Category: FUW News

Update from our Policy team

by Gareth Parry, FUW Policy Communications Officer TODAY is day 90 of UK lockdown. Plans which will soon allow for non-essential shops to reopen, children to return to school and the abolishment of the...

by Royal Welsh Agricultural Society Chief Executive, Steve Hughson Much has changed in the last year. Who would have thought, as we celebrated the 100th Royal Welsh Show that a worldwide pandemic would lead...

Here for you during these unprecedented times

by Mark Williams, Life Consultant, FUW Insurance Services Ltd We are living in unprecedented times! Usually we have people or institutions to draw upon for their experiences and lessons learned, but this time there...

NEWYDDION O’R SIR / FUW COUNTY NEWS

ANGLESEY Sefydlu busnes godro defaid gan Huw Jones, aelod UAC Ynys Môn Mae creu bywoliaeth i berson ifanc yng nghefn gwlad yn dalcen caled ac i’r perwyl hwnnw bûm yn edrych ar amrywiol syniadau...

TB testing derogation for youngstock welcomed

The decision by Welsh Government to exempt cattle under 180 days of age from routine or targeted surveillance bovine TB testing in unrestricted herds has been welcomed by the FUW as a pragmatic approach...

Tribute to Oriel Jones

ORIEL JONES passed away peacefully at home with his family on Wednesday May 6 2020. Having been born in Llangeitho in 1930, Oriel spent his early childhood in London, returning to his uncle Jac’s...

restrictions are fundamentally important

by Glyn Roberts, FUW President AS farmers, we are well used to rules relating to infectious disease control, and while we may disagree with some of these – especially when they are only applied...

Keep dogs on a lead reminder

Recent reports of dog attacks on livestock during the covid-19 pandemic have prompted the FUW to urge dog walkers to keep dogs on a lead when exercising in the countryside. FUW Animal Health and...