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A new Welsh Government plan is aiming to ensure the agriculture sector in Wales fully benefits from digital technology.
The Winter Fair is an important event to showcase the best of rural Wales and discuss the opportunities and challenges facing the agriculture sector especially in responding to the climate and nature emergencies, Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has said.
Preparations are well underway for the first intake of students who will study at the new, independent North Wales Medical School at Bangor University, the Minister for North Wales Lesley Griffiths said today as she visited the facility.
The Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company and Velfrey Vineyard are celebrating after joining a list of Welsh producers in seeing their products awarded protected status.
Bovine TB cases in Wales continue to decline overall, with a targeted approach taken in hot-spot areas and specific projects taking place in Pembrokeshire and Anglesey
The Welsh Government is making £1 million available to support new projects which can help reduce ammonia emissions with the application window opening today.
A summit to explore what more can be done in Wales to promote and improve responsible dog ownership has been called by Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths and takes place today (18 October)
Wales’ historic total ban on the use of snares and glue traps comes into force from today (17 October) helping end the indiscriminate suffering of animals, Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has said
More than £158m will be shared by over 15,600 farms across Wales as Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) 2023 advance payments are made tomorrow (Thursday 12 October), Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has announced.
There is a week to go until the total ban on the use of snares and glue traps in Wales comes into force, Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has reminded today
As we move into Autumn and Winter it’s more important than ever for all bird keepers to maintain the highest levels of biosecurity and hygiene to protect their flocks and stay vigilant for any signs of avian flu.
A farmer who sustained serious injuries on her family farm has welcomed news the Welsh Government is providing £80,000 to help improve the safety of farmers, their families, and visitors to farms in Wales.