News - The Society
Supporters of the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society throughout Wales were praised for their generosity by the chairman of the society’s board of directors, Mr John T Davies, at the annual meeting of the society in Anglesey.Read more
Two farming brothers from Pembrokeshire who achieved the unique distinction in 2008 of being made Associates of the Royal Agricultural Societies have now become Fellows. Michael and Rowland George of Wolfscastle, Haverfordwest, have received Fellowships for their continuing work as dairy farmers on improving and maximising the potential of the black and white dairy cow, in particular their Brynhyfryd herd of pedigree Holstein cattle, acclaimed as one of the best in Britain.Read more
North Wales farmer Alwyn Jones of Camaes, Llangernyw, Abergele, has been made an Associate of the Royal Agricultural Societies for his high level of competence in keeping stock on an upland farm in Wales.Read more
A farmer’s wife from the Rhondda Valleys in South Wales has been made an Associate of the Royal Agricultural Societies for her pioneering work in business and management training for those involved in farming and related industry.Read more
Agricultural students in Wales who have qualified academically to enter a degree or equivalent higher education course in land-based studies may be able to benefit from a £3000 Royal Welsh Agricultural Society scholarship fund sponsored by Waitrose.Read more
Cymdeithas Aredig Cymru/Welsh Ploughing Association
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A priest who is also a farmer has been made an Associate of the Royal Agricultural Societies.
As a farmer, the Reverend Canon Eileen Davies runs a 300 acre dairy and sheep enterprise at Llanllwni, Pencader, Carmarthenshire, in partnership with her husband, Dyfrig.
A tenant farmer who started on his own account on 110 acres in 1997 and now runs a 2300 acre enterprise near Bridgend has been made an Associate of the Royal Agricultural Societies.Read more