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Farming News

Winner of the Pembrokeshire Agricultural Society Bursary Award was 19-year-old Scott Robinson of Parc Y Bryn Farm, Llandissilio. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (36361090)

Farmers of the future recognised at awards

Clynderwen couple Dill and Mostyn Davies, pictured with NFU Cymru's Howell Davies and son of Idris Davies, Geraint Davies, were awarded the prestigious Idris Davies Memorial Award for their tireless work with the YFC. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (36349301)

Farming stalwarts honoured with awards

Founder Dai Davies receives a certificate marking his appointment as Honourary Life President of the Future Farmers of Wales organisation from current chairman Joy Smith
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Honour for Dai Davies, founder of Future Farmers of Wales

Force tackles rural crime

The dairy and lamb crisis was high on the agenda for FUW committee chairmen
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Union holds crisis talks over dairy and lamb

Michelle Evans

Pig farmers chosen as ambassadors

Farm Watch scheme launched in county

European Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan opens the Show

EU Commissioner gets the farming message

Phil Rees stands in a crop of Marco forage maize less than a week ago

Maize adds to silage recipe

Large, extensive hill farms will gain substantially under Wales’ new BPSPICTURE: Debbie James

Hill farms come out on top in BPS deal

Plaid Cymru AM Elin Jones

'Ceredigion farmers suffer as prices hit rock bottom'

Firefighters succeed in moo-ving trapped cows along

Firefighters succeed in moo-ving trapped cows along

Farmers Martin Mathias and Richard Prout are pictured with Jonathan Hughes of the National Trust at the silt traps at Castle Dock Woods, StackpolePICTURE: Debbie James.

Clean-up plan for lake system

Howell EdwardsPICTURE: Meyrick Brown

Equestrian student wins prize

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Biggest dairy co-op joins price cut move

Tractor 'road rage' warning to farmers

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In the team events the winners were the Pembroke Community SchoolPICTURE: Meyrick Brown (30123705)

50 years on the trot helping the disabled

Hereford dispersal proves big draw

New team at the helm – Brian Walters, Richard Vaughan, Brian Thomas, Eifion Huws, Glyn Roberts, Dewi Owen and Brian Bowen

New deputy is campaigns veteran

Standing down: Emyr Jones is bowing out at president of the FUW.PICTURE: Debbie James

End of an era as Emyr steps down

Rustlers target Welsh 'soft option'

Photo Arvid Parry Jones 13June05 Ref Barry Alston; farmers Union of Wales AGM. FUW President Gareth Vaughan awards for services to agriculture to juurnalist and broadcaster Sulwyn Thomas (Left) and to Carmarthenshire farmer Nick Somerfield (Right) Pic 6 (

Former FUW county chair dies

New milk price cut to farmers

New milk price cut to farmers

OPINION: 'The UK has long been over dependent on food imports'

The successful applicant will care for a flock of Welsh Mountain sheepPICTURE: Debbie James

Conservation project leads to shepherd search for Snowdonia flock

Cow grazing on the cliff top above FishguardPICTURE: Wales Farmer/Western Telegraph (26181114)

Clock ticking on land declarations: Single Application Forms deadline today

Wales YFC chairman Iwan Meirion. (19671816)

YFC calls for support

Meeting set to discuss the Haven

The total value of Welsh lamb exported was £112m in 2010, £133m in 2011, £124m in 2012 and £154.7m in 2013.  (19669667)

Daffodil and Welsh lamb exports 'higher than ever' says minister

Pembrokeshire farmer banned from keeping animals for seven years

Pembrokeshire farmer banned from keeping animals for seven years

EXPANSION: Puffin Produce Commercial Manager, James Smith (left) and Quinton Davies, owner of James Davies Ltd.  (12478743)

Puffin Produce boxes clever in £2m expansion

Future Farmers of Wales new top team. Left Chairman, Pembrokeshire farmer Joy Smith, President Professor E. Wynne Jones and Secretary, Agricultural lawyer, Nerys Llewelyn Jones. (13346605)

THINK TANK ROLE: Joy ready to meet new challenges with Future Farmers of Wales

Beef and sheep farmer Carwyn James from Crymych, the winner of this year’s Farming Connect Agri-Academy Business & Innovation challenge. (13654933)

CHALLENGE WINNER: Award for innovation goes to Crymych beef and sheep farmer Carwyn James

First Milk carries on winning export contracts

GV Farming in Wales - sheep in field
Picture: Holly Robinson/Western Telegraph (13756632)

One-to-one help on hand for Welsh farmers

The Eco-system Enterprise Partnership will create a collaborative framework between land managers and owners, industry, commerce, government and the third sector to develop and pilot an Eco-bank - a nutrient offsetting scheme for the Milford Haven Waterwa

Pembrokeshire projects to be helped by £3million fund to tackle declining biodiversity

The NFU says support for Welsh dairy farmers from public, processors and retailers is vital after farmgate milk prices have fallen by around 25% in recent months. (11393947)

Supporting Welsh dairy farmers is 'vital'

YESS window opens for final applications

FARMING TALK: From left: FUW vice president Richard Vaughan, Stephen Crabb MP, Simon Hart MP, FUW Pembrokeshire county chairman Hywel Vaughan and FUW Pembrokeshire president John Savins. (10005221)

FUW and politicians discuss beef crisis, single payment and labelling at show

The sheep flock at Windsor Farm is predominately Suffolk-cross Mules and Welsh Mules. ..PICTURE: Debbie James.... (8675470)

Sheep farmers sought for flock health project

PEDAL POWER: Thomas arrives at Tiers Cross YFC.

County chairman gets on his bike for charity

PICTURE GALLERY: Pembrokeshire County Show - Around the showground

PICTURE GALLERY: Pembrokeshire County Show - Around the showground

SKILL AND PRECISION: Ploughing demonstrations went on throughout the day. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (9636589)

Record crowds flock to Camrose

BRIGHT AND BREEZY: Pembrokeshire Young Farmer of the Year Katie Davies (right), Meinir Owens, and Hafwen and Mair Rees braved the breeze to smile for the camera. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (9605176)

Pulling out all the stops for County Show Ladies Day

Sheep farmers sought for flock health project

GOOD CROWD: Around 550 people attended Velindre Farm's open day. PIC: Western Telegraph. (9416647)

Crowds moo-ve in for farm open day

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'Encouraging fall' in bovine TB cases welcomed

Nominations sought for FUW award

The Welsh Simmental Club is offering an incentive to encourage farmers to use Simmental bulls. (9096741)

Incentive to promote Simmental breed

Snowdon hill farm sale challenge

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