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Mon, 17 Oct 2016

Ymweliad a dau frawd sydd newydd ddychwelyd i fyw ar fferm yn y Preseli wedi cyfnod yn byw yn y ddinas. Two brothers who have returned to live on a farm in Preseli, after living...


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-Hello and welcome to Ffermio.

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-Meinir meets two brothers

-who have left the big city...

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-..and returned to their home

-in the Preseli mountains.

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-We'll also be considering the value

-of agriculture to local economies.

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-But first, farmers these days

-have to be much more creative...

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-..about using their

-farm's natural resources...

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-..to bolster their profit margins.

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-On Heartsease Farm, near Knighton...

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-..the water that once quenched

-the thirst of beef cattle...

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-..is drunk by people worldwide.

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-Daloni has been

-to the source of the spring.

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-13 years ago, the water

-from this bottle...

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-..would have been drunk

-by cattle on this land.

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-The cattle have all gone...

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-..but they've been replaced

-by a factory employing 180 people.

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-This was the vision

-of the late John Watkins...

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-..who went in search of water

-for his cattle...

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-..led to the foundation of the

-soft drinks company, Radnor Hills.

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-The company now has an annual

-turnover of more than 26 million.

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-Despite the success of the business,

-agriculture is still important here.

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-There are 800 acres of arable land

-and there are also 1,200 mule sheep.

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-Looking after this side of the

-venture is the farm manger...

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-..Edward Jones, originally

-from Llangristiolus, Anglesey.

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-I started at Harper Adams

-and got a placement here for a year.

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-After finishing my year, I was

-offered work after Harper Adams.

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-I went back to Harper for a year...

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-..and came straight back here

-to Heartsease.

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-What are your responsibilities?

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-What are your responsibilities?

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-The sheep and the arable land.

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-How does it work with the sheep?

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-There are 1,200 Welsh mules.

-All white-faced.

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-We try and cross with a Texel

-or Texel cross ram...

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-..to get lambs that look good

-to go to the live market.

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-We try and move the lambs on

-before Christmas.

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-Before Christmas?

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-We try to do it before Christmas.

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-When do you lamb?

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-When do you lamb?

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-All through March.

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-Do you expect them

-to reach a certain weight?

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-We're quite tough on the weight.

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-We don't want anything

-under 42 kilos.

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-This year, most of them

-have been 45 kilos on leaving.

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-How many of you farm here?

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-There are two full-time

-but we get a lot of help in.

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-The old manager has been working

-here for 48 years.

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-He's worked very hard here.

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-He still helps us out

-about four days a week.

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-The son of the late John Watkins,

-William Watkins...

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-..is now the managing director

-of the drinks company.

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-He employs Edward.

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-The farming came first here.

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-I arrived back in 1988

-from Newcastle University.

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-I'd done Agriculture

-and Food Marketing there.

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-My dad was farming here and I

-got involved in the business.

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-About twelve months

-after I started farming...

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-..I decided, and Dad did as well,

-we wanted to diversify the business.

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-A few years before that, he'd put in

-a bore hole for the livestock.

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-We thought, it was at that time...

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-..when water was starting

-to suddenly appear everywhere.

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-And we thought we'd have a go at it.

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-It all happens here on the farm.

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-It all happens here on the farm.

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-Everything happens here.

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-We make the bottles,

-we make the syrups.

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-The entire product is made here.

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-And you still farm here.

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-And you still farm here.

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-Very much so.

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-It's a really important part of it.

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-The soft drinks business is

-absolutely wedded to the farming.

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-We farm it in a way that we

-don't jeopardise our water source.

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-All kinds of crops are grown here

-on 800 acres.

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-Wheat, oats, rapeseed and barley.

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-That's the rotation we have.

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-How does the balance work between

-the animals and the crops...

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-..and what the water is used for?

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-It works well with the crops.

-We mix all of our own feed.

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-We feed the sheep all our own crops.

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-We buy a little concentrate

-to go with it.

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-We have to look after the land

-more than anything.

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-It's all organic, the grass. The

-part where the water comes from.

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-Edward spends most of his time

-with the sheep.

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-He usually sells the lambs

-at the local market in Knighton.

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-This market is on your doorstep,

-Edward.

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-Yes, it's only about four miles

-from the farm. It's very handy.

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-Do you only sell here?

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-Do you only sell here?

