Mon, 22 Aug 2016 Ffermio


Mon, 22 Aug 2016

Bydd Alun Elidyr yn cwrdd a Tomos Davies a'i deulu ar Fferm Rhydygors, Sir Gaerfyrddin. The beautiful Welsh scenery and summer events will feature in tonight's Ffermio.


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-Welcome to Ffermio...

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-..and a warm welcome

-to Tremeirchion near St Asaph.

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-On this programme, we'll meet young,

-enthusiastic farmers...

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-..who are confident

-about their future in the industry.

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-They include a young family who've

-just bought this farm, Plas Coch.

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-Coming up, we join a local woman

-visiting the Pembrokeshire Show.

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-We'll meet some of the competitors

-and see the showground.

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-One of the dairy industry's

-main awards is the Gold Cup.

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-Alun has been to meet a family

-who reached the final this year.

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-Rhydygors near Talog

-in Carmarthenshire...

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-..is home to Tomos and Elin Davies

-and their daughters, Mari and Sara.

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-Tomos farms alongside his parents,

-Glyn and Myrtle.

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-Recently, they reached the top six

-dairy producers in the UK.

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-It began in January.

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-I received a letter saying

-I'd qualified for the competition.

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-I was given an application form so I

-could decide if I wanted to compete.

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-I gave it a go.

-I filled in the form and sent it.

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-A month or so later,

-I was told we were in the final six.

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-I couldn't believe it.

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-What were they looking for?

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-A technically-sound farm.

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-You produce quite a bit of milk.

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-Animal health is a big factor.

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-They also look at your business.

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-If truth be told, they wanted

-to know how much money we made!

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-They looked at everything in detail.

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-They then came here

-and talked to me.

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-They wanted to see...

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-..that the farm corresponded to what

-I'd written in the application form.

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-Glyn, tell me a little

-about the farm.

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-How has it changed over the years?

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-Four generations of your family

-have been here.

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-How many more cattle

-do you milk now in comparison?

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-Much more.

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-My father

-only milked about 25 cattle.

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-There are now a further 300

-on the farm.

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-swnio fel 100 ond myrtle yn cadarnhau nes mlan

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-Gosh!

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-How important is it...

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-..to have a good woman

-to run the business in the office?

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-It's important.

-It's the backbone of the business.

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-If the business is OK!

-

-os nad?

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-Tell us, Myrtle.

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-It's nice to hear those words

-sometimes!

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-Some recognition!

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-The NMR is very important.

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-NMR - National Milk Records - milk recording and dairy herd ...

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-National Milk Records

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-I'm sure having a record

-for every cow...

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-..is so important for your business.

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-..is so important for your business.

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-It's very important.

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-Very important.

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-You wouldn't believe how much

-I have to write about every cow.

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-We've now got over 300.

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-Think about all the work

-involved with those...

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-..let alone the ones yet to come.

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-But I like to do it.

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-It's been a tough time

-in terms of milk prices.

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-Who do you sell milk to?

-Are you in the right place?

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-This period will go down in history

-for dairy farmers.

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-We sell milk directly

-to Muller Milk.

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-We're receiving a bonus...

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-..that some of the supermarkets

-have been willing to give.

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-The milk cheque reached

-its lowest point at around 21p.

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-That was when it was at its lowest.

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-The family have looked very closely

-at the business.

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-Every detail has been assessed.

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-On average, every cow produces

-around 12,000 litres a year.

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-There are also

-around 230 young stock here.

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-Tomos, I know you've changed

-the business a lot in recent years.

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-One change

-is to milk three times a day.

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-Why did you decide to do that?

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-What changes have you seen

-because of that?

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-Back in summer 2014...

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-..we employed another worker here.

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-We just saw an opportunity.

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-Over winter, the milk

-was just coming and coming.

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-It wasn't overnight.

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-The system

-was coming along nicely.

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-In the spring, we decided

-to keep the cattle inside.

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-We saw it as an opportunity

-to go for it.

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-The price of milk was good.

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-We added another 70-80 cattle...

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-..and kept the entire herd inside

-through the spring.

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-In three years...

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-..we've gone from selling

-1.5 million litres to 4 million...

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-..with the same amount of land.

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-Our only investment...

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-..is one shed to hold 80 cattle

-and one silage clamp.

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-The only difference

-is milking three times a day...

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-..and giving them more feed.

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-When keeping the cattle inside,

-we could increase the herd.

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-There wasn't quite enough land.

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-We've decreased the amount

-of silage that each cow eats.

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-Silage changes from day to day...

