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GOING NET ZERO - WITH BIOENERGY; NFU Cymru sets out ways Welsh farms can cut carbon emissions. Aug 6, 2020 603
Anything to make life a little easier; Some red tape trimmed from proposed stop-gap BPS scheme. Aug 6, 2020 397
'Tack sheep made a big difference' Iwan uses Aberfield genetics to push profits. Aug 6, 2020 543
Future of farming in the Welsh hills? STUDY LOOKS AT ALPACA GRAZING. Aug 6, 2020 333
Sheep attacks surge as Covid lockdown eases; Police warn dogs may suffer'separation anxiety'. Jul 30, 2020 506
Best silage ever in worst ever weather; Welsh farmers celebrate the art of preserving grass. Jul 30, 2020 437
WELSH BLACKS PRIDE; VIRTUAL ROYAL WELSH TITLES FOR WELSH BLACKS. Jul 30, 2020 384
Covid crisis prompts call for farm subsidy rethink; 'Food security must be at top of recovery agenda'. Jul 23, 2020 505
Farmers milk vending tech; WELSH DAIRY FARMS TURN TO SELF-SERVE SALES. Jul 23, 2020 532
Take advice on wind farm plan. Jul 23, 2020 360
Prepare for bumpy ride in lamb sector; Current prices are encouraging but the outlook is far from certain. Jul 23, 2020 451
WE'LL LOCK PARK DOWN AGAIN IF CASES SPIKE; CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: LATEST FROM WALES Warning along with plea to returning visitors to 'enjoy Snowdonia the right way'. Jul 18, 2020 617
Clock is ticking for glasshouse giants; Developers will walk away from PS50m scheme if deadline missed. Jul 16, 2020 607
Interim Welsh farm support is on agenda; More consultations on replacement schemes. Jul 16, 2020 476
Commission advice must be listened to; New food body to help shape future trade deals. Jul 16, 2020 400
Teacher testing under way ahead of schools' full-blown reopening; PROCESS MAY REVEAL WHETHER PUPILS PASS ON VIRUS TO STAFF. Jul 13, 2020 394
'We stood in utter disbelief'...boat owners relive Holyhead Marina disaster as battle to recover losses goes to the High Court. Jul 13, 2020 1721
Royal Welsh Show rival in 'green recovery' plea (; Nature groups lobby for change at virtual festival. Jul 9, 2020 535
'I can't see a single person in the street, it's a worrying time for all businesses in the town' CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: PWLLHELI'S LOCKDOWN STRUGGLES. Jul 6, 2020 1496
'I can't see a single person in the street, it's a worrying time for all businesses in the town'. Jul 6, 2020 1516
Royal Welsh to run as a 'virtual' event Show has novelty competitions and PS20K fundraiser. Jul 2, 2020 438
Shears event is a cut above; Online Gelert Shears format has global appeal. Jul 2, 2020 581
FIELD OF DREAMS FOR HAYFEVER SUFFERERS; N Wales team aims to crack pollen's DNA code so allergen warnings can be tailored to individuals. Jun 20, 2020 538
Agri show unveils a Covid-safe alternative; Llanfyllin Show goes virtual. Jun 18, 2020 274
Wales hits just 4% of its climate goal for tree plantings; 80ha of woodlands were planted in 2019 against a 2,000ha target. Jun 18, 2020 438
1m people demand UK food safeguards; Farmers and the House of Lords set to line up against cheap imports. Jun 18, 2020 446
Not another costly proposal for farms; Union slams nitrogen consultation. Jun 18, 2020 460
Inside lockdown at the resort where even the donkeys are furloughed; CORONAVIRUS: POSITIVE ACTIONS AS TWO RESORTS FACE UP TO PANDEMIC BARMOUTH'S MAYOR REVEALS WHY HE FEELS SORRY FOR SOME VISITORS AND THE COMMUNITY SPIRIT THAT'S THRIVED IN ADVERSITY. Jun 15, 2020 1862
