Monthly Archive: July 2016

Show your support for farm safety week 2016

  Monday, July 4, marked the start of the fourth annual Farm Safety Week, an initiative launched in 2013 aiming to reduce the number of accidents which continue to give agriculture the poorest record...

Capital grants available for farmers in Wales

Property Matters by By Kathryn Lewis of Davis Meade Property Consultants, Oswestry Land managers and farmers across Wales have an opportunity to apply for capital works funding under the new Glastir small Grants scheme....

Helping to cut food waste

WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE by Rhian Connick, Head of National Federation of Women’s Institutes – Wales The WI is the largest voluntary women’s organisation in the UK with almost 220,000 members in over 6,300 WIs. In...

Butchery win for Hannah

Sixteen-year-old Hannah Blakey from Leeds City College has been crowned the victor of the Welsh heat of the WorldSkills butchery competition. Hannah beat off tough competition from 19-year-old Peter Rushforth from Swans Farm Shop...