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Pupils enjoy a taste of success in competition; Small school went up against bigger counterparts with rhubarb jam business. Jul 22, 2021 451
Grassland win for Powys farm; 'ENVIABLE OUTPUT WHILE SLASHING COSTS' - JUDGES. Jul 22, 2021 665
Logo boost for island rhubarb grower; Red Tractor accreditation a 'must-have'. Jul 22, 2021 269
Surveyors' food start-up with a dual purpose. Jul 8, 2021 411
HAPPPY GLAMPING; Widow's venture helps secure future of farm and keep it in family. Jul 1, 2021 568
4 drop-off sites for wool are confirmed. Jun 24, 2021 442
'Credit our industry for its green work' Carbon trading approach to tackle perceptions. Jun 24, 2021 583
Sector driver shortage 'hampering recovery' LEADING FOOD WHOLESALER HIGHLIGHTS LACK OF KEY STAFF. Jun 17, 2021 365
'Yes' to a review of agri pollution regs; FARM&COUNTRY WITH ANDREW FORGRAVE 07900 227511 / farming@dailypost.co.uk FUW WELCOMES THE SENEDD'S DECISION. Jun 17, 2021 684
Appeal to landowners over meadow grazing plan; Aim to generate premium meat prices. Jun 10, 2021 619
Awards at Double for cheesemaker; A TRADITIONAL RECIPE EARNS SCC TWO TOP PRIZES AT VIRTUAL EVENT. Jun 10, 2021 328
Tree-mendous use for an ex-shipping container; Now-rare useful native species stored in suspended animation ahead of planting. May 27, 2021 620
'Green Eagle' uses AI to tackle weeds; NEW TECH COULD 'REVOLUTIONISE FARMING'. May 27, 2021 522
'I want to have the answers if asked about carbon footprint' Audits - expected to show low levels - to look at farms'greenhouse gas emissions. May 27, 2021 607
Sheepdogs sale prices top at PS16k; AUCTIONEERS' LARGEST WORKING SHEEPDOG AUCTION SO FAR. May 20, 2021 294
How tank defect put Ifan's livelihood at risk; CRISIS PROMPTED STORAGE REVAMP. May 13, 2021 450
Sioned hoping to scale up for taste of success; Coffee producer one of 13 companies taking part in challenge programme. Apr 29, 2021 315
Top tips to help farmers do their bit to keep air clean. Apr 22, 2021 230
Farmers see red over Blue Peter 'veg badge' CLIMATE CHALLENGE URGES CHILDREN TO EAT LESS MEAT. Apr 15, 2021 594
'Maternity wards' for molluscs; OYSTERS TO HELP CLEAN UP ESTUARY. Apr 8, 2021 324
Scrub makes way for sand in forest; OVERGROWN VEGETATION REMOVED FOR PLANTS TO THRIVE. Apr 1, 2021 221
A-maize-ing new way to package food; SCIENTISTS DEVELOP PRODUCT FROM CROPS. Mar 25, 2021 564
TV's Matt is on his travels in new show; MUM'S INJURY PROMPTS CHANGES AT FARM. Mar 25, 2021 534
A treasure from Oz. Mar 18, 2021 710
Welsh meat exports held up well in 2020; Despite a drop in export tonnages value of sheep meat rose almost 10%. Mar 4, 2021 432
Backing sought in crucial NVZ vote; SENEDD MEMBERS URGED TO HEED INDUSTRY ALARM AT 'DESTRUCTIVE' PROPOSALS. Feb 25, 2021 544
PS1k head start for more young entrepreneurs. Feb 25, 2021 422
WE'LL NEED A MIRACLE; WALES' NATIONAL FLOWER HEADS FOR COMPOST HEAP AHEAD OF ST DAVID'S DAY. Feb 18, 2021 670
Spotlight on rise of dairy sheep farming; Welsh Government carrying out feasibility study. Feb 18, 2021 618
New product hoping for a taste of success; BEE FARMER'S ALL-WELSH FIERY HONEY GOES WITH PIZZA AND CHEESE. Feb 18, 2021 333
a milk shaker; HOW JONATHAN HAS TRANSFORMED DAIRY. Feb 11, 2021 632
How young farmer David changed his fortunes to be learner of the year; EFFORTS OF YOUNG RECOGNISED. Feb 11, 2021 337
Rivers 'will run black' in pollution crackdown; FEARS FARMERS WILL BE FORCED TO DUMP SLURRY. Feb 11, 2021 508
Six friends launch project to stress the positives; Online initiative aims to give people the strength to cope with stressful situations. Feb 4, 2021 754
GRUB'S UP ONTHENET; New service allows food and drink sellers to enter the world of e-commerce. Feb 4, 2021 628
New laws to curb river and lake farm pollution; FUW BRANDS REGULATIONS AS'DRACONIAN' FARM & COUNTRY. Jan 28, 2021 613
