Monthly Archive: April 2015

Italians savour taste of Welsh Lamb

WELSH Lamb was flavour of the month for Italians at home and abroad during March. It was enjoyed by London’s Italian community during a gala dinner prepared for over 100 guests when celebrity chef...

New chairman appointed

ANGLESEY farmer Peredur Hughes has been reappointed as chairman of the Wales Animal Health and Welfare Framework Group to run from April 7 this year to May 31 2018. The Welsh Government launched the...

UAC Dinbych yn cyflwyno siec i CFfI

  CYFLWYNIAD: Cadeirydd cangen sir Ddinbych o UAC John Roberts yn cyflwyno siec ar ran yr undeb i Llio Jones, Cadeirydd CFfI Clwyd ac enillwyr cystadleuaeth Siarad Cyhoeddus Cymraeg a Saesneg yng Ngherrig y...

Spring farm walks to help improve grassland

LIVESTOCK farmers can find out how to achieve top performance from grassland at two farm walks in Flintshire and Gloucestershire this month. The “Forage Field – Milking Grass for Profit” Spring Farm Walks have...

HCC creates new website

A NEW website aimed at trade professionals with an interest in Wales’ red meat industry is now live. The website – http://hcctrade.com/ – was produced following calls for a separate platform for importers, exporters,...

Pembrokeshire farmer elected as chairman

Pembrokeshire farmer John Savins has been elected as the new chairman of the FUW arable, horticulture and cropping committee at a recent meeting.   Mr Savins, 48, who is also the union’s Pembrokeshire county...

Take care when walking in the countryside

WITH the weather improving and the Easter holidays around the corner many people are visiting the countryside to enjoy the fresh air and beautiful scenery in Wales but with lambing in full swing the...

Members get low-down on CAP changes

AN open meeting focusing on the changes to farm payments and the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) was held by the Carmarthenshire branch of the FUW recently.   The meeting at Llanarthne Village Hall attracted...