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Mon, 13 Mar 2017

Daloni fydd yn holi beth fydd sefyllfa statws wyau maes yng Nghymru. Daloni will be enquiring about the status of free range eggs in Wales.


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-Further effects of bird flu

-on free range egg producers.

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-The situation is deteriorating.

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-Also, the story of one farmer

-who prepares cows...

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-..for others to exhibit in shows.

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-We sold the first calf

-in the 2015 Winter Show.

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-It fetched the highest price

-that day.

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-We then started selling calves

-from home.

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-A successful year

-for one young farmer...

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-..who believes strongly

-that farming has a future.

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-Always take advantage of the

-opportunities that you're given.

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-There's no point saying,

-"Oh, no, we can't do that."

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-If you say can't, there's no hope.

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-December 2016.

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-Over three months ago, news broke

-that the H5N8 strain of bird flu...

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-..had been discovered in Europe,

-in France and Germany.

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-The Government's

-veterinary department...

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-..created flu prevention zones

-with restrictions across Wales.

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-More cases were discovered

-in England and Wales.

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-There is great danger when the

-disease is carried by wild birds.

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-The Welsh Government

-asked all poultry owners...

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-..to keep their birds indoors...

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-..to safeguard them from this

-infectious strain of the disease.

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-These restrictions

-caused problems for many owners.

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-It can affect the status

-of the poultry's free range produce.

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-On February 28, a new bird flu

-prevention zone was announced...

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-..which allowed owners

-to keep their poultry indoors...

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-..or give them controlled access

-to outdoor areas.

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-The current situation is we have

-a new prevention zone in place...

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-..across the whole of Wales.

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-Everyone owning poultry

-is required to consider the risk...

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-..of those birds

-becoming infected with avian flu...

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-..to carry out a self-assessment

-on the bio-security of their unit...

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-..and to put measures in place

-to keep their birds safe.

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-Because of concerns

-for the lamb and beef markets...

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-..Llyr Jones, like many

-Welsh farmers, has diversified.

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-He keeps poultry

-to sell free range eggs.

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-We have strict

-biosecurity measures in place.

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-Everyone is disinfected

-before accessing the site...

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-..and entering the building.

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-We supply everyone

-with suitable clothing.

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-The biosecurity measures

-are strictly followed.

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-The birds arrived

-in the middle of January.

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-The 12-week ban

-doesn't affect us at the moment...

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-..because the ban

-came into force in December.

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-The 12-week ban

-doesn't affect me with free range.

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-By April,

-I hope the weather's improves...

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-..and when the avian flu has gone,

-I can get insurance for the hens...

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-..which allows me to let them out.

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-If we had avian flu now,

-it would put me under.

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-Initially, the cost of the hens...

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-..and then the cost

-of cleaning the shed out.

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-It would cost thousands

-and it would put me out of business.

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-Because of that, I won't let

-them out until I have insurance.

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-There are 16,000 here

-at the moment.

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-We have plans to increase that

-to 32,000 next year, hopefully.

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-The hens are enclosed...

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-..but they have

-a natural environment for hens.

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-There's an area

-where they can scratch and fly...

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-..and all this happens

-in a controlled environment.

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-We can make sure they stay safe

-from avian flu...

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-..and they can have

-everything they need.

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-On the other hand,

-it's a natural environment...

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-..where they can enjoy themselves.

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-Since so many wild birds

-are attracted to the wetlands...

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-..free range egg producers

-who live nearby...

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-..are still worried about

-leaving their poultry out or not.

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-How does this affect Llyr?

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-I have lakes

-either side of the farm.

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-They're owned by my neighbours.

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-They run their own businesses

-and I can't influence them.

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-There's also the

-16,000-acre Clocaenog Forest nearby.

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-Birds are everywhere.

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-It's too much of a risk

-to leave them out at the moment.

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-The flu prevention zone

-will be in place until April 30.

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-Wales has 339

-free range egg producers.

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-The threat is a cause for concern

-with a danger of losing markets.

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-Anyone with a free range contract,

-particularly for eggs...

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-..needs to talk

-to their retailer customers...

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-..to make sure they understand what

-they require under the arrangements.

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-As far as we understand...

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-..once birds have been kept indoors

-for 12 weeks...

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-..they lose that free range status.

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-Some will have to keep their birds

-indoors to meet our requirements.

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-Others may well be able

-to let their birds outdoors...