Wool site wins delay to plans for downgrade; DECISION FOLLOWS LOBBYING BY FARM UNIONS. Jan 21, 2021 387
Angry hill farmer issues invitation to celebrities; Comments on veganism prompt his social media challenge for them to see first-hand the benefits of Welsh agriculture. Jan 21, 2021 635
Wales has to pay back [euro]3.4m to Europe. Jan 14, 2021 151
Prison for farmer after animals starved to death. Jan 14, 2021 424
Be social and back big breakfast drive. Jan 14, 2021 358
Feed the wild birds; FARMS SET UP FEEDING STATIONS. Jan 14, 2021 295
Ewes sale set to help charities. Jan 7, 2021 283
Historic depot set to close; New intermediate wool depot is to be set up'in the nearby area'. Jan 7, 2021 558
Farm is prospering from its pastures; Grass management is key in milk production. Jan 7, 2021 374
From rural policies to climate change; Welsh farming union leaders look ahead at 2021's issues. Jan 7, 2021 803
Relief as no-deal Brexit is averted; But UK govt needs to continue to monitor market conditions - NFU. Dec 31, 2020 242
Lights, water... wool - future of crop growing? Experiments are taking place at Gwynedd agricultural college. Dec 31, 2020 752
Convoy brings festive cheer; ...and raises vital funds for charity. Dec 24, 2020 276
No change in BPS cheques welcomed; FUW president says move will provide stability in the short term. Dec 24, 2020 339
Trailer transformation on TV is a hit in village; Horsebox is given a makeover and turned into a mobile office. Dec 10, 2020 412
Donate a sheep for Christmas' FARMER LAUNCHES APPEAL TO HELP STRUGGLING FAMILIES. Dec 3, 2020 491
SIGN OF THE CRIMES; Horse owners warned after string of mysterious incidents said to be thieves' marks in Gwynedd. Nov 13, 2020 482
Pandemic prompted surge in eggs demand; Denbighshire farmer admits he and others in his industry have been lucky. Nov 12, 2020 408
Welsh mink mutant Covid-19 strain fears; CARDIFF URGED TO TEST WILD POPULATION FOR NEW VACCINE RESISTANT CLUSTER 5 VIRUS. Nov 12, 2020 636
Farmer pens a shear wealth of anecdotes; Autobiography also charts his prestigious global singing career. Nov 12, 2020 533
Sheep scab testing still a priority amid pandemic; Farmers urged to use new service to check for 'absolutely dreadful' disease. Nov 12, 2020 363
New head 'back where I belong' - 'at the heart of the agricultural community'. Nov 12, 2020 285
Car-free tourism vision for Snowdonia; EXPANDED PARK AND RIDE AND PRE-BOOKING FOR HOTSPOTS TO END YEARS OF GRIDLOCK. Nov 9, 2020 750
Alpaca owner forced to sell quarter of her herd; COVID CRIPPLES BUSINESS AFTER'MASSIVELY SUCCESSFUL'FIRST SEASON. Nov 6, 2020 509
Top dog sold for PS20,000. Nov 5, 2020 504
Shoppers' egg switch can help environment; Farmer finds out ways to cut farm carbon emissions on study visit to Netherlands. Nov 5, 2020 549
PS12k grants offered in bid to cut pollution; SOME FARMS STILL NOT COMPLIANT WITH 1991 REGULATIONS. Nov 5, 2020 316
'Absolutely disgraceful' ...outrage as ex-council house listed for PS385k; NORTH WALES 'SECOND HOME CRISIS' THIS IS WHY WE NEED A NEW PROPERTY ACT'.... CAMPAIGNERS CALL FOR CHANGE IN LAW. Nov 4, 2020 603
'Ultra nationalists threatened to burn down my house... I was going to bed with pickaxe handle' MP SAYS HE FEARED FOR HIS FAMILY DURING LOCKDOWN ON ANGLESEY. Nov 2, 2020 541
'40% OF BUSINESSES WON'T SURVIVE MORE LOCKDOWNS' survive lockdowns ' North Wales facing 'economic catastrophe' without greater financial support, survey reveals. Oct 31, 2020 866
CELLWATCH; VOLUNTEERS WANTED TO 'POLICE THE POLICE'. Oct 30, 2020 577
Biochar and its many benefits; Grazier's study visit revealed more ways farmers can use waste biomass materials. Oct 29, 2020 487
Stable future for school's sports offer; RENOVATED EQUESTRIAN CENTRE TO RE-OPEN. Oct 29, 2020 539
THE MYSTERY OF THE MID-OCTOBER LAMB; New arrival stuns farmer... but is it six months early or six months late? Oct 17, 2020 445
