Mon, 20 Nov 2017 Ffermio


Mon, 20 Nov 2017

Daloni sy'n archwilio sefyllfa ailgyflwyno'r Lynx i Gymru tra bod Alun yn edrych ar gynllun bîff newydd gan y ffermwyr ifanc. Daloni looks into the idea of reintroducing the Lyn...


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-A lynx escapes from a Borth zoo...

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-..creating great concern

-for local farmers.

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-There's a reason why lynx

-were driven out of this country...

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-..a thousand years ago.

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-Also tonight, a scheme offering

-financial help and training...

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-..to encourage young farmers

-to produce beef.

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-We're looking at it

-from a business point of view.

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-New research shows the way forward

-for the rural economy...

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-..as we face uncertainty

-with Brexit.

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-The future of agriculture

-and rural industries...

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-..depends on benefitting

-from the opportunities.

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-After years of service

-to the local community...

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-..a Ceredigion shop

-closes for the last time.

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-We're looking ahead to the future

-and the new enterprise.

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-This is the next step in our lives.

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-Over the years,

-a lot of stories have emerged...

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-..about wild cats

-attacking sheep in Ceredigion.

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-The latest story is that

-a lynx escaped from a zoo in Borth.

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-The lynx has now been destroyed

-by Ceredigion Council.

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-They'd tried to trap it for days.

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-One farmer who thinks

-it was too late...

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-..is Owen Jenkins.

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-He lost sheep on his land next door

-to the Borth Wild Animal Kingdom.

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-What did you see in the field?

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-It was Tuesday night, about 3.30.

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-I was in the fields

-and I saw a dead sheep.

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-I walked on

-and found another dead sheep.

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-When I saw the sixth carcass,

-I turned around...

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-..and 50 yards away, I saw the lynx.

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-What did you think had happened

-at the time?

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-I didn't know what had happened

-until I saw the lynx.

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-There was little evidence

-to see on the sheep.

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-When I looked at them closely...

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-..I could see the same bite mark

-under the throat.

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-How close to the house

-were the sheep that were killed?

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-The closest sheep

-was within 200 yards to the zoo.

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-The furthest sheep

-were about half a mile away.

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-They were close to the village

-of Glanwern.

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-The council,

-the police and the Assembly...

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-..haven't acknowledged

-that the lynx killed the sheep.

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-The post-mortem

-didn't make it clear...

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-..whether a dog or lynx

-killed the sheep.

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-Was this your first experience?

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-Was this your first experience?

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-I've never lost a sheep to a dog...

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-..or any other animal.

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-Many traps had been set

-for the lynx in the vicinity...

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-..but following many attempts

-to catch it...

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-..Ceredigion Council

-decided to destroy the lynx...

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-..when it was spotted

-in a residential area.

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-Ceredigion Council turned

-down our request for an interview...

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-..but they made a statement.

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-A post-mortem was carried out

-on one of the sheep that died...

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-..on land

-close to the Wild Animal Kingdom.

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-The report confirmed

-that there was evidence...

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-..of a traumatic injury

-to the throat.

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-There were no other cases

-of multiple deaths...

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-..in such a short space of time.

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-The sheep's cause of death

-was not established...

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-..but there was evidence of trauma.

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-But the cause of death

-wasn't determined.

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-Dr Paul O'Donoghue, Chief Scientific

-Advisor of the Lynx UK Trust...

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-..thinks farmers' fears

-are unfounded.

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-I've seen the reports and the

-evidence about the lynx attack.

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-It doesn't look like a lynx

-was responsible...

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-..for those eight sheep deaths.

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-Lynx will kill once

-and eat the carcass.

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-It's biologically unprecedented

-for it to kill eight in a night.

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-What the death of the lynx at Borth

-has shown...

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-..is that people weren't happy

-that it was shot.

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-Rob Davies thinks that destroying

-the animal was an over-reaction.

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-He's treated a number of different

-animals, including lynx.

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-I don't think there was a need

-to destroy the lynx.

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-It was reared by people,

-it wouldn't be scared of people.

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-Someone could have got close enough

-to shoot a dart...

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-..sedate it and carry it home.

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-Was it a danger to people?

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-There's no evidence to show

-that they attack people...

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-..unless you corner them.

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-That's when they attack.

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-The UK Lynx Trust

-is to re-introduce the animal...

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-..to Northumberland and Scotland.

