The Welsh Government Conversation on CAP Reform closes on 31st March
The Conversation was launched by the Deputy Minister for Agriculture, Alun Davies, in December 2011 with the Deputy Minister saying:
"The CAP is vitally important to Wales and getting the best possible deal for Welsh farmers and rural communities is a key priority for the Welsh Government. To do this, we need to listen actively to what the people in Wales have to say and to understand what is important to them"
The proposed CAP reforms feature a number of issues that will have an impact on farming in Wales, from the changes to the current payments systems to issues around Greening and definitions of active farming.
The Welsh Government has been involved with stakeholders across the agricultural industry to ensure that as many groups and individuals as possible can engage with the discussion on CAP but we urge those who have not yet been involved to have their say.
If you would like to make your views heard on the future of CAP then make sure you fill in the CAP Conversation Document.
You can complete it all or just make your views heard on areas that are important to you. Just make sure any responses are back by 31st March.
You can email your completed forms back to the Welsh Government at firstname.lastname@example.org or post it to them at:
Countryside Policy Division
First Floor, West Wing, CP2
The more evidence the Welsh Government can gather on how proposals will affect Wales the stronger the argument that can be put to the European Union, so it really is a chance for you to help shape the future of CAP in Wales.