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-No, we take a few to Ludlow.

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-How have your prices been?

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-We've had 74 for the old sheep.

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-We've had 76 for 46-kilo lambs.

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-That's not bad.

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-That's not bad.

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-It's pretty good.

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-Is it complicated

-being on the border?

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-The single payment

-can be a bit difficult.

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-It's a bit slow sometimes.

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-We do straddle the border.

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-So you have some land

-the other side of Offa's Dyke.

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-Yes, land in both countries.

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-It can be very complicated.

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-I've heard it said,

-Welsh but from England. Weird.

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-Yes, it is.

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-A lot of farms

-are only just in England.

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-They're Welsh Farm Assured

-so we call them Welsh from England!

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-McCartneys are responsible

-for the market in Knighton.

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-Katie Morris

-is one of their auctioneers.

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-This market is right on the border,

-Katie.

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-Yes, the town is on the border.

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-Half of the farmers here are from

-Wales and the other half, England.

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-There are Welsh rules and English

-rules and you can't mix them.

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-TB, tags, movement and BPS.

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-What about current prices?

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-It's pretty good at the moment.

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-It's better than last year.

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-In the short term, Brexit is OK

-because of the exchange rate.

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-In the long term, it's important to

-get a good trade deal with Europe.

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-You clearly love your job, Katie.

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-Yes, I love my work.

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-If prices are alright,

-everyone's happy.

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-With an expected turnover

-of 28.5 million next year...

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-..the Radnor Hills produce

-on Heartsease Farm...

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-..has been a real success.

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-The agricultural side

-is also succeeding.

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-I want to make sure that we've got

-a well-balanced business...

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-..and that everyone working here

-knows we're not subject...

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-..to the whims of one supermarket

-buyer chucking us out.

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-Having our own brand out there

-in the market...

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-..competing and selling well

-is really important.

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-It gives us all a sense of security.

-Everyone working in the business.

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-I want a secure future

-for all of us.

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-How do you see things going now?

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-Well, we're continuing to grow.

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-We need to get a bit more land.

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-We may get someone else to help us

-with a few more sheep.

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-Do you get the freedom

-to do as you will here?

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-Yes, I have a certain amount of

-autonomy. I run it how I want to.

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-I hope I do the job right

-and make some money for them.

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-That is one venture...

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-..where the farmer has responded

-to the requirements of the customer.

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-Next, we visit the FUW's Open Day

-at Wolf's Castle.

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-This time,

-the farmer is the customer.

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-Meurig Harries and his family

-live at Eithin Man farm...

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-..where he keeps 100 dairy cattle

-and 150 young stock on 200 acres.

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-They've invited local businesses

-to the farm today...

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-..to highlight the relationship...

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-..between agriculture

-and rural businesses.

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-When a farmer has some money

-in the bank...

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-..the first thing he does is

-buy a new pick-up or a tractor.

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-It takes quite a lot to run a farm.

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-The farm itself has a turnover

-of about 350,000.

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-About 110,000 of that goes towards

-sustaining the dairy side.

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-There are a lot of costs.

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-If we don't get a fair price

-for our products...

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-..we can't produce anything.

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-It's very important

-to local businesses...

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-..that we're able to support them.

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-They have come here today to

-support us, so it works both ways.

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-Two years ago, the price of milk...

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-..was up at almost 30p a litre.

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-This year, it's been as low as 13p.

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-That's quite a big difference.

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-Two years ago, we changed

-our hedge cutter and mower.

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-We bought some 40,000-worth

-of machinery.

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-We only did it because we had it

-and we needed to revamp everything.

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-This year, we've tightened our belt

-and haven't spent anything.

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-We may have changed the wheelbarrow.

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-Other than that,

-we haven't spent much.

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-According to the FUW...

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-..for every 1 produced on the farm,

-6 is spent in the local economy.

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-Why is it so important for them

-to hold a day like this one?

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-The purpose is to show the public...

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-..how important agriculture is

-to our country...

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-..and how important it is

-to the countryside...

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-..and also how important agriculture

-is to local businesses and jobs.

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-So many people rely on our industry

-in rural areas.

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-If there's some disaster...

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-..or we don't get the price

-we should for our produce...

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-..then there's a knock-on effect

-on the industry.

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-Not only jobs,

-but the local community structure...

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-..schools, churches,

-Young Farmers Clubs.

