Farming

Farming

Bird flu restrictions end

THE CABINET Secretary for Environment and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths has announced the Avian Influenza Prevention Zone, which expired on April 30, will...

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Election caution from farmers

THERESA MAY’S announcement of a General Election for June 8, has been met with caution by farmers’ unions. FUW President Glyn Roberts commented: “We have long...

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Princess Anne steps in on GM crops

PRINCESS ANNE has once again expressed controversial views on farming in an interview with the BBC’s Farming Today programme. Princess Anne told BBC Radio 4...

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‘Made in Wales’ policies needed

THE CLIMATE Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee has been looking at the potential impact leaving the EU will have on the sector. The Committee sets...

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Glyphosate ‘not a carcinogen’

THE EUROPEAN CHEMICALS AGENCY (ECHA) Committee for Risk Assessment (RAC) agrees to maintain the current harmonised classification of glyphosate as a substance...

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Schmallenberg update

THE ANIMAL health agency APHA and levy board AHDB are urging livestock producers across the country to submit lambs with suspected Schmallenberg virus (SBV)...

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Farming the lesson of the day

CHILDREN in Narberth, Pembrokeshire have been given the opportunity to learn about the importance of food and farming thanks to a new teaching resource. Pupils...

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Naked lambs flock to London

WHEN SOHO’S new Temper barbecue restaurant opened its doors in November, with a promise to source the very best meat from across the UK, little did its owners...

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£18m funding for Glastir Advanced

LESLEY GRIFFITHS, Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Rural Affairs, has announced the opening of a new round of funding, worth over £18 million, for Glastir...

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