NFU Cymru has a new leader following the election of Pembrokeshire dairy farmer Stephen James as president.

Mr James (pictured), who had served as deputy president, takes over from Ed Bailey. He is a former NFU Cymru county chairman for Pembrokeshire and the union’s bovine TB spokesman.

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Deputy president is beef and sheep farmer John Davies, of Merthyr Cynog, Brecon, who also runs silage contracting and holiday accommodation businesses.

The presidency was unopposed but there were two contenders for the post of deputy president. John Owen, the union’s less favoured area board chairman, also stood for election.

The new president is on Twitter @NFUCpresident