FUW

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AcronymDefinition
FUWFinanz und Wirtschaft (German: Finance and Economy; investor publication; Switzerland)
FUWFederal University Wukari (Nigeria)
FUWFarmers' Union of Wales (est. 1955)
FUWFor Use With
FUWFriends of Unity Wetlands (Unity, ME)
FUWFizyka Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego (Polish: University of Warsaw Physics; Warsaw, Poland)
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The Farmers' Union of Wales is warning that the persistent wet weather has left many fields in Wales "completely saturated".
Then, in December 1955, the Farmers' Union of Wales was born.
The jockeys were competing at a joint fundraising event organised by the Farmers' Union of Wales Gwent and Glamorgan county branches for Cancer Research Wales and Velindre Cancer Centre.
The Farmers' Union of Wales said producers had been asked for their views on the planned west Wales cull, which forms part of the Assembly Government's strategy for tackling bovine TB.
'It is a refreshing form of diversification from such an enterprising family,' smiled Farmers' Union of Wales president Gareth Vaughan yesterday.
The Prince of Wales is to receive an award for his contribution to rural issues and support for the traditional family farm, the Farmers' Union of Wales announced today.
The Farmers' Union of Wales claims pounds 1billion of "dirty meat" is brought into Britain every year through ports and airports.
The Farmers' Union of Wales said the agriculture industry was in such a crisis it was not surprised the calves had been dumped.
Flintshire NFU AGM FLINTSHIRE farmers are invited to join the Farmers' Union of Wales at their Annual General Meeting next week, to discuss the the red meat industry in Wales, rural crime in north east Wales and potential funding opportunities for farm businesses.
A 10TH-GENERATION farmer from Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant has taken over the role of county chairman in Montgomeryshire for the Farmers' Union of Wales.
FORMER Farmers' Union of Wales deputy president Tom Jones has been elected a life member of the union in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the union and Welsh agriculture over many years.
The Vale of Glamorgan MP spoke to members of the Farmers' Union of Wales in Cowbridge to discuss current farming issues and the opportunities created by the multi-billion pound Defence Training Academy in St Athan.