The Farmers’ Union of Wales is looking forward to a busy Welsh Dairy Show (Tuesday, 29 October), with #FarmingMatters and the future of the industry high on the agenda.
Speaking ahead of the event, FUW Vice President Dai Miles said: “We look forward to welcoming members to the Union stand and those visiting the show are also invited to join us for some warming cawl at our outside trailer.
“There will be plenty of #FarmingMatters chats and we look forward to discussing the dairy industry with those who come to see us.”
The FUW is also looking forward to the annual eve of Welsh Dairy show farm visit, which will take place at Caws Teifi Cheese on Monday, 28 October and the evening function, held at Carmarthen Livestock Market, commencing at 7 pm.
“As is FUW tradition, we will be visiting an inspirational dairy enterprise in the afternoon of the eve of the Welsh Dairy Show and in the evening we look forward to hearing from our keynote speakers as they discuss the past and future of the dairy industry.”
Those joining the FUW at the Eve of Dairy Show function will hear from Roy Davies FRAgS, as he reviews the last 30 years of the dairy industry and current Wales YFC Senior Member of the Year Cennydd Jones will speak about the future of the sector.
“We will also be revealing who has won the coveted ‘Outstanding Service to the Welsh Dairy Industry’ Award and the Farmers’ Union of Wales - United Counties Agricultural and Hunters Society Award,” added Dai Miles.