A video showing how CCF is working with its members to improve performance and reduce costs.
It’s been a bumpy ride for farmers across all sectors but for our members who produce milk for a living the chances are that, at this moment in time, they wake up every day knowing they could be worse off by bedtime. The dairy industry here in Wales has had a tough couple of years; … Continue reading CCF Dairy Workshops
The following article on FG insight, featuring CCF’s own Richard Lewis, contains some useful information on the signs and treatment of twin lamb disease and is worth a read as we approach the most critical stages of pregnancy: https://www.fginsight.com/news/stay-vigilant-for-twin-lamb-disease-as-critical-stage-of-pregnancy-approaches-9471
Congratulations to the Coney family from Lower Town Farm, Lampeter Velfrey, Pembrokeshire who scooped the Supreme Lamb Carcass prize at the 2015 Welsh Winter Fair. This season they changed to a lamb blend from our Glanrhyd production facility. Kate Coney stated, “the food was obviously good as they went on to win the supreme champion … Continue reading Centenary Lamb feed scoops Supreme Lamb carcass at 2015 Welsh Winter Fair
Animal Health Best Practice showcased in Pembrokeshire At the end of May the Crymych Branch of Clynderwen and Cardiganshire Farmers held an Animal Health best practice day at Maes y Felin Farm near Whitland hosted by the Williams family. There was an excellent turnout from both local farms and as well as some from further … Continue reading CCF Crymych on Farm
CCF are delighted to have been able to secure a new store so close to our old site in Machynlleth which will help us ensure we can offer an improved service to our valued member customers in that area. The new store at Treowain Inustrial Estate has excellent access and much more storage space for … Continue reading New Store at Machynlleth