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Dei Everiss

Dai Jones sy'n ymweld a Dei Everiss yn ardal Llangernyw, ger Abergele, graddiwr wyn mewn marchnadoedd yng Ngogledd Cymru. Dai Jones visits lamb grader Dei Everiss in the Llanger...


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-This is such a beautiful area.

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-I'm in Llangernyw,

-visiting Ty Isa Gell Farm.

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-It's the home of a man

-with a rather unusual name...

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-..Dei Everiss.

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-Dei works as a lamb grader

-at local livestock marts.

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-He spends all day, every day,

-arguing with farmers...

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-..when he marks down lambs

-that don't make the grade!

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-Every evening, he returns home...

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-..to this paradise.

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-He certainly knows what

-today's markets are looking for.

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-You can tell

-by the quality of his stock.

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-I need to catch up with him -

-he's on a bike or in a van...

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-..and Dai is on foot!

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-The sun has come out.

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-It'll be hot this afternoon.

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-It'll be hot this afternoon.

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-Yes, I'm sure it will.

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-You have an unusual name - Everiss.

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-Everiss, yes.

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-I don't know where it comes from.

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-I'm not interested in such things -

-I'm Everiss, that's that!

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-Have you always lived locally?

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-Yes, I was born and raised

-in Llangernyw.

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-My uncle lived at Ty Isa Gell.

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-When I left school,

-I came to work on the farm.

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-Good gracious,

-these views are superb!

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-Yes, they are.

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-It's a lovely spot.

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-Tell me about the area.

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-There's Gwytherin,

-and Merddyn is on the hill.

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-Hiraethog is over there.

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-The Sportsman's Arms.

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-Lower down, you have Bodfari.

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-Lower down, you have Bodfari.

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-I'm looking at the sheep.

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-We're high above sea level.

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-About 1,000 feet.

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-About 1,000 feet.

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-Really?

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-You're fortunate -

-you have a decent patch of land.

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-I have 75 acres, here.

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-I also rent 12 acres in Llangernyw.

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-There's plenty of good,

-healthy land for animals.

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-Yes, there's good land

-around Llangernyw.

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-Is this an area

-for hunting and pheasants?

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-A lot of hunting takes place.

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-We hunt all winter.

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-We shoot pheasants.

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-These are old traditions

-that you're keen to maintain.

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-Some species must be controlled.

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-It's no use buying expensive rams

-if foxes kill the lambs.

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-No!

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-No!

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-They're your livelihood.

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-You have quite a lot of land -

-you're a busy man...

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-..you also work at the marts.

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-It's a demanding job.

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-That's right.

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-It's an interesting job - I've

-learned a lot since I came here.

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-You know exactly what type of lamb

-is in demand in the markets.

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-That's your job.

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-Shape is important.

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-I like a good fleece -

-you can tell a lot by the fleece.

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-It's nice that we can spare an hour

-of our day, just to stand here.

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-It's wonderful.

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-Wonderful.

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-Wonderful.

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-And peaceful.

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-Yes, this is his paradise.

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-His home is an ideal haven

-after a hard day's work...

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-..in the markets of North Wales.

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-They're completely different worlds.

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-They're not bad, Dei.

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-No, not bad.

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-Is Beltex your preferred breed?

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-Yes, increasingly so.

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-Yes, increasingly so.

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-Look at that one.

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-I bought him last year in Bryncir.

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-I bought him last year in Bryncir.

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-Really?

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-Being a grader must be useful

-when you're buying.

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-Hindquarters are important.

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-They're a good length, too.

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-Where are you taking them?

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-Where are you taking them?

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-Into the field.

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-Let's hope your lambs sell well -

-those rams cost a lot of money.

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-Yes, indeed!

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-It's hot again today.

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-Terribly hot.

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-Dei the grader is a busy man.

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-Each morning, he exchanges the peace

-of his farm in Llangernyw...

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-..for the hurly-burly

-of the markets of North Wales.

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-It couldn't be any hotter

-if I were in Spain!

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-I'm in the shadows of Cwm Pennant.

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-This is Bryncir mart.

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-Dei is grading lambs.

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-They're arriving in their hundreds.

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-On a busy morning, Dei assesses

-and grades hundreds of lambs.

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-He's a master of his craft,

-making it all look so easy.

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-He weighs them up quickly

-and casts a keen eye over them.

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-His skills have been honed

-by years of experience.

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-You get all kinds of breeds.

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-Yes, all kinds of breeds.

