The NFU represents around 2,000 farmers with an interest in organics.
We passionately support all farmers and recognise the important role organic producers have to play as part of the agricultural sector, as well as the opportunity that organic production offers.
Organic members are specifically represented through the NFU’s Organic Forum.
High-level agreement has been reached on an update to the EU rules for organic production, with new regulations expected to come into force on 1 July 2020.
Organic Forum member Haydn Evans reflects upon his meeting with Secretary of State, Michael Gove, at the Royal Welsh Show 2017.
The NFU Organic Forum is hosting a series of free on-farm events, open to both conventional & organic farmers.
The food chain team meets regularly with the organic supply chain.
The NFU is offering discounted Grocery Code training for its members. An understanding of the GSCOP is essential for any commercial negotiations with retailers.
The NFU works tirelessly to make a difference. This newsletter is sent to our organic farmer members, industry representatives and policy-makers.
The NFU Organic Forum represents more than 2,000 organic members and acts as a voice for organic producers within the NFU.
The formalised NFU Organic Forum, has a designated representative from each of the NFU's regions and Wales. The Forum informs NFU policy and articulates the concerns of the organic sector.
Here's our latest round-up of work for NFU members and the successes we've achieved.
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