Seminar Arallgyfeirio – Llanfihangel-Nant-Melan

21/02/2018 18:30 – 21:30 – Fforest Inn,Llanfihangel-nant-Melan, Presteigne, LD8 2TN

 

Ymunwch a Cyswllt Ffermio am nifer o sgyrsiauaddysgiadol ynglŷn â ffermio da byw amgen oddi wrth amaethwyr profiadol – cawn ddysgu am y farchnadeifr, llaeth defaid, ceirw a chigeidion Wagyu.

Bydd Alan Sneddon, Venison Advisory, yn rhannu ei brofiad o reoli’rfuches fwyaf yn y DU yn ogystal â’i brofiad o reoli tramor tra bydd Dr Carrie Rimes o Cosyn Cymru yn rhannu ei phrofiad o gynhyrchu caws o laeth dafad o’r safonuchaf, ynghyd â’r cyfleoedd newydd sydd ar gael yn y farchnad hon. Byddwn hefyd yn croesawuRob Cumine a fydd yn rhoi trosolwg o’i fusnes Natural Wagyu ac yn sôn am ei brofiadau o weithio gyda phrifadwerthwyr bwyd.

Bydd hefyd cyflwyniad Agrisgôp a chyflwyniadphrosiect newydd Menter a Busnes, Agora.

 

Join Farming Connect for an informative evening about farming alternative livestock with experienced farmers – an insight into the goat, sheep milk, venison and Wagyu beef markets.

Alan Sneddon from Venison Advisory will be sharing his experience managing the largest herd in the UK as well as his time managing abroad whilst Dr Carrie Rimes from Cosyn Cymru will be sharing her experience producing award winning cheese from sheep milk, and the new opportunities this market has to offer. We will also be welcoming Rob Cumine who will be giving an insight into his business, Natural Wagyu, and will be talking about his time working for major food retailers.

There will also be an Agrisgôp presentation as well as a presentation of Menter a Busnes’ new project, Agora.

Am ragor o wybodaeth neu i archebu lle, for more information or to book your place, please contact: Gwion Parry 01970 636565 / gwion.parry@menterabusnes.co.uk


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