hall during the speechmaking final, which saw the qualifying North, West and East teams go head to head, with buzzer and individual rounds putting their knowledge to the test.

  • ANOTHER sell-out crowd and an increase in teams on the year resulted in another cracking evening of entertainment at the SAYFC North Region's talent competition, the Northern Spotlights.

  • AS usual, the senior speechmaking final saw an exceptional quality of speakers discuss various topics in the Albert Hall, last Sunday.

  • ONE of the organisation's most prestigious competitions for the 'Member of the Year', was decided over the weekend and it was a shellshocked Lizze McJannet who took home the top title.

  • HOCKEY players braved the rain, wind and sleet to take part in the National finals held at Stirling University last Sunday.

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