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Pembrokeshire Farmer

The badger vaccination programme in the north Pembrokeshire Intensive Action Area is in the fifth of eight planned cycles. (36677400)

Long wait for badgers verdict

Dai Ll Davies is presented with a framed certificate by FFW Chair, Pembrokeshire dairy farmer Joy Smith (36598157)

Honour for FFW founder

Andrew Phillips says grass is integral to the livestock system at Windsor Farm.
PICTURE: Debbie James
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Key elements to sheep success

Dr Sarah Beynon says dung beetles thrive in unimproved, permanent pasture (36591795)

Vital role for dung beetles

Top spot for food and farming jobs

Peter Rees using a modern five furrow reversible plough
PICTURE: Meyrick Brown (36590084)

County hosts Wales ploughing event again

Many combinable crops have yet to be harvested in Pembrokeshire.
PICTURE: Debbie James (36589598)

Wet weather threatens harvest disaster

Top NFU man speaks at meeting

Common Development Officer Gareth Waters  (36506512)

Graziers find common ground in £35m scheme

North Pembrokeshire Farmers Club president, Keith Williams, presents the beef championship award for the two year old Belgian Blue heifer shown by Delyth Jones of Penrhiwllan, Llandysul
PICTURE: Meyrick Brown (36504114)

Top breeders head for the hills

Winner of the commercial cattle section, Andrew Phillips, is seen being presented with the exquisite Booby Rogers trophy by Mr Roger Minchin, President
PICTURE: Meyrick Brown (36500588)

Historic event heads for 200 years

Starch levels are greater when there are more grains in the cob and less plant material.
PICTURE: Debbie James (36496995)

Finding a way through the maize maze

The supreme championship from the sheep entries at Nevern Show was given to Andrew Thomas with his two year old Texel ewe
PICTURE: Meyrick Brown (36494164)

Nevern shows off its big heart

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

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

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
PICTURE: (S) (36197618)

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
PICTURE: (S) (35133784)

Union holds crisis talks over dairy and lamb

Michelle Evans

Pig farmers chosen as ambassadors

Wales YFC Youth Forum members meet with the Children’s Commissioner for Wales, Sally Holland

Youth forum meet Children's Commissioner

A pupil of Ysgol y Frenni, Crymych Cerys Fflur Davies. seven, won the local calf class with her 4 month old Holstein heifer, Cardsland Edward Flo, and she also runner-up in the calf handler class

161st Cardigan Show is best ever

Farm Watch scheme launched in county

Eleri Lloyd’s legacy will live on.PICTURE: Debbie James

Eleri leaves a lasting legacy

Eirlys Jones with her winning interbreed ram lamb

Pembrokeshire flock enjoys unprecedented show success

Rachel Bachelor says it is important to get heifers off to a good start.PICTURE: Debbie James

Weighing up heavier heifers

Debbie James, Pembrokeshire Farmer reporter (33420676)

Why we need to change our thinking

Lloyd Thomas, pictured with Jon Swain, of the Farm Energy Centre, is keen to reduce the annual energy consumption at Plas Farm.PICTURE: Debbie James

Energy plan set to save £6,000 a year

Stephen Morse can monitor how his herd reacts to changes in the ration.PICTURE: Debbie James

Ear tag alert aids herd management

Haverfordwest creamery wins cheese award

Herbed roast lamb with roast potatoes and stir-fried vegetables. (32688774)

WIs stand up for Welsh food

European Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan opens the Show

EU Commissioner gets the farming message

Managing director Dai Miles is looking for new suppliers

Hard-hit dairy farmers urged to consider organic options

Sarah Whitfield with her show champion, the two year old pony, Moorland White River, receives the championship trophy from supreme judges, Mr and Mrs Anthony Williams

Sarah rides off with Hunt show trophy

Charity ball helps farmers in difficulty

Charity ball helps farmers in difficulty

Livestock markets such as Newcastle Emlyn have been hit by falling prices and falling interest from farmers

Anger grows as lamb prices fall

Farm manager Gethin Brown (right) is pictured with Chris James of James Brothers (Enterprises) Ltd

County farmer wins top grassland award

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

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

Hill farms come out on top in BPS deal

A still from the Youtube video

Young farmers in bid for video prize

Plaid Cymru AM Elin Jones

'Ceredigion farmers suffer as prices hit rock bottom'

County farmer wins top grassland award

Female students were commended for their successes in Agricultural Engineering

Sirgar students pick up their prizes

Will Prichard with his dairy herd

Omega-packed milk set for launch

Auction raises £7,000 for ploughing event

Carving a joint of beef at John Davies's testimonial dinner are MC Eleri Sion, and guest speakers Derek Bevan and Canon Dorrien Davies, with John Davies

Testimonial raises money for farming charity

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

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