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-By extending this to Wales...

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-..it would be met with opposition

-from sheep farmers...

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-..especially after the events

-at Borth.

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-There's a reason why lynx

-were driven out of this country...

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-..a thousand years ago.

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-They caused pain

-and financial losses to people.

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-It'll happen again.

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-We understand that farmers are

-concerned that lynx will come back.

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-We have to go back

-to the scientific facts.

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-Across Europe,

-scientific data shows...

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-..the kill rate

-is 0.4 sheep per lynx per year.

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-A lynx kills a sheep

-every two and a half years.

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-No-one can say

-that's a major threat to livestock.

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-The background mortality in sheep is

-between two and six million a year.

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-That's almost a quarter

-of the UK flock.

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-In contrast

-to England and Scotland...

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-..the Welsh landscape isn't

-suitable to re-introduce the lynx.

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-I don't think

-it would be an ideal place.

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-I don't think we have enough deer

-on our hills for them to eat.

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-We're better off

-looking towards Northumberland.

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-They want to reintroduce six

-to Northumberland from Sweden...

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-..four females and two males.

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-That would be a much better place.

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-There's far more land there,

-there are plenty of hills...

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-..and considerably more deer.

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-The possibility of the lynx

-being re-introduced to Wales...

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-..is not on the horizon

-for a long time.

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-Wales doesn't have the roe deer

-population to support the lynx.

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-I've already caught up

-with members of the YFC...

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-..who chose to keep pigs.

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-Today I've come to see

-a similar scheme.

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-This time,

-it involves beef production.

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-The scheme is part

-of the rural development plan...

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-..which is funded by the Welsh

-Government and European funding.

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-It's organised

-by Menter a Busnes and the YFC.

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-Luned Evans is the scheme manager.

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-Initially, what were the scheme's

-aims when it was first created?

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-It's a partnership between the YFC,

-Menter a Busnes and Dunbia.

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-The aim is to create opportunities

-for the members...

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-..to develop skills,

-receive training...

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-..leading to an income source

-for businesses...

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-..which are already set up

-or are being set up.

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-How many members

-have signed up to the scheme so far?

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-There are many parts to the scheme.

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-Seven members are participating

-in calf breeding.

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-Looking at the broader picture...

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-..are you preparing farmers for

-the prospect of less subsidies...

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-..and the consequences of Brexit?

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-This is an additional income stream

-for the farm.

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-That's something

-we're trying to promote.

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-We're looking at the scheme

-from a business point of view.

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-It needs to be relevant

-to other enterprises on the farm.

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-They need to know the profit

-and production costs.

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-Arwel is a young farmer

-who's benefitted from this scheme.

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-He farms Brynglas, Caersws.

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-What inspired

-a tenant sheep farmer...

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-..to step into a new farming sector?

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-It was an offer and an opportunity

-to use the sheds.

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-We don't have to cut down on sheep

-to keep more animals on the farm.

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-It was a new item

-to have cattle and sheep...

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-..to give us some variety...

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-..in case demand for sheep

-dropped in a few years' time.

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-It gives me a fall-back option.

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-What kind of farm is it?

-Does it make a difference?

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-The calves stay indoors.

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-The sheds were empty

-from the end of April...

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-..until the beginning of January.

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-There was a chance to use them

-instead of leaving them empty.

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-After receiving the advice

-and deciding to go for it...

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-..how much work was needed

-before the calves arrived?

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-There was a lot of work.

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-We had to install

-a hot water system to mix the milk.

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-We needed more lights.

-We've invested heavily in the shed.

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-I've noticed that you've installed

-an effective and unique fan.

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-I haven't seen a fan like that

-working in a shed before.

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-The fan works well.

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-We want to save costs on injections

-and medicine for the calves.

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-The fan makes the shed

-a lot healthier.

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-We need fresh air circulating

-through the shed all day, every day.

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-How old are they

-when they arrive her?

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-They're reared

-with the dairy herd on farms.

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-They come to us

-when they're two weeks old.

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-They've already had

-their first milk by then.

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-They stay with us for 12 weeks.

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-They have five weeks on milk.

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-We wean them off milk

-and move them to the feed.

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-Once they reach their target weight,

-120kgs...

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-..we move them off to farms

-to finish them...

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-..between a year and 15 months...

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-..and they hope to get them

-on the hook by then.

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-I think we're in a position where

-the numbers game is important.

