Thursday 16 August 2012
FUW promised warm welcome at Llanrwst Show
Visitors to this Saturday's (August 18) Llanrwst Rural Show will be assured of a warm welcome and a cuppa on the Farmers' Union of Wales stand while they learn about the various topical issues affecting the local farming industry.
They will be asked for their opinions of the decline in upland bird species across Wales after reports of dramatic reductions in many iconic species such as the Curlew and Lapwing.
"Visitors to the FUW stand will have the opportunity to complete a questionnaire on the topic which will feed into a forum that the union’s Denbigh and Flintshire county branches will host in the autumn," said county executive officer Rhys Roberts.
"This issue has prompted numerous FUW members to raise their concerns directly with us," he added.
Visitors to the stand will also be encouraged to sign letters of support for dairy producers which they can hand to their local retailer and dairy farmers will be able to complete a Commitment for Change form supporting the proposal to set up a Dairy Producers Organisation.
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