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Mon, 30 Oct 2017

Bydd Alun yn Sioe Laeth Cymru yn gweld beth yw'r pwyntiau trafod. Alun and Meinir are at the Welsh Dairy Show finding out what's under discussion and who takes the main prizes.


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-When milk prices

-were low for farmers...

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-..production was cut back

-leading to a shortage.

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-What effect has it had on customers?

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-I was paying about 58 a box.

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-That's gone up to

-over 76 over the past fortnight.

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-Also tonight, we'll hear about the

-future of the milking industry...

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-..in the Welsh Dairy Show.

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-And the pride of one family at

-one of Britain's major dairy shows.

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-It's put us on the map

-and created a buzz for the family.

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-It's also helped the business.

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-It's a day to celebrate

-and appreciate dairy cattle...

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-..at the Welsh Dairy Show

-which is being held in Carmarthen.

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-Over the past few years, the

-industry has faced difficult times.

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-Thankfully,

-the situation is improving.

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-There's light

-at the end of the tunnel.

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-There's even a shortage

-of some dairy products.

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-Butter and cream are products

-that we use every day.

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-Over the past year, there's been

-an increase in their price.

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-By Christmas and the New Year,

-there could be a shortage.

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-The price of butter and cream

-have increased by up to 50%...

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-..in shops and supermarkets

-compared to the same time last year.

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-Businesses reliant

-on cream and butter...

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-..have felt the impact

-of the price rise.

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-In Taro Deg, Pwllheli, Llio Lloyd

-Williams bakes cakes every day.

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-What impact will this have

-on her business?

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-I've been here for a year...

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-..and I've seen a difference

-in the past fortnight.

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-The price

-has increased significantly.

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-I was paying 58 a box.

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-It's gone up to over 76

-over the past fortnight.

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-The past fortnight?

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-I was looking

-at the invoices the other day.

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-There we go,

-we have to accept that prices rise.

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-What happens then? Does the price

-of the cake you sell increase?

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-That's the problem. We're so busy

-serving local customers.

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-One of the reasons we're busy is

-because they're reasonably priced.

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-We have no choice

-but to increase the price.

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-We can't bake cakes

-and not make a profit.

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-Or buy cheaper ingredients?

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-We could, there's a lot of butter

-available that acts as a substitute.

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-It doesn't work the same in cakes,

-the taste is different.

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-I think the customers would notice

-and that could affect business.

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-It's a blow for the customer

-but a good time for processors...

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-..such as Hufenfa De Arfon.

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-Since January, the cream

-and butter commodity market...

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-..has been very strong.

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-The global demand has been good.

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-That means that stock products

-have been very tight...

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-..because the demand

-has been so high.

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-That's why prices rise.

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-There's been a shortage

-in the global market...

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-..and that works its way through

-to local markets.

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-That's why we've see prices slowly

-rising over the past few months.

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-It's important for producers and

-processors that this is sustainable.

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-We have to think about

-the customers too.

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-Customers don't like seeing prices

-rising and falling suddenly.

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-We need to find a sustainable system

-for the chain.

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-It's a complicated system but who

-sets the prices in the supermarkets?

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-Who decides how much customers pay

-for half a pound of butter?

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-At the end of the day,

-the customers decide.

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-If the demand is there,

-the customers pay the market price.

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-At the end of the day, the customers

-decide which price they pay.

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-With prices high in the shops...

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-..does that mean dairy farmers

-receive more for their produce?

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-John Hughes

-farms Ynysgain Fawr near Criccieth.

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-He supplies Hufenfa De Arfon.

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-Does the increase in price

-that someone pays for butter...

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-..mean you receive more money

-as dairy farmers?

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-No. I'd say that the price of butter

-has increased by 50%.

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-We haven't received that back

-in our pocket!

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-Having said that,

-this has happened since last year...

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-..when the price of milk

-had fallen considerably.

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-Farmers were producing far less.

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-They all cut their costs

-as much as they could...

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-..and in light of that,

-less milk was being produced.

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-This has now happened

-across the continent...

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-..and the price rise has happened

-because of the shortage.

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-This is good news for dairy farmers.

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-Yes, it is. If we went back a year,

-the industry was on its knees.

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-The cost of production

-was 29p a litre.

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-We were being paid 16p a litre.

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-It was an impossible situation.

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-We've all heard

-about the dairy industry recently.

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-More money was going out

-than coming in.

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-The price has risen recently -

-it's now 31p.

