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18 September 2014
 A new project to increase honey production in Wales is urging farmers and landowners to have beehives on their land and so help boost the...
Project: Cywain
18 September 2014
Weaning lambs a month earlier has helped improve performance on a Carmarthenshire farm. Ben Anthony and Diana Fairclough weaned their lambs at the end of June...
12 September 2014
All the teams taking part in the Farming Connect Farmer Enterprise Competition, will be getting together with local farmers at an open event at Henfaes Research...
12 September 2014
With the help of the Taste of Enterprise project a new business has been established on Anglesey. John Heaton recentley started trading his business, 'Eagle...
11 September 2014
Rebecca Evans, Deputy Minister for Farming and Food, has visited a trial crop of plantain being grown on a Breconshire farm with support from the...
08 September 2014
Water flowing from a redundant coal mine could help a Welsh livestock farming business secure an income from renewable energy. Gelli Farm, a Farming Connect Demonstration...
08 September 2014
There were three successful Llwyddo'n Lleol bursary applicants on Anglesey in August.   Congratulations to them all for presenting excellent business plans and good luck with...
05 September 2014
Nathan Turner and Aled Price-Jones were successful in our February panel and were given up to £1000 to help them kick-start their clothing business. They...
04 September 2014
Congratulations to young budding entrepreneurs from Caernarfon on starting their own business venture. Aled Price-Jones and Nathan Turner have recentley opened their shop on Bangor...
03 September 2014
Incorporating a slurry tank as part of a new slatted-floor cubicle shed has allowed a Ceredigion dairy farm to ease pressure on nutrient storage. Four years...

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