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Mon, 05 Feb 2018

Byddwn yn siarad â ffermwyr am eu rhwystredigaeth ynghylch band eang, ac yn mynnu atebion. We'll find out why farmers feel frustrated about broadband and ask what's going wrong.


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-Farmers frustrated with broadband.

-Has it affected their businesses?

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-There are cases where cables

-have reached the poles...

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-..but haven't been connected and

-the project hasn't been completed.

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-Also on the programme,

-a family invests 1m in its future.

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-I'm grateful to Mam and Dad

-for investing the money.

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-We have to make the investment work.

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-How to avoid pitfalls

-during the lambing season.

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-If the lamb doesn't suckle,

-it could get hypothermia.

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-With more agricultural services

-moving on line...

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-..a fast and effective

-broadband connection...

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-..is more important now

-than ever before.

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-To improve the service throughout

-Wales, the Welsh Government...

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-..awarded the Superfast Cymru

-project to Openreach.

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-That project

-has now been completed...

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-..but some are still waiting

-and are unhappy with the result.

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-I live on a farm

-just outside Llandysul.

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-Our broadband is extremely poor.

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-It affects my work...

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-..when I'm loading photos

-from charity events.

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-I also upload videos

-of fundraising concerts.

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-I can't upload them because

-the broadband's too slow to do so.

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-I have terrible problems

-with broadband.

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-I live less than two miles, as the

-crow flies, from the Welsh Assembly.

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-I get half a meg of broadband

-to my house.

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-I can't get broadband

-to my farm cottage.

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-I cannot get broadband to my milking

-parlour and I am really frustrated.

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-We've heard a lot

-from the Assembly...

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-..about how they've rolled out

-broadband to 80-90% of Wales.

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-In our area,

-and across rural Wales...

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-..it has to be sorted out to allow

-us to run our businesses properly.

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-Critical to making this investment

-work is proper infrastructure.

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-Superfast broadband

-and reliable 5G coverage.

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-Some weeks ago on Ffermio, we heard

-Michael Gove and Lesley Griffiths...

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-..challenging Welsh farmers

-to be more ambitious...

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-..by expanding their businesses.

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-With all the problems

-surrounding broadband...

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-..how will that be possible?

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-Bythynnod Cwmcoedog

-relies heavily on broadband.

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-Tourists from across the world

-book online to visit the cottages.

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-They expect Wi-Fi access

-when they're on holiday.

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-Arwel Davies feels this is having

-a negative effect on his business.

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-Visitors make their enquiries

-and book online.

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-We promote

-and market ourselves online.

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-If we don't have sufficient speeds

-to reply, they'll move on...

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-..to another company

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-We invested in satellite

-broadband...

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-..but it's more expensive

-than standard broadband.

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-We're constantly making enquiries.

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-They told us two to three years ago

-that we'd have it within months.

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-We haven't heard a thing...

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-..and we don't know

-when we're likely to have it.

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-Last year, I visited Dafydd

-and Lynda Morris in Llanrhystud.

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-They'd invested in a milking parlour

-which relied on internet access.

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-They paid an additional premium for

-a satellite to improve the process.

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-A year later, they're still waiting.

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-Openreach haven't connected to

-the cable 20 yards from their house.

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-Very little has changed.

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-BT has been and installed a box.

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-You can get fibre through the box

-but nothing's been connected.

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-We've paid for 4G for the robots

-because you need internet access.

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-If something's wrong with them,

-the people who fix them...

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-..need remote access

-over the internet to send updates.

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-Everything is linked

-to the internet.

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-If we didn't have it,

-I don't know how we'd function.

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-Daioni has benefitted

-from the government's scheme.

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-The company is based

-in Boncath, Pembrokeshire.

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-The situation improved

-three years ago.

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-We export many products

-and that's increased over time.

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-Hong Kong

-is one of our biggest markets.

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-It's important to us because we have

-a small window to speak to people...

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-..because of the time difference.

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-We come into the office at 8.00am.

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-We only have an hour to speak

-to them before they finish work.

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-It's very important for us to have

-fast broadband to contact them.

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-It's crucial to have fast broadband

-or the business can't grow.

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-Some are happy, others feel

-frustrated with the situation.

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-In a recent report from the NFU...

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-..91% of farmers believe broadband

-is crucial to their businesses...

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-..but only 59% believe

-their connection is fast enough.

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-Who's responsible

-for that situation?

