Category: FUW News

Will we see a rise in undernourishment?

by Anne Dunn, FUW Press Officer For decades we have seen the number of hungry people across the world declining. That is sadly no longer the case according to the Food and Agriculture organization...

Dairy farms would be pushed ‘over the edge’

Dairy farmers in Wales have spoken of their deep concern that water quality regulations published in draft form by Environment, Energy and rural affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths would push dairy farms ‘over the edge’....

Union congratulates Sir Keir Starmer MP

From left, newly elected Leader of the Labour Party Sir Keir Starmer and FUW Glamorgan County Chairman Richard Walker with daughter Meredith during the farm visit. FUW President Glyn Roberts was one of the...

Meet the Carmarthenshire office team

David Waters County Executive Officer How long with the Union? Began working for the FUW in December 2013 Previous jobs/education? Whitland Grammar School, Dyfed County Council trained to be a Highways Technician (5 Years),...

Emergency measures welcomed

THE FUW has welcomed a range of emergency measures announced by the Welsh Government in relation to the Basic Payment and Glastir Schemes. In line with the FUW’s calls, Minister for Environment, Energy and...