WBCSWelsh Black Cattle Society (Gwynedd, UK)
WBCSWhite Blood Cell Scintigraphy
WBCSWhole Blood Culture System
WBCSWeb-Based Collaborative System (online projects)
WBCSWireless Broadband Communication Systems (technology)
WBCSWest Bengal Civil Service (India)
WBCSWeekly Business Consulting Service (Omaha, NE)
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Any young member wishing to apply for the post of Deputy Young Member Ambassador should contact the WBCS Builth Wells office by Tuesday, April 14 on 01982 551111.
About WBCS Headquartered in Arlington, Texas, the Women's Business Council -- Southwest (WBCS) is dedicated to increasing mutually beneficial procurement opportunities between certified woman-owned businesses, corporations, businesses, government entities, institutions and other organizations.
In a week when the Welsh Blacks won the RWAS Queen's Cup, WBCS president Lorraine Howells added: "It's a shame that, at such a wonderful show, a few mindless idiots should spoil things.
The sale is the second Society sale to be held at Llandovery within a seven-week period, and the market is recognised as a popular buying centre for those travelling from England and the Borders," said WBCS chief executive, Andrew James.
The society has confirmed it is introducing a new WBCS National Show which will debut at this year's Talybont Show on August 28.
Mrs Jones, who was WBCS president in the run-up to the society's centenary year in 2004, farms with her sons Meredith and Gwilym at Hafod-yr-Esgob Isaf, Bala.
Further enquires from Germany are also looking promising as the society prepares to host two separate groups of farmers this summer," said WBCS chief executive Andrew James.
The sale was a great success with three times more Welsh Black cattle compared to the same sale in 2007," said WBCS chief executive Andrew James "The prices were also better in most of the classes reflecting on the demand for Wales' beef cattle.
In a survey taken among WBCS members with operations in Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Arkansas, 61 percent said their 2008 revenue would be up by 26 percent or more, with 45 percent estimating their year-end revenue would be at least 50 percent higher than last year.
The three-week WBCS trip to Australia was organised to promote the breed globally, forge business links, develop bloodlines and market breed genetics.
WBCS chief executive AndrewJames said the milestone added up to a tremendous feat that puts the breed back on par with its position 30 years ago, before the influx of continental cattle.
After so much doom and gloom in the agricultural industry in 2007, this year has got off to a great start," said WBCS chief executive Andrew James.