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FUW MOURNS PASSING OF LIFE MEMBER MEURIG VOYLE

FUW stalwart Meurig Voyle ‐ who was appointed county executive officer for Denbigh during 1966, and subsequently, during 1968, was given responsibility for the county of Flint ‐ has sadly passed away. Responding to...

Weather summit welcomed as an important step

The FUW has described a Welsh Government weather summit held at the Royal Welsh Show as an important step in terms of taking action to minimise current and future impacts of the weather on...

STARK CONTRAST BETWEEN EU AND UK AGRI DISCUSSIONS

FUW president Glyn Roberts has raised concerns over the stark contrast between discussions taking place within the UK on the future of agriculture and equivalent EU discussions on the continent – highlighting worrying differences...

The sun may still shine on us

by Glyn Roberts, FUW president Welcome to the may edition of Y Tir! I’m sure many of you will be able to breathe a sigh of relief now that lambing is either finished or...

LIVE EXPORTS BAN WOULD BE ‘SHORTSIGHTED’

A bAn on live animal exports would be ‘remarkably shortsighted’ given the uncertainty around a post-brexit trade deal and agricultural tariffs, the FUW has said. The UK and Welsh Governments launched a call for...