ThE Anglesey branch of the FUW enjoyed a busy two-day county show with #FarmingMatters chats, children’s competitions and plenty of entertainment keeping visitors to the stand entertained.
Members raised specific farming matters with Rhun ap Iorwerth AM and Llyr huws Gruffydd AM at an open surgery, with a strong focus on the current Sustainable Farming and our Land consultation.
Those concerned about rural crime stopped by for advice on how to keep their property and livestock safe, with ‘Quad Claw’ and Arfon Jones North Wales Police, Police and Crime Commissioner and the North Wales rural crime team on hand to help.
FUW Anglesey County Executive Officer Alaw Jones said: “Rural crime, including farm machinery thefts and livestock worrying, are also still a big problem for our farmers and we had good discussions with Arfon Jones at the show about it. Together I feel we can make a real difference to some of the problems our members are facing.”