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-The Superfast Wales project was

-funded by the Welsh Government...

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-..but Openreach,

-part of the BT Group...

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-..was responsible

-for completing the day-to-day work.

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-The target was to reach 690,000

-homes. Was this figure reached?

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-We've introduced a network

-that allows over 700,000 people...

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-..to access speeds of over 30mb.

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-We're working

-with the Welsh Government...

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-..to show that it's been completed.

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-We've heard

-from very frustrated farmers...

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-..where cables have reached a pole

-within 20 yards of the business...

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-..and they've been there

-for up to a year...

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-..but there's still no connection.

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-Why hasn't the final work

-been completed?

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-There are cases where cables

-have reached the poles.

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-People don't realise how far back

-the service has to be connected...

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-..to reach the network behind it.

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-We've sometimes given work to

-contractors to work on the poles.

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-They've completed that work but

-we've had problems further back...

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-..which means the project

-hasn't been completed properly.

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-We have to return to finish the work

-on the poles...

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-..when we've been able

-to sort out the problems...

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-..further back in the network.

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-The minister responsible

-for this specific scheme...

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-..and Wales' digital infrastructure

-is Julie James.

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-Last week she announced

-that an additional 80m...

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-..would be made available

-to connect almost 100,000 homes.

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-What's her response

-to the complaints from farmers?

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-Can you understand

-farmers' frustration?

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-They've diversified, many have gone

-down the tourist route.

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-It's difficult for many to access

-what they've been pushed towards.

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-We have every sympathy with that.

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-There are two or three elements

-to the offer for farmers.

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-Many farmers are connected to

-Superfast, we're pleased with that.

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-Those who aren't may be

-in the phases of the next project.

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-We're announcing

-three different phases.

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-We'll pick up the people

-the last project nearly got to.

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-There are about 2,500 of those,

-we'll pick them up.

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-There's another set of people who

-had a build start towards them...

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-..but didn't get anywhere near them.

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-We're negotiating

-about what we do with that.

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-For farmers who have diversified

-into tourism...

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-..we have

-a business exploitation team.

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-It's important to get in touch

-with those.

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-Quite often, farmers have waited

-for Superfast to get to them...

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-..it's got to them and they've

-discovered it's not enough.

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-We have vouchers for that,

-don't wait.

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-Only time will tell

-if access to fast broadband...

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-..will improve in rural Wales.

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-With all the uncertainty in the

-industry, every weapon is needed...

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-..to communicate and promote

-our produce on every continent.

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-After the break, Meinir joins

-one family as it faces the future.

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-Join us after the break.

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-Many farm sons and daughters dream

-about the freedom and opportunity...

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-..to become farmers themselves.

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-That's what happened to Owain

-Rees, Treclyn Isaf, Eglwyswrw...

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-..at the young age

-of 19 years old.

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-Earlier this year, Owain,

-girlfriend Britt, Alfie the dog...

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-..and 200 dairy cows moved

-from Ceredigion to Pembrokeshire...

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-..to start an exciting journey.

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-Owain, after two years

-of planning and building...

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-..the cattle are in

-and you've started to milk.

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-Yes, they're in.

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-They all seemed to have

-settled here now.

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-They're producing milk, they're

-eating more, they're drinking more.

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-Everything's improved.

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-Has their performance improved

-since moving here?

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-Each cow is producing

-two additional litres.

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-The investment

-has paid dividends already.

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-Yes, it's been a success already.

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-How much was the investment?

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-About a million in total.

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-It's a lot of money.

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-It's a great opportunity for me.

-I'm a young man starting out.

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-I'm grateful to Mam and Dad

-for investing the money...

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-..so we just have to work hard now

-and hope it'll pay for itself.

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-How has your life changed compared

-to the time before investment.

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-It's changed so much.

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-We used to milk 20 hours a day,

-we're now down to three hours a day.

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-An hour and a half in the morning,

-an hour and a half at night.

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-That allows us

-to do other farm work.

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-Four of us

-used to work on the farm...

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-..we can get away

-with two or three now.

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-We have more time to spend with

-the cattle and work on the cattle.

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-Everything is easier,

-everything is better.

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-Everyone's happier.

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-We have lives that allow us

-to do things outside farming.

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-It's important

-to have interests outside farming.

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-Owain's father, Aled, was the first

-winner of Fferm Ffactor on S4C.