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-..under special protective measures.

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-Under those circumstances, it's

-likely they can keep that status.

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-It is a matter

-for each poultry producer...

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-..to talk

-to their retailer customer.

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-Some farmers will be

-in franchise with others...

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-..but I deal directly with Tesco.

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-After discussions with Tesco...

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-..they're placing a sticker

-on cartons...

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-..saying,

-"These hens may have gone out."

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-Some people with insurance

-can leave them out.

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-Some people like me,

-without insurance, can't.

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-Tesco have been very fair

-with their price structure.

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-They've helped us out greatly.

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-The English Government have noted

-areas with a high risk of bird flu.

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-Within those areas,

-poultry must be kept indoors.

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-What about producers who live on the

-border between England and Wales?

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-People living on the border who

-keep poultry need to make sure...

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-..they understand whether

-they are in England or Wales.

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-In Wales, they need to follow

-Welsh Government requirements...

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-..to complete

-this bio-security self-assessment.

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-I'm happy with what

-the Assembly has done.

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-It shows that they understand

-the situation.

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-It shows that they've taken

-advice from farmers...

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-..and it's a good decision

-from my point of view.

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-Over the next month, I'm hoping

-the avian flu will disappear.

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-We can then get some insurance

-and the hens can go outside.

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-I've spent money

-on the range and the fences...

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-..so I need them to go out.

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-Next, we join Alun in Lampeter.

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-Berwyn Hughes and his family

-are rearing calves...

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-..to sell from the farmyard.

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-These calves have the potential

-to win red rosettes.

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-The show season is over for now...

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-..but that doesn't mean

-you can't buy a calf...

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-..ready for the summer shows.

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-One farm that specialises

-in selling stock for shows...

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-..straight from the farmyard...

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-..is Cwmhenrhyd Farm

-in Lampeter, Ceredigion.

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-Berwyn Hughes

-and his father, Aeron...

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-..farm 300 acres

-of scattered land...

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-..within three miles

-of their home, Cwmhenrhyd.

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-The family produce

-high-quality beef cattle.

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-They've been successful

-in numerous shows.

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-Did you teach Berwyn

-everything he knows?

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-I've taught him a lot.

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-You can learn lots of new tricks

-and I learn new things every day.

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-I started showing

-when I was 14 in 1969.

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-I bought a heifer

-in Llanybydder mart...

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-..and everyone said, "What on earth

-have you seen in that?"

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-The following year, she was

-reserve champion in Lampeter Mart.

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-That's when I caught the bug.

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-That's when I caught the bug.

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-Berwyn, I'll turn to you.

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-You've been in the business

-for years.

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-Have you changed the way

-you're farming?

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-I don't think we've changed a lot.

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-We've tweaked some things

-here and there.

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-Rearing calves

-has always been my delight.

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-It's not an easy job

-or everyone would be doing it.

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-Shows were your delight too.

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-That's all come from my

-father and grandfather before me.

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-I target

-seven or eight shows a year.

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-You can be proud that you've managed

-to get the breeding right.

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-What breeds do you keep here?

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-Limousin bulls mostly.

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-There are some

-British Blue bulls here.

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-We like crossing the Limousin with

-the British Blue back and forth.

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-If we have a British Blue cow,

-we give her a Limousin bull.

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-If we have a Limousin cow,

-we give her a British Blue bull.

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-That gives you a more uniform calf.

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-Today, the business' focus has

-shifted from rearing and showing...

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-..to rearing calves and selling them

-young for others to show.

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-Well, Berwyn, this one's quiet.

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-It's pretty good on the whole,

-fair play.

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-It's only been tied up

-about four times before.

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-I think it's something to do

-with your nature, as farmers.

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-I've noticed that most of the cattle

-on the farm are quiet.

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-They're quite good.

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-One of the advantages

-of selling from the farm...

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-..is that they see people

-coming and going often.

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-When people are buying a calf,

-they can see its mother and father.

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-Tell me more about this one.

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-Are you preparing this one

-for something special?

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-I sold this one two days ago.

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-A lady came up from Bath to buy it.

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-It was quite a journey for her.

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-It's been sold, it's been TB tested.

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-She'll be picking the calf up

-next weekend, on Saturday.

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-You keep 140 suckler cows.

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-How many calves turn out

-to have the potential for showing?

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-We try and sell about

-30-40 calves every year.

