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Cadw Golwg o Ben Talar

Wele gwawriodd blwyddyn newydd arall ac mae 2015 yn debygol o fod yn un bwysig iawn i’r dyfodol. Rydym yn gwybod yn barod fod newidiadau yn dod yn y ffordd mae’r Polisi Amaeth Cyffredin...

Y Byd o Ben y Bannau

Golygai godi tua chwech o’r gloch y bore ac o fewn hanner awr fe alwai Tom Bryngors i’n cyfarch â’i waedd o ‘Blwyddyn Newydd Dda!’. Yna dychwelwn gyda Tom i Fryngors i ddymuno’r un...

Butchery courses boost for farmers

THE Food Technology Centre at Coleg Menai, Llangefni, Anglesey, is running a series of oneday courses in meat butchery skills that farmers will have to pay just 25 per cent of the full cost...

£20m to help develop campus welcomed

WELSH Government finance and business minister Jane Hutt’s announcement that Aberystwyth University’s Innovation and Enterprise Campus (AIEC) will be the first multi-million pound project to receive substantial backing through the new £2 billion EU...

Conwy farm ventures into new pig meat products

CIG Howatson Meat, based deep in the Conwy countryside at Blaen y Nant farm, Llannefydd, is home to a family business creating award-winning artisan cured meats such as salami and chorizo from homereared pigs...

Sales are on the up for British Wool

STRON G clearances at British Wool auctions are continuing and the hope is this increased demand can be maintained throughout the 2014 selling season, BWMB South Wales Board member Gethin Havard told farmers at...

Coleg Cambria students celebrate success

THREE students from Coleg Cambria in north Wales picked up various Lantra land-based learner of the year awards during the Winter Fair. Imogen Jones won the animal health and welfare, horticulture and environmental industries...

Hill farmerls book launch

WELSH hill farmer Gareth Wyn Jones took time out from filming for a new BBC Wales series on farming and food to promote his new book at the Winter Fair The social networking stockman...

Farm student best in his field

AN agriculture student from Ceredigion has clinched a prestigious award thanks to his dedication to becoming the best in his field. Huw Milwyn Lewis, who studies at Coleg Meirion- Dwyfor in Gwynedd, won the...