Monthly Archive: April 2016

Cadw Golwg o Ben Talar

gan Aubrey Davies CYFADDEFODD George Osborne yn ei wythfed gyllideb fod economi Prydain yn tyfu’n arafach na’r disgwyl. O ganlyniad nid oedd yn cyrraedd dau o’r targedau roedd wedi eu gosod iddo’i hun ond...

Question time in Flintshire

MEMBERS of FUW’s Flintshire branch quizzed Welsh Assembly election candidates at Caerwys on March 14. The husting at the Memorial Institute was attended by Labour candidate Hannah Blythyn, Plaid Cymru candidate Paul rawlinson, Conservative...

Trafodaethau rheolaeth mynyddoedd

Ar brynhawn dydd Gwener, Mawrth 18, treuliodd Dafydd Elis- Thomas AC Meirionnydd a Liz Saville roberts AS amser ar fynydd fferm Fedw Arian, rhyduchaf ger y Bala yn trafod ei reolaeth. roeddynt yng nghwmni...

Access to EU markets vital for lamb exports

WHILE the quality of Welsh Lamb is well recognised throughout Wales it is also increasingly being recognised further afield. In Europe, where the market for Welsh meat is worth close to £200 million a...

Standing up for farmers

A BIG breakfast was organised by FUW’s Anglesey branch last month to support the national Fair Trade campaign “Sit down for breakfast, stand up for farmers!”. The breakfast on March 9 at Cartio Môn...

Teyrnged i Dewi Iorwerth Thomas

Crynodeb o’r deyrnged a draddwyd yn angladd Dewi Iorwerth Thomas WRTH inni ddiolch am fywyd Dewi Thomas (gweler ar y dde) hoffwn ein bod yn meddwl am yr adnod gyfarwydd hon, y Gwynfyd hwn,...

Cautious welcome for 2016 budget

THE introduction of a new sugar tax on the soft drinks industry in two years’ time as outlined in George Osborne’s 2016 budget was welcomed by the FUW. The levy is to be calculated...

Don’t sell off future of farming

COUNCIL-OWNED farms are a national asset under threat of being sold off to balance the books, Plaid Cymru’s shadow rural affairs minister has warned. Llyr Gruffydd pledged that a Plaid Cymru government would prioritise...

Organisation key to spring calving success

AS thoughts turn to spring calving time spent planning now will be time well spent to ensure problems are minimised, writes National Beef Association’s (NBA) animal health committee member Keith Cutler. The aim is...

Farmgate pricing report must prompt real action

THE National Sheep Association (NSA) has welcomed the environment, food and rural affairs (Efra) committee’s enquiry into farmgate pricing and called for “real action” to be taken on its recommendations. Following several years of...