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Mon, 05 Dec 2016

Bydd Alun yn cwrdd ag enillwyr y gystadleuaeth fawr a bydd Daloni yn ymweld ag uned foch newydd yng nghampws Glynllifon. Featuring the new pig unit at Glynllifon and our competi...


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-Hello and welcome to Ffermio.

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-We're at the final show

-of the season...

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-..the Winter Fair in Llanelwedd.

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-The best quality of meat

-is the aim here.

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-People also want to win

-the odd red rosette.

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-There are also winners

-on our programme this week...

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-..as three lucky people

-take home a brand-new trailer.

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-We'll have more on that shortly.

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-Also this week, Daloni visits the

-new pig unit at Glynllifon Campus.

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-https://www.gllm.ac.uk/courses/foundation-(glynllifon)/

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-We'll hear about

-the YFC's plans...

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-..to buy this building

-on the Showground.

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-The National Trust has many estates

-the length and breadth of Wales.

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-However, Llanerchaeron is the only

-working farm in their hands.

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-https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/llanerchaeron

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-The person responsible for animal

-health, condition of the land...

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-..and welcoming visitors

-is Delyth Mair Williams.

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-https://twitter.com/delmairt

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-After graduating

-from Aberystwyth University...

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-..Delyth was a technical researcher

-with Innovus.

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-http://www.innovus.org.uk/

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-That was before

-she accepted a job here in 2012.

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-She now looks after

-a flock of Llanwenog sheep...

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-..a herd of Welsh Pigs

-and a herd of Welsh Black cattle.

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-As if that wasn't enough,

-she also trains and works sheepdogs.

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-I was raised on my parents' farm

-in Cwm Nantcol.

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-https://www.nantcolwaterfalls.co.uk/

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-In 2007, I went to university

-in Aberystwyth.

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-I started studying

-Countryside Management.

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-https://courses.aber.ac.uk/undergraduate/countryside-management-degree/

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-By the second year...

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-..I decided I wanted to study

-Agriculture too.

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-https://courses.aber.ac.uk/undergraduate/bsc-agriculture-degree/

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-I was familiar with Llanerchaeron

-from when I was at university.

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-They were managed together.

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-I'd been here

-and had loved the place.

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-An opportunity came up

-to manage the farm here.

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-I applied for it

-not expecting to get the job.

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-I never thought

-I could do a job like this one.

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-I got a phone call that evening

-offering me the job.

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-I couldn't believe the manager

-to begin with.

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-When I first started here,

-I remember my first day.

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-I went around

-trying to find all the stock.

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-I was trying to learn

-what needed doing from day to day.

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-I'd never kept

-pigs or chickens before.

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-I was mostly used to

-cattle and sheep.

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-When I first arrived,

-I had to get everything in order.

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-I also had to work out...

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-..how I'd fit this all in

-with visitors and volunteers.

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-We have around 40,000 visitors

-here each year.

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-Goodness gracious!

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-We have to consider them...

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-..in the decisions that we make

-about managing the farm.

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-We have to think about things like

-the timing of lambing and shearing.

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-We do that so we can offer

-those experiences to our visitors.

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-We're open

-so they can see how we farm.

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-This is a sight worth seeing,

-isn't it?

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-Native Welsh Black Cattle.

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-In terms of how you see

-the use of the cattle...

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-..they're here to produce meat

-for the market.

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-They have more of a purpose here

-than just meat.

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-Yes, we do a lot

-of conservation grazing.

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-We have wet ground, marshland.

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-tir rhos - marshland?

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-We also have hay meadows.

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-Welsh Black Cattle

-suit that job to a tee.

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-They're the right size

-to clear an area...

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-..where there's a lot of scrub

-growing into the land.

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-They keep it down.

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-They're very good in that way.

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-They can also do well on land

-that's of a pretty poor standard.

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-Marshland and so on.

-

-Again, moor?

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-We have store cattle here. These

-will be calving here next year.

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-They will be grazing on wet ground.

-They'll get on well there.

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-There are other breeds,

-like some of the continental ones...

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-..that won't do as well

-on that land.

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-Delyth, I've brought you a bag.

-Tell us a little about the contents.

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-Is it grown here or bought in?

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-These are oats.

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-These are all grown here.

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-We have the option of growing

-crops like this through Glastir.

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-It fits well in here at the moment.

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-We change

-where it's grown each year.

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-This is a part of the National

-Trust's plan on conservation...

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-..this idea of a food cycle.

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-Yes, indeed.

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-We keep the hay on the field

-after the harvest.

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-That's always good

-for wildlife and birds.

