STIRRING stories of farming resilience will be shared at a breakfast meeting at the 164th Great Yorkshire Show to empower those trying to make their way in the agricultural industry during a time of testing economics.

Future Farmers of Yorkshire will host its annual Breakfast Meeting at the Vertu Motors GYS Stage near Grey Gate on the morning of Wednesday, July 12.

All are welcome to register for a place at the Breakfast Meeting, which will be chaired by Caroline Horn of George F White, who are kindly sponsoring the event along with AHDB and Oxbury Bank Plc.

Caroline said: “Entitled ‘Bounce without breaking – building resilient farm businesses’, the Breakfast Meeting will provide a fantastic discussion and will hopefully demonstrate that even small changes can have a huge impact on farm businesses, with panellists having examples to prove it is possible.”

Nick Grayson, Chair of Future Farmers of Yorkshire, said: “The topic has been carefully chosen and feels apt at a time when many in the industry must make tricky decisions in a difficult economic climate.”

To register a place at the Future Farmers of Yorkshire Great Yorkshire Show Breakfast Meeting on Wednesday, July 12, visit Breakfast is from 7.45am.