UFU hosts Prime Minister on visit to Co Antrim

Pictured on Harold Johnstons family farm in County Antrim are Ivor Ferguson, UFU deputy president, Barclay Bell, UFU deputy president, Harold Johnston, host farmer, Ian Marshall UFU president and Roberta Simmons, YFCU president.
Pictured on Harold Johnstons family farm in County Antrim are Ivor Ferguson, UFU deputy president, Barclay Bell, UFU deputy president, Harold Johnston, host farmer, Ian Marshall UFU president and Roberta Simmons, YFCU president.
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The Ulster Farmers’ Union welcomed the opportunity to host the Prime Minister, David Cameron, on a County Antrim farm last Saturday.

The dairy farm in Ballymena is a family farm owned and run by the Johnston family. This presented a unique opportunity to sit down with the Prime Minister and have a face to face conversation about our concerns for the agri-food industry. This was an opportunity to stress at the highest level of government the importance of a successful farming industry to underpin the food industry in Northern Ireland.

Harold Johnston gave Prime Minister David Cameron a tour of his family farm in County Antrim.

Harold Johnston gave Prime Minister David Cameron a tour of his family farm in County Antrim.