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-You need that price

-to survive and grow.

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-Are you under pressure

-to produce more...

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-..because there's a greater demand?

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-Yes. There's supply and demand.

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-The demand is there.

-The supply is less than it was.

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-More milk is being produced now

-than there was last year.

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-We definitely need more supply.

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-How difficult is it

-to strike a balance?

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-The market can change in an instant.

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-That's where I think processors

-can do far more to help the farmer.

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-They know the requirements,

-they know what they need.

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-They could control the market and it

-wouldn't be a big problem to do so.

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-In the short term,

-how will prices fare?

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-As customers, we've seen a 50% rise

-in the price of butter and cream.

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-Could we be paying even more for

-the butter we spread on our toast?

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-Prices have been rising recently...

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-..but I believe

-they've reached a price ceiling.

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-I don't foresee prices

-rising any more.

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-Does the future look bright

-for the dairy industry?

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-The industry has strengthened

-considerably over the past year.

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-That's good news for everyone...

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-..especially dairy farmers

-and processors.

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-It is important to make this

-sustainable for everyone...

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-..the dairy producer,

-the processor...

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-..and the customers

-buying the produce.

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-The competition is the main

-attraction here today...

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-..but it's also an opportunity for

-the industry to discuss the future.

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-That's even more important

-as we face Brexit.

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-According to some, the future

-of the milk sector is promising.

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-Gwyn Jones is the chairman

-of AHDB, the dairy board.

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-It's important that farmers

-are competitive.

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-This might sound odd, but it's

-important that they work together.

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-It's a chance to look at the

-current systems of producing milk...

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-..to try and makes us competitive

-against other countries.

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-People should take a long look

-in the mirror...

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-..and make sure they can make

-a profit right now...

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-..and that they're ready to face the

-challenges that come from Brexit.

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-The price of milk has increased

-substantially over the past year.

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-Is this a good time to invest?

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-Here's one important statistic.

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-There's been a 33% rise

-in the price of milk recently.

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-That's exceptional. You have to deal

-with it whether it's good or bad.

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-It's a very promising development.

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-There's enough money

-to allow farmers to make a profit.

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-That wasn't true

-when the market bottomed out.

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-Uncertainty in prices is something

-farmers will have to cope with.

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-We've seen it happen

-in the dairy sector over two years.

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-Prices have been very low. It's been

-great to see them rising again.

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-This is how it's going to be,

-prices will fluctuate.

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-With all the uncertainty...

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-..is now a good time to invest?

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-Farmers see this

-as the market returning...

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-..to what it was two years ago.

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-Everyone's situation is unique.

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-Farmers who found it difficult

-have invested recently.

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-Some are seeing this

-as the opportunity for them.

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-It depends on the situation

-of that individual.

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-As a bank, we're happy

-to support businesses...

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-..where they think they can finance

-these loans in the future.

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-That's crucial for us.

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-In the AHDB, we do a lot of research

-work into the market.

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-We see a lot of companies offering

-a market price upfront...

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-..for the future of the market.

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-Farmers can choose

-to accept that price...

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-..for some of the milk they'll

-produce in the future, or not.

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-That's new. It's easy for farmers

-to do that when the prices rise.

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-As we go into 2018, farmers

-must choose if they want to sell...

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-..for less upfront than

-they receive today for the milk.

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-It's a decision

-they have to consider carefully.

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-One major obstacle

-for dairy farmers is TB.

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-Andrew Dodd, AHDB's Technical

-Manager for Breeding & Fertility...

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-..gave a presentation about genetic

-choice to withstand the disease.

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-We've found genetic traits...

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-..so we can select for resistance

-to TB within dairy cattle.

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-In the past, people have bred for

-milk and fertility's been impacted.

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-We now know we've got such a vast

-amount of information available.

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-Farmers can breed a cow that's

-fertile, that doesn't get mastitis.

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-TB advantages

-is an additional part to that.

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-How excited are you

-about this process?

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-It's incredibly exciting.

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-We're the first country

-to have anything like this.

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-We are world leaders

-in genetic evaluation.

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-So many elements

-influence the dairy industry.

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-How does a day like this

-help the sector?

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-This year's show chairman

-is dairy farmer Colin Evans.

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-It's a day for the industry...

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-..the dairy industry especially

-but for the agriculture sector too.

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-It's a showcase for the industry

-in terms of the breeds.

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-The semen and food companies

-support us, as do the milk buyers.

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-They're all here.

