O bosibl bydd myfyrwyr amaethyddol yng Nghymru sydd wedi cymhwyso’n academaidd i fynd ar gwrs gradd neu gwrs addysg uwch cyfatebol mewn astudiaethau’r tir yn gallu elwa ar gronfa ysgoloriaeth o £3000 gan Gymdeithas Amaethyddol Frenhinol Cymru sy’n cael ei noddi gan Waitrose.Darllenwch fwy
A record 340 classes and special awards have been scheduled for this year’s Royal Welsh Spring Festival which takes place on the showground at Llanelwedd, Builth Wells, on May 18 – 19.
The livestock schedule for the event has gone out to thousands of smallholders and potential exhibitors and lists 143 classes and special awards for sheep, 63 for pigs, 78 for goats including Angora, Pygmy and Dairy breeds, and 10 for cattle.
The scurry driving classes at the Festival will be run under the rules of the Scurry Driving Association. Owners and drivers must be members of the Association and the ponies registered. The carriages also have to comply with standard measurements and axle widths.Darllenwch fwy
Cymdeithas Aredig Cymru/Welsh Ploughing Association
Judges Training SessionDarllenwch fwy
Woodland owners throughout Wales, who have added value to their forestry business through diversification and sustainable management, are being invited to compete for £1500 in prize money in a special Royal Welsh Agricultural Society competition.Darllenwch fwy
The Royal Welsh Agricultural Society’s Spring Festival, which attracted a record attendance in 2012 of more than 26,000 visitors, will take place this year on the weekend of May 18 and 19 on the showground at Llanelwedd, Builth Wells.Darllenwch fwy
A priest who is also a farmer has been made an Associate of the Royal Agricultural Societies.
As a farmer, the Reverend Canon Eileen Davies runs a 300 acre dairy and sheep enterprise at Llanllwni, Pencader, Carmarthenshire, in partnership with her husband, Dyfrig.
A tenant farmer who started on his own account on 110 acres in 1997 and now runs a 2300 acre enterprise near Bridgend has been made an Associate of the Royal Agricultural Societies.Darllenwch fwy