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-Yes, all kinds of breeds.

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-Colours show up at once.

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-Grading is vitally important.

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-Yes, otherwise quality

-would be too variable.

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-Feeding patterns change

-at this time of the year.

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-Male lambs tend to lose weight

-at this time.

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-There aren't so many Texels

-at this time of year.

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-There are more speckled

-and Welsh Mountain sheep.

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-Texels have done a lot

-to improve quality in lambs.

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-Cross-breeding Texels with

-Welsh Mountain sheep works well.

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-John Lloyd Williams is one of the

-senior auctioneers at Bryncir mart.

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-He keeps order...

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-..as lambs arrive from all parts

-of Arfon, Dwyfor and Llyn.

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-They're nice lambs,

-with a touch of Texel.

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-They've come from a farm

-that's close to Bardsey Island...

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-..Gwyddel Farm in Uwchmynydd.

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-They travel a fair distance.

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-They travel a fair distance.

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-It's a large catchment area.

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-It includes Llyn,

-Caernarfon, Harlech...

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-..and across

-the new Pont Briwet bridge.

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-That's a bonus.

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-There are all kinds of breeds.

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-We get lots of Welsh Mountain sheep

-at this time of year.

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-Some good cross-bred lambs too.

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-There are customers for every type.

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-Smaller Welsh lambs

-may not do so well.

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-It's the time of year when

-older grass is getting sparse...

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-..and it takes time for lambs

-to become used to fresh grass.

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-Gaining weight

-becomes more difficult.

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-August is the most difficult month,

-but things are getting better.

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-Wednesday is the day for fat lambs.

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-Wednesday is the day for fat lambs.

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-Every Wednesday, yes.

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-Do you have enough customers?

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-Do you have enough customers?

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-Yes, we're fortunate.

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-Some customers have been with us

-since we started 15 years ago.

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-You need the support

-of local farmers.

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-Some of them are very interesting

-characters indeed.

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-Tags generate

-a lot of extra work.

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-Yes, indeed.

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-It's a very boring job.

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-Are you in charge of all this?

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-No, just these three pens.

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-I keep the wolf from the...

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-I keep the wolf from the...

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-From the door?

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-These sheep have grazed on Snowdon.

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-Yes, I suppose.

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-Some of them

-aren't carrying enough meat.

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-That's where a grader is useful.

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-That's where a grader is useful.

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-Yes, and we have a good one.

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-He knows his job.

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-You have plenty to keep you busy.

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-Gareth is quite particular,

-to be honest.

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-He's more particular than I am.

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-They're fine lambs, Dei.

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-You've graded every single lamb.

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-How many days a week do you work?

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-How many days a week do you work?

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-I'm in Mold on Mondays.

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-Llanrwst on Tuesdays,

-and Gaerwen this afternoon.

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-Graders are important figures

-in businesses like this one.

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-Yes, and he's

-completely independent.

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-He's not employed by the company.

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-His job is maintaining standards

-for buyers.

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-Abattoirs demand

-a certain type of lamb.

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-They don't want underweight lambs.

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-Dei helps maintain standards

-and consistency.

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-He helps to maintain

-confidence among buyers, too.

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-Yes, but he must also

-be sensitive to farmers.

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-Farmers don't want their lambs

-marked down.

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-But he knows how to deal with

-farmers and how to avoid trouble.

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-What's your opinion of Dei Everiss?

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-He's a fair man, it must be said.

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-But you can't please everyone.

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-Judging by the smile on his face,

-I don't think he's an angry type.

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-I've never seen him angry!

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-I can't tell you anything

-about that!

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-He's a character,

-and he's easy to work with.

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-He's very helpful.

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-Yes, Dei Everiss is well-respected.

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-Auctioneers and farmers appreciate

-the work of a good grader.

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-What's the farmers' response?

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-What's the farmers' response?

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-Not bad.

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-You're there to help them.

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-You get the occasional crank,

-but not many.

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-And you don't bark back at them!

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-Unless I have to!

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-You have to, sometimes!

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-Summer is turning into autumn.

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-Yes, leaves are changing colour.

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-What do you have in here?

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-Are these the type of lambs

-you'd like to grade every week?

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-I'd like lambs like this every week.

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-Let's take a look.

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-Colour can tell you a lot

-about a lamb.

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-Yes.

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-What do you look for in a lamb?

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-What do you look for in a lamb?

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-They must carry plenty of meat.

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-I like a good tail, too.

