News - The Society
Held earlier this year at IBERS, Aberystwyth, the annual CARAS (Council for Awards of Royal Agricultural Societies) Wales Conference, titled ‘Deal or No Deal’, continued the ambition of the organisation to help to shape and influence the future of agriculture.Read more
Carmarthenshire’s highly successful feature county year has come to a close as the their term of office ended at the society’s annual council meeting, held this year at the showground on Friday 8 December.Read more
Renowned and highly respected farmer, Mr Tom Tudor MBE FRAgS, Llanerfyl, Welshpool, has been officially elected as the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society’s President for 2018.Read more
The Royal Welsh Agricultural Society is very proud to continue supporting the Nuffield Farming Scholarship Trust as part of our strategy to support the next generation. The trust is an organisation that awards individuals with life changing opportunities, with a view to developing agricultural sector leaders and innovators of the future.Read more
Flying the flag for Welsh farming, two exceptional Welsh blade shearers, Gareth Pennant Owen and Clive Hamer, have become champions by setting the British record for the ‘Nine hour two stand blade shearing on lambs’.Read more
Later this month a small corner of the Vale of Glamorgan will become a hive of activity while it hosts the 58th All Wales Ploughing and Hedging Championships and the Ploughing Five Nations Challenge.Read more
“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.