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-You had to find a way to attract

-attention to the new business.

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-How did you do that?

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-Yes, to some extent.

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-We sold the first calf

-in the Winter Fair in 2015.

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-It fetched the highest price

-on that day.

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-We entertained the ideas

-of selling calves from the farm.

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-It's different.

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-When the calves are born, do you

-instinctively know what will happen?

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-Will they be fattened as rearing

-stock or will they be shown?

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-We have a fairly good idea

-when a calf is born...

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-..whether it has show potential.

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-If the calf has two lumps of muscle

-on its hips when it's born...

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-Right here. When the calf is born,

-you look at this part.

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-That's when you can see

-if it has show potential.

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-You search the pin bones

-for these two muscles here...

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-..on top of the plates.

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-If you can see them, the rest

-of the muscles tend to fill out...

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-..in the same way.

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-In terms of the front end...

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-..you want consistency

-running through the body.

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-You don't want too much depth...

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-..you don't want them too heavy

-at the front.

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-You're looking for a smart animal.

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-Dad taught me as a youngster to

-look at the animal like a matchbox.

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-It's the same width

-all the way down.

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-The top and bottom line

-needs to be the same.

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-Whatever the end product, quality

-is the constant factor throughout.

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-With three children following

-in their father's footsteps...

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-..there will be plenty of help

-in the future.

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-What are you plans for the future?

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-Will you continue to sell

-from the farm?

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-It's working out great for us

-at the moment.

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-We started out a year ago.

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-We're fortunate that we have

-seven or eight stock bulls.

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-A lot of the bulls

-are clicking at the moment.

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-We've placed a lot of emphasis...

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-..on the breeding

-of the bulls and cattle.

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-The breeding is more important

-than the shape.

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-There might come a time when the

-boys will want to show the animals.

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-Do you think you'll be back

-on the showgrounds in the future?

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-One day, down the line.

-I won't stop them.

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-If they choose that path,

-I'll be with them all the way.

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-I'll be helping them out.

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-For someone like you,

-seeing your father still going...

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-..after some difficult times

-in the past...

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-..it should give you hope

-for the future.

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-I enjoy what I'm doing.

-That's the most important part.

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-It's a business and a hobby

-at the same time.

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-It's a way of life.

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-Join us after the break

-as Meinir joins a young farmer...

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-..who's making a name for himself

-in the world of agriculture.

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-Welcome back.

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-2016 was a year to forget

-for many...

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-..with so many

-unexpected events in the world.

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-For one young man from Llangadog,

-it was a great year...

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-..with many significant successes.

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-Meinir went to meet him.

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-Cwmcowddu, Llangadog,

-is Aled Davies' home.

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-Last year was an incredible year

-for him.

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-With his friends, Jack and Carys...

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-..he won the Fferm Ffactor

-competition.

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-He was also

-the RWAS Student of the Year...

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-..and secured the Gwili Jones and

-Gareth Raw Rees Travel Scholarships.

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-Another highlight was being crowned

-Wales YFC junior member of the year.

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-He then went on to win

-the national title.

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-Huge congratulations to you, Aled.

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-What a year you've had.

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-I've been very lucky this year. Some

-things have been better than others.

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-Of all the experiences you had,

-which one was the best?

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-Stockman of the year, definite.

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-I've competed as a stockman with

-the YFC since I was ten years old.

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-I've spent many hours

-travelling around the country...

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-..competing

-in different competitions.

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-It's a competition that allows you

-to show different skills...

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-..across the whole sector.

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-It was a real honour to win it.

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-Of all the experiences you had...

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-..being crowned the national

-junior member of the year.

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-That was quite an achievement.

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-It was an honour being named

-junior member of the year.

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-A lot of young farmers

-deserved that title.

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-I'm just lucky

-they chose me on the day.

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-We're all the same really.

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-How difficult was that competition?

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-You had people

-from across the country.

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-There were farmers

-from across England.

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-It was quite a job

-to understand them!

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-And speak English.

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-That was the most difficult part,

-trying to translate.

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-On a county level and Welsh level,

-I spoke Welsh all the way.

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-To try and translate it

-into English was difficult.

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-It went well

-and I was lucky on the day.

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-On top of everything, at the end

-of the year, you won Fferm Ffactor.

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-What was that like?

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-It was an incredible experience.

-There were a number of young teams.

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-Our team had members

-who had different specialities.