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-..from season to season,

-from year to year.

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-So that decreases the part of

-the cow's diet that would change.

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-The diet of a cow that gives

-60 litres of milk shouldn't change.

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-The lack of changes

-has improved the cows' health...

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-..and increased production.

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-I think the entire system

-works well.

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-There are two full-time and three

-part-time employees on the farm.

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-Elin, Tomos's wife, is a teacher and

-also contributes plenty to the farm.

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-Has this been an ambition for Tomos?

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-Yes, I think it's something

-he's been aiming for all his life.

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-It's recognition for the farm...

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-..for him and for the partnership.

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-It's come at a time when things

-aren't too rosy in agriculture.

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-But it's nice to receive good news.

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-In terms of the recent changes

-to the farm...

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-..milking three times a day

-and keeping more cattle...

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-..how has that changed your life?

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-It might sound ironic

-but milking three times a day...

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-..has improved

-our family's quality of life.

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-We've had to employ more staff.

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-Tomos isn't as tied to his work

-as he was.

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-One of the girls is at school.

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-He'd start milking

-when Mari came home from school.

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-Now, milking has stopped by then.

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-So he is more free now

-to spend time with us and the girls.

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-In a way,

-one of the best things he's done...

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-..is to milk three times a day.

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-For the girls...

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-..how good is this environment

-for them to grow up in?

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-They're very lucky.

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-They love being outside helping.

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-Seeing the calves.

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-They go out with Tomos

-every chance they get.

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-The family obviously

-take great pride in their stock...

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-..and what they produce.

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-They want to ensure

-they're always at the forefront.

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-The dairy industry

-is unstable at the moment.

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-I have plans, but I'm not sure

-when they'll be realized.

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-Maybe in the next year.

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-We need to change

-the way we rear the heifers.

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-We need a slicker,

-better system there.

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-The parlour's getting older.

-We'll need a new one soon.

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-I'm not sure if there'll be people

-in the parlour.

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-A year ago, I'd have said yes.

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-I'm not sure.

-Technology's changing all the time.

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-Turning to you, as proud parents...

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-..it must be nice to know that

-the future is in very safe hands...

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-..something that's been recognized

-by others in the industry.

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-It's very nice.

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-I hope that after the

-two granddaughters have grown up...

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-..they'll want to be part

-of the business.

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-You three seem very happy

-working together.

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-That's so nice to see.

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-It's not like that every day!

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-Just like every family.

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-You're not here every day!

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-I think it's an exciting industry

-to be in.

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-It's changing. It's exciting.

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-You move with the times.

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-A lot of new technology

-is coming into dairy farming.

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-It's up to you if you're going

-to use it or keep things simple.

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-I think it's a good industry

-to be in.

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-That's it for now.

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-After the break,

-we visit the Pembrokeshire Show...

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-..and we meet the young family

-who live here...

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-..Plas Coch, Tremeirchion.

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-See you in a minute.

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-Welcome back to Ffermio.

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-I've come here to St Asaph

-to meet one young family...

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-..who've bought their own farm

-and are living a dream step by step.

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-Martin Sivill

-was raised in Tremeirchion.

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-He wasn't raised on a farm...

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-..but he's always wanted

-to work in agriculture.

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-He's been working

-for other farmers for years.

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-With his wife, Gemma,

-and sons Thomas and Callum...

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-..they've just bought

-their own farm.

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-Plas Coch is a stone's throw

-from where he was raised.

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-I started off in the village

-of Tremeirchion.

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-As a small child, I helped out

-on one of the farms in the village.

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-I started

-when I was around seven or eight.

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-All I wanted to do was farm.

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-After missing a lot of school...

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-..I took a year-long course

-at Llysfasi College.

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-https://www.cambria.ac.uk/tag/llysfasi-college/

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-I worked on a lot of big farms.

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-I got a lot of good experiences

-on big farms.

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-Then I met Gemma and we decided

-to start on our own farm.

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-Do you have a farming background,

-Gemma?

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-Not at all, no.

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-My father was a doctor,

-Mum was a nurse.

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-This is all new.

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-Coming into this, here.

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-How did it start with the sheep?

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-Martin said in Glanrafon

-that we should have sheep.

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-That we should have

-our own sheep on our own land.

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-Mum said she wanted something

-that was nice to look at.

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-That was

-where the Hampshires came in.

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-A few years ago, we decided we

-wanted a breed of our own as well.

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-That's where the Blue Texels

-came in.

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-And you're hooked.

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-Yes, definitely.

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-Plas Coch is a 60-acre farm.