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-If we can gather

-a little profit from each one...

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-..and increase those numbers,

-it'll help.

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-I don't think you can make large

-profits on small numbers these days.

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-The scheme is supported

-by the young farmers...

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-..but what about the future?

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-This is a pilot scheme

-funded until March 2018.

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-We hope there will be an extension

-but that's yet to be confirmed.

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-You talked

-about the seven core members.

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-I know that many more have expressed

-an interest in the scheme.

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-Is there an opportunity for them

-to benefit in some way?

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-There will be four meetings

-over the next few weeks.

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-They will offer

-basic, practical training...

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-..on how to rear calves

-and the pitfalls during rearing.

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-If farmers are still interested,

-they can visit our website.

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-There, they can find

-all the information.

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-That's all for now.

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-Join us after the break for news on

-more opportunities in rural areas.

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-And it's the end of an era

-for one farm shop in Ceredigion.

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-See you soon.

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-With the date we leave

-the European Union confirmed...

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-..the clock is ticking

-and there's pressure to ensure...

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-..that the rural economy

-will flourish in the future.

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-Recently, Menter a Busnes organised

-a special meeting to discuss this.

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-Menter a Busnes organised

-a conference at Plas Isaf, Corwen.

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-The title was

-Succeeding In The Face of Change.

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-It showed the way forward

-for rural businesses post-Brexit.

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-As we face Brexit

-and other challenges...

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-..it's important to look at new

-opportunities in different sectors.

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-That includes

-catering and tourism.

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-We also show how communication

-and technology...

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-..can offer opportunities

-to all kinds of businesses.

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-We commissioned a report from OB3

-and Jeremie Forney from Switzerland.

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-He's been assessing different

-farming families across the world...

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-..in Scandinavia and New Zealand

-in particular.

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-He's looked at the most effective

-techniques and methods...

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-..to transfer information

-to farmers...

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-..and what helps them to develop

-for the future.

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-Heledd Bebb from OB3

-was part of the research...

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-..to discover which skills

-are needed...

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-..for the agricultural sector

-in the future.

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-What was consistent in the projects

-we saw across Europe...

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-..was the importance of providing

-support for the whole family.

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-It's not only for the head

-of the household...

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-..but for his wife,

-daughter and son too.

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-There are different ideas

-and different ways...

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-..to look at opportunities.

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-We also look at the importance

-of how the provision is provided.

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-We'll retain one-to-one sessions

-but we encourage group meetings.

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-We want farm families

-to learn from each other...

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-..and find the answers together.

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-We face many challenges in terms

-of our place in Europe.

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-We're always looking at new methods

-and ways to pioneer.

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-We want to use this change

-as an opportunity.

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-Those who can adapt and make

-the most of the opportunities...

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-..will succeed in the future.

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-Angharad Gwyn

-was one of the guest speakers.

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-She returned to Wales to establish

-a business which has flourished.

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-We started selling

-solely on the internet.

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-Then we had

-a bricks and mortar shop.

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-Selling on the internet is ideal

-for someone in a rural area.

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-The location isn't important.

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-When I started the company

-10 years ago...

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-..it was during a period of

-political and economic uncertainty.

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-To be honest...

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-..the idea was still robust.

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-Ten years later,

-the business has grown.

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-I hope it continues to grow.

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-Every business person

-needs some creativity.

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-You can't sit back and wait

-for things to stay the same...

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-..and expect the business

-to look after itself.

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-Think about new ways to do things

-and move with the times.

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-If I can do it, anyone can.

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-Sean Taylor is co-founder

-and co-owner of Zip World.

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-The company has benefitted

-from the rural landscape...

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-..creating employment

-and helping the local economy.

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-I saw an opportunity back in 2007

-for adventure tourism.

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-Mass market, iconic things to do

-in extraordinary places.

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-It's been a success.

-We see change as an opportunity.

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-We diversify

-and this is what we've done.

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-We're in a beautiful rural area

-and people travel hundreds of miles.

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-It's got its challenges but it's got

-massive opportunities as well.

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-Following a successful conference,

-how did the organisers feel it went?

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-Over the next few years, I'd like to

-see us coming together more often...

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-..as different companies

-and institutions.

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-We can look at what we can do

-to prepare for the future.

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-We can develop new ideas...

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-..and implement them

-rather than talk about them.

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-The future of farming,

-and rural industries...

