Founded in 1918, the Ulster Farmers’ Union (UFU) is the largest democratic voluntary organisation representing farmers and growers in Northern Ireland. It’s central objective is to promote their interests both at home and abroad through professional lobbying. Today, the UFU has over 11,500 members.Find out more about the Ulster Farmers Union
The Ulster Farmers’ Union has 24 regional group offices across Northern Ireland offering personalised one-to-one support for our members. Have a look through the map above to find the office nearest to you.View our Offices Map
Northern Ireland farmers produce a range of goods and products. In many cases, farmers have diversified into other ventures such as farm shops, ice cream, butchery, and so on adding value themselves to the raw materials they produce. For more information, have a look through the map above and click on the icons to learn more about our farmers.
The UFU continues to grow its range of exclusive offers to members, some of which require the use of the UFU membership card. For more information about our exclusive services and deals. By becoming a member of the Ulster Farmers’ Union, not only will you be able to avail of the great range of exclusive deals but you will be joining a proactive organisation that has a proven track record in looking after farmers’ interests.
To join the UFU contact the group office nearest to you, contact details for local group offices can be found here. Or you can send your name, address, and telephone number (including mobile number) to firstname.lastname@example.org or ring us on 028 9037 0222Become a Member
To access documents and information relating to your UFU Policy Committee.Portal Website
UFU Member, Beef and Sheep farmer from Aughnacloy