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  An invitation to young farmers for 2021
Are you interested in contributing to the BC Young Farmers (BCYF)?
The BCYF Board of Directors is looking for new young farmers to serve on the BCYF Board of Directors. Our requirements are: you should be between 19 and 40 and be passionate about agriculture. This is a great opportunity to work with fellow young farmers from across all agricultural sectors. It’s a great opportunity to connect with Canadian Young Farmers Forum and young farmers across Canada.
We have about nine Board meetings or conference calls a year, usually in the evenings. Meetings last between one and a half hours and two hours. Meetings are not generally held in July or August. Meetings focus on planning events for other young farmers and professional development for directors.
If you’re interested, please forward your name and contact information to info@ before October 31, 2020. Include a short paragraph on your background and why you’d like to be part of BCYF.
The BCYF is a committee under the BC Agriculture Council. BCYF assists in the transition of young farmers to board rooms and to owning a farm. In social and interactive settings, our members learn leadership skills, explore community development, improve agricultural awareness, explore individual talents and most importantly, meet fellow young farmers from across British Columbia and Canada. Our members are young farmers or young agricultural supporters between the ages of 19 and 40. Our Board of Directors has representatives from across agriculture and is passionate about agriculture and works hard for its continued success.
 Power. Performance. Comfort. Without the cost. That’s the NEW Kubota M7-2 Rancher Edition. Built to handle the toughest jobs, the M7-2’s load sensing (CCLS) hydraulics allow you to run a variety
of implements and gives you wide-ranging versatility to handle all your jobs. Work comfortably from the roomy cab with a built-in radio and comfortable seats. Plus, you can add a front loader with an impressive lift capacity of 5776 lbs. The M7-2 certainly earns its “Rancher” title.
OLIVER Gerard’s Equipment Ltd. 5592 Hwy 97 • 250-498-2524
PRINCE GEORGE Huber Equipment
4370 Upper Mud River Road • 250-560-5431
SMITHERS Huber Equipment 3143 Tatlow Road • 250-847-3610
VERNON Avenue Machinery Corp. 7155 Meadowlark Road • 250-545-3355
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 ABBOTSFORD Avenue Machinery Corp. 1521 Sumas Way • 604-864-2665
COURTENAY North Island Tractor 3663 South Island Hwy. • 250-334-0801
CRESTON Kemlee Equipment Ltd. N.W. Boulevard • 250-428-2254
DUNCAN Island Tractor & Supply Ltd. 4650 Trans Canada Hwy. • 250-746-1755
KELOWNA Avenue Machinery Corp. 1090 Stevens Road • 250-769-8700 |

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