John McCulloch, 17, farms at the 607 hectares (1,500 acres) Chapelton Farm, in south west Scotland with 80 pedigree Shorthorn cows, 80 pedigree Aberdeen-Angus cows, 250 cross commercial cows and 850 cross-bred ewes. He is also a committee member of Stewartry YFC.
THE battle to defend the meat industry from myths and misinformation on health and nutrition has never been fiercer.
Rarely does a day go by when there is not something in the media linking meat to some sort of ailment.
Tom is a partner in the family sheep and beef farm in Cowbridge which extends to 384 hectares (950 acres). The farm consists of 550 breeding ewes and 120 suckler cows.
James farms in partnership with his brother Rob and father John at Lydbury North, south west Shopshire, farming just over 800 hectares (2,000 acres) with arable and 300 Stabiliser suckler cows and 1,000 Lleyn ewes.