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Membership of the Wales Animal Health & Welfare Group.

  • Peredur Hughes – Chair

    William Peredur Hughes has farmed on Anglesey in his family’s dairy farm for the last 40 years. Over the years William Peredur Hughes has demonstrated commitment to the welsh farming industry as President of NFU Cymru from 2001 to 2006, as well as undertaking a range of other roles. He was previously Chair of the Wales Animal Health and Welfare Strategy Steering Group and former Chairman of the North Wales TB Eradication Board.

  • David Davies

    David Davies, who runs a farming enterprise and property letting business. David is also chairman of the Welsh Advisory Board of NFU Mutual Insurance and former president of the Welsh Dairy Show.

  • Moss Jones

    Moss Jones, director of the Welsh Agricultural Organisation Society and managing director of Quality Welsh Food Certification Ltd. Moss is also company secretary of Welsh Lamb & Beef Producers Ltd, Livestock Marketing and president of South Caernarfon Creameries.

  • Professor Joanna Price

    Professor Joanna Price, Head of Bristol University Veterinary School involved in teaching, administration and research. Joanna has spent time in veterinary practice in the UK and overseas and has held a variety of academic positions, including Head of Department of Veterinary Basic Sciences at the Royal Veterinary College, London.

  • Ifan Lloyd

    Ifan Lloyd, veterinary surgeon in clinical practice and a senior partner of a veterinary group with surgeries in Swansea and Neath. Ifan is the Welsh regional representative on the British Veterinary Association (BVA) Council.

  • Paula Boyden

    Paula graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 1992, spending 11 years in general practice before joining Intervet/Schering-Plough Animal Health as a veterinary adviser in 2003. She joined Dogs Trust as Deputy Veterinary Director in June 2010 and became Veterinary Director in August 2011.

  • Abi Reader

    Abi is a 3rd generation dairy farmer in South Wales and has been farming for more than 10 years. Abi manages a 750 acre farm which comprises of a mixed dairy herd of Holstein Friesians and Dairy Shorthorns. Abi was elected as NFU Cymru County Chairman in 2014. Off the farm, Abi is involved in hosting farm open days and charity events.