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-Lots of the lambs that are brought

-to the mart are terribly lean.

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-They're alright, but...

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-..I like to see more meat on them.

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-It's the type of thing

-that affects trade, isn't it?

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-Sometimes, you have to accept lambs

-that aren't quite ready.

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-Have they been fed on rape?

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-Have they been fed on rape?

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-No, just grass.

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-The lambs that are more yellow

-in colour are ready to sell.

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-Yes, they're the next to go.

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-Fat lambs are a fine sight.

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-Look at that width.

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-It'll make a fine carcass.

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-It'll make a fine carcass.

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-Yes, indeed.

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-Years ago, there'd be nothing

-but black-headed lambs in markets.

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-They'd all have black heads.

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-White heads are more common,

-nowadays.

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-If the price is right,

-you'll make a fortune.

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-Yes, we all need money.

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-Yes, we all need money.

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-I'll help you count it!

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-HE WHISTLES

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-That's what lambs should look like.

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-Excellent!

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-Although Dei Everiss

-is a sheep man...

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-..he also keeps a herd

-of Welsh Black cattle.

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-They're excellent cattle.

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-They're excellent cattle.

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-They're not bad.

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-They're almost ready.

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-Welsh Black cattle are rare in this

-area - where do you buy stock?

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-In Dolgellau.

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-It's rare to see them at sales -

-they're difficult to find.

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-I thought you just kept sheep,

-but cattle help to fill the gap.

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-I always keep 12 to 15 steers.

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-But I prefer sheep.

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-With sheep, you can do

-most of the work yourself.

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-I do my own shearing.

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-Really?

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-Yes.

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-It saves a little money.

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-I was waiting for that!

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-I have no interest in machinery.

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-I'm just the same.

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-I'm just the same.

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-No interest at all.

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-Give me four legs, not four wheels!

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-Give me four legs, not four wheels!

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-Yes, indeed!

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-At Ty Isa Gell, Dei and his wife,

-Sian, have raised a family.

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-Their daughters, Haf and Lowri,

-are the apple of his eye.

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-I'm studying at Bangor University.

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-I'm entering my third year.

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-What subject - religion?

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-No, criminology and sociology.

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-What a contrast!

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-What school do you go to?

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-What school do you go to?

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-Dyffryn Conwy.

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-Do you know what you want to do?

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-Not yet, I don't know.

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-It's an ideal place to grow up -

-it's so quiet.

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-Yes, I appreciate it much more,

-after living in Bangor.

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-The peace and quiet is lovely.

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-Who helps Dad most?

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-We both help as necessary -

-we all try to help

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-You help with the sheep, do you?

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-You help with the sheep, do you?

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-Yes, we bring in the sheep.

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-We also help with lambing.

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-Very good.

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-Your father is quite a joker.

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-He's terrible,

-but he's also great fun!

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-He's a very decent man.

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-Decent?!

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-Yes, sometimes!

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-He's a real character!

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-You know him well!

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-Yes, I know him well.

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-The wooded hills

-of the Llangernyw area...

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-..are a perfect habitat for another

-of Dei Everiss's interests...

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-..pheasants.

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-"Hail the morning,

-when I shall see him as he is."

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-This is a good spot.

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-It's not bad.

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-This is where you keep the food.

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-Yes, for the upper pen -

-there's another pen lower down.

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-Do you visit every day?

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-Yes, one of the group members.

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-I'll just fetch some food.

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-It's in a good spot.

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-It's in a good spot.

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-It's nice and dry.

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-There are some pheasants over there.

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-Does the lower wire keep foxes out?

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-Does the lower wire keep foxes out?

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-Yes.

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-There we go.

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-The food trickles down.

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-The food trickles down.

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-Yes, when they peck.

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-Your pheasants must be clever!

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-Your pheasants must be clever!

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-Yes, they're clever!

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-Clever enough to dodge the guns!

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-Rearing pheasants isn't easy.

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-They must be fed each morning

-and each evening.

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-The work is shared

-between the syndicate members.

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-How big is the group?

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-How big is the group?

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-There are ten of us.

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-It's something to do in winter.

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-It's something to do in winter.

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-Have you been doing this for long?

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-Yes, I've always been keen on guns.

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-I'm not keen on guns.

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-I wish I was, to be honest.

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-There's so much to learn.

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-I took part

-in a clay pigeon shoot, once.

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-I fired,

-and fell flat on my backside!

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-I thought my arm had come off!

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-But shooting is popular, nowadays.

