NFU


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NFU

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Agriculture) National Farmers' Union
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As well as running a mixed beef and arable farm, Mr McLaren is a former chairman of Quality Meat Scotland, past NFU Scotland president, and a past non-executive director for SRUC.
"The fact that she gave up her successful career in performing arts shows her commitment to the industry," said judge Aled Jones, NFU Cymru deputy president.
While there is plenty going on behind the scenes, there are a number of public events being laid on by NFU Cymru and its partners at NFU Mutual alongside the main show ring.
The NFU has successfully lobbied Ministers to re-introduce agriculture as part of the survey, and say it is a chance to highlight the extent rural crime affects farm businesses.
He has worked for the NFU for the last nine years, most recently heading up the British Agriculture Bureau - the NFU's permanent office in Brussels.
Each summer, NFU members age 17-20 who have distinguished themselves as leaders are given the opportunity to attend this camp.
The contract with the current supplier of the NFU database hazardous substances has ended.
Leamington-based Wright Hassall LLP has been chosen to continue to represent the NFU as it looks to undertake an intensive review of its services.
Fflur with NFU Bala chairman Huw Roberts, NFU Cymru group secretary Carys Roberts and her classmates Top prize in the competition - part of this year's NFU Let's Talk Farming programme - was a selection of Britain''s Farm Toys models.
The conference will culminate with the results of the hotly-contested election for the post of NFU president.
The NFU SourceDirect website allows retailers and caterers to source wholesale produce from local and regional farmers and growers by using a map-based website.
NFU board for horticulture member Peter Wensak, who has responsibility for employment, said: "The NFU is regularly contacted by people looking for seasonal work out-of-doors.