Farmers' Union of Wales Glamorgan branch members enjoyed a visit to JCB's world HQ in Rocester, Staffordshire, to get a look at the company's excavator production line.
What does FUW stand for?
FUW stands for Farmers' Union of Wales (est. 1955)
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We have 3 other meanings of FUW in our Acronym Attic
- First Unitarian Universalist Society of Middleboro (Middleborough, MA)
- Fac Ut Vivas (Latin: get a life)
- Far Ultraviolet (100-200 nm)
- Farm Utility Vehicle
- Follow Up Visit
- Fun Utility Vehicle (Royal Canadian Air Farce TV show)
- Far Ultraviolet Spectrographic Imager (100-200 nm)
- Fundação Universitária para o Vestibular
- First Use of Violent Force
- Far Ultraviolet Imager
- Federal University Wukari (Nigeria)
- Finanz und Wirtschaft (German: Finance and Economy; investor publication; Switzerland)
- Fizyka Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego (Polish: University of Warsaw Physics; Warsaw, Poland)
- For Use With
- Friends of Unity Wetlands (Unity, ME)
- Fed Up with Acronyms
- Functiewaarderingssysteem (Dutch)
- Fire Use Working Team (Charleston, SC; National Wildfire Coordinating Group)
- Forum Use while Under the Influence (Internet slang)
- Freedom Under X-Ray (band)
Samples in periodicals archive:
THE Farmers' Union of Wales has chosen the Wales Air Ambulance as its charity for 2010.
The Vale of Glamorgan MP spoke to members of the Farmers' Union of Wales in Cowbridge to discuss current farming issues and the opportunities created by the multi-billion pound Defence Training Academy in St Athan.
uk THERE are now 40% fewer dairy farmers in Wales than there were a decade ago, according to the Farmers' Union of Wales (FUW).
ALL seven members of the Welsh shearing team will be at this year's Farmers' Union of Wales annual dinner at the Metropole Hotel, Llandrindod Wells, on Saturday, October 24.
Friends of the Earth Cymru, the Farmers' Union of Wales, the National Federation of Women's Institutes Wales and GM Free Cymru have arranged a reception to call for tough regulations.
Arwyn Owen, of the Farmers' Union of Wales, said: "Farmers are making a loss on their milk output so why produce more milk just to make more of a loss?
The Farmers' Union of Wales expressed concerns about the proposed ending of laboratory services in Aberystwyth and Carmarthen and the impact on the fight against bovine tuberculosis and other diseases.