Belfast Telegraph

Friday 28 November 2014

Pass on family business earlier, farmers are told

People watch the show jumping with an old watch tower from the Maze Prison in the background.
People watch the show jumping with an old watch tower from the Maze Prison in the background.
Ulster Bank Balmoral Show second day at the Maze site outside Lisburn. The annual agricultural show attracts local retailers as was as farmers showing raw breeds, horse jumping and big retailers. Blackface Perty sheep being judged.
A woman prepares her cattle before showing in the ring.
Northern Ireland- 15th May 2014 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. Ulster Bank Balmoral Show second day at the Maze site outside Lisburn. The annual agricultural show attracts local retailers as was as farmers showing raw breeds, horse jumping and big retailers. Beef farmer and Ulster Rugby star Rory Best signs autographs in The Redmills stand.
Ulster Bank Balmoral Show second day at the Maze site outside Lisburn.
Rys Balckwell(5) with his twin brother Ryan from Ballyclare with Meanie Man.
Second day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park.
Jayne Price judging.
Pictured are Brian and Ryan Rainey from Limavady
Northern Ireland 15th May Second day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park.
Northern Ireland- 15th May 2014 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. Ulster Bank Balmoral Show second day at the Maze site outside Lisburn. The annual agricultural show attracts local retailers as was as farmers showing raw breeds, horse jumping and big retailers. Eimear Conway(2) with her big sister Maria(4) from Maghera with an Old Masey Ferguson tractor.
Northern Ireland- 15th May 2014 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. Ulster Bank Balmoral Show second day at the Maze site outside Lisburn. The annual agricultural show attracts local retailers as was as farmers showing raw breeds, horse jumping and big retailers.
Northern Ireland- 15th May 2014 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. Ulster Bank Balmoral Show second day at the Maze site outside Lisburn. The annual agricultural show attracts local retailers as was as farmers showing raw breeds, horse jumping and big retailers. Grace Reid(3) from Ballynahinch with her Burrenvale Charolais cattle.
Northern Ireland- 15th May 2014 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. Ulster Bank Balmoral Show second day at the Maze site outside Lisburn. The annual agricultural show attracts local retailers as was as farmers showing raw breeds, horse jumping and big retailers. Blackface Perty Type sheep being judged.
Northern Ireland- 15th May 2014 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. Ulster Bank Balmoral Show second day at the Maze site outside Lisburn. The annual agricultural show attracts local retailers as was as farmers showing raw breeds, horse jumping and big retailers. Alex Calhoun(10) with his Jacob Sheep of the Kingarrow flock Omagh
Northern Ireland- 15th May 2014 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. Ulster Bank Balmoral Show second day at the Maze site outside Lisburn. The annual agricultural show attracts local retailers as was as farmers showing raw breeds, horse jumping and big retailers.
Northern Ireland- 15th May 2014 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. Ulster Bank Balmoral Show second day at the Maze site outside Lisburn. The annual agricultural show attracts local retailers as was as farmers showing raw breeds, horse jumping and big retailers. Kelly O'Kane from Carnlough with her Blue Leicester Ewe.
Northern Ireland- 15th May 2014 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. Ulster Bank Balmoral Show second day at the Maze site outside Lisburn. The annual agricultural show attracts local retailers as was as farmers showing raw breeds, horse jumping and big retailers. Balmoral Show Open Wool Handling Championships.
Northern Ireland- 15th May 2014 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. Ulster Bank Balmoral Show second day at the Maze site outside Lisburn. The annual agricultural show attracts local retailers as was as farmers showing raw breeds, horse jumping and big retailers. Grace Reid(3) from Ballynahinch with her Burrenvale Charolais cattle.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage meeting Karen McKee and baby Lila (8 months) from Scarva along with with UKIP NI Henry Reilly at the Balmoral Show at the Maze/Longkesh Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
Northern Ireland- 15th May 2014 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. Ulster Bank Balmoral Show second day at the Maze site outside Lisburn. The annual agricultural show attracts local retailers as was as farmers showing raw breeds, horse jumping and big retailers.
Northern Ireland- 15th May 2014 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. Ulster Bank Balmoral Show second day at the Maze site outside Lisburn. The annual agricultural show attracts local retailers as was as farmers showing raw breeds, horse jumping and big retailers. People queue to get into the show.
Northern Ireland- 15th May 2014 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. Ulster Bank Balmoral Show second day at the Maze site outside Lisburn. The annual agricultural show attracts local retailers as was as farmers showing raw breeds, horse jumping and big retailers. Alex Calhoun(10) with his Jacob Sheep of the Kingarrow flock Omagh
