Monthly Archive: November 2016

Farm visit showcases the struggles farmers face

IN a bid to highlight just how much #FarmingMatters to the wider rural economy, the FUW, alongside local businesses, met the National Assembly for Wales Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee at a...

Transition concern

THE FUW has expressed concern about uncertainties around support for agriculture in the years leading up to Brexit and beyond. FUW president Glyn Roberts said: “We were very pleased to hear of early commitments...

Young Farmer Focus

Beca Glyn, 23, graduated from Aberystwyth University in (BSC) Agriculture and Business and now works on the 350 acre National Trust family beef and sheep farm in Snowdonia National Park at Dylasau Uchaf, Padog,...

Arwel takes the lead as Wales YFC chairman

ARWEL Jones from Carmarthenshire YFC is the new chairman of Wales YFC. Elected by the members at Wales YFC’s Annual General Meeting held last month at Gregynog Hall, Newtown. Arwel will lead the organisation...

CFfI Llangwyryfon ar y brig

CYNHALIWYD Diwrnod Maes CFfI Ceredigion ar fferm IBERS, Aberystwyth yn ddiweddar. Bu cystadlu brwd drwy gydol y dydd, wrth i 17 o glybiau’r sir gymryd rhan gyda dros 210 o aelodau yn cystadlu mewn...

2016 Smithfield Festival appeals to all sectors

WITH a wide range of technical seminars, trade stands, top class livestock and free entrance, this year’s Smithfield Festival on the 15 and 16 November in Peterborough, promises to offer something for everyone involved...