A Session questioning a Mother and Daughter – Margiad and Catrin Davies from the Cerrigydrudion area. Margiad has held a variety of jobs during her life but farming is close to her heart. Her daughter Catrin has now entered the world of the Veterinary Surgeon.
Deanna Jones (Hybu Cig Cymru) will detail how genetics, health and handling can influence beef eating quality from a meat science perspective and Tim Rowe (Celtic Pride) will give a processors view of the impact of poor performance in these areas on animals submitted for slaughter.
With the Sixth Senedd now established, this is an opportunity to meet the new members of the Economy, Trade, and Rural Affairs Committee. Join Members and number of stakeholders as they discuss future priority areas and find out how you can have your say with a consultation launching soon.
Every year the RWAS holds a chainsaw logging and treefelling competition somewhere out in the woodlands of Wales. This years’ competition is a two day event which is taking place in one of the RWAS woodlands in Llanelwedd.
You are most welcome to join us to share your memories of competing in the past and to watch a full programme of events throughout the week. You can rely on YFC Wales members to bring the Royal Welsh to your sofa!
Competition categories: The Best Up-Cycled Sustainable Garden Project The Most Creative Fruit or Vegetable Animal competition decorated ‘Bee’ themed biscuits Ornamental Ironwork Lockdown Creations and the RWAS Award for the Best Student of Agriculture
Join Dr Wynne Davies (M.B.E., FRAgS) as he is interviewed by his son David and recalls the history, characters and winners of the prestigious ‘Tom and Sprightly’ trophy during the last fifty years at the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show