I don't expect a vaccine any time soon... and we won't put economy ahead of lives; CORONAVIRUS: MINISTERS REVEAL THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME. Jun 15, 2020 1661
Fears mount over fresh equine crisis; Abandonment concerns as Covid recession bites. Jun 11, 2020 397
More glass than the Shard, bigger than Principality Stadium; Two giant low-carbon greenhouses earmarked for Wrexham site. Jun 11, 2020 526
Five-mile travel may stay in place restrictions all summer '. Jun 9, 2020 674
The world class climate hub coming to N.Wales; Earth Project will transform old quarry site into a hi-tech visitor centre. Jun 8, 2020 772
How tourism in Snowdonia is set to look very different after Covid-19; CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: LATEST FROM WALES 'LOCALS HAVE REDISCOVERED PEACE AND QUIET IN LOCKDOWN... WE WANT IT TO STAY LIKE THAT WHEN VISITORS RETURN'. Jun 8, 2020 1056
WISH YOU WEREN'T HERE ... FOR NOW; Posters are shared by thousands on Twitter. Jun 6, 2020 421
One rule for south, another for north; Food boss says five-mile rule penalises firms in rural North Wales. Jun 4, 2020 660
'My son doesn't want others to suffer the same agonies he did'. Jun 4, 2020 930
Winter forage woe as fields burn off; Farmers will need a lot more of yesterday's rain to ease drought fears. Jun 4, 2020 439
How lockdown has ripped heart out of seaside town; CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC:LATEST FROM WALES 'YOU CAN BE SURE AS SOON AS WE CAN OPEN THE SUN WILL DISAPPEAR'... THE MILLIONAIRE'S PLAYGROUND STRUGGLING TO SURVIVE THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC. Jun 1, 2020 1573
New hope for local food in Covid crisis; Seafood business thrives as a member of Cadwyn Ogwen initiative. May 28, 2020 378
Glyn and his team have got it covered; Contractor links up with agronomists to offer maize under-sowing. May 28, 2020 645
'A55 is bringing coronavirus to N.Wales... we need tougher rules to stop virus spreading' CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: GP'S FEARS DOCTOR WARNS OF RURAL COVID-19 DISASTER. May 26, 2020 870
The public need to know this isn't over by a long shot. We have months of difficulties ahead; CORONAVIRUS CRISIS: HEALTH MINISTER ON THE PROSPECT OF EASING LOCKDOWN HEALTH MINISTER VAUGHAN GETHING ANSWERS QUESTIONS ON N.WALES' COVID HOTSPOTS, EASING LOCKDOWN, FINES AND TESTING. May 25, 2020 1885
North Wales in throes of 'upswing' of virus... and nobody knows why; INCREASE IN TESTING COULD BE BEHIND RISING RATES, BUT HEALTH MINISTER GETHING CONCEDES 'WE NEED TO LEARN MORE'. May 23, 2020 604
'Safe havens have been turned into viral warzones' HUMAN RIGHTS AND CARERS' GROUPS CALL FOR PROBE INTO WELSH GOVERNMENT'S HANDLING OF CRISIS. May 22, 2020 672
LET NOT RICHARD'S DEATH BE IN VAIN; Tilley family launch appeal and urge farmers not to suffer in silence. May 21, 2020 548
UK's newest sheep breed takes a bow; FAT-TAILED LAMBS BORN ON ANGLESEY. May 21, 2020 482
Hi-tech rural crime busters; NORTH WALES PIONEERS 'REMOTE' POLICING. May 21, 2020 625
Black belt farmer who marshals the art of production; Cheryl never stops learning. May 21, 2020 263
THE WORST C OUR 33-YEAR CRISIS IN R HISTORY; Care home struggling to survive as losses hit PS100k during pandemmic and a THIRD of its staff test positive for Covid-19. May 20, 2020 847
Farmer cries foul over lockdown ramblers; GARETH'S ONLINE RANT GOES VIRAL. May 20, 2020 527