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-Along with his wife,

-he's always been enterprising...

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-..to give Owain

-and his sisters opportunities.

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-He still farms but both farms

-are part of one business.

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-There's enough work

-to keep everyone happy.

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-Owain wanted to go

-to an agricultural college.

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-He'd always wanted to be a farmer.

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-We wanted to increase our herd.

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-We had no opportunity to increase

-the size of our current farm.

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-The opportunity arose

-to buy this family farm.

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-We were renting the farm next-door.

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-It made perfect sense

-to establish a new set-up here...

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-..with more land to milk more cows.

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-It's a priceless opportunity

-for one so young.

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-Many will believe

-it's been given to him...

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-..but he's worked hard for it.

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-He has a lot of work ahead of him.

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-He's responsible enough

-to take that opportunity.

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-He's the seventh generation

-to farm here.

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-We bought it through the family.

-It maintains a family tradition.

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-Why did you choose the rotary?

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-We saw it working.

-It was far more efficient.

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-As a family farm, myself and Dad

-didn't want to pay someone to milk.

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-By milking ourselves, we want

-to do it as quickly as possible.

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-It's nice and quiet,

-the cattle are happy doing it.

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-We didn't look back

-after seeing it in action.

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-We decided there and then

-we wanted one of these.

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-Looking around, I can see

-a lot of interesting ideas.

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-Starting off with the feed barrier.

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-At home, there was a post

-for every light.

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-When I fed, I either needed a feeder

-wagon and conveyor to get it over...

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-..or I'd hit the post

-and it fell off.

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-We decided to put a post up the

-other side and one across the top.

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-There's no need to stop

-to spread the silage.

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-Back home,

-we had some very narrow passages.

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-The cowpats would build up...

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-..and the cattle's feet suffered.

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-We have more room here.

-This is 18ft wide.

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-There's plenty of room for a cow

-to stand up and walk away to be fed.

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-The buildings we had

-were low and old.

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-When you were in there,

-very little air would circulate.

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-Here, we've raised the roof

-and placed boarding on either end...

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-..instead of closing them off.

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-On a windy day,

-you feel the wind blowing through...

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-..but the cattle like it cold.

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-They prefer

-five-degree temperatures.

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-It's a lot healthier in here.

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-How does the partnership work?

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-We're still trading

-as Jenkins and Rees Cyf.

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-David Jenkins is Aled's uncle.

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-We live with him in Trefere.

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-We've kept the business as it is.

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-As it is now, Owain works for us.

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-We pay him a wage every month while

-we're getting everything together.

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-Who knows

-what will happen in the future?

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-Owain could join us as a partner.

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-He'll have to work his way up first!

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-He has the freedom to operate here

-but you're overseeing the business.

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-He can make his own decisions.

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-He can pass things through you.

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-Both of them work well together,

-some days are better than others!

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-Like every father and son.

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-Like many farms in Wales...

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-..succession planning for the

-younger generation to take over...

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-..and keeping the farm in the

-family's hands is a major priority.

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-Succession has been very important

-to us over the past few years.

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-We've put things in place

-because we're a limited company.

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-We needed to put things in place to

-secure the loan to facilitate this.

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-We have a plan for our future

-and hopefully it'll all work out.

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-It's important that we've spoken

-about it over the past few years.

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-We have planned the succession.

-We've been open and discussed it.

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-Owain and our two daughters

-know all about it.

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-We're all in this together.

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-A lot of hard work and planning

-has been done...

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-..to establish this system.

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-The enterprise is in its infancy...

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-..but the enthusiasm and energy

-of the family...

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-..has already paid dividends.

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-From what I can see,

-this place looks very impressive.

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-Everything is in place.

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-There's a lot of pressure

-on your shoulders.

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-Yes, yes. I'm under pressure, it's

-a great responsibility at my age.

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-I'm enjoying it right now. It's

-a challenge that keeps me going.

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-I've always wanted to be a farmer.

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-I'd wanted to be on the farm

-as often as I could.

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-I've been away to learn more

-and now I've come home.

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-It's nice to come home, to take over

-and face this challenge.

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-I'm happy that things have happened

-as they have done.

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-My dream's come true.

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-We've looked forward to this

-over the last three or four years.

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-It's here now. It's nice in a way,

-we've reached the end.

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-We're just enjoying life now.

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-The lambing season

-has begun in many areas.

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-For many farmers, lambing will start

-in earnest over the next few weeks.