-They can see what's happening.

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-They can see the quality

-of the stock.

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-You're well-known

-as someone with forthright views.

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-What are your thoughts about the

-challenges to the dairy industry?

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-As farmers in general,

-not only the dairy industry...

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-..we have to explain to the public

-exactly what's going on...

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-..and how the system works.

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-Some of the unions and the speakers

-who express views for us...

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-..they have to tow

-the political line.

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-We still have to educate the public

-about what happens on our farms.

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-Plenty to ponder there.

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-Join us after the break when

-we catch up with the competition.

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-See you soon.

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-Over 100 cattle

-are being exhibited here today...

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-..all looking at their best.

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-Last week, I visited one family who

-had a year to remember last year...

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-..as they won a top prize.

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-Last year was the highlight

-for Richard and Bethan Thomas...

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-..Llancwm, Llandyfaelog,

-near Carmarthen.

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-Their cow, Dude Paradise,

-shone in the Welsh Dairy Show.

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-The experience

-will live long in the memory.

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-It's hard to believe that a year

-has passed since your success.

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-What kind of experience

-was it for you?

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-It was a great experience

-for the family to win.

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-We'd also won in Shepton Mallet

-the previous week.

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-It's put us on the map

-and created a buzz for the family.

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-It's also helped the business.

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-It capped years of hard work,

-breeding and exhibiting.

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-We've been showing in the Welsh

-Dairy Show since the first year.

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-It was nice to finally win.

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-The children benefited greatly too.

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-They have more confidence

-and they've learnt new skills.

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-Iwan's clipping - he started

-doing that through the YFC.

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-He does it full-time for us now

-to save us hiring someone to do it.

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-Showing is hard work.

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-Showing is hard work.

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-There's a lot of preparation work.

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-We have to keep on milking

-the cattle even when we're away.

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-That's where you come into it!

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-I stay home while they're off

-enjoying themselves and competing.

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-They're gallivanting

-and you're home working hard.

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-That's what she thinks! She thinks

-we don't do anything at the shows.

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-We need people at home and it's

-the same for every competitor.

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-We need the staff at home because

-there's plenty of work to do.

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-It looks promising that the

-next generation are ready to work.

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-Iwan and Nia enjoy the work.

-He likes the Jerseys.

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-The Jerseys and the Brown Swiss

-help us out where we sell milk.

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-We sell milk to our dairy partners.

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-Fat and protein are important to us.

-We keep Jerseys and Brown Swisses.

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-Their protein helps us get

-a better price for the milk.

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-Where is Dude Paradise now?

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-We flushed her

-to Stantons High Octane.

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-We got three eggs, we put two in.

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-Two stayed and they'll be here

-in three weeks.

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-We have one egg still to put in.

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-The cow's ready for sex semen now...

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-..between Christmas

-and the New Year.

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-A nice Christmas present hopefully!

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-The family have a total

-of 200 cattle and milk 80.

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-There's plenty of work

-for the whole family.

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-How much of a future

-can they see for the industry?

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-Milk prices have changed to what

-they were a year to 18 months ago.

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-We receive twice the price now.

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-If it had held at the price

-it was in May of last year...

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-..we'd have had to make a difficult

-choice to carry on or give up.

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-Over the past six months,

-prices have increased.

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-I think we'll have a good run

-from now on.

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-I think a family farm is better off

-than most in the long run.

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-Nia and Iwan enjoy helping out

-on the farm.

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-They take a keen interest

-in preparing for the shows.

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-Nia and Iwan, you've been busy

-since the early hours.

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-Both these have calved

-by three months.

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-We were lucky enough

-to win two firsts...

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-..in the Llandyfaelog Show.

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-Both won Champion of Champions

-in their category.

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-We then went to the Bath and West

-Show in Shepton Mallet.

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-The Brown Swiss ended up

-as the Brown Swiss champion...

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-..and we had an honourable mention

-across the whole show.

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-We were very pleased with both.

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-Nia, the Brown Swiss

-is close to your heart.

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-Why the Brown Swiss?

-They're not the most popular breed.

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-No, there are very few of them

-in Carmarthenshire.

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-I wanted a different breed

-to Dad and Iwan.

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-I like the colour and they

-provide high-protein milk...

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-..so that's a bonus

-for the cattle and the milk.

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-Iwan, I've heard that you're

-the chief clipper on the farm!

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-I've been clipping

-for the part two years.

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-I've learnt a lot by watching

-other people clipping at shows.

