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Tuesday, January 19, 2021

UFU Farmers vow to ‘keep on farming’ as they recite poem in online video

A poem has been specially written and recited by farmers across Northern Ireland, in a video posted by the UFU.The poem written by a former UFU President Graham Furey

At a difficult time, including for our for local farmers, the poem will being reassurance that farmers continue to provide their products in a time of need and are most certainly open for business.

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The UFU has described the poem as highlighting:

“how farmers across the six counties and from every sector will keep on farming throughout this coronavirus pandemic.”

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