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-It's a period of new life

-but it's also a period of losses.

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-How do you limit those losses?

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-How do you spot a weakness

-in a sheep?

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-Back in September, we visited

-Richard Tudor on Glanystwyth Farm.

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-We saw how he was preparing

-to turn out the rams.

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-Now, four months later,

-how is he preparing for lambing?

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-We're scanning them,

-the same as we usually do.

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-We have about 180 older sheep...

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-..and we're about 5% down on

-the younger sheep, about 155-160.

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-After the autumn we had,

-we're happy with what we've got.

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-How are you preparing for lambing?

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-All the sheep have been sheared.

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-They came in early last December.

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-I've given them HepatoPac B.

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-They're also on Footvax today.

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-You do a number of things

-before lambing.

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-It's been difficult this year -

-it's been so wet.

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-The sheep aren't as strong

-as I was hoping.

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-We've also detected fluke.

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-The sheep themselves

-are all kept indoors.

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-The sheep are all in.

-Lambing will start in three weeks.

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-Iwan Lewis is a vet

-with Ystwyth Surgery.

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-He's advising farmers

-about lambing.

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-The most important element

-is the sheep's health...

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-..and how to try and avoid diseases.

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-What diseases are most dangerous

-to sheep at this time of year?

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-You have four major diseases

-to keep an eye on.

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-Twin lamb disease, hypocalcaemia...

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-..prolapse and listeria.

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-The sheep will look dull,

-she won't come for food...

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-..and the term we use is stargazing.

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-The sheep can look blind

-and she'll just stare into space.

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-The best thing to do is make sure

-the sheep has plenty of energy...

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-..especially in the weeks

-leading up to lambing.

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-Also make sure

-the sheep has room to roam.

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-In Welsh,

-it's called 'clefyd llaeth'.

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-Hypocalcaemia

-is a low calcium count in the sheep.

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-Their behaviour is similar to cattle

-- they'll lie down, unable to stand.

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-They'll look listless.

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-Is it possible to treat

-hypocalcaemia?

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-Once again, you can inject the sheep

-with calcium.

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-It usually comes

-with calcium, magnesium and glucose.

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-They should improve after that.

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-Listeria is a problem

-when silage is heavy on the land.

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-It's a common problem

-in wet weather.

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-One of the big symptoms is seeing

-the sheep walking in a circle.

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-They walk in a circle because the

-bug affects one side of the brain.

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-Often, treating the sheep

-won't improve the situation.

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-You need to catch it early

-and treat it with Penicillin...

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-..one mill per six kilo.

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-You'll see a red lump

-under the tail.

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-Where the lamb

-is held in the sheep...

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-..instead of pushing

-the lamb out...

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-..the sheep pushes out

-what's holding the lamb.

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-If it's seen, it has to be treated

-as soon as possible.

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-The longer it's out, the more

-the damage that can be done.

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-That's the advice for the sheep

-but what about the lambs?

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-The common problems include

-hypothermia, a cold starving lamb...

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-..navel ill and joint ill...

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-..which affects the lamb's joints...

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-..and watery mouth.

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-Make sure the lambs have plenty of

-colostrum which is high in energy.

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-If the lamb doesn't suckle enough,

-it'll go down with hypothermia.

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-The disease starts

-around the navel...

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-..and it can go

-right through the lamb.

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-The easiest way to avoid it

-is to make sure...

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-..everything is clean underfoot,

-clean hay.

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-Also use iodine on the navel

-within 15 minutes.

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-Make sure you splash it on.

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-Splash more iodine on the navel

-two to four hours later.

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-The best way to prevent this, and

-the other diseases, is colostrum.

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-Make sure it's good quality,

-the lamb gets enough...

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-..and every lamb needs 50 mill

-per kilo within the first hours.

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-Make sure the colostrum goes in

-nice and early.

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-The colostrum is of no use

-to the lamb after 24 hours.

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-The quality diminishes and the lamb

-can't absorb it over the gut.

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-The message from you is colostrum,

-colostrum and more colostrum.

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-Precisely.

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-That confirms what every farmer

-knows from experience.

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-For a new-born lamb, there's

-nothing better or healthier...

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-..than the sheep's first milk.

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-Lambing season is both busy

-and important for farmers.

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-If you're already hard at work

-or about to start, good luck.

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-Join us again at the same time

-next week. Cheerio.

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