Northern Ireland- 15th May 2014 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. Ulster Bank Balmoral Show second day at the Maze site outside Lisburn. The annual agricultural show attracts local retailers as was as farmers showing raw breeds, horse jumping and big retailers. Balmoral Show Open Wool Handling Championships.
Northern Ireland- 15th May 2014 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. Ulster Bank Balmoral Show second day at the Maze site outside Lisburn. The annual agricultural show attracts local retailers as was as farmers showing raw breeds, horse jumping and big retailers. Blackface Perty Type sheep being judged.
Northern Ireland- 15th May 2014 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. Ulster Bank Balmoral Show second day at the Maze site outside Lisburn. The annual agricultural show attracts local retailers as was as farmers showing raw breeds, horse jumping and big retailers. Kelly O'Kane from Carnlough with her Blue Leicester Ewe.
Northern Ireland- 15th May 2014 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. Ulster Bank Balmoral Show second day at the Maze site outside Lisburn. The annual agricultural show attracts local retailers as was as farmers showing raw breeds, horse jumping and big retailers. Alex Calhoun(10) with his Jacob Sheep of the Kingarrow flock Omagh
Northern Ireland- 15th May 2014 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. Ulster Bank Balmoral Show second day at the Maze site outside Lisburn. The annual agricultural show attracts local retailers as was as farmers showing raw breeds, horse jumping and big retailers. Scott Ewing(5&left) with his cousin Emma Cromie(6) and twin brother James(5) with their freshly planted tomato plant.
Northern Ireland- 15th May 2014 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. Ulster Bank Balmoral Show second day at the Maze site outside Lisburn. The annual agricultural show attracts local retailers as was as farmers showing raw breeds, horse jumping and big retailers. Finn Campbell(10) with his sister Thalia(7) from Seafrode.
Northern Ireland- 15th May 2014 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. Ulster Bank Balmoral Show second day at the Maze site outside Lisburn. The annual agricultural show attracts local retailers as was as farmers showing raw breeds, horse jumping and big retailers. Eimear Conway(2) with her big sister Maria(4) from Maghera with an Old Masey Ferguson tractor.
15th May 2014 Photo by William Cherry/Presseye Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster has visited the exhibition stand of Dungannon-headquartered company, Dunbia during a tour of the 2014 Balmoral Show. Dundia, a leading supplier of beef, lamb and pork products, recently announced a skills development programme which involves establishing a Butchery Academy as well as leadership and management training. Discussing how support from Invest Northern Ireland is helping Dunbia up-skill its 1,000 strong workforce across Dungannon, are Arlene Foster, Jack and Jim Dobbin.
NO FEE Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland 15th May Second day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Pictured are Mr Patrick Murdock on Kate McCann in the private driving section. Picture by Stephen Hamilton / Press Eye.
NO FEE Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland 15th May Second day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Pictured are Chloe Irwin,Nichola Waters,Katie McNeill and Shannon Killen from Dungannon Picture by Stephen Hamilton / Press Eye.
NO FEE Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland 15th May Second day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Rydale Clothing International Spectacular . LLaura Robinson GBR riding Jonte Picture by Stephen Hamilton / Press Eye.
NO FEE Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland 15th May Second day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Pictured are St Patricks college in Banbridge Picture by Stephen Hamilton / Press Eye.
NO FEE Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland 15th May Second day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Rydale Clothing International Spectacular . Cpt Brian Curran Cournane IRL riding Starboard Picture by Stephen Hamilton / Press Eye.
NO FEE Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland 15th May Second day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Young Event Horse Jumping Sponsored by Stonebridge Premium feeds. Rachel Thompson on Mr Guy Picture by Stephen Hamilton / Press Eye.
NO FEE Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland 15th May Second day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Rydale Clothing International Spectacular . Picture by Stephen Hamilton / Press Eye.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage (centre) with Henry Reilly (left) and Cecil Beatty from Dungannon exhibiting his Pedigree Herefords at the Balmoral Show at the Maze/Longkesh Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
First day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Pictured with the Ulster Bank Henri Hippo are St Mary School in Newtownbutler .