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-They rent an additional 70 acres.

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-They keep 400 sheep in all.

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-They're a mix of commercial

-and pedigree sheep...

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-..including Hampshire Down, Texel,

-Blue Texel and Beltex.

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-Gemma's mother, Jennifer Borsey...

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-..has won several big competitions

-with the Hampshire sheep.

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-That includes

-the Supreme Championship...

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-..at the Royal Welsh Show in 2009.

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-In addition to the sheep...

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-..they keep ten cattle

-and buy and sell calves each year.

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-In terms of the sheep, what's your

-work pattern? What do you work for?

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-We're trying to go more pedigree

-than anything else.

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-More Blue Texels

-and Beltex rams to sell.

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-That's our next step, I think.

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-We'll keep the Hampshires

-where they are.

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-There's a market to sell around five

-or six rams from them each year.

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-Blue Texels are in demand now.

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-We're going to up those

-to around 100 pedigree sheep.

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-We'll then try to sell the rams

-and sheep.

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-Why are Blue Texels

-in such demand now?

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-There are different points.

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-They're fashionable at present.

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-People want them for showing.

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-They have good points.

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-We try to use them

-to cross with the ewe lambs...

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-..because they're easy to lamb.

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-They still have a good carcass.

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-If you cross them over

-the white sheep...

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-..you get white lambs

-but with the blue gene.

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-Where do you sell the sheep?

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-The pedigree sheep are sold at big

-sales like Carlisle and Worcester.

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-The Hampshires

-only have one big sale.

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-That's Stratford or there is a place

-to sell them in Builth.

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-That's a lamb sale in Builth.

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-All of our commercial sheep

-are sold at auction.

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-What do you do with your cattle?

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-We exhibit our commercial cattle

-at winter shows and fairs.

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-That is why they are bred.

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-We go to the Show Potential shows.

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-Anything that doesn't make the cut

-is sold as store cattle.

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-They sell quite well.

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-Martin has become known as a man

-who recognizes good stock.

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-He's been invited to judge

-at shows all across the UK.

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-At 38 years old,

-he knows what's what.

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-The work is never-ending, Martin.

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-Yes, it's hard to keep

-their feet in check.

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-We try to put the sheep

-through the footbath often.

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-That keeps the feet sound.

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-And then they're straight out?

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-And then they're straight out?

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-Yes, indeed.

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-If it's wet,

-we keep them in a while.

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-What do you have here now?

-The Blue Texels first.

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-The Blue Texels went out first.

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-We want to flush embryos

-out of them.

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-We're going to implant the embryos

-in these sheep.

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-Are they Texel cross?

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-They're Texel cross Lleyn.

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-Good sheep then.

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-They're big sheep

-with plenty of milk.

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-It's easy for them

-to raise and carry twins.

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-Despite plenty of work at home,

-Martin and his wife still work.

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-Gemma is a teacher

-and Martin helps other farmers.

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-With two children,

-their lives are busy.

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-So, now,

-you have your own 60-acre farm.

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-You're renting

-an additional 70 acres.

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-You've got incredible stock.

-Are you content?

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-I wouldn't say I was content.

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-I'd like to try. Everyone wants

-to improve everything.

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-We've got good stock

-but I'd like to improve it.

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-I think when you think

-you're good enough and you stop...

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-..that's when you begin to lose.

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-I'd like

-to really improve the stock.

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-I'd like to win somewhere big

-with the Blue Texel sheep.

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-I'd love to win the Royal Welsh

-with the Blue Texels.

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-I don't know, it may not happen,

-but that would be an achievement.

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-Is it the sheep that give you

-that buzz that pushes you on?

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-Yes. The sheep and the children.

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-Seeing the children's interest

-in the sheep and cattle.

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-That gives me a buzz to carry on.

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-It's what gets me up.

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-You've been here for eight months

-now and enjoyed every minute.

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-Yes, we've enjoyed every minute.

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-All the hard work has been worth it.

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-I would say that there

-is a chance for people like me...

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-..who don't come

-from a farming background.

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-You can farm yourself.

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-If you want it as much as I did,

-there is a chance.

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-I've been lucky

-with the people of this village...

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-..and the owners of Plas Coch.

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-They've been very kind

-and they've really backed me...

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-..as have my entire family.

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-Keep trying and keep farming,

-it'll happen in the end.

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-Good luck.

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-Good luck.

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-Thanks.

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-The agricultural shows that have

-been held all across Wales...

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-..are a great chance

-to show rural life at its best.

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-Be it stock, flowers or handicrafts.

