Monthly Archive: May 2020

Domestic food procurement process must be improved

“It is essential that those businesses producing our most essential commodity are both supported and recognised in the short and longer term,” The FUW has written to Future Generations Commissioner Sophie howe, outlining the...

Extra time must be used to reconsider decision

The FUW says the extra time generated by the Welsh Government’s decision to postpone a decision on water quality regulations must be used to find an alternative to the draconian measures published in draft...

FUW Policy department update

by Gareth Parry, FUW Policy Communications Officer OUR Staff may now all be working from home, but work in the Agricultural Policy Department continues in earnest as we labour to protect the family farms...

Addressing labour shortfall during pandemic

TWO agricultural industry registers have been set up during the Covid-19 pandemic in order to address the shortfall of farm labour resources. Welsh Government through Lantra has set up a skills matching service for...

Allwch chi helpu ffermwr?

Gyda Covid-19 yn fygythiad i’r diwydiant amaeth yng Nghymru, mae Menter Môn, ar y cyd gyda nifer o bartneriaid eraill wedi sefydlu ‘Banc amaeth’ i helpu amaethwyr ym Meirionnydd, Caernarfon ac ynys Môn i...