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EX-teacher Ionela Bacioiu (known as Dana) has become the UK’s first female to complete her Level 2 FDQ Abattoir Worker Apprenticeship, blazing a trail for other women to carve out a career in the meat sector.
A tenant family farm is battling a decision by Natural England (NE) to stop them from using their grazing rights on common land.
The Farmers’ Union of Wales has urged people to remember the distress bonfires, fireworks and sky lanterns can cause to livestock and pets.
Bernard Matthews Foods, which specialises in turkey products, has been fined £400,000 after a health and safety incident left a worker paralysed.
Industry chiefs have warned there could be 50 per cent fewer turkeys available this Christmas as the sector battles the largest ever outbreak of Avian Influenza (AI). By Hannah Binns and Ewan Pate.
Exports of Welsh lamb to new markets have rocketed by 227 per cent, demonstrating ’real appetite’ for renowned red meat brands, Hybu Cig Cymru (HCC) chair Catherine Smith has said.
The Government has announced all bird keepers in England, Scotland and Wales must implement strict biosecurity measures to stop Avian Influenza (AI) spreading.
Farmers and agricultural workers were showing ’concerning’ levels of physical and mental health problems, according to a new study by the University of Exeter.