NFFN Farm Visit – Esgairlllaethdy, Myddfai
This is a great opportunity to see farming with nature in action and hear first-hand the benefits of nature-friendly farming approaches. This is also a chance to meet other like-minded nature-friendly farmers, share knowledge and experience and learn new things.
On Thursday 19th May at 2pm Hywel Morgan is hosting a farm walk and talk at his farm, Esgairllaethdy, Myddfai, Carmarthenshire.
You can book via the link Eventbrite link at the bottom of this page , or feel free to e-mail Rhys – email@example.com for more information.
Esgairllaethdy, Myddfai, Carmarthenshire – 2pm, Thursday 19th May
Hywel farms beef and sheep at Esgairllaethdy, Myddfai, Llandovery, on the western end of the Brecon Beacons. The farm comprises 230 acres, including 50 acres of conservation grazing, plus grazing rights on the adjoining common land known as Myndd Du, where his cattle help manage the land for biodiversity. There are also 25 acres of native woodland.
Hywel believes farmers and consumers need to connect more and together, can drive change for a better planet. Hywel has planted thousands of thousands of trees on the farm, and lets his hedges grow up and out to provide shelter for livestock, plus food and shelter for wildlife. He believes biodiverse rich upland farms are underestimated for the amount of carbon they already sequester, through rich tapestries of grasses and mosses. Hywel champions a working farmed landscape, the importance of rural communities and how vital it is that we protect our farm businesses for future farming generations.
For more information, or to book your place click here.
Myddfai, Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, UK