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-In some places,

-it can be a very expensive hobby.

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-Yes.

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-Places that attract grand people

-in their helicopters.

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-There are ten of us.

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-We have a lot of fun.

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-After a day's shooting, we retire

-to the Stag to discuss how it went.

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-Do you pull each other's legs?

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-We joke about who needs

-to go to Specsavers...

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-..and who's using

-polystyrene cartridges!

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-One thing's for certain...

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-..I wouldn't go near

-those electric fences!

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-But there's no time for any more

-chat - there's grading to be done.

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-Today, we're at Gaerwen mart

-in Anglesey.

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-Sheep are arriving and Dei

-starts checking them at once.

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-Oh, the purple marker

-is out already!

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-But the first group isn't typical.

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-The stock is always up to standard

-at Gaerwen.

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-They're nice lambs.

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-They're nice lambs.

-

-Yes, they're not bad.

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-Are they Penderyn sheep?

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-Are they Penderyn sheep?

-

-Yes, Penderyn.

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-Things are going well - you're not

-marking many of them down.

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-They're quite good,

-apart from the first ones.

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-The owners must have thought

-they'd catch you half-asleep!

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-Yes!

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-Geraint, the sun

-is shining gloriously.

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-Fat lambs are turning out.

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-Fat lambs are turning out.

-

-Yes, they're turning out, slowly.

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-Numbers are small today.

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-Some are being fattened on silage,

-but they're still worthwhile.

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-In Anglesey, do you get greater

-numbers earlier in the year?

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-Yes, Anglesey is well-known

-for early lambs.

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-Lambs are born

-in December and January...

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-..and they're ready to sell

-by Easter.

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-We still have lambs to sell

-every week, but the boom is over.

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-Now, we're getting mountain sheep

-and later lambs.

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-Anglesey is known

-for its "can-do" people.

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-The stock is excellent.

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-Llyn is almost as prominent

-as Ireland.

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-We get lots of stock from Llyn,

-Glan Conwy and Anglesey itself.

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-Is this where you sell your lambs?

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-Is this where you sell your lambs?

-

-Yes, this is where I sell my lambs.

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-I sell sheep and cattle too.

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-I sell some on the hook too.

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-I like to support local businesses.

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-Without the mart, our base prices

-wouldn't be so good.

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-That's right.

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-What about the grader?

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-Dei?

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-I'm always arguing with him!

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-He needs to use less

-of that purple paint!

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-You're being hard on me!

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-Yes, you're being hard on me!

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-If I changed from coins to paper,

-would that help?

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-Let Dei Jones

-take a look at that lamb.

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-I've seen more meat

-on a butcher's pencil!

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-On whose side are you, his or mine?!

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-On whose side are you, his or mine?!

-

-Dei is very good.

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-He gets along well with farmers.

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-He's very fair.

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-It's important

-that he gets on well with farmers.

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-He'll mark lambs down

-and smile as he does it!

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-Bring them back in a month!

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-Bring them back in a month!

-

-Will you be here?

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-I'll have no hopes at all!

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-No, he's not bad.

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-He's fair to both sides.

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-At the end of the day...

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-..he lets buyers know if lambs

-aren't quite up to standard.

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-It's good for the market.

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-Buyers know what they're getting.

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-If lambs aren't up to abattoir

-standards, buyers won't come back.

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-Yes, the grader

-does an important job.

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-So long as Dei carries on doing his

-job, standards will be maintained.

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-That's another day over.

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-That's another day over.

-

-Another day over.

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-Who does your accounts - your wife?

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-No, I do them myself.

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-No, I do them myself.

-

-You do them?

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-Yes.

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-I watch every penny!

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-THE AUCTIONEER SPEAKS RAPIDLY

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-It's clear that Dei Everiss

-enjoys his work.

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-He's a man of his own square mile.

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-His home is his paradise.

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-I enjoy going around the auctions.

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-Some of the characters

-are real stars.

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-Back at home, I enjoy checking up

-on the sheep at this time of year.

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-It's nice and peaceful.

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-I like coming home.

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-I'm very happy where I am.

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-Very happy, yes.

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-Farming is what I want to do.

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-I've always wanted to farm.

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-Yes, all is well with the world.

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Dai Jones sy'n ymweld a Dei Everiss yn ardal Llangernyw, ger Abergele, graddiwr wyn mewn marchnadoedd yng Ngogledd Cymru. Dai Jones visits lamb grader Dei Everiss in the Llangernyw area.