Against a background of complete uncertainty in terms of what Brexit will mean for farming and the nation of Wales, the President of the Farmers' Union of Wales Glyn Roberts has called on Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford for good governance to protect the family farms of Wales at a Grand Council meeting of the Union at Aberystwyth, today, Monday 17 June.
Read more: Fears for the future - FUW calls for good governance to ensure stability for the family farmers of...
The Farmers’ Union of Wales (FUW) has demanded Conwy Borough County Council conduct a full investigation into its decision to aggressively pursue a case against a Great Orme farmer, after the case against him collapsed during a court hearing in Llandudno.
Read more: FUW calls for enquiry into Conwy Council’s Great Orme ‘Witch Hunt’
Farming families can play a central role in helping meet the major environmental challenges of our time, says the Farmers’ Union of Wales (FUW) on the 45th United Nations World Environment Day on June 5.
Read more: 45th United Nations World Environment Day: Welsh Family farms central to the solution
The Farmers’ Union of Wales (FUW) has given a cautious welcome to the Welsh Government’s review of responses to the Brexit and our Land consultation as a step towards recognising the threats and opportunities both Brexit and changes to rural support could bring.
Read more: Government Review of ‘Brexit and our Land’ Consultation Welcomed by FUW
The Farmers’ Union of Wales is calling for much greater emphasis to be given to the economic impacts of a bovine TB breakdown following the announcement by the Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths, that there would be a review of the compensation regime in Wales.
Read more: FUW Calls for TB Taskforce Following Compensation Review