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-..depend on benefitting from

-the opportunities presented to us.

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-Having a positive attitude

-to benefit from the opportunities...

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-..is the target as we move on.

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-34 years ago, a young couple,

-Teifi and Jenny Davies...

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-..started a new business which

-provided a living for many years.

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-Llwynhelyg Farm Shop.

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-Now, with both in their 60s,

-the shop door is about to close...

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-..and decades of seven-day weeks

-are coming to an end.

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-Why have you decided to close the

-doors and change your way of life?

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-There are many reasons, Meinir.

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-The main reason is that

-we've inherited the farmhouse...

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-..next to Llwynhelyg,

-just across the road.

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-We've been renovating it

-for three years.

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-Hopefully, we can move

-into the farm early next year.

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-We thought about it.

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-We don't want to move the shop

-as it is over to the farm.

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-We wondered how we'd keep the doors

-open if no-one bought it.

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-We decided to return to our roots.

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-We'll sell directly

-from our doorstep...

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-..and on the internet and new media.

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-What it means

-is lightening the workload.

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-Precisely.

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-It'll hopefully mean

-we have more spare time.

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-We'll slow down gradually.

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-Neither of us have had more than a

-week's holiday since our honeymoon.

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-I think it's time for us to think

-about a different way of life.

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-Jenny,

-it's been 34 years of hard work.

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-You must have enjoyed as well.

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-We've really enjoyed

-what we've been doing.

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-We were in at the beginning

-of the Welsh food movement.

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-We've enjoyed our food journey.

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-It's great to see how

-Welsh food and drink has developed.

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-People do use it

-as a food destination.

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-Over the years, Teifi and Jenny

-have won numerous awards...

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-..for their work and the shop but

-what was the original inspiration?

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-Take us back to the very beginning.

-How did it all start here?

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-We go all the way back

-to the farm where we are now...

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-..back in the middle of the 1980s.

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-My father decided to retire and I

-decided to return home to the farm.

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-That's when the milk quotas

-came out.

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-I took my father's quota

-and we heard...

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-..that we only had

-seven and a half cows in our quota.

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-We wondered what we could do.

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-We realised that my father had

-sold potatoes and some vegetables...

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-..from the farm for many years.

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-It was a natural step.

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-It was a natural step for every

-farmer in those days, locally.

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-We took that idea on

-and developed it.

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-What are the most important elements

-in your business?

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-What's allowed you

-to be successful?

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-I like talking to people.

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-Being ready to talk to people,

-meeting people...

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-..being knowledgeable

-about the food...

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-..and telling them the story

-behind the food.

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-Where the food's come from,

-how it was produced...

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-..and the quality of the food.

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-How have you coped with the balance

-between farming and the shop?

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-Well, we've developed it

-over the years.

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-Agriculture was the priority

-at the start.

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-As the shop developed, both became

-as important as the other.

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-We have to find a balance.

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-You decide on the morning what

-needs to be done during the day.

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-You get up at 5.00am

-to cut 20 acres of silage...

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-..return to the shop

-for two to three hours...

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-..and then go back out

-to bale silage.

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-Life has come full circle.

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-They're returning to work

-as they started their career.

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-They're moving to the farm

-across the road.

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-What are your plans? I hear

-you're looking into mentoring.

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-Yes, we've had some training

-with Menter a Busnes.

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-We've had mentoring training.

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-We're ready to go out

-and help the younger generation...

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-..if they want to follow that path.

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-If they want to diversify, we'll try

-and advise them about how to do it.

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-Will it be difficult to close

-the doors for the final time?

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-In a way, yes.

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-We're looking forward to the future

-and the new enterprise.

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-We're looking at it

-like a new enterprise.

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-It's a step forward in our lives.

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-The next step is closing the shop...

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-..and doing things

-a little differently.

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-An era has come to an end here.

-Good luck to both in the future.

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-That's it from Ffermio

-for another week.

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-There's no Ffermio next week

-because of the Winter Fair.

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-We're back at the same time

-the following week.

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-Good luck to everyone heading

-to Llanelwedd, to compete or enjoy.

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-We hope to see you there. Cheerio.

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Daloni sy'n archwilio sefyllfa ailgyflwyno'r Lynx i Gymru tra bod Alun yn edrych ar gynllun bîff newydd gan y ffermwyr ifanc. Daloni looks into the idea of reintroducing the Lynx to Wales.


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