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Mon, 04 Apr 2016

Bydd Daloni ym Mhwllheli yn gweld sut mae menter fferm Bryn Rhydd wedi datblygu yn ystod y ddwy flynedd diwethaf. Meinir will be amongst a farmers march in London.


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-Hello and a warm welcome to Ffermio.

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-It's Easter which means

-the holiday season has started.

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-This week,

-I visit a family of farmers...

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-..who hope

-to take advantage of this...

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-..here in the seaside town

-of Pwllheli.

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-Coming up, with

-the vaccination programme on hold...

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-..what's currently being done

-to tackle TB in cattle?

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-We talk to the Chief

-Veterinary Officer for Wales...

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-..and hear about the plans of Welsh

-councils to combat the disease.

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-But first, thousands of farmers

-recently gathered in London...

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-..to voice their concerns...

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-..about the agriculture industry

-and its future.

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-With low prices

-across the industry...

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-..the group Farmers for Action

-has organised a march to London.

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-A large representation

-from the farming industry...

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-..travelled to London to

-present a letter to David Cameron...

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-..and to draw attention

-to the problems that farmers face.

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-One of the chief organisers...

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-..is former Farmer of the Year

-Cheryl Thomas.

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-We had to come here today

-to get the ball rolling.

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-We need to go into schools

-and educate children...

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-..about where milk comes from...

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-..and how their Sunday roast beef

-arrive on their plates.

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-A lot of other initiatives

-will be taking place...

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-..and so my plea is

-to those who haven't come today...

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-..to join us next time.

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-If we want to change things,

-it's up to us to join forces.

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-What do you hope will happen next?

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-What do you hope will happen next?

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-Something has to change.

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-We need better prices

-for our produce.

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-Is enough being done to market milk

-and farm produce at the moment?

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-Not half enough.

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-The dentist tells your children

-to drink water and milk.

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-That's an opportunity

-for us as an union to market it.

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-However, it's not

-our responsibility as farmers.

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-That's why there's a levy.

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-We pay people to do that work for us

-but they're not doing it.

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-Too much time has passed and

-far too much damage has been done.

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-People have left the industry

-and we've had to borrow more money.

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-This has been going on

-for far too long.

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-Now you can celebrate the industry

-and shout about it!

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-The march has been organised by the

-Chairman of Farmers for Action...

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-..David Handley and his wife Marilyn

-- dairy farmers from Monmouthshire.

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-We've got a letter for David Cameron

-from the British farming industry.

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-It says there are two things

-which have got to be answered.

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-Number one, are we having

-to stay in a free market...

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-..and watch the weakest farmer

-continually go to the wall?

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-Or is he prepared for British

-farmers to feed the population...

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-..and play on the global stage with

-exports of our prime British foods?

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-If so, he has got to address

-a number of issues.

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-In addition to the protest...

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-..today gives farmers a chance

-to market their produce...

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-..and to meet

-their target audience.

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-Gaenor Howells lives in London

-and works in marketing.

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-How important is it that

-Welsh produce is promoted in London?

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-If we want to compete on a global

-stage, it's vitally important.

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-However, it's just as important that

-we, as Welsh residents in London...

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-..go out and buy the produce.

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-The reason for that...

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-..is so that

-shop and supermarket buyers...

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-..realise that there's a demand

-for the produce.

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-How can we appeal

-to those customers?

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-Firstly,

-through attractive branding.

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-We need to speak to the customer...

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-..and to be clear about

-what's different about the produce.

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-Shops and supermarkets

-are searching for excellence.

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-We have that in Wales

-as we've seen in today's protest.

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-We have excellence

-in our produce and farms.

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-However, there are farms

-and producers across the world...

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-..who are also offering excellence.

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-We need to reverse

-the supply chain...

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-..so that our produce is seen

-by people around the world.

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-We need to bring the issues

-facing the farming industry...

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-..to the top

-of the political agenda.

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-The only way to do that

-is to organize marches like today.

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-It's an effective way

-to raise awareness...

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-..and attract media attention.

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-It forces politicians like myself...

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-..to respond

-and to think about the issues.

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-That's the benefit

-of an event like today.

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-It draws attention to the problems

-facing the industry...

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-..such as TB, milk prices

-and the issues with payments.

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-I hope the Prime Minister

-and the UK Government take notice.

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-These are problems

-facing the whole of Europe.

