Category: FUW News

Livestock worrying remains high on FUW agenda

In co-operation with the Animal Welfare Network Wales, the FUW held a two-day seminar on livestock worrying at the Royal Welsh Winter Fair. The seminars heard from Hope Rescue who spoke about ‘Dog Training...

Reminder of changes to Farm Business Grant

The FUW is reminding members of the upcoming changes to the Farm Business Grants (FBG) application process, which is transferring to Rural Payments Wales Online for the third, and any future rounds of the...

Winter Fair hamper winner

CONGRATULATIONS: The winner of the FUW’s Winter Fair hamper was Leanne Davies from Builth Wells. Handing over the hamper is FUW membership marketing manager Meryl Roberts (left) to Leanne’s sister Holly Davies and her...

Come and join us for breakfast

There really is no better place for bonding people together and sharing ideas than over good food – and because the FUW wants to continue to make sure that the voice of Welsh farming...

#FarmingMatters and Brexit talks

FUW policy team delegate for Mid Wales – Ian Rickman (left) opened the gates to his farm Gurnos, an upland sheep farm near Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, for journalist Annamari Sipila (far right) the London correspondent...

Students enjoy farm tour in Meirionnydd

GeoGraphy students from Bangor University recently enjoyed a farm tour in Meirionnydd and used the opportunity to discuss #FarmingMatters with the FUW. opening the gates to her 70 ha farm, Fferm y Llan in...

Glamorgan farmers enjoy quiz night for charity

The glamorgan branch of the fuW held a successful President’s charity Quiz night, raising vital funds for Alzheimer’s society cymru and the farming community network (fcn). the event was held on friday, november 24...