Category: FUW News

Sheep theft warning

FUW member Alan Price who farms at Dafadfa Isaf, Gwynfe, Llangadog, in partnership with his wife Ellen has urged farmers throughout the county to be vigilant after the recent theft of several in-lamb ewes...

Blwyddyn brysur Meirionnydd

ROEDD yr ystafell yn orlawn yng Nghlwb Rygbi Dolgellau ar Ionawr 30 ar gyfer cyfarfod blynyddol cangen Meirionnydd, Undeb Amaethwyr Cymru, ysgrifenna Huw T Jones. Cadeiriwyd y cyfarfod gan Robert Wyn Evans, Fferm Sylfaen,...

Bid to bring back pine martens

NOW is a critical time for the pine marten in Wales as the species stands on a knife-edge, writes Hilary Macmillan of the Vincent Wildlife Trust. The trust is behind a new project to...

Montgomery farmers raise concerns

FARMING representatives from the FUW’s Montgomeryshire branch met with top level politicians when they visited Welshpool Livestock Sales recently. Members questioned William Hague MP, who recently bought Cyfronydd Hall and was paying a visit...

Brecwastau blasus Dinbych a Fflint

Unwaith eto eleni cynhaliodd canghennau Dinbych a Fflint frecwastau i godi arian tuag at Elusen y Llywydd sef tŷ Gobaith a tŷ hafan. Cynhaliwyd y brecwast cyntaf ar fferm Pontruffydd, Bodfari drwy garedigrwydd Brynmor...

Llwyddiant ysgubol brecwastau Meirionnydd

Cynhaliodd cangen Meirionnydd Undeb amaethwyr Cymru dri brecwast llwyddiannus iawn i gyd-fynd â digwyddiad blynyddol Wythnos Brecwast Fferm (Ionawr 26-30) – ymgyrch a drefnwyd ers y flwyddyn 2000 gan Yr Awdurdod Ydau Cartref. dyma’r...

Caernarfonshire raise £7,000

ONCE again the Caernarfonshire branch of the FUW rang the wake-up alarm bells to promote the wonderful food produced in Wales and highlight the benefits of eating a healthy breakfast during last month’s annual...