A group of farming leaders have signed an open letter to the Natural Resources Minister calling for more support following last month's snow.
The group say that what has so far been offered does not "adequately compensate for the quite extraordinary and devastating consequences" which it says are having a "dire effect on those businesses affected in Wales."
In the letter, the group call for 'parity of treatment' for farmers in Wales and those in England, Northern Ireland and Scotland who they say have offered 'significant financial packages.'
The group say they have taken the 'unprecedented move' because of the gravity of the position some farmers are facing.
Alun Davies has previously ruled out offering any more support to farmers affected by the snow saying that a lot of businesses have been affected by poor weather and that the Welsh Government can't help them all. Speaking to ITV News he has said that 18,000 farms in Wales are already receiving a total of £260million in direct subsidies.
Meanwhile rules banning the burial of animals have been suspended for two weeks to help farmers deal with their dead livestock.