After what I wenthrough, people expect me to be put off dogs for good... but I trai them to save liv nt e e n ves. May 19, 2020 1419
Doorstep deliveries are white way to go; SILVER LINING FOR MILK. May 14, 2020 270
Erin,17, is all set to take on family farm; SHEEPDOG ACE ONE OF UK'S YOUNGEST FARMERS. May 14, 2020 630
SOS for goat, sheep and buffalo milk producers; Cinderella sectors desperate as markets collapse. May 14, 2020 447
FARM EXPLORES HI-TECH HEAT DETECTION. May 14, 2020 246
How social distan look in a staycation cing may on boom; CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: HOW WILL TOURISM SECTOR SURVIVE? TOURISM PROVIDERS ARE HAVING TO THINK LATERALLY IN ORDER TO GET N.WALES READY TO REOPEN FOR SURGE IN VISITORS WHEN LOCKDOWN ENDS. May 12, 2020 1385
How our tourism sector can lockdown bounce back after; CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC ANDREW FORGRAVE on THE THREE-STEP PLAN FOR LEAVING THE SHUT DOWN... AND GETTING VISITORS TO RETURN TO OUR REGION MAY BE THE EASY PART. May 11, 2020 1083
FOOD & DRINK SUPERHEROES OF LOCKDOWN Minister salutes efforts of Welsh supply chain. May 7, 2020 606
Plant trees paid for by the public on your own farm; NINE TREES EACH TO EASE CLIMATE CRISIS. May 7, 2020 256
Almost as good as selling in the ring; Big prices at'world-first' Welsh Black and sheepdog online auctions. May 7, 2020 675
Farm anger over 20% meat cut in canteens; Public sector group wants'climate-friendly'meals in schools and hospitals. May 7, 2020 407
We've had 4 Covid deaths in one care home... staff are upset and in tears; CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: THE HUMAN TOLL RISES IN WALES CARE HOMES BOSS TELLS OF EMOTIONAL TOLL ON WORKERS WHO BUILD CLOSE RELATIONSHIPS WITH RESIDENTS. May 5, 2020 548
WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE; CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: WALES IN LOCKDOWN With most humans confined to their homes, animals are enjoying the peace and quiet to roam freely, some delightful scenes, it's also triggered a rise in vermin procreate and feed... but while this has created. May 5, 2020 1447
Rustlers snatch 120 ewes and lambs; 'THEY MUST HAVE BEEN WATCHING US FOR A WHILE ... THAT'S THE SCARY PART'. May 2, 2020 508
Matchmakers help farms out of crisis; Local and national farm recruitment schemes launched in Wales. Apr 30, 2020 445
Beef sales increase but it's not enough; Industry anger at reports of Irish beef on Britain's supermarket shelves. Apr 30, 2020 493
We have funds for fish, why not cash for cows? MP says farmers need help as much as fishermen. Apr 30, 2020 412
Welsh Blacks lead way via 'eBay' sale; Dolgellau also runs online dog sale as some breeding auctions restart. Apr 30, 2020 425
Care home where 60% of residents have died of virus; CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: CARE HOME DEATHS 'MONEY WE NEED TO RUN RESIDENTIAL HOMES WILL RUN OUT WITHIN WEEKS'. Apr 29, 2020 478
If coronavirus hits my care home, it will spread like wildfire ...unless we get help isolating residents; CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: LATEST FROM WALES FORMER CASUALTY DOCTOR SAYS THAT, WITHOUT HELP, THEY ARE LIKE 'SITTING DUCKS'. Apr 27, 2020 692
We must 'furlough' thousands of cows; Cutting milk output is one proposal put forward to ease dairy crisis. Apr 23, 2020 453
