Business contacts

Agricultural and Horticultural Development (AHDB)

  • AHDB are a statutory levy board, funded by farmers, growers and others in the supply chain to help the industry succeed in a rapidly changing world.
  • For additional information visit: www.ahdb.org.uk

Farm Assured Welsh Livestock (FAWL)

  • Farm assurance scheme run by Welsh Lamb and Beef Producers Ltd. (WLBP), a cooperative of 7,500 Welsh farmers, striving to strengthen consumer confidence through assurance of farm standards.
  • Call: 01970 636 688
  • Email: info@fawl.co.uk
  • For additional information visit: www.fawl.co.uk/ 

Farm Safety Foundation

  • A charity that mounts campaigns, conducts research and offers farm safety and mental health training for colleges and farm businesses.
  • Call: 01789 416065
  • Email: farm_safety_foundation@nfumutual.co.uk
  • For additional information visit: www.yellowwellies.org/ 

Farmers’ Union of Wales (FUW)

  • Agricultural union membership organisation that exclusively represents the farmers of Wales.
  • Call: 01970 820820
  • Email: post@fuw.org.uk
  • For additional information visit: www.fuw.org.uk 

Farming Connect

Hybu Cig Cymru – Meat Promotion Wales

  • Industry-led organisation responsible for the development, promotion and marketing of Welsh red meat.
  • Call: 01970 625 050
  • Email: info@hybucig.cymru  
  • For additional information visit: www.meatpromotion.wales/en

Lantra Wales

  • Lantra provide expert training and qualifications for land-based industries.
  • Call: 01982 552646
  • Email: Wales@lantra.co.uk
  • For additional information visit: www.lantra.co.uk/

Farm Liaison Service

  • The Farm Liaison Service (FLS) provides guidance on agricultural policies as well regulatory information relating to farming in Wales.  Your local FLS officer can be found through the link below or by contacting the team directly.
  • Email: farmliaisonservice@gov.wales
  • For additional information visit:
  • In addition to FLS a useful guide has also been created covering Farm Scheme Inspections. The guide includes completed examples of farm record forms.
  • For additional information visit: www.gov.wales/farm-scheme-inspections-guide-farmers

Livestock recording systems:

Natural Resources Wales (NRW)

  • NRW’s purpose is to pursue sustainable management of natural resources and apply the principles of sustainable management of natural resources.
  • Call: 0300 065 3000
  • Email: enquiries@naturalresourceswales.gov.uk
  • For additional information visit: www.naturalresourceswales.gov.uk/?lang=en

NFU Cymru

  • NFU Cymru is the leading agricultural organisation that represents and champions all farmers and growers in Wales.
  • Call: 01982 554200
  • Email: Nfu.cymru@nfu.org.uk
  • For additional information visit: www.nfu-cymru.org.uk

North Wales Veterinary Support – Milfeddygion Gogledd Cymru

  • Working with local veterinarians to provide high quality veterinary services on behalf of APHA and the Welsh Government across north Wales.
  • Call: 01248 668639
  • Email: gia@menterabusnes.co.uk
  • For additional information visit: www.menterabusnes.co.uk/animalhealthservices

Rural Payments Wales (RPW)

  • RPW is responsible for managing rural payments in Wales.
  • Call the Customer Contact Centre: 0300 062 5004, Monday-Thursday 8.30-5pm, Friday 8.30-4.30pm. 
  • For additional information visit: www.gov.wales/contact-rural-payments-wales-rpw-online
  • For further contact information visit: www.gov.wales/contact-us

South Wales Veterinary Support – Iechyd Da

  • Promote and deliver veterinary related services including in particular the provision of TB testing services to government across south Wales.
  • Call: 01970 636688
  • Email: info@i-da.co.uk
  • For additional information visit: www.i-da.co.uk/index.php/en

Tenant Farmers Association (TFA/TFA Cymru)

  • The Tenant Farmers Association provides dedicated advice, information and support to all non-land-owning farmers in England and Wales.
  • Call: 0118 930 6130
  • Email: tfa@tfa.org.uk
  • For additional information visit: www.tfa.org.uk
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