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-This week, we're visiting

-the Pembrokeshire Show...

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-http://www.pembsshow.org/

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-..with a young girl from the area.

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-Welcome to the Pembrokeshire Show.

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-I'm Angharad Edwards

-from Maenclochog.

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-I'm looking forward

-to showing you...

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-..a few things

-that make this show so special.

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-Over the years,

-many families have competed here.

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-The Thorne family, George, Ionwy

-and Non from Milford Haven...

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-..are celebrating

-a particular milestone.

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-Tell us a little

-of the history of your herd.

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-The herd started

-under my grandfather.

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-When Dad started up, he bought

-one cow from the dispersal sale.

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-He started his own herd there.

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-I have now started too.

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-I started in 2003.

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-You're celebrating

-a special milestone this year.

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-Yes, 70 years this year.

-We're still at it.

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-The Hereford cattle are still here.

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-They're becoming more popular

-as a breed every year.

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-How many do you have at the Show?

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-We've got eight this year,

-including three calves.

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-We try to support the Show.

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-This is where we see customers

-and meet up with people.

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-It's important to come

-and show what we've got here.

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-Ionwy, the Pembrokeshire Show

-is here.

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-Tell me, how long

-have you competed with the cattle?

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-Ever since I married George.

-So that's 30 years.

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-Non is following in your footsteps.

-How do you feel about that?

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-Non really

-enjoys the world of exhibiting.

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-It's really good. It's nice to see

-Non has so much interest.

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-You work as one team.

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-You have to work as a team.

-Non works full-time.

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-We're home all day. She's the one

-who does the cosmetics at the end.

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-Who's the boss?

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-Who's the boss?

-

-Non!

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-The family competed in many classes

-and the standard was high.

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-Ionwy, Non, you've got two queens

-with ribbons here. How did it go?

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-It's been exceptional.

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-It's been exceptional.

-

-We've had a great day.

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-We've won a few classes,

-the group of three and the pair.

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-It's looking promising.

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-Plenty to celebrate tonight!

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-Plenty to celebrate tonight!

-

-Not too much!

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-Who do we have here?

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-These are a cow and her calf.

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-Queen is the mother

-and this is her first calf.

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-They've done well.

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-They've done well.

-

-Yes, they have.

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-They went to the Royal Welsh

-and won a class there...

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-..so they're out again today.

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-..so they're out again today.

-

-Congratulations on a successful day.

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-On to the next 70 years!

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-We'll be here forever!

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-Good luck.

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-As well as all the animals

-at the show...

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-..there's plenty here

-to please the whole family.

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-At the food hall,

-there's plenty of choice.

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-From the meat to the sweet treats,

-there's something for everyone.

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-We've got a series of chilli jams

-which have been mixed with fruit.

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-We also have goat's cheese.

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-We have four flavours - honey,

-original, garlic and cranberry.

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-Where are you from?

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-Where are you from?

-

-We're from St Asaph, North Wales.

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-The jams are made

-at a site in Ruthin.

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-We've travelled down

-to this show in Pembrokeshire.

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-Have you been before?

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-No, this is our first time.

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-We're trying to come down

-to different shows this year.

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-We're trying to promote the brand

-across Wales...

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-..instead of just North Wales.

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-Emily and Beth from Cuckoo Mill

-Farm in Haverfordwest...

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-..this show is on your doorstep.

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-It's going really well.

-We've had a very good day.

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-We're quite famous for doing a lot

-of talking particularly at the show.

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-It's really busy around the shed.

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-How's it going?

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-It's good. A bit of a challenge

-working with Emily, but it's OK!

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-What do you have here?

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-It's home-made.

-I make it myself in Carmarthen.

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-We've got two flavours...

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-..one is whisky

-and the other is white rum.

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-I've been making the whisky

-for 17 years.

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-Dear me,

-you must be pretty good then.

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-I used to give it as a gift.

-I've turned it into a business.

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-I'm hoping for a good show.

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-Without doubt, the Pembrokeshire

-Show is a special one.

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-The industry may be facing problems

-but events like this...

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-..give the rural community

-a chance to celebrate.

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-That's it for this programme.

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-It's been a pleasure to meet

-Martin Sivill and his family...

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-..and to see quality stock.

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-They're a young, enterprising family

-full of vision.

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-Good luck to them.

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-Until next time, goodbye.

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Bydd Alun Elidyr yn cwrdd a Tomos Davies a'i deulu ar Fferm Rhydygors, Sir Gaerfyrddin. The beautiful Welsh scenery and summer events will feature in tonight's Ffermio.


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