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-It's important that farmers voice

-their concerns in Britain too.

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-After travelling

-all the way to London...

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-..what was the farmers' reaction

-to the march?

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-There's a good turnout here.

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-We're making a lot of noise...

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-..to draw attention

-to the problems in farming.

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-I hope they take notice.

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-How important is today?

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-It's extremely important

-for the generations to come...

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-..and so that people are made aware

-of what's going on in the industry.

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-We need to make sure

-there is a future.

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-My two sons

-want to return home to farm.

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-I hope they can do that and

-that they have a prosperous future.

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-Thousands of people

-are here to support the industry.

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-With all the noise...

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-..and everything that David

-and Marilyn Handley have done...

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-..I hope some good will come of it.

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-What difference

-do you think it will make?

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-I don't know.

-The government has to listen to us.

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-There are problems with the prices

-in every aspect of farming.

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-Our industry has been educating

-the consumer for a long time...

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-..and will continue to do so.

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-I don't believe

-that's a politician's role in life.

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-There's a lot of other things

-he can do.

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-He can feed all the armed services,

-prisoners, everybody...

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-..on British food, not import it

-for the cheapest price.

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-That would make a big difference

-to British agriculture.

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-In May 2014...

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-..I visited Bryn Rhydd farm

-in Edern on the Lleyn Peninsula...

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-..as they embarked on a new venture

-producing ice cream.

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-Two years later, the business has

-developed into the company, Glasu.

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-Dylan and Annwen Jones

-and their son Dyfed farm here.

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-They milk 200 Holstein Friesian

-and Brown Swiss cattle.

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-The business started

-by chance four years ago...

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-..when they made ice cream for the

-wedding of their daughter, Elliw.

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-After it was well-received

-by the guests...

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-..they started their business,

-Glasu.

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-After travelling back and forth

-to Llangefni for two years...

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-..to produce the ice cream

-at the Food Technology Centre...

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-..they've now set up a unit

-on the farmyard.

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-We held discussions...

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-..and once the Environmental Health

-and everyone was happy...

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-..we bought a Portakabin

-and adapted it...

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-..so we could produce

-our ice cream on the farm.

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-You now produce and sell

-lots of ice cream!

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-Yes,

-we're up to two days a week now.

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-It's a job to find time

-to do everything.

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-Time is scarce.

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-This is on top of everyday farming.

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-Yes. We still milk every day.

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-It's a very different venture

-but it's enjoyable.

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-Your son, Dyfed,

-helps out on the farm.

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-Yes. It would be impossible

-without Dyfed.

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-He does the feeding in the winter

-while we produce the ice cream.

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-When you're in the unit,

-what do you do?

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-The pasteurizing process

-has been done the day before...

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-..so that the base mix

-has had time to age, as they say.

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-We then remove it from that and put

-it in the tank to cool overnight.

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-We then measure six litres

-to make Napolis or small pots.

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-The process takes twelve minutes...

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-..to turn it from milk to ice cream.

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-It takes a bit of time.

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-You make it sound very easy!

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-It is

-once you know what you're doing.

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-You can do it quicker in time.

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-Filling the small pots is the most

-time-consuming part of the process.

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-You use your own Bryn Rhydd milk

-in the ice cream.

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-Yes, every drop.

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-How much ice cream do you produce?

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-We use up to 150 litres of milk

-every week.

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-We double that

-over the summer months.

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-We produce as much as we can

-in the unit...

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-..but it's getting to be quite small

-already!

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-But it's a nice problem.

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-This is a family business.

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-Yes.

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-My daughter started it all

-at her wedding.

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-We've had help from my son-in-law,

-Myrddin.

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-Then there's Dyfed.

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-Then there's Dyfed.

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-He does all the legwork.

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-We manage somehow

-but there's never enough time!

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-It must be nice that

-you're doing it all yourselves...

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-..and that you don't see

-all your milk going away.

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-With milk prices

-as they are today...

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-..it's great that we can turn it

-into something better than milk.

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-Yes. However, we started it

-when milk prices were OK.

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-It's a bonus...

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-..but we get more enjoyment from it.

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-You're making the best

-of a difficult situation.

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-Yes, but one day, we'd like

-to see 500 litres of milk...

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-..being used to produce ice cream.

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-At that point, we might consider

-reducing the herd...

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-..and perhaps taking a holiday!

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-It would be great if we could

-employ someone in the future.

