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FWGS secretary Charlie Morgan said it was "great to see Clwyd back" in a year characterised by "challenging climatic conditions".
Charlie Morgan, secretary of the FWGS, said the time was right to establish a special event to celebrate forward-thinking farmers.
In claiming the title he created a bit of FWGS history by becoming the first double winner to win the award on two different holdings.
In the FWGS Big Bale Silage competition, again run with the RWAS, the judges found "excellent quality" silages from all regions of Wales.
The wildlife on the undeveloped part of the line referred to in the FWGS leaflet has only flourished because there has been no human presence there to disturb it for three decades.
How many people do the FWGS think will want to cycle to and from work on dark winter mornings and evenings in bad weather on an unlit track?
In doing so the FWGS hopes to widen its appeal to a new generation of grassland farmers.
FWGS secretary Charlie Morgan said the time was right to establish a special awards evening in its own right.
FWGS secretary Charlie Morgan said: "With the ever changing economic and environmental climate, big bale forages are establishing a firm position in Welsh agriculture." Winner of this year's All-Wales Big Bale competition, announced last week, was Pembrokeshire farmer Andrew Lewis, of Cilgwyn Mawr, Newport, who runs 67 milkers on 210 acres.
"It is very encouraging to see the attention to detail," said FWGS secretary Charlie Morgan.
On Thursday, August 25, Brysgyni will be opening its gates for a FWGS open day.
Visitors to the FWGS open day on August 25 may also be able to see Brysgyni's two self-catering cottages, shepherd's hut and solar PV panels.
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