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-It was a good job.

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-This isn't Aled's

-first appearance on Ffermio.

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-I visited him as a schoolboy

-and as a student in Coleg Sir Gar.

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-One thing is certain, he has

-an old head on young shoulders.

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-All his focus is on agriculture.

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-Aled, there's a variety of breeds

-in this shed.

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-It's like a bit of a zoo.

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-We mostly have Beulah and Cheviot.

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-We give them a Bluefaced ram

-and sell the mules up in Builth.

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-That's a popular cross.

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-That's a popular cross.

-

-Many farmers are doing it right now.

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-A mule sheep,

-from a Beulah or Cheviot...

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-..she works hard and produces

-two lambs most of the time.

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-She lives longer too.

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-You've seen a lot

-during your lifetime...

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-..even though you're still young.

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-How much have you benefitted

-from going to college?

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-Quite a lot -

-more than just the practical side...

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-..we learn about

-the technical side of farming.

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-Making sure we have the right diets

-and the different vaccines...

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-..to avoid the need for treatment

-after the event.

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-The new venture on the farm is

-the poultry shed. How's that going?

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-It's going well.

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-What inspired you to build the shed?

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-The family's always

-been interested in poultry.

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-Hens have been part of Mam's life

-since she was younger.

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-We all pulled together and spoke

-to people in the poultry industry.

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-That's how the interest developed.

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-It's important to look at other

-sources of income on the farm.

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-In a few years' time, keeping sheep

-might not be as profitable.

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-You never know. You don't know

-what's around the corner.

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-Having a variety of different stock

-will always help.

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-You're not putting all your eggs

-in one basket!

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-Quite right.

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-As a result of being in Gelli Aur...

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-..you had the chance

-to travel to New Zealand.

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-That was good. 50 of us

-visited New Zealand last autumn.

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-It was an eye opener.

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-We visited a different farm

-every day for three weeks.

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-We saw the ins and outs

-of New Zealand in a nutshell.

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-It's a different way

-to look at things.

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-You can't bring

-what they have out there to Wales...

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-..but you can learn a lot from them.

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-They can also learn from us.

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-Aled has also secured a scholarship

-from Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol...

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-..for an Agriculture degree

-through the medium of Welsh...

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-..in Coleg Sir Gar.

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-The greatest pleasure for him is

-working with his family on the farm.

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-Here, in Cwmcowddu,

-you've made a lot of recent changes.

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-How will you move the farm on

-in the future?

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-My brother and I are trying to make

-things as efficient as possible.

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-At the end of the day,

-however much land you have...

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-..you need to maximise every acre.

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-We need to use the skills

-we learn at college...

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-..on the farm and try and produce

-as much as we can from the land...

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-..without needing to add

-to the farm.

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-We must also ensure that we produce

-what the market demands...

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-..and not what Dad and Tad-cu

-have always produced.

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-I'm not saying what they did

-is no good to us now...

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-..but things move on and we

-have to move with the times...

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-..or we'll have to change a lot

-at the same time.

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-Moving on,

-we must keep our eyes open...

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-..and not be too blinkered

-with what's gone on in the past.

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-Is there room for more technology

-in Cwmcowddu?

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-There's room

-for new technology everywhere.

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-It will make farming more efficient.

-Technology gives you precision.

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-Knowing how to use it properly

-is the trick.

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-At the end of the day,

-this is a real family farm.

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-We're all trying to do our best...

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-..but Mam and Dad ultimately

-keep everything going.

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-Everyone tries to do what they can.

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-You've visited Europe

-to see how agriculture works...

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-..in the European Union.

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-What's the most important aspect

-you've learnt?

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-The most important aspect

-I've learnt...

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-..is taking advantage

-of the opportunities you're given.

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-There's no point saying,

-"Oh, no, we can't do that."

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-If you say can't, there's no hope.

0:23:000:23:02

-Keep your eyes open - who knows what

-we'll face in five years' time...

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-..especially with Brexit.

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-We must keep an open mind as we move

-forward and challenge the future.

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-Aled Davies,

-we'll be keeping our eye on him.

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-Good luck to him in the future.

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-That's it from another episode

-of Ffermio.

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-We hope you'll join us again

-next week.

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-Goodbye.

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Daloni fydd yn holi beth fydd sefyllfa statws wyau maes yng Nghymru. Daloni will be enquiring about the status of free range eggs in Wales.