Daily Archive: May 1, 2018

The sun may still shine on us

by Glyn Roberts, FUW president Welcome to the may edition of Y Tir! I’m sure many of you will be able to breathe a sigh of relief now that lambing is either finished or...

LIVE EXPORTS BAN WOULD BE ‘SHORTSIGHTED’

A bAn on live animal exports would be ‘remarkably shortsighted’ given the uncertainty around a post-brexit trade deal and agricultural tariffs, the FUW has said. The UK and Welsh Governments launched a call for...

NEWYDDION SIROL UAC/FUW COUNTY NEWS

GLAMORGAN Glimmer of hope for Cowbridge Livestock Market It appears that farmers in the Vale of Glamorgan can keep a speck of hope when it comes to the livestock market here in Cowbridge. The...

More Shenanigans expected

by Alan Davies, FUW managing director I was at a meeting recently discussing issues around Brexit and the frameworks for the future. It was a pretty serious session, but one word quickly became the...

Rydym yn chwilio am enwebiadau

Rydym yn chwilio am eich enwebiad chi i Wobr Goffa Bob davies UAC. mae’r wobr – er cof am ohebydd y Farmers Weekly, Bob davies, a fu farw ym mis Tachwedd 2009 – yn...

Camu mewn i fyd o hud a lledrith

Ladi Fach Tŷ Ni yw ysbrydoliaeth Cornel Clecs y mis yma. dros wyliau’r Pasg cafodd waith cartref i’w wneud yn seiliedig ar chwedlau. Faint o chwedlau ydych chi’n ymwybodol ohonynt ac yn bwysicach oll,...

Practical and pastoral support for farming families

WE have so much to thank Welsh farmers for. As well as providing high-quality food and drink, they are also responsible for preserving the beautiful Welsh countryside, protecting the environment and looking after local...

Dementia Action Week

Alzheimer’s society’s Dementia Awareness Week has been renamed as Dementia Action Week. This year, it takes place from May 21- 27 2018 and Alzheimer’s society is calling on everyone in Wales to unite today...