IBERS

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IBERSInstitute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences (UK)
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The IBERS squad beat six other university and YFC teams to defend a trophy it first won last year - despite being furthest from the five trial plots.
If, after field trials, the clover is approved, IBERS expects it to lower farming reliance on expensive bought-in concentrates.
Working with South Wales processor Celtic Pride, IBERS hopes to create protocols for the production of grass-fed beef with improved fat composition.
| Sclerotinia-resistant red clover being grown for polycrossing at IBERS
An open evening session for all farmers saw Mr Daniel and Mr Lewis joined by Aberystwyth University IBERS grassland specialists John Moorby and Alan Lovatt.
Vicky King is a full-time research project coordinator at IBERS, and regular volunteer with the Dyfi Osprey Project.
Wales' chief vet Dr Christianne Glossop said | Project leader Prof Luis Mur of IBERS PICTURE: ANTHONY PUGH the test, if successful, would not only accelerate the country's TB Eradication Programme, it would put Wales "firmly on the global map".
The accreditation endorses the employability of IBERS bioscience graduates, and their readiness for a career in bioscience research.
Physical searches would be impractical on a national scale, said Dr Hefin Williams, an agricultural environment lecturer at IBERS.
Dr Hefin Williams, lecturer in the agricultural environment with Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol at IBERS said: "We are launching this initiative at the Wales YFC AGM in Aberystwyth this weekend with the aim of working closely with young farmers to enhance their skill set, and enabling them to understand and then adopt some cutting-edge methods resulting from our research."