Monthly Archive: May 2016

Cadw Golwg o Ben Talar

gan Aubrey Davies MAE llawer o berchnogion cŵn yn gallu bod yn ddiofal neu hyd yn oed anystyriol yn y modd maent yn gofalu am eu cŵn. Daw hyn yn amlwg yn y nifer...

Ydych chi’n cael trafferth gyda’r SAF?

OS ydych yn cael trafferth gyda’ch Ffurflen Cais Sengl (SAF) – peidiwch â phoeni! Mae staff Undeb Amaethwyr Cymru ar draws y wlad yn cynnig help llaw i ffermwyr gyda’i ceisiadau yn 2016. Ni...

Family farms Brexit fears

WELSH Liberal Democrat deputy leader Mark Williams raised the concerns of small family farmers in his Ceredigion constituency about a potential British exit from the EU during questions in the Commons last month. Mr...

Investment for abattoir sector

MEAT MATTERS by Gwyn Howells, HCC chief executive CATTLE, sheep and pig slaughtering businesses in Wales contribute a huge £461m every year to the Welsh economy, an HCC sectoral analysis concludes. Industry throughput is...

Basic payment application reminder

PROPERTY MATTERS by James Neame, of Davis Meade Property Consultants FARMERS in Wales are being advised to start their 2016 Basic Payment application as soon as possible as they may have to wait to...

Darren is new FUW advisory panel member

FUW younger voice for farming committee chairman Darren Williams is the union’s representative on the new Agricultural Advisory Panel for Wales. A tenant farmer at Talwen Fawr, near Brecon, Mr Williams is also vice...

UK Dairy Day announces 2016 judges

THIS year’s UK Dairy Day will showcase the “very best breeding cattle and breeders” featuring classes for Ayrshire, Brown Swiss, Dairy Shorthorn, Jersey and the National Holstein Show. The show ring will be a...

Dispelling myth of flat-capped farmers

WITH modern farming using the latest technology and innovations, the National Sheep Association (NSA) is keen to dispel the outdated stereotype of the flat-capped farmer bent on holding up traffic in his tractor. James...