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-That's every winter.

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-But then, it also suits us.

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-We've just become an organic farm...

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-..so we have organic food grown

-on the farm ready for the cattle.

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-We don't have to buy in any feed.

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-Let's juggle some of this now.

-Let's take it to the cattle.

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-I'll be your farmhand!

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-They'll be glad to see you coming

-this morning.

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-Here we go.

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-You really filled this one!

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-Or I've become weak in my old age.

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-You need a woman to do a proper job.

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-You need a woman to do a proper job.

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-Yes, you're the boss!

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-The pigs are being used

-to manage the land in a way.

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-Yes, we move this little enclosure

-every now and again.

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-We reseed wherever they are.

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-Normally, a power harrow on the

-land is enough once we move them.

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-I can imagine.

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-We then have the option

-of reseeding...

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-..or of planting

-a slightly different crop.

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-There we go.

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-Having a helper is handy!

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-I'm not much help, I'm afraid.

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-This is clearly one of the fields

-you've treated.

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-Yes, we have a crop of turnips here.

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-That's kept the cattle busy here

-since the middle of October.

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-When the public see this,

-I'm sure they're over the moon.

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-Yes, they do like to see us

-feeding the animals.

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-These have been fed here...

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-..since they were calves

-getting milk from the dairy cattle.

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-It's nice for the public

-to see them.

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-Delyth is preparing

-to take a load of cattle...

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-..to sell at Dolgellau mart.

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-What are her hopes for the sale?

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-Great, Delyth.

-That's their last supper now.

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-Here, anyway.

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-Here, anyway.

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-Yes.

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-Most of this lot

-will be going on Friday.

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-What will you have

-in terms of choice for people?

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-There's a mix

-of steers and heifers here.

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-Some are registered pedigree.

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-Some aren't.

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-One or two are a Limousin

-or Aberdeen Angus cross.

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-There's something

-for everyone there.

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-Sale day arrives and Delyth and

-the cattle face a 50-mile journey.

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-According to Meat Promotion Wales'

-latest report on the market...

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-..beef is hovering around

-the 1.90 per kilo mark.

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-How will that convert in terms

-of value for Delyth's store cattle?

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-I'm very pleased.

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-On average, I got 686.

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-The heifers

-did better than I expected.

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-The steers did well too.

-It was a good day.

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-I can't ignore

-one thing that happened.

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-There were two heifers where you

-weren't happy with the price.

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-They got to a very good price

-but they are worth more to me.

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-Delyth was happy

-with the day's prices...

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-..but what are her hopes

-for the farm's future?

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-We don't have any

-incredibly ambitious plans here.

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-I'd like to see a herd

-of Welsh Black Cattle...

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-..that is worth seeing and

-a similar flock of Llanwenog sheep.

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-I'd like them

-to be a good example of that breed.

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-A high standard.

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-I'd say you're going about it

-the right way.

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-I hope so, yes.

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-They look great.

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-The Showground in Llanelwedd

-is home to a few organizations...

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-..including the Wales federation

-of Young Farmers Clubs.

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-At the Winter Fair,

-they're launching a campaign...

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-..to allow you

-to buy a brick of their building.

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-Although the YFC

-owns the top floor...

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-..Neath Port Talbot College

-owns the ground floor.

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-The Young Farmers have a chance

-to buy them out for 76,100.

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-They have to raise the money

-by February.

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-Buying the building...

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-..has been in the organization's

-plans for a long time...

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-..but we've never been able

-to come to a good deal with NPTC.

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-By now, they want to sell

-and we want to buy.

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-We got permission from the council

-in October...

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-..to go ahead and buy the building.

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-Looking at the details, what are the

-options in terms of the purchase?

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-What we're suggesting

-as an organization...

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-..is that we start at 25

-and work up to 100, 250 and 500.

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-But we're willing

-to accept any donations.

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-If it's 1, 5 or 10, we'll take it

-and be grateful for it.

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-If someone wants to speak to us

-about larger donations...

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-..they are more than welcome to.

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-We're ready

-to name the meeting room...

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-..after Alun Elidyr

-or Meinir Maesteilo!

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-If you want to talk to us about

-a donation, please get in touch.

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-The organization is 80 years old

-this year.

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-Yesterday, we had the two youngest

-members of the organization...

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-..and Wales' oldest chairman

-with us.

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-They've ensured that

-the organization was there for us.

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-We have to ensure

-it's there for the future.

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-We need to help to make sure...

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-..there's a prosperous countryside

-for the future.

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-It's time for a short break.

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-Come back to find out

-who won the trailers.

