The Farmers’ Union of Wales is looking forward to a busy, #farmingmatters focused Usk show, on Saturday 14 September, which is being held at the 100 acre Usk Showground near the village of Gwernesney just outside Usk.
The event, which has been held on the second Saturday in September since 1844, celebrates the very best of Monmouthshire farming and rural life.
FUW Gwent County Executive Officer Glyn Davies said: “We are really looking forward to Usk show - it is a time to show the quality of produce, a time to meet and catch up with old friends and a time to demonstrate the value of agriculture to a wider audience.
“I have no doubt that we will see many people with little or no background in agriculture who are increasingly interested in food, food production, quality produce and buying locally here at the show.
“We extend a warm welcome to them and our members to join us for a cup of tea and plenty of #farmingmatters chats.
“Our team is also looking forward to discussions with local politicians and we will be using the time to reinforce our concerns, including future trade arrangements and wider environmental concerns.”