Category: FUW News

Essential that we make our views heard to MPs

by Glyn Roberts, FUW President ON Wednesday October 21, the Council of the european Union agreed its position on reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), and two days later the eU Parliament adopted...

It’s all fun and games

by Gareth Parry, FUW Policy Communications Officer IF there is at least one thing that we can learn from this ongoing pandemic, it is that Covid-19 and Brexit actually have something in common. Like...

Llythyr i’r Golygydd

Da iawn Mr Glyn Powell, o’r diwedd anrhydedd llawn haeddiannol. Mae’n amlwg os gwnewch enw i’ch hun ar lwyfan fel canwr, trwy gyfrwng barddoniaeth neu ar gae chwaraeon, fe gewch anrhydedd yn ifanc iawn....

Bachwch ar y cyfle!

gan Siôn Ifans, Cadeirydd UAC Sir Feirionnydd Dwi’n rhan o bartneriaeth yma ym Mryn Uchaf, Llanymawddwy gyda fy ngwraig a fy rhieni yng nghyfraith. Ffarm fynydd ydy Bryn Uchaf gyda diadell o 900 o...

What you need to know about becoming a landlord

by Jackie Burrows, Business Development Manager, FUW Insurance Services Ltd consider before you do. Flexibility Being a landlord gives you the flexibility of organising your own work schedule. To make sure you’re prepared for...

Precision Technologies – Environmental benefits?

by Dr David Cutress, Farming Connect Knowledge Exchange Hub, IBERS, Aberystwyth University the farming sector is becoming increasingly pushed to consider the environmental impacts that its practices are having both locally and globally. Agriculture...

Get your ducks in line for slurry storage

NoW is the time to get the ball rolling if you are considering extending or modifying your farm buildings, yard areas, silage clamps and slurry stores, as the Welsh Government have recently announced that...