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Fine after mast strikes power line

TWO Norfolk‐based companies have been fined after a worker suffered life‐changing injuries following an overhead power line strike. Norwich Crown Court heard that L F Papworth Ltd and T W Page & Son Ltd...

FUW award for Wales Air Ambulance

THE FUW has recognised the crucial role the Wales Air Ambulance (WAAC) plays in agriculture by awarding it with the union’s External Services to Agriculture award. The charity, on average, deals with 20 animal...

BUILDING THE RIGHT FUTURE AT WALES FARM CONFERENCE

A SUCCESSFUL conference, focused on opportunities for agriculture post Brexit, was held by the FUW at the Members Pavilion on the Royal Welsh Showground last month. The Wales Farm Conference included economist, politician and...

Ymateb cymysg i ymgynghoriad TB yng Nghymru

gan Glyn Roberts, llywydd UAC MAE UAC wedi croesawu cyhoeddiad Llywodraeth Cymru o’i bwriad i ystyried dull o brofi a difa moch daear fel cam bach i’r cyfeiriad cywir, ond bydd nifer o ffermwyr...

Butchers aim to be top of the chops

TWO competitions to find butchers who are top of the chops in Wales are set to take centre stage at this year’s Royal Welsh Winter Fair. The Welsh Young Butcher Competition is joined again...

Countdown has begun for the Royal Welsh Winter Fair

THE countdown is on for the Royal Welsh Winter Fair, members of the organising committee and representatives from the event’s three main sponsors have come together to mark the occasion. Often referred to as...

2016 Smithfield Festival appeals to all sectors

WITH a wide range of technical seminars, trade stands, top class livestock and free entrance, this year’s Smithfield Festival on the 15 and 16 November in Peterborough, promises to offer something for everyone involved...