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-That's all essential and relies

-on agriculture in rural areas.

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-If there isn't a profit in farming,

-all of that is under threat.

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-There are a variety of businesses

-here today.

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-From feed suppliers

-to machinery salesmen...

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-..and those who care for

-animal health.

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-What do they think of the event?

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-It's raising awareness of the

-current situation in the industry.

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-We're in a pretty big pickle

-at present.

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-We're a farming co-operative.

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-We rely on farmers

-as much as farmers rely on us.

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-More than that, we employ people

-within our business...

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-..from a farming background.

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-It's very important that we ensure

-local jobs for those people.

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-We are Meurig's vet here.

-95% of our work is dairy farming.

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-Without farmers, dairy farmers,

-we haven't got a business.

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-If you speak with people in the

-business, we have the same problems.

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-Things have slowed down a little.

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-I think we're facing a hard winter.

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-It's important for us

-that people see...

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-..how hard it's been

-over the last two years...

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-..in the area we sell in to.

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-Once farmers get a few pennies,

-they tend to reinvest them.

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-The drop in the last two years

-has been dramatic.

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-It's nice to come out today

-and speak to people...

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-..and say that something has

-to be done to help farmers out...

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-..to keep them going as they did

-before everything fell back.

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-A lot of the small companies

-who came today are one-man bands.

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-The time is precious for them.

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-They've taken time off

-from their work.

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-A lot will have to work late tonight

-to catch up with their work.

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-I'm quite glad

-that they turned up today.

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-That's it for this part.

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-It's time for a break now.

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-Join us after the break to hear

-our first competition question.

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-Meinir also visits two brothers

-who returned to their home county.

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-Welcome back.

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-Meinir has been to the area

-that was home to Waldo Williams.

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-She's met two brothers who, after

-glittering big city careers...

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-..have returned

-to their home county.

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-There is a tendency these days to

-long for a better quality of life...

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-..by moving from the city

-to the country.

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-That is exactly

-what Arwyn and Meirion Rees...

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-..from Pontyglasier

-near Eglwyswrw have done.

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-They've turned their backs

-on the city...

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-..and returned

-to the beauty of Pembrokeshire.

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-Meirion is the younger brother

-who trained as a civil engineer.

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-He worked in the middle of Cardiff.

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-He has now returned to

-the family farm in Pontyglasier...

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-..with his wife Catrin

-and their children, Lili and Tomi.

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-Along with his father, Meirion keeps

-over 2,000 Welsh Mountain sheep.

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-They graze mostly

-on the Preseli mountains.

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-I wanted the Cardiff life

-as a young man.

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-I wanted to see the city

-and enjoy myself somewhat.

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-Has farming

-always been in the blood?

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-I've had an interest in the farm

-and the sheep since I was young.

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-When I went away for ten years,

-I wasn't sure if I would return.

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-If you leave a farm,

-you lose the connection.

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-Sheep have always been

-a passion of mine.

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-How has the farm benefited

-from your experience in the city?

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-One of the things

-I learned in the city...

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-..was the importance

-of keeping records...

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-..and identifying

-your strengths and weaknesses.

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-The first year, I recorded

-everything about the sheep...

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-..how many scanned -

-the key statistics if you like.

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-I've always got a benchmark

-which shows how Dad farmed.

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-Whatever we change in future,

-we can always compare to that year.

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-I've tried to improve the land

-and the flock slowly.

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-We've got a better performance

-while keeping the costs down.

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-We keep Welsh Mountain sheep.

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-Our system keeps costs down.

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-What we get out of the sheep

-is quite low too.

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-That's the balance really.

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-It's important

-to keep the costs down.

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-While we farm

-on the Preseli mountains...

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-..we won't get many lambs,

-big lambs...

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-..or a lot of money from the sheep.

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-The only way to do it

-is to keep the costs down...

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-..and get one lamb

-out of each sheep.

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-Since returning, has it been

-difficult to work with your father?

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-No, not at all. It's been very easy.

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-Dad has let me get on with the sheep

-and do what I want to.

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-He's had his chance and he's had

-enough of working with the sheep.

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-It's a young man's game.

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-I'm very lucky.

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-After graduating from Cardiff

-University in Law and Japanese...

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-..the older brother, Arwyn...

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-..moved to London

-to start a career as a solicitor.

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-After a period of working in the

-city, he decided to return home...