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland- 14th May 2014 Mandatory Credit -Brian Little/Presseye Debbie Berrie (left) from Dundee and Kim Perry from Strabane enjoying the Balmoral Show at the Maze/Longkesh Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
First day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Pictured is Paul OConnell from Derry
First day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Pictured with the Ulster Bank Henri Hippo are Liam and Dillon Conlon from Markethill.
First day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Pictured with the Ulster Bank Henri Hippo are the Wilson and George family from Portadown .
First day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Pictured with the Ulster Bank Henri Hippo are Lilly Callaghan from Coleraine .
Pacemaker Press 14/5/2014 Horses at the opening day of the Balmoral Show at the old Maze prison side near Lisburn with Tens of thousands of people due to attend the agricultural and food show over the next three days. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 14/5/2014 Crowds at the opening day of the Balmoral Show at the old Maze prison side near Lisburn with Tens of thousands of people due to attend the agricultural and food show over the next three days. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 14/5/2014 Horses at the opening day of the Balmoral Show at the old Maze prison side near Lisburn with Tens of thousands of people due to attend the agricultural and food show over the next three days. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 14/5/2014 Horses at the opening day of the Balmoral Show at the old Maze prison side near Lisburn with Tens of thousands of people due to attend the agricultural and food show over the next three days. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 14/5/2014 Sheep Shearing at the opening day of the Balmoral Show at the old Maze prison side near Lisburn with Tens of thousands of people due to attend the agricultural and food show over the next three days. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 14/5/2014 Sheep Shearing at the opening day of the Balmoral Show at the old Maze prison side near Lisburn with Tens of thousands of people due to attend the agricultural and food show over the next three days. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 14/5/2014 Annabel Manson aged 3 from Ballymena at the opening day of the Balmoral Show at the old Maze prison side near Lisburn with Tens of thousands of people due to attend the agricultural and food show over the next three days. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Pacemaker Press 14/5/2014 Horses at the opening day of the Balmoral Show at the old Maze prison side near Lisburn with Tens of thousands of people due to attend the agricultural and food show over the next three days. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Molly Robinson from Ballygowan a Results Steward at the Balmoral Show at the Maze/Longkesh Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
Rchel McAlister from Randalstown exhibiting Limousin cattle at the Balmoral Show at the Maze/Longkesh Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
First day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Pictured with the Ulster Bank Henri Hippo are Nikki and Kim Milligan from Fermanagh .
First day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Pictured with the Ulster Bank Henri Hippo are Shannon Connor,Kate Lyness,Loren Strain and Avine Walsh from Newcastle
Members of the Bolddog Lings motorcycle display team pictured at the Balmoral show. Picture by Stephen Hamilton / Press Eye.
Pacemaker Press 14/5/2014 UKIP Leader Nigel Farage at the opening day of the Balmoral Show at the old Maze prison side near Lisburn with Tens of thousands of people due to attend the agricultural and food show over the next three days. Pic Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker
Charles Mark from Limavady Horse Ring Steward at the Balmoral Show at the Maze/Longkesh Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
James (9) and Oliver (6) Shaw from Saintfield looking a t Varta Tractors at the Balmoral Show at the Maze/Longkesh Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
Caroline Nethery (left) and Leeann Sheerin From Omagh enjoying the colour of the Balmoral Show at the Maze/Longkesh Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
First day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Pictured are Michael,Eoin and Dillon McNamee from Crossmaglen. Picture by Stephen Hamilton / Press Eye.
Madison Clarke , aged 3, from Dungannon in the Loading Shovel of a 19 Tonne CAT 966K at the Balmoral Show at the Maze/Longkesh Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
First day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Pictured are Edward Little on Galway bay Hammer. Pic Stephen Hamilton / Press Eye
First Minister Peter Robinson pictured with Lisburn Councillor Alan Ewart and Julian Stevenson from Sports Dock at the Balmoral Show. Pic William Cherry/Presseye
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland- 14th May 2014 Mandatory Credit -Brian Little/Presseye Ulster Bank Competition winners Alice and Louise Boden with Ulster Banks's Conor McNeill (Agri-Business Devlopment Manager) Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
