In 1996, it merged with the agricultural faculty at the university and became the Welsh Institute of Rural Studies.
What does WIRS stand for?
WIRS stands for Welsh Institute of Rural Studies (University of Wales; Aberystwyth, Wales, UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
They received their awards from John Harries, of the Welsh Institute Of Rural Studies last Tuesday, at the Royal Welsh Show.
And according to a survey by the Welsh Institute of Rural Studies, many farmers here are going the opposite way by turning to organic methods.
His son, Daniel, 24, a sheep researcher at Aberystwyth University, also collected a winning rosette for a Blue Faced Leicester lamb bred by the Welsh Institute of Rural Studies.
The Farm Business Survey conducted for the National Assembly by the Welsh Institute of Rural Studies estimates that net farm income for the 12 months from March 2003 will increase by pounds 2,300 to pounds 16,400 in 2003-04.
Dylan Jones, of Y Bala, received the RWAS award for the Best Student of Agriculture at the Welsh Institute of Rural Studies, University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
Byline: Professor Peter Midmore of the Welsh Institute of Rural Studies.
The annual Farm Business Survey was conducted for the Assembly by the Welsh Institute of Rural Studies, Aberystwyth.