It follows a series of blockades by group Farmers for Action in protest of the prices they receive from suppliers for their produce.
Welsh dairy farmers said they won't strike during the Olympics but are prepared to protest again if milk processors fail to reverse cuts.
Dairy farmers will meet with the NFU at Welshpool market this morning to discuss the latest developments in the row over milk prices.
The Welsh meat industry has reacted angrily to a new campaign by the Food Standards Agency that puts lamb in the toilet.
A poster depicting lamb chops at the bottom of a urinal advises people to check the hygiene rating of restaurants - but critics say it's a marketing disaster for Welsh lamb, as Lorna Prichard reports.
– Food Standards Agency spokesperson
The advert does show some delicious-looking lamb in a strange setting. We are not saying there is a problem with lamb.
We are simply reminding consumers to check hygiene standards when eating out, and not just the appearance of an establishment, as this could be deceptive.
We trust the intelligence of the public on this one. We don’t think anyone will be put off eating lamb by this advert.
– Emyr Jones, President of the Farmers' Union of Wales
It is plain idiocy that the repercussions of such an advertisement were not spotted by the FSA. It's little wonder that criminals were able to pass off horsemeat as beef under the FSA's noses if they were too busy dreaming up inflammatory and misleading messages like this.
If premises have standards of hygiene which are akin to food being served in urinals then the FSA should deal with them.
Launching a publically-funded campaign like this and associating a top quality product with standards of hygiene which should result in premises being closed down is absolute madness and a disgrace.
The National Sheep Association has also criticised the inclusion of lamb in the FSA's campaign.
Welsh farmers have criticised a campaign by the Food Standards Agency which shows a lamb chop placed in the bottom of a urinal.
"We are appalled that lamb has been singled out to portray such a negative and extreme message", Farmers' Union of Wales president Emyr Jones said.
The union has demanded that the FSA removes the images from all public places immediately.
ITV Cymru Wales has revealed how easy it is to get a fake horse passport.
One of the reasons the current system is in place is to prevent the sale of stolen horses. The Welsh Government says the Agriculture Minister is calling for Westminister to address the issue.
"I suspect there are probably quite a lot without passports, and there are probably a fair number that don't have the correct passport" says vet Vikki Moran.
"There are many owners who simply don't know how to read a passport, and they won't know for certain whether they've got the right passport for the horse they have in their possession".
The Deputy Minister for Agriculture, Alun Davies, has told ITV News that Welsh beef is of the highest possible quality and that the allegations that emerged yesterday involve one meat processor and do not reflect a "wider problem."
Tributes have been paid to a Carmarthenshire farmer who was crushed to death by a bull. David Stephens, who was 55, died after the accident on his farm near Kidwelly.
Tributes are being paid to a Carmarthenshire farmer, trampled to death by a bull as he tested his cattle for TB. David Stephens, who was 55, died on his farm at Llandyfaelog, near Kidwelly.
Dyfed-Powys Police says officers were called to the farm on Tuesday morning. Mr Stephens was airlifted to Morriston Hospital, where he later died of his injuries. The local coroner, and the Health and Safety Executive, have been informed.
Fellow farmer Gareth Davies said: 'he will be sadly missed, and my sympathy goes to his family.'
I welcome this agreement... I hope that it will provide greater fairness and transparency in contractual arrangements across the sector. I am sure the industry as a whole will welcome the new Code and its potential to transform the way that business is done in the dairy industry.
– Alun Davies, Deputy Minister for Agriculture
It will be important that the operation of the new voluntary Code is kept under review as I want to see the Code deliver real change in the industry.
The dairy industry is of key importance to our economy and our Programme for Government specifically identifies dairy as a priority sector for attention and support. The plan for milk which I announced in July outlines Welsh Government support for the sector and I will be continuing discussions with industry in this regard.
The bodies representing farmers and milk processors have reached an agreement on a voluntary code of best practice over dairy prices.
Earlier this summer, Welsh farmers joined protests and blockades, angry at drops in the price they've been receiving for their milk.
It's believed the code of best practise will give dairy farmers more security against price fluctuation.
– Jim Begg, Dairy UK Director General
This important initiative builds upon existing arrangements, which give farmers and processors security in business relationships, whilst adding additional safeguards that will assure farmers that their contracts are not putting them at a disadvantage in the marketplace. The code should also enable dairy farmers and processors to build relationships of trust and mutual understanding. Only on this basis can the industry create the added value that will protect it from price volatility.