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-It must be wonderful to know...

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-..you're making the best

-of the produce you have here.

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-Yes, it gives me great pleasure.

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-When I send ice cream to Aberdaron

-and see a row of children...

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-..sitting on the bridge

-eating it and enjoying it...

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-..it's a wonderful feeling.

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-The Glasu business has clearly

-developed in terms of production...

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-..on the farm.

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-But there's more to the story.

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-We'll find out how they've developed

-the marketing side after the break.

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-I'll see you shortly.

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-Welcome back to Ffermio.

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-Before the break, we were

-on Bryn Rhydd farm in Edern...

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-..watching them

-make their ice cream, Glasu.

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-The business has expanded greatly

-in the last two years.

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-A few days ago...

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-..they opened their first

-ice cream parlour here in Pwllheli.

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-The shop is in the centre of town.

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-This was the perfect site for

-the family to expand their business.

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-Elliw Davies, the daughter

-of Dylan and Annwen, is in charge.

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-Things are changing very quickly.

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-You make the ice cream

-on the farm back in Edern...

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-..and now you've opened this shop.

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-The chance

-suddenly cropped up right here.

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-It was too good a chance to miss.

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-We decided to go for it.

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-Mam and Dad insisted that Myrddin

-and I were part of the venture.

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-What kind of reaction

-have you had so far?

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-We've only been open for a few days.

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-People have been very kind so far...

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-..coming in, wishing us well...

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-..and saying how nice it is

-to see local people going for it.

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-Tourists also like the story,

-and they think it's great...

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-..that the milk and ice cream

-are produced seven miles away.

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-They feel that they're getting

-something truly local.

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-I think that I'm very fortunate...

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-..that my parents

-were eager to develop.

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-Mam was determined to have

-as natural a recipe as possible.

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-One that didn't contain eggs,

-because some are allergic to eggs.

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-She also wanted a home-made element.

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-Proper ingredients - milk, cream

-and flavours as natural as possible.

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-What ice creams do you offer here?

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-All sorts.

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-The main hope with the shop...

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-..given that the production unit

-is at home...

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-..is that Mam has time to develop

-all kinds of different ice creams.

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-Who knows what we can offer

-within a few months' time?

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-As for the future...

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-..we aim to develop the menu...

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-..and the products

-we have available.

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-I'd like to work with Mam

-to produce ice cream flavours...

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-..that the people of Pwllheli

-may not have seen before.

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-At the end of the day,

-everyone likes ice cream.

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-Even though 95% of Welsh herds

-are free of TB...

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-..the disease is still

-in the headlines regularly.

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-Alun finds out

-what's happening at the moment.

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-We all know that

-the badger vaccination project...

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-..has been suspended for a year

-in the pilot area...

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-..because of a worldwide shortage

-of the BCG vaccine.

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-But attempts to eradicate TB

-from the Welsh herd continue...

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-..with several developments afoot.

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-One of the latest Welsh Government

-schemes is the TB Dashboard.

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-It gives a full picture of

-the disease situation across Wales.

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-It's an important resource

-to fight TB...

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-..says Chief Veterinary Officer

-Christianne Glossop.

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-I was really keen to make sure...

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-..that everybody understood

-or understands the TB picture.

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-That we can look

-at a range of measures...

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-..not just the number

-of new TB breakdowns.

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-11,500 herds of cattle in Wales

-don't have a TB breakdown right now.

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-I think it's important

-for people to understand that.

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-We look at other elements of the TB

-stats within the Dashboard as well.

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-Also, importantly,

-a new element of the Dashboard...

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-..is the recurrence rate.

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-That looks

-at the history of TB breakdowns...

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-..to see how likely it is that

-a herd that's had a TB breakdown...

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-..will go down with TB again

-within the next two years.

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-If we're winning, the recurrence

-rate will start to go down.

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-The process of eradicating TB

-from Welsh herds...

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-..puts a greater emphasis

-on the vet-farmer relationship...

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-..through the Cymorth TB programme.

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-One major contributor to the scheme

-is Swansea vet Ifan Lloyd.

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-When we go to a farm,

-the first thing we do...

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-..is discuss the general situation

-with the farmer.

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-We make sure they understand

-what's happening, and why.

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-Why any particular decisions

-have been made...

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-..and their effects on the farm.

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-We then walk around the farm...

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-..to look for places

-that could pose a risk.