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-..along with his wife, Michelle,

-from Southampton...

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-..and their children, Manon and Nia.

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-He still works as a solicitor...

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-..but has also started a cottage

-business at home on the farm.

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-The project has taken

-quite a bit of time up to now.

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-I enjoy designing them and

-putting that design into practice.

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-We have Storws and Cartws

-and the next one is the stable.

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-It was an old farm.

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-It was empty for over 40 years.

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-I had a dream of doing it up one day

-and coming to live here.

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-That dream has now been realised.

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-How hard is it to run a business

-in the countryside?

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-We've been very lucky. We've got

-a space that attracts people.

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-It's in a good place

-with a view of the mountains.

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-Visitors are happy when they come

-here. We get very good feedback.

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-We've found it's been easier

-than we'd imagined, really.

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-It's a real family enterprise.

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-Michelle, my wife, runs the

-cottages. She does the bookings.

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-She greets the guests.

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-I try to keep the grass down!

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-This work is totally different

-to what you do as a solicitor.

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-Yes. It's nice to have a balance

-between this work and the office.

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-That's only ten minutes away in

-Cardigan with Morgan & Richardson.

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-The balance is nice.

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-Over the years, Meurig and Val

-sustained the farm...

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-..to give their sons

-the best possible chance.

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-I'm proud

-that they've both come home.

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-We're all here together and can help

-each other as we want.

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-Arwyn has his own business.

-Meirion is on the farm.

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-Everyone's very happy

-at the moment.

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-You must be glad

-to have some help on the farm.

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-Yes, I'm very happy!

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-If Meirion hadn't returned home...

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-..I would have had to sell the sheep

-and the farm.

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-I'm very glad

-that Meirion came home to take over.

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-He has taken over.

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-To be honest, I didn't think

-I'd live to see the day...

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-..they'd both decide

-to leave their jobs.

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-They've both travelled the world.

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-They've seen for themselves

-that there's nowhere like home.

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-It wasn't just their choice.

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-They brought two wives home

-with them.

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-We've now got four grandchildren.

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-You could say

-that my dreams had come true.

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-You certainly seem

-very proud of them.

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-I really am.

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-I would say that it's important

-when you're young...

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-..to leave home, live another life

-and see how other people do things.

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-You need to go around the world

-and work for a company...

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-..to see how the world works.

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-You return home as a better person

-when you do come back.

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-Do you agree with that?

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-Yes, once you've been away, you

-appreciate how you were raised...

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-..and want your children

-to be raised in the same way.

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-It's an eye-opener.

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-From what I've seen today,

-you're all very close.

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-We live close by.

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-Mam and Dad are there, Arwyn is here

-and I'm two fields over.

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-It's hard to believe that

-we live so close to each other...

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-..after moving away.

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-You must be glad of the support

-you've had from your parents.

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-Absolutely. We appreciate the chance

-they've given us.

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-I've been able to live here

-and run the cottages.

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-Meirion's had the chance

-to run the farm.

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-Without their years of hard work,

-we'd never have had that chance.

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-Next, here are the details

-of our competition.

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-Trailer Competition

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-Once again this year,

-we have three excellent prizes.

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-They've all been donated

-by Ifor Williams Trailers.

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-The first prize

-is the HB506 horsebox trailer...

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-..worth 4,180 + VAT.

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-The second prize is the P8G trailer

-worth 1,945 + VAT.

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-The third prize

-is the P7e trailer worth 950 + VAT.

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-To win one of them, you will have

-to answer five simple questions.

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-The first letter of each answer will

-be an anagram of a five-letter word.

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-You'll need to send us that word

-by 23 November.

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-Here is the first question.

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-Heart, lung and kidney.

-What are they?

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-The details and rules of the

-competition are on our website.

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-Don't forget to watch next week's

-programme for the next question.

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-That's it for another week.

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-Looking to the future, we'll have

-to live more on the market.

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-The market has no conscience.

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-That belongs to people and society.

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-I'll leave you with the final words

-of Preseli by Waldo Williams.

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-"To the wall! We must keep our well

-clear of this beast's dirt."

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-We'll see you next week.

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Ymweliad a dau frawd sydd newydd ddychwelyd i fyw ar fferm yn y Preseli wedi cyfnod yn byw yn y ddinas. Two brothers who have returned to live on a farm in Preseli, after living in the city.


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