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News ................1-7 Comment ..............8 Health Highlight .......14 News in focus ......16-17 Nutrition Notes ........18 Around the marts ...19-21 Services ..............24 YFC news ..........30-31


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ARM animals in awintry barn will adorn mantelpieces across Wales this Christmas after aPembrokeshire school pupil wona


national competition. ElizebethEvanswonthe Welsh section of the Farm-


ers’ Union ofWales’ competition to designaChristmas card with afarming theme. FUWpresidentEmyr Jones said: “The competition


wasagreatsuccess again, attracting hundreds of entries fromacrossWales. “I would like to thank every child who entered the competition and tell them thatwithout their partici- pation the contestwould not have been suchasuccess. Iwould also like to expressmygratitude to the staffat the schools up and down the country thatassisted the FUWin the running of the competition. “It gave children in urban and rural areas of Wales


an opportunitytoconnect with thefarming industry and express their thoughts in acreative and colourful way. Ibelieve it is vital thatweasfarmers maintain a strong link with young people so thatthey understand the waythatfood is produced in this country.” The cards are availabletobuy in packs of 10 for£5


fromFUWcounty offices throughoutWales or by mail order from the union’s head office in Aberystwyth. Proceeds will go towards theFUWpresident’s chosen charities hospices Ty Hafan and Ty Gobaith. Elizebeth, aged 10, wona£30 gift voucher,apacket


of the cards depicting the design and £50 forNarberth CP school. The winner of the English category wasfive-year- old TillyEdwards of Caerau Primary School, Maesteg.


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