Monthly Archive: October 2017

Cig oen, masnach ac #AmaethAmByth

gan Glyn Roberts, llywydd UAC Wrth i’r haf ein gadael ni a ninnau wedi mwynhau tymor sioeau llwyddiannus, rydym bellach yn troi’n golygon at ddechrau paratoi at yr hydref. Dechreuodd mis Medi gyda’r ‘Wythnos...

SUPER CONSULTATION RAISES CONCERNS

FARMeRS from across Wales have expressed major concerns regarding the proposals made in the Welsh Government’s “Taking Forward Wales’ Sustainable Management of Natural Resources” consultation, and the fact that such a large number of...

There’s a revolution on the way!

by Alan Davies, FUW managing director The uncertainties of Brexit are discussed in this and many other media outlets on a regular basis and it really is true to say that we just don’t...

Castell Howell Foods open day success

The agricultural show season may be over, but the fundraising activities of the Carmarthenshire Royal Welsh Advisory Committee continues. One of the most recent events was a joint function organised by Castell howell Foods...

Labour recognition welcomed by FUW

The Labour party’s support for keeping the UK in the single market and customs union for a transitional period after leaving the eU has been welcomed by the FUW. Speaking at the union’s September...

Montgomery YFC Field Day

THE annual Montgomery YFC Field Day was held on September 23 at Efail Wag, Llanrhaeadr ym Mochnant by kind permission of Rees and Sally Roberts and family. The Field Day was very well supported...

Achievement award for FUW

FUW deputy president Brian Thomas (pictured right) represented the FUW at the Swansea Supporter Conference, held in Swansea University last month. FUW raised over £39,000 for BHF Cymru over the past two years of...

Quarantine Units a major concern

THE threat posed to small agricultural shows through the introduction of Quarantine Units was hotly debated at Bedwellty and Llangynidr show, with farmers voicing their concern about the new regulations which came into force...