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-I've come back and emulated

-the tricks I've learnt here.

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-It helps cut down on our costs.

-Dad's happy!

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-On the day, the way you lead the cow

-can make a big difference.

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-What must you remember

-when you're in the circle?

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-You need to keep the head up

-to ensure the top looks straight.

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-Also ensure the legs and tail

-can show the udder at its best.

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-This pleases the judges.

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-With the preparation work

-almost over...

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-..what are the hopes for this year?

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-The children are involved.

-Nia's taking her Brown Swiss.

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-Iwan's taking a jersey.

-Richard won't be leading this year.

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-The children are in charge!

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-As well as winning

-with Dude Paradise...

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-..you had success

-with the Brown Swiss.

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-Yes, we were lucky. The Brown

-Swiss won herd champion last year.

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-She's been lucky enough this year

-to achieve success in Llandyfaelog.

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-She also won down in Bath and West

-three weeks ago.

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-She's going back to the Dairy Show.

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-She'll be back this year.

-Fingers crossed again.

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-What kind of a show have you had?

-What's special about this?

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-It's a good show,

-it's the Welsh Dairy Show.

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-The standard of the animals

-is excellent.

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-The Holsteins, the Jerseys,

-all the breeds.

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-It's difficult getting the cattle

-to look their best on show day.

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-It's not a job you do in a day.

-You prepare for months beforehand.

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-The cow needs to have calved...

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-..three or four months previously

-to settle down.

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-The standard of the animals

-is excellent.

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-After all the hard work,

-how has it gone?

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-The children have done well.

-Iwan was second with the Jersey.

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-Nia was second with her cow.

-They both secured second places.

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-I've heard there were more awards.

-You were successful last night.

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-I won the handlers'

-12-16 years competition.

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-I then went on to win the 2017 Welsh

-Dairy Show best young handler award.

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-That's special.

-How much work was involved?

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-My brother and I have worked hard

-since we were young.

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-Dad and Mam have helped us

-every step of the way.

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-We're very grateful to them.

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-We're very grateful to them.

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-You won a shield, Iwan.

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-Tell me more about it.

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-I won the most points

-in the six local shows...

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-..in the judging dairy cattle stock

-category.

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-It's my second victory. This is

-the fourth victory for the family.

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-We're trying to keep it

-in the family.

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-I'd say you've had a great show,

-all four of you.

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-We hope to see you again next year.

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-Thank you.

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-This is the highlight of

-the competition in the main ring.

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-Who'll follow in the footsteps...

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-..of Dude Paradise

-and the Llancwm family?

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-Five breeds

-are vying for the title this year.

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-The judges of each breed

-give a mark for every cow...

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-..apart from their own breeds.

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-All the animals have walked around

-the ring for the final time.

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-It's time for the overall results.

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-The standard is so high,

-any one of them could win.

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-The queen of the breeds this year

-is Gatrog Bolton Jingles...

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-..owned by Elwyn,

-Cheryl and Anwen Thomas...

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-..Gelli Gatrog, Carmarthenshire.

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-Congratulations to you.

-You reared this cow yourself.

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-It makes the occasion

-even better when she's home bred.

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-It's been a very good show for us.

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-I'm glad we could win. She's been

-a bridesmaid for many years.

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-It's nice that she was able

-to come out on top this year.

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-This is our first victory here.

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-You won with another cow in England.

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-Another cow from the herd

-down in the South West Dairy Show.

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-This one

-was the reserve champion there.

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-Fair play.

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-Anwen, things didn't go

-so well for you. What happened?

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-I've injured my leg.

-Next year will be my year!

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-It's been a very different show

-for you.

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-Cheryl, how do you sum up

-the success you've had today?

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-It's a team effort,

-the staff that help us.

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-We've got a team at home

-milking this afternoon.

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-Without them, we couldn't be here.

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-A few trophies heading back

-to Gelli Gatrog tonight.

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-I'll have to clean them all!

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-Congratulations to you.

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-Congratulations to everyone.

-That's all for this week.

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-We're beef cattle

-and sheep farmers...

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-..but we've had a good time

-with the dairy cattle.

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-It's been nice chatting to different

-people. That's all for this week.

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-Thanks for joining us

-and goodnight.

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Bydd Alun yn Sioe Laeth Cymru yn gweld beth yw'r pwyntiau trafod. Alun and Meinir are at the Welsh Dairy Show finding out what's under discussion and who takes the main prizes.


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