The Welsh food and farming industry is in danger of "being put back decades" when the UK leaves the European Union, the environment secretary has warned.
A UKIP Welsh Assembly Member says access to the European single market is a "critical priority" for farmers post-Brexit.
Funding to support farmers after Brexit must be handed directly to Wales and spent in full on agriculture, a Welsh Assembly committee has said.
Wales' finance secretary has warned UK ministers not to take "toxic" action to "roll back devolution" during Brexit.
The Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee in Wales is asking farmers to give their views about what a Welsh agricultural policy should look like after the UK leaves the EU.