HRH The Princess Royal today attended the Royal Ulster Agricultural Society venue at Balmoral Park, Maze, Lisburn. This is the second year the show has been held at the prestigious Balmoral Park which showcases a true centre of rural excellence for Northern Ireland. Photo by Simon Graham/Harrisons
HRH The Princess Royal today attended the Royal Ulster Agricultural Society venue at Balmoral Park, Maze, Lisburn. This is the second year the show has been held at the prestigious Balmoral Park which showcases a true centre of rural excellence for Northern Ireland. Photo by Simon Graham/Harrisons
HRH The Princess Royal today attended the Royal Ulster Agricultural Society venue at Balmoral Park, Maze, Lisburn. This is the second year the show has been held at the prestigious Balmoral Park which showcases a true centre of rural excellence for Northern Ireland. Photo by Simon Graham/Harrisons
HRH The Princess Royal today attended the Royal Ulster Agricultural Society venue at Balmoral Park, Maze, Lisburn. This is the second year the show has been held at the prestigious Balmoral Park which showcases a true centre of rural excellence for Northern Ireland. Photo by Simon Graham/Harrisons
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland- 14th May 2014 Mandatory Credit -Brian Little/PresseyE Alpacas at the Balmoral Show at the Maze/Longkesh Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland- 14th May 2014 Mandatory Credit -Brian Little/Presseye John McKerow from Scotland judging the Texel sheep at the Balmoral Show at the Maze/Longkesh Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland- 14th May 2014 Mandatory Credit -Brian Little/Presseye Joy Johnston from Maghaberry with her display of Plastic Flowers at the Balmoral Show at the Maze/Longkesh Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland- 14th May 2014 Mandatory Credit -Brian Little/Presseye (L-R) John Bamber (RUAS Vice Patron), Colin McDonald Chief Executive) and William Robson (Deputy President RUAS) at the Balmoral Show at the Maze/Longkesh Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
Pictured are Mr Maurice Wafer winner of the Colt foal class. First day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Pic Stephen Hamilton / Press Eye
First day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Pic Stephen Hamilton / Press Eye Pictured is Cyril Crommie from Ballynahinch showing his Zwartbles sheep.
Pictured are Mr Maurice Wafer winner of the Colt foal class. First day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Pic Stephen Hamilton / Press Eye
First day of the Balmoral Show: The Princess Royal, Princess Anne, visited the marquee of Balmoral Show principal sponsor, Ulster Bank. The Princess Royal is pictured with Ellvena Graham, Ulster Banks Head of Northern Ireland, and Ian Jordan, Director, Corporate Banking Division.
First day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Pictured is John McKerrow judging the aged tram Texels Picture by Stephen Hamilton / Press Eye.
First day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Pictured are Freddie Davidson with his Aberdeen Angus. Picture by Stephen Hamilton / Press Eye.
Early queues on the First day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Picture by Stephen Hamilton / Press Eye.
First day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Pictured is Bailey OCoonor from Seaforde Picture by Stephen Hamilton / Press Eye.
First day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Pictured is Paul OConnell from Derry Picture by Stephen Hamilton / Press Eye.
Princess Royal is welcomed to Balmoral Park by RUAS Chief Executive Colin McDonald during the first day of the Balmoral Show at the Maze/Longkesh Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
First day of the Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank at Balmoral Park. Pictured are Mr Maurice Wafer winner of the Colt foal class. Picture by Stephen Hamilton / Press Eye.
Caroline Nethery (left) and Leeann Sheerin From Omagh enjoying the colour of the Balmoral Show at the Maze/Longkesh Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
Young Farmers expert grade competing in the Sheep Shearing competition at the Balmoral Show at the Maze/Longkesh Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland- 14th May 2014 Mandatory Credit -Brian Little/Presseye Princess Royal talking to Sheep Farmer Robbie Mulligan from Banbridge during a visit to the Balmoral Show at the Maze/Longkesh Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland- 14th May 2014 Mandatory Credit -Brian Little/Presseye Princess Royal is welcolmed to Balmoral Park by RUAS Chief Executive Colin McDonald during the first day of the Balmoral Show at the Maze/Longkesh Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland- 14th May 2014 Mandatory Credit -Brian Little/Presseye Young Farmers expert grade competiting in the Sheep Shearing competition at the Balmoral Show at the Maze/Longkesh Picture by Brian Little/Presseye
@Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland- 14th May 2014 Mandatory Credit -Brian Little/Presseye First Minister Peter Robinson sharing a joke while waiting for the Princess Royal at the Balmoral Show at the Maze/Longkesh Picture by Brian Little/Presseye