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-For example,

-we walk the farm's boundaries.

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-Are they bordered by woodland?

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-That leads us on to badgers.

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-We then check the badger situation.

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-Are there setts on the farm?

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-Are they fenced off?

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-Another big factor here

-is that the farmer gets a chance...

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-..to discuss the situation

-with someone he trusts.

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-I know some people don't agree

-with the policy we have in Wales...

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-..but it's important to work

-within the policy on farms...

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-..and identify what can be done

-to help to reduce the risks...

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-..and to protect valuable stock

-that has been bred for generations.

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-As well as being a vet...

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-..Rhys Beynon-Thomas must also

-face the challenges of TB...

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-..at home on the farm.

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-I can see both sides.

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-I can identify totally with farmers

-when cattle test positive for TB.

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-I know what it's like at home.

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-Every animal

-means something to every farmer.

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-It's a big loss,

-emotionally as well as economically.

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-We lost 30 cattle to TB

-about three weeks ago.

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-As for Cymorth TB, I'm currently

-involved with the scheme...

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-..doing an online training course

-to get the necessary qualifications.

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-It enables local vets

-around the country...

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-..vets who have a relationship

-with farmers in their areas...

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-..to discuss TB at herd level

-and maybe at holding level...

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-..to see whether we can

-make some difference.

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-The big frustration from my point

-of view is that we can't suggest...

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-..how we'd like the disease

-to be treated.

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-We can't suggest

-that people deal with wildlife...

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-..because it's illegal...

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-..despite our wildlife

-harbouring TB.

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-Here, that's mainly badgers.

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-The latest statistics show...

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-..an increase of 27%

-in cases of TB.

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-How does the Chief Veterinary

-Officer explain that?

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-Whilst we have seen a sustained

-reduction in new breakdowns...

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-..through the duration of our

-annual testing regime since 2009...

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-..we have,

-in the last 12 months or so...

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-..seen an increase in the number

-of cattle slaughtered.

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-We're testing herds harder

-and using more sensitive testing.

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-The aim is to make sure...

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-..that if there's any infection

-within that herd of cattle...

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-..we find it as quickly as possible.

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-When you increase

-the sensitivity of a test...

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-..you will find more infected

-animals at an earlier stage.

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-The long-term objective

-is TB eradication, of course.

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-If we are to reach that objective,

-we've got to make sure...

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-..that we don't leave any infection

-behind within those herds of cattle.

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-While the Welsh Government still

-seeks ways to prevent bovine TB...

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-..Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire

-and Carmarthenshire councils...

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-..have put pressure on them

-to cull badgers in target areas.

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-Indeed, the motion has been passed

-in Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire.

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-The leader of Carmarthenshire...

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-..invited

-Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire...

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-..to a meeting in Carmarthen to

-discuss the problems in agriculture.

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-One of the quickest things

-we thought we could do...

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-..would be to propose a motion

-before all three councils...

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-..to target badger culling in areas

-where we know TB problems exist.

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-What was the vote like?

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-I was surprised

-to have such a good debate.

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-26 voted in favour, one against

-and five abstained.

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-I think that shows

-the strength of feeling.

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-Those I've spoken to who were

-against it were opposed to a cull.

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-But the truth is, I told them,

-that there is a culling scheme now.

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-It has been happening.

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-80,000 head of cattle

-slaughtered over ten years.

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-Slaughtering cattle is pointless

-if you don't deal...

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-..with one of the main causes

-for the transmission of TB.

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-Has the Welsh Government reacted?

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-Not that I'm aware.

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-The letter hasn't been sent yet.

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-Carmarthenshire has debated

-and passed the motion.

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-Pembrokeshire

-has proposed the motion.

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-That must be accepted before

-it's discussed and voted upon.

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-When the three counties

-have discussed it and voted...

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-..I would hope

-we'll have unanimous support.

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-Then we can write a letter,

-either together or separately.

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-After the election,

-when the new minister is named...

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-..or the present minister

-carries on...

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-..one of their first tasks...

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-..will be dealing with those

-three letters demanding action.

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-In order to collect data

-about the spread of TB...

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-..the Welsh Government

-has appealed to the public...

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-..to tell them about the location

-of any dead badgers.

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-Contact them on this phone number.

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-That's all for this week.

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-Thank you for your company.

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-I'll see you

-at the same time next week.

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-From the sunny Lleyn Peninsula,

-goodbye.

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