Farming dismay at trade food standards setback; FARM&COUNTRY WITH ANDREW FORGRAVE 07900 227511 / farming@dailypost.co.uk Unions vow to keep up pressure for safeguards. Oct 15, 2020 555
Tracey's seafood dressed for taste award success; Company adapted to lockdown using social media to boost orders. Oct 15, 2020 587
FLOCK AND ROLL; HOW SINGING FARMER HAS GONE VIRAL. Oct 15, 2020 807
'Hackathon' bids to tackle rural crime; 'BLUE-SKY' IDEAS SOUGHT FOR FARM NETWORK. Oct 15, 2020 428
mass protest by snowdonia's 'forgotten'sector as jobs go; CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: LATEST FROM WALES. Oct 14, 2020 607
'Ignorant do-gooders' hacked ponies' manes; 'THEY DID MORE HARM THAN GOOD'....OUTRAGED BREEDER HITS BACK AT 'TRESPASSERS' WHO TRIED TO HELP HIS ANIMALS. Oct 9, 2020 631
Boxing clever with vintage conversion; Horsebox transformation filmed for TV series. Oct 8, 2020 461
MAPPING THE PAST; MANSION THAT WAS ONCE 'BUDGET HOTEL' FOR PILGRIMS NOW PART OF HISTORY PROJECT. Oct 8, 2020 782
'Farmers can help provide solutions' Economist looks at the challenges and future of post-Brexit farming. Oct 8, 2020 561
'They literally left open floodgates to the tide' FARM&COUNTRY ANGER AS SEAWATER SURGES ONTO RESTORED NATURE RESERVE. Oct 8, 2020 754
Farmer's horror as ewes swept away in flash flooding; WATER WAS FLOWING OVER 5FT HEDGES, THE CURRENTS WERE TOO DANGEROUS'. Oct 7, 2020 608
An ecosystem developed over 90 years now under threat of becoming a 'muddy puddle' HUNDREDS PEN PROTEST AGAINST PLANS TO SHRINK LAKE AT ONE OF SNOWDONIA'S 'BEST-KEPT SECRETS'. Oct 3, 2020 1021
Tributes as a 'shining light' of farming dies; GWYN SERVED AS YOUNGEST MAYOR AND RWAS PRESIDENT. Oct 1, 2020 487
Beef shipments back on to the USA; Welsh firm one of first four in UK to win export listings after the ban is lifted. Oct 1, 2020 499
MIDAS TOUCH; HOW SCIENTISTS ARE TURNING FOOD WASTE INTO ALL MANNER OF THINGS. Oct 1, 2020 480
Dan on celeb hunt at 'Jungle'castle; BUT TV HISTORIAN IS MORE INTERESTED IN THE ANCIENT KIND. Sep 30, 2020 404
Locals seething over saga of the vanishing lake; RESIDENTS FEAR PRECIOUS RETREAT COULD BE REDUCEDTO'MUDDYPUDDLE'BYDWRCYMRU. Sep 28, 2020 1035
Guards 'fear prisoners use Welsh to conspire' INMATES ALLEGE 'VICTIMISATION'. Sep 28, 2020 401
SUMMITWRONGHERE; Shocking scenes on peak... as Welsh Govt warns 5-mile rule may return and 3 more counties go into local lockdown. Sep 28, 2020 552
100 reasons to smile; Centenarian John was a farming pioneer... and still plays a crucial role in the running of his family's holding. Sep 26, 2020 669
Dee minus weirs a plus for fish stocks; 5 OBSTACLES TO FISH MIGRATION GO AS PART OF MULTI-MILLION RIVER PROJECT. Sep 24, 2020 438
Spray superior bacteria for shed interior; HARMFUL GASES CUT AT FREE RANGE EGG FARM. Sep 24, 2020 416
Farm groups keen to keep up the pressure; More protests about lower-standard food imports are planned. Sep 24, 2020 745
you're still welcome... so long as you behave; CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: LATEST FROM WALES First Minister's message to tourists seeking to visit Wales as Covid-19 restrictions tighten once again:. Sep 24, 2020 674
Wales to also offer isolation support; PS500 PLEDGED FOR THOSE WHO CAN'T WORK. Sep 23, 2020 465
Welsh foods 'to benefit' in UK-Japan trade deal; Ministers hail'historic moment'for producers. Sep 17, 2020 510
Two farms, one single aim for the future; Neighbours' joint venture. Sep 17, 2020 514
YFC's Eleri says farewell but it didn't go as she'd planned. Sep 17, 2020 909
Boxing clever to boost sales in summer; HONESTY BOX THE BEST POLICY FOR ICE CREAM FIRM. Sep 17, 2020 393
Poetic plea to protect landscapes; FILM STAR MICHAEL SHEEN ON'TRIPLE JEOPARDY'FACING WELSH UPLANDS. Sep 16, 2020 473

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