FWAG

AcronymDefinition
FWAGFreakin' Wild Ass Guess (polite form)
FWAGFarmers and Wildlife Advisory Group (UK)
FWAGFarm Workers Action Group (Zimbabwe)
FWAGFamily Wealth Advisory Group, LLC (Cincinnati, OH)
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He said: "We have been working with a range of environmental bodies over the years, such as FWAG Cymru, and been involved in many environmental schemes.
She said: "I'm delighted to be taking up this new role at such a crucial time for FWAG and, as a working farmer, I am uniquely positioned to understand what are the real issues affecting our farming community.
Hosting the visit are FWAG Cymru chairman Tegwyn Jones - a former FUW county president - wife Catrin and their sons Huw and Guto.
"They have a symbiotic relationship where they can only thrive by integration." said Chris Butler, chair of the FWAG association.
Farming unions have welcomed the group's resurrection while farming deputy minister Alun Davies emphasised the importance of FWAG Cymru's impartial advice to farmers.
Mr Andy Ormiston, MD of FWAG, will make the presentations.
However his award, from the Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group (FWAG), made no mention of the threat to his life's work.
Mr Hughes outlined the role FWAG Cymru plays in providing guidance to farmers with their environmental management issues such as Glastir diaries, Glastir negotiations and scheme implementation, and also as facilitators in a Nature Fund project covering vast tracts of heather moorland throughout Wales.
FWAG Cymru reached a significant milestone when hosting its first farmer event since its relaunch as an independent body.
The trail involves CFE partners and the wider industry, including the Farming & Wildlife Advisory Group (FWAG), the NFU and Natural England.
Chris Seabridge, of Staffordshire FWAG, said: 'The Leedham family run Syerscote Manor as a profitable farm business but also manage it to a high environmental standard.