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One Week to go until Snares and Glue Traps Ban in Wales

 

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

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All Bird Keepers must stay vigilant and maintain stringent biosecurity – CVO Wales

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.

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Funding to help improve safety on Welsh farms

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.

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Aber Falls Distillery sees its Single Malt Welsh Whisky protected

Aber Falls Distillery in North Wales has joined the list of Welsh producers awarded UK protected status for their Single Malt Welsh Whisky.

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Wales leads way on snares and glue traps total ban

The first total ban on the use of snares and glue traps in the UK will come into force this Autumn in Wales, Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has confirmed

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Minister welcomes plan to ban American Bully XL after call for action

  Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has welcomed the UK Government’s announcement that it is to ban the American Bully XL by the end of the year.

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£600,000 to improve health and safety for fishers and aquaculture workers

Fishers and aquaculture workers in Wales are being encouraged to apply for funding to improve the health and safety aspects of their work.

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Minister visits Bethesda award-winning ewe’s milk dairy

A new purpose-built, award-winning sheep milk dairy in Bethesda, Gwynedd, has been visited by Rural Affairs and North Wales Minister Lesley Griffiths

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Historic Wales Agriculture Act comes into force

The first made-in-Wales Agriculture Act is now law, having received Royal Assent today

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Update on Pembrokeshire Bovine TB Project

The bovine TB project in Pembrokeshire, to explore how a partnership approach can tackle the disease, has begun following the awarding of the contract for its delivery, Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has announced.  

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More opportunities for discussion at Anglesey and Pembrokeshire Shows

Upcoming agricultural shows this summer will provide more opportunities for discussion and to see the best of rural Wales, Minister for Rural Affairs and North Wales Lesley Griffiths has said.

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Scheme to support coastal communities

A scheme to support local projects in coastal areas of Wales in tackling the climate emergency will benefit from funding from the Welsh Government