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CEJA: In this month’s regular column from CEJA (European Council of Young Farmers) we talk to their Vice President Tomáš Ignác Fénix from Czechia.
CEJA: Young farmers from across Europe converged on the UK’s Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire to discuss the impact of potential trade and policy changes post Brexit.
Young Farmer: The European Council of Young Farmers’ (CEJA) President Jannes Maes and Vice Presidents Iris Bouwers and Tomáš Ignác Fénix were sponsored by Massey Ferguson to attend the UK’s 2018 Oxford Farming Conference. For this month’s regular CEJA column, we interview them about their impressions of the event.
Young Farmer: In our series of interviews with Vice Presidents of CEJA (European Council of Young Farmers), this month we speak to Seán Finan.
Young Farmer: Without young farmers in the fields of Europe the future of food production and open landscapes would be compromised says Jannes Maes, President of CEJA (European Council of Young Farmers) in a new report on building a sustainable farming sector.
Young Farmer: This month’s column from CEJA (European Council of Young Farmers) features an interview with Iris Bouwers, one of the organisation’s newly-elected Vice Presidents.
Young Farmer: In this month’s regular column from CEJA (European Council of Young Farmers), we hear from its new President, Jannes Maes, a young farmer from Belgium, who was elected to the post on 6 July.
CEJA: Brussels 6 July 2017: As a principal partner of CEJA (the European Council of Young Farmers), Massey Ferguson was invited to attend the organisation’s General Assembly and the election of its new Board.
CEJA: In this month’s regular column from CEJA (European Council of Young Farmers), we interview President Alan Jagoe about a new CEJA document which highlights why young farmers are key in the future Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).