News - The Society
“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.Read more
An exciting new event is to be included in this year's Royal Welsh calendar next year.
The 2017 Muck and Soil Event will be held at Coleg Sir Gar, Gelli Aur Campus on 24th August, bringing together working demonstrations, trade stands, research plots, information, advice and much more.
Each year Builth Wells Town Council, with the help of its volounteers, lights up the streets with a fantastic display of Christmas lights.Read more
Successful managing director of Wales’ largest family owned independent food wholesaler, Castell Howell Foods, has been officially elected as the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society’s President for 2017.Read more
“Whilst we reflect on the success of 2016, we must never forget to look ahead to next year and beyond” said Mr David Lewis, the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society’s chairman of council.Read more
The Royal Welsh Agricultural Society is very proud to have amongst its ranks a recently published Nuffield Scholar.Read more
The 1 October closing date for the 2017 Louise Owen Memorial Scholarship is fast approaching!
Established in 2014 by Louise’s family, the annual scholarship of £1,000 to help fund a trip to New Zealand is awarded to the junior shearer in Wales showing greatest promise and aims provide them with the opportunity to develop and advance their skills in sheep shearing.
Eight hardworking and deserving industry leaders have this year been given the honour of being made associates of the Royal Agricultural Societies for their contribution to the agricultural and rural industries in Wales.Read more