Category: Young Farmers

Clebran ac actio brwd Ceredigion

CYNHALIWYD cystadlaethau siarad cyhoeddus Cymraeg CFfI Ceredigion yng Nghampws Coleg Felinfach ar ddiwedd mis Ionawr. Cafwyd diwrnod hwylus iawn gydag aelodau o 13 o glybiau’r sir yn dangos eu doniau wrth gystadlu, gyda’r beirniaid...

Chance to step on to the farming ladder

WALES YFC and National Trust Eryri have just begun the search for the fourth Llyndy Isaf Scholar. Llyndy Isaf is a 614-acre upland livestock unit in Snowdonia’s Nant Gwynant Valley. The partnership between Wales...

Eryri winners

ERYRI YFC’s annual public speaking competition – sponsored by Rondo Media – was a long eventful night of debating, junior reading and job applications through the medium of Welsh. Judges were Rhian Parry, Dei...

Dramâu ffermwyr ifanc Meirionnydd

UN o brif ddigwyddiadau calendr y ffermwyr ifanc ym Meirionnydd eleni oedd y gystadleuaeth dramâu, a changen Meirionnydd o Undeb Amaethwyr Cymru oedd yn noddi’r achlysur Cafwyd dwy noson o adloniant gyda saith drama...

FUW leader presents YFC trophies

FUW Anglesey branch president Tom Jones recently presented the trophies to the winners of the county YFC junior and senior members competitions held at Anglesey Showground. Judges of the junior member competition were ex-...

Gwynedd helps choose top members

FUW Caernarfon county executive officer Gwynedd Watkin and Conwy county councillor Wyn Ellis Jones recently had the hard job of choosing Eryri YFC’s senior and junior members of the year at Rhosgadfan Mountain Rangers...

Glamorgan sheep farmers chosen NSA ambassadors

TWO young Glamorganshire sheep farmers have been selected by the National Sheep Association (NSA) to represent the sheep industry in its 2016 Next Generation Ambassador programme. Jacob Anthony, 22, has taken over the sheep...

Young farmers told to ‘own your own destiny’

WALES YFC members attending the movement’s recent annual rural affairs conference were told by McDonalds franchise owner and former Carmarthenshire dairy farmer Ron Mounsey, to “own your own destiny”. Mr Mounsey farmed for 20...