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-Daloni will be enjoying herself

-in amongst the pigs.

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-See you in two minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-The time has come

-to announce the winners...

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-..of our Ifor Williams Trailers

-competition.

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-Many thanks to the 3,500 viewers

-that entered the competition.

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-There are three winners.

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-Before we discover who they are...

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-..let's remind ourselves

-of the questions, answers...

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-..and that all-important word.

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-The first question was...

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-..heart, lungs and kidney

-- these are examples of what?

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-The answer was "organs".

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-Next, the mechanical farm-hand

-in the milking parlour was "robot".

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-"Merlin" is the Welsh wizard

-with connections to Carmarthen.

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-The home of the horse

-and Jesus's birthplace was "stable".

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-The final question asked the surname

-of the president elect of the USA...

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-..well, "Trump", of course.

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-Rearrange the initial letter

-of each answer...

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-..and you get this year's word,

-"storm".

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-The winners of the third prize,

-a P7e trailer worth 950...

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-..were Tecwyn and Brenda Williams

-from Oswestry.

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-Who put in the entry

-and worked out the answers?

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-Tecwyn.

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-I think you probably worked

-together.

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-Oh, yes.

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-How will you use the trailer

-at home?

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-To carry sheep and so on.

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-Will it be useful to you?

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-Will it be useful to you?

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-Yes, it will.

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-Fantastic.

-Congratulations to you both.

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-Thank you.

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-The winners of the second prize,

-a P8g trailer worth 1,945...

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-..are Dewi and Non Williams,

-Y Rhandir, Llangwyryfon.

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-We have mainly sheep on the farm

-and a small amount of beef.

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-We also keep horses.

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-Do you often win competitions?

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-No, we've never won anything before.

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-Tell me

-how you will use the trailer.

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-Will it be useful on the farm?

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-Will it be useful on the farm?

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-It will be very useful.

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-If I have to take an animal to the

-vet, I can take it in the trailer.

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-If I'm taking lambs to the mart...

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-..I can fit fifteen in there.

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-I won't need to take

-the big box trailer.

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-The winners of the first prize...

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-..a HB506 horse trailer

-worth 4,180...

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-..are Geraint, Elen...

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-..Haf, Fflur and Arwel Jones,

-Pentre, Blaenplwyf, Aberystwyth.

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-Well, Fflur, Haf and Geraint...

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-..congratulations

-on winning first prize.

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-Where are you from originally?

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-We're from Blaenplwyf

-near Aberystwyth.

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-Do you work at home on the farm?

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-Do you work at home on the farm?

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-Yes, full-time.

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-What type of farm is it?

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-Cattle and sheep, beef and sheep.

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-Do you have a use for this?

-Do you keep horses?

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-We've got plenty of horses.

-Almost too many.

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-We have three children

-and they each have their own horse.

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-Arwel isn't here today

-but my daughters are here.

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-The phone rang in the house and

-I thought it was a nuisance call.

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-Yes?

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-I checked the answering machine

-and Gwawr had left a message.

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-I'll bet there was some excitement.

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-I'll bet there was some excitement.

-

-That's right.

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-And celebrations?

-It's an early Christmas present.

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-It was very special.

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-Congratulations, your entry

-was successful. Well done.

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-Thank you.

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-Merry Christmas, girls.

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-Enjoy transporting the horses

-in the trailer.

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-I'm sure that like me, when you need

-a snack, you turn to bacon.

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-It's the hardest sector

-to work commercially.

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-Education is key to the process.

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-Daloni has been to see

-the latest developments...

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-..on the Glynllifon Campus

-of Coleg Meirion Dwyfor.

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-This college

-on the old Glynllifon estate...

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-..is a Farming Connect

-Innovation Site for beef and pork.

-

-https://businesswales.gov.wales/farmingconnect/innovation-sites

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-Where better then to develop

-the best facilities to rear pigs.

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-At the cost of 500,000,

-the unit is an important resource...

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-..in giving the best education

-possible to the students.

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-We got to it because the pigs...

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-..were kept in traditional farm

-buildings made from slate and stone.

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-It was hard

-to control their environment.

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-We needed to improve

-the efficiency of the unit.

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-So we invested in modern buildings.

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-How will this benefit the students?

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-Having the resources here makes

-it more attractive to students...

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-..to consider a pig unit

-on a family farm.

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-It's a nice place to work.

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-It's a very effective system.

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-The pigs seem to have settled in

-and are performing.

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-It will certainly

-be more attractive for them.

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-This system

-is less labour intensive.

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-The investment has been substantial.

