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7 July 2017 Candidates shortlisted for the 2017 Sir Bryner Jones Memorial Award
Candidates shortlisted for the 2017 Sir Bryner Jones Memorial Award

As the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society’s flagship accolade, the Sir Bryner Jones Memorial Award is hotly contested year after year.

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7 July 2017Dr Emrys Evans Award
Dr Emrys Evans Award

With the theme of shepherding skills, the winner of this year’s Royal Welsh Agricultural Society’s Dr Emrys Evans Award is Mr Dewi Jenkins from Talybont, Ceredigion.

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7 July 2017Clamp and Big Bale Silage Competitions 2017
Clamp and Big Bale Silage Competitions 2017

The 2017 all Wales clamp and big bale silage competitions run by the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society and the Federation of Welsh Grassland Societies, has again seen some top quality silage produced by many of the best silage growers from across Wales.

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7 July 2017Impressive dairy building wins the Royal Welsh 2017 Farm Buildings Competition
Impressive dairy building wins the Royal Welsh 2017 Farm Buildings Competition

An impressive clear span dairy unit has won the 2017 Royal Welsh Agricultural Society’s Farm Buildings and Works Competition.

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7 July 2017RWAS Long Service Medals for agricultural workers
RWAS Long Service Medals for agricultural workers

Eleven agricultural workers from across Wales, who together have notched up a remarkable 479 years of service, will receive a Royal Welsh Agricultural Society Long Service Medal in recognition of their length of service to the agricultural industry at this year’s Royal Welsh Show.

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7 July 2017 Pembrokeshire Farmer wins 2017 RWAS Grassland Trophy
Pembrokeshire Farmer wins 2017 RWAS Grassland Trophy

Welsh farmers are renowned as some of the world’s experts at growing grass as a crop and many of them compete for the annual All Wales Grassland Management Competition.

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26 June 2017Major logistics planned to replace Royal Welsh climbing poles
Major logistics planned to replace Royal Welsh climbing poles

Standing over 30m high, the two iconic climbing poles in the middle of the forestry section of the Royal Welsh Showground, are hard to miss.

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19 June 2017The Royal Welsh Agricultural Society promises to maintain resilience in a rapidly changing world
The Royal Welsh Agricultural Society promises to maintain resilience in a rapidly changing world

“We are committed to maintaining resilience and building a strong future in a rapidly changing world.” said Mr John T Davies in his address to members at the Annual General Meeting of the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society on 14th June.

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