'A win-win for us and for walkers' Farm family's victory in footpath battle to protect poorly son. Apr 23, 2020 670
A life-long passion for Welsh farming; Flintshire's David Hughes, 88, dies on the farm where he was born. Apr 23, 2020 554
Come clean and tell us how many elderly have died in our care homes; CORONAVIRUS CRISIS: FEARS OAPS 'AIRBRUSHED' FROM DATA. Apr 20, 2020 520
Buy big to save milk sector from collapse; Consumer, retail and government help needed for crisis-hit dairy farms. Apr 16, 2020 563
Anglesey Show looks at virtual substitute; AUGUST EVENT IS ABANDONED. Apr 16, 2020 352
'An utter betrayal at a time of crisis' Cardiff parks all-Wales NVZ but angry farmers want plans ditched. Apr 16, 2020 454
Family tributes to respected farmer who died after contracting coronavirus; HE WAS 'AT THE TOP OF HIS GAME'. Apr 16, 2020 450
Refurbed campers offered to NHS staff isolating from family. Apr 15, 2020 324
WWII-style pickers and food rationing; Experts predict fruit & veg will run short and call on ministers to act. Apr 9, 2020 473
Welsh farming in 'perfect storm' as prices spiral down; FOOD CHAINS DISRUPTED BY THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS. Apr 9, 2020 502
'Robocut' eats up bracken for tree planting; Novel forestry methods trialled on Welsh farms. Apr 9, 2020 676
We will be pouring our milk down sink; April 1 spoof brings light relief for crisis-hit organic dairy co-operative. Apr 9, 2020 524
Digital arm around farming shoulders; Farming Connect offers online alternatives to face-to-face meetings. Apr 9, 2020 417
Cometh the hour, cometh the man FFERM FACTOR SELEBS 2020; CARWYN JONES BACK IN SPOTLIGHT IN S4C'S FFERM FFACTOR. Apr 9, 2020 969
Web livestock sales may be here to stay; Cumbria auctioneers launch UK's first online sale to beat virus curbs. Apr 9, 2020 332
Slew of cancelled events blights UK rural show season; Royal Welsh among the casualties as coronavirus takes its toll. Mar 26, 2020 433
FIRST STEP ON FARM LADDER; COUNCIL FARM GAVE ME A START. Mar 26, 2020 446
Rural tourism firms meltdown as virus t s braced for tightens grip; NORTH WALES BUSINESSES FEAR THE WORST BUT ALL ARE ADAMANT THAT HEAALH AND WELLBEING MUST BE PUT BEFORE PROFITS. Mar 26, 2020 1355
CHIP OFF THE FAMILY BLOCK; SHIRES, FUNERALS AND HOLIDAY LETS. Mar 26, 2020 646
Stiff new rules for livestock markets; Farmers can't leave vehicles and ringside buyers must social distance. Mar 26, 2020 287
Rural Wales goes into shutdown to curb virus spread; YFC, SD trials, Farming Connect and Nefyn Show among casualties. Mar 19, 2020 716
Virus warning for dog lovers walking fields; Dog attacks leave venture hanging in balance. Mar 19, 2020 732
STRAIGHT & NARROW; SATURATED FIELDS AND HEAVY SOILS POSE ULTIMATE TEST FOR PLOUGHMEN. Mar 19, 2020 653
'Bad for us and bad for food shoppers' Importing cheap food is a false economy, according to Welsh farmers. Mar 19, 2020 389
Marts stay open as farmers rush to sell; But all non-essential staff and visitors are advised not to attend sales. Mar 19, 2020 529
PS15m cash splurge on new woodlands; National Forest planting gets underway as Glastir funding quadruples. Mar 12, 2020 431
'No farmer should be penalised for missed deadlines' PLEA FOR INDUSTRY LENIENCY DURING THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS. Mar 12, 2020 525
Don't just ape neighbouring farm schemes; IDENTIFY USPs FOR WINNING DIVERSIFICATIONS. Mar 12, 2020 612

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