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Newtown farm open days raise £1,500 for Lingen Davies Cancer Fund

Two Stabiliser Cattle farm open days helped raise £1,500 for Lingen Davies Cancer Fund.

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The events were staged at Bettws Hall, near Newtown – the 1,200 acre farm, run by Gwyn and Ann Evans.

The public were invited to tour the farm on two separate open days in March and April showcasing the modern facilities and farming practices used on more than 320 cattle.

As well as the tour, the events were also supported by chefs from the local Bull & Heifer pub who provided homemade stabliser cattle burgers.

Bettws Hall became a stabiliser cattle multiplier in 2014 and the family have grown their herd to more than 300 head of cattle alongside their flock of 1,000 highlander and Welsh mules.

As well as the farm, Bettws Hall are also Europe's leading game farm and sporting estates where total donations from the 2022-23 season amassed £12,225 for the Lingen Davies Cancer Fund, taking their grand total since supporting the charity to £37,695.91.

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