NFU Wales to hold animal health meeting

National Farmers’ Union Wales is to hold a meeting about animal health and welfare issues in the country.

The meeting will be addressed by chairman of the Wales Animal Health and Welfare Strategy (AHWS) Peredur Hughes on Thursday, 22 November.

Hughes is also chairman of the North Wales TB Eradication Board and former NFU Wales president, as well as an Anglesey farmer. At the meeting he will be discussing the role the AHWS plays in raising the standards of animal health and welfare in the country.

The meeting will start at 7.30pm at the NFU Wales office in Caernarfon. NFU Wales’ farm policy advisor Dafydd Jarrey will also discuss current policy issues from within the industry, as well as CAP reform and the next Rural Development Plan.

NFU Wales county chairman William Hughes said: "This meeting is open to all members and I hope we will get a good turnout. Please also encourage your friends and neighbours to come along."


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