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-It's an investment

-in the next generation of farmers.

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-We want the students to have

-the best possible resources.

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-We want to nurture their confidence

-and improve their husbandry skills.

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-A lot of innovative resources

-have been used.

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-The pig feeder has come from Spain.

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-It's the first one installed

-in the UK.

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-There are things

-which are installed here...

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-..that go further

-than your average commercial unit.

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-Is that the way forward?

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-Pig production

-needs to be efficient.

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-If you're in the commercial world...

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-..the cost of feed

-is about 60% of the cost.

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-You have to get a good control

-of the environment and the pigs...

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-..to get the best out of the feed.

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-Farming Connect has a close

-partnership with the college.

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-It's held an open day on the site

-with guest speakers...

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-..discussing the implications

-of rearing pigs.

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-We've got one or two projects

-on the horizon here in Glynllifon.

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-The first will look at evaluating

-the performance of the Welsh Pig.

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-It will also look at the performance

-of the hybrid pig...

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-..which we have at the new building.

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-We'll monitor every piglet

-from birth through to slaughter.

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-We can then work out which breeding

-lines are most efficient.

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-That's how we will choose

-replacement sows.

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-What's happening today?

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-Today, we're holding an open day...

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-..to exhibit the new pig unit

-at Glynllifon.

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-The facilities here are first class.

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-We're just showing

-what's available here.

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-There will be talks from experts

-on biosecurity...

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-..and on how to improve

-the efficiency of pig herds.

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-You are the Technical Officer

-for Pigs and Fowl...

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-..for Farming Connect in Wales.

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-In your opinion,

-what's the future for pigs?

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-There's a very prosperous future

-for the pig industry in Wales.

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-We hope to see growth in the number

-of pigs produced in Wales.

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-That is a result

-of the new RDP project...

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-..which looks at increasing the

-number of pigs produced in Wales.

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-By working with them and educating

-the industry about the potential...

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-..I think the pig industry in Wales

-has a bright future.

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-The new pig unit is run...

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-..to give students the best possible

-experience in the field.

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-The pigs here

-are sent to slaughter at 85kg.

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-That's usually

-between 16 weeks and 20 weeks.

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-How many sows

-do you have in the unit?

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-We have 50 sows.

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-This is going to be a project...

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-..where we follow the two breeds

-over three years and collect data.

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-Every piglet is tagged

-electronically at birth.

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-Their performance is then compared.

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-How many suckling pigs?

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-We aim to have twelve suckling pigs

-per litter. Twelve or more.

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-The shed is split up into rooms.

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-We have a suckling unit...

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-..a unit for young sows,

-growing pigs and pig fattening.

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-They all need

-different temperatures.

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-This electronic unit controls

-the temperature in each room.

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-If it goes up or comes down...

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-..the fans come on

-to maintain a constant temperature.

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-There's an alarm system if we have

-an issue with overheating.

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-Over 200 students get experience

-at the new pig unit every week.

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-What do you think of the pig unit?

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-It's a great unit. They've invested

-a lot of money in it.

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-Hopefully, we can turn over

-more pigs to improve the genetics.

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-It's a great unit.

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-We don't have to muck out

-and there are slats.

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-What do you learn

-from the new pig unit?

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-We've learned a lot,

-it's a good investment.

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-We've learned about

-the daily live weight gain.

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-We've learned

-how to improve their weight.

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-I think it still contributes a lot

-to the potential in the pig unit.

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-How do you hope to gain

-from the new pig unit?

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-It shows the best way to invest.

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-It might be expensive

-at the front end...

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-..but it cuts the costs

-of rearing each pig.

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-It shows us how to do the figures

-and ensure something is profitable.

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-At the moment, the market is strong,

-the pound is weak...

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-..less stuff is imported.

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-There's more use and more demand

-for pork in the UK and Wales.

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-Only 5% of the bacon in Wales

-is produced in Wales.

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-I think there's scope there

-to expand...

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-..on eating more Welsh pigs

-in Wales.

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-That's it. Christmas has come early

-for three lucky viewers on Ffermio.

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-They're taking a trailer each home.

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-How about this? 294p per kilo

-for this heifer at the Winter Fair.

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-That's quite a price. So, success

-for many people here today.

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-That's it for this week.

-Thanks for your company.

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-From me and the rest

-of the Ffermio team, goodbye.

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Bydd Alun yn cwrdd ag enillwyr y gystadleuaeth fawr a bydd Daloni yn ymweld ag uned foch newydd yng nghampws Glynllifon. Featuring the new pig unit at Glynllifon and our competition winners.


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