For most of us, a looming 60th birthday means a very big cake and vague thoughts of retirement.

If you're a farmer in Northern Ireland, however, you may well still be waiting for the family business to be signed over to you.

The Young Farmers Clubs of Ulster (YFCU) is now trying to change that tradition of leaving it as late as possible to hand over to the next generation.

It believes the uncertainty over a farm's future could be damaging the family businesses.

One young farmer at the Balmoral Show told how one man had passed away before the farm was handed over.

"My dad had a cousin who was 65 when he died – and he still didn't have his name on the cheque book. It's a common practice," he said.

YFCU president Martyn Blair said the organisation, which represents nearly 3,000 members across Northern Ireland, has been strongly promoting the need for young farmers to take on responsibility at an earlier stage.

"The average age of a farmer in Northern Ireland is 58, which is pretty staggering," he says. "It's a longstanding cultural thing where an older farmer hangs on to the business, probably because his father did. It's a taboo subject – no-one wants to talk about it.

"But we're encouraging young farmers to go and say, 'Look, we need to talk about having a long-term future on this farm'.

"It's a major, major issue. If agriculture is to have any future as an industry, the industry needs successors coming in to carry the business on for the next generation. If the average farmer is 58, that is a problem. For the long-term future of the industry, we need to pull this age down."

At the Balmoral Show, young farmers were only willing to talk about their experiences anonymously, worried about causing offence within the family.

One said her parents were in their 60s and her three brothers, who are farming part-time, still don't know what is going to happen.

"It's worrying for their wives and families because nothing firm has been put in place," she said.

"One of my brothers has built a business on the farm, there is still no plan in place and it's something I've been trying to get them to focus on."

Meanwhile, James Speers, who farms a beef and sheep enterprise in Armagh, said there was a danger that those who weren't given responsibility early enough may eventually run the farm into the ground from lack of experience.

"I'm fortunate that my dad sent me off to university and was willing to lead me into the farm and slowly but surely let me take over the running, but there would be some farms where there hasn't been anything put in place to carry on," he said.

"They wouldn't necessarily be getting frustrated with it, but they wouldn't be up to speed with what's going on." YFCU has been running a series of seminars on succession planning, bringing in legal experts, accountants and good examples of farms where a succession plan was put in place. But it admits it is probably preaching to the converted, or at least those who are willing to take the next step.

"They have been very well-attended, but there are so many young ones out there who don't come to them and we need to target them," Martyn says.

"It does affect the business if there isn't a successor.

"Banks are very keen, before they lend you money, to see a successor in place."

He added: "If a loan has 20 years' payback, they will be asking if that man is going to be able to pay them back the money in 20 years' time."

And with the Agriculture Minister's announcement that she will be setting the Young Farmers Top-Up at the full level of 25% – a support programme estimated at €84 per hectare – there's even more reason to think ahead and make a plan.

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