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Mon, 22 Feb 2016

Bydd Alun yng nghanol y gwartheg yn Sioe Botensial Rhuthun yn dilyn yr arddangos a'r arwerthiant. Alun will be among the cattle at the Ruthin Potential Show.


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-Hello and welcome.

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-We're at the Potentials Show

-at Ruthin Market.

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-The cattle sold here today will

-be seen up and down the country...

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-..at shows throughout the year.

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-There's pressure on the buyers

-to choose their purchases carefully.

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-We'll see how things go in the show

-and at the sale later.

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-Daloni will be visiting

-Dylan Roberts...

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-..who has developed a flourishing

-business in Llansannan.

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-Cattle from all parts of

-Wales are being shown here today.

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-Last week, Meinir met a young couple

-from Carmarthenshire...

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-..as they prepared their cattle for

-a 125-mile journey to be here today.

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-This is the tenth year

-I've competed in Ruthin.

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-In our first year,

-in 2006, we were very lucky.

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-The people are very friendly

-and are always happy to see us.

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-It draws us back every year.

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-This will be our first time as

-a family at the auction in Ruthin.

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-It's a long journey,

-but we're looking forward to it.

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-We're hoping for the best

-on the day.

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-Dafydd and his parents,

-Mansel and Maureen...

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-..live at Pentwyn Farm,

-Cwrtycadno, Pumsaint.

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-In recent years, Dafydd has made

-a name for himself...

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-..and is an acknowledged expert

-at raising high quality stock.

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-He has twice won

-the Supreme Championship...

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-..at the Royal Welsh Winter Fair

-with his Beltex lambs.

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-Last week, his Limousin cross

-heifer, Maybe This Time...

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-..reached the top at the

-Show Potential Cattle in Brecon.

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-She sold for 7,200, an incredible

-price for a nine-month-old heifer.

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-It's a record for the auction.

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-But there's no rest for Dafydd.

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-He's preparing to take four cattle

-to the Ruthin Show Potentials sale.

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-Congratulations.

-Are you still in shock?

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-I can't believe

-what happened last Saturday.

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-It was a very special moment.

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-It's something that only happens

-to you once.

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-I feel very lucky that we got

-a good price and won on the day.

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-The buyers, Colin and Annie,

-have bought from you before.

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-Yes, they bought from us back

-in 2013.

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-We won the reserve championship

-on that day with Black Mist.

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-Colin and Annie bought her from us.

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-The heifer went on to win at

-the Winter Fair later in the year.

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-We were very proud.

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-We like to think that our calves

-progress to new owners...

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-..and go on to win.

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-How do the cattle going to Ruthin

-compare with those in Brecon?

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-It's hard to say.

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-They're different calves and

-it's another day with another judge.

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-We're very happy with them.

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-We have a young steer

-sired by a Blue.

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-He's very smart with a nice coat.

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-He's smart when he's primped up.

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-The heifer is a good size.

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-She has some width in her plates.

-She's very sweet.

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-Who knows? We might be lucky and

-get good prices and we'll be happy.

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-Your family have had

-a lot of success.

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-How do you keep this up,

-winning time after time?

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-It's very hard to keep it up

-year on year.

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-We only have a herd

-of thirty cattle.

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-Getting the calves is difficult.

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-But we are very proud of

-our consistency year on year.

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-We either win or get the highest

-price or a really good price.

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-We're very proud of that.

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-It's hard to do and there's a lot of

-work to be done with these calves...

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-..and also with the Christmas lambs,

-but I enjoy it.

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-You have obviously perfected

-this job.

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-What is the most important element

-of a calf or cattle?

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-I like a calf that catches my eye.

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-It needs plenty of width

-and to walk well.

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-Those are the three most important

-things in my view.

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-In the shadow of Llyn y Fan Fach

-in Llanddeusant...

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-..lives Caryl Howells,

-Dafydd's girlfriend.

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-Her family are well known

-in exhibiting circles.

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-This is her first time with a heifer

-at the Ruthin Show Potentials.

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-Tell us about this special heifer.

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-She had quite a pull when we were

-calving her.

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-She went down and I remember getting

-her to her feet.

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-I remember thinking she was a good

-one and telling my grandfather...

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-..and mother

-that we need to look after her.

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-What was so special about her?

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-I just think she looks good.

-She's got good depth for her age.

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-She'll be the youngest

-one there on Saturday.

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-She was born in mid September.

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-She's pretty and she catches

-the eye. We're hoping for the best.

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-What about all the hard work

-that needs to be done?

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-You have to care for the animals

-from the first day.

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-Your time goes on leading her...

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-..teaching her how to walk,

-washing her, clipping her.

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-You have to feed her.

-Care starts from the very first day.

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-This is a unique sale.

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-Yes, it's not like a store market.

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-Those have been reared for years

-and are ready for Christmas.

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-The cattle are sold to people

-who enjoy exhibiting them...

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-..through the summer and winter.

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-They're sold for money that nobody

-in the business can turn down.

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-They get sold for good money.

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-What are your hopes for Saturday?

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-I'm hoping she sells well.

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-We got a good price

-in Brecon on Saturday.

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-We sold a heifer for 3,200.

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-If we get a price that good,

-we'll be more than happy.

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-Whatever happens in the show

-will be a bonus.

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-Wendy, you've been producing high

-quality stock here for years.

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-That's the intention.

-It hasn't been easy.

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-When we get something nice,

-it pays to look after it.

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-It's a bonus.

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-We've looked after Black Beauty.

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-Hopefully,

-she'll look after us on Saturday.

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-How does she compare to the stock

-produced here before.

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-I'm very happy with her.

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-She's the right size

-at the right age.

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-I'm very happy with her.

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-She's one of the best

-we've produced here.

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-What's the secret to producing

-quality stock year on year?

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-Pot luck!

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-No, it takes years of breeding.

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-You need to have good blood

-in the herd.

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-It doesn't come easy.

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-They wear your patience

-thin sometimes.

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-You try to keep the faith.

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-When something like this turns up

-it raises the spirit.

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-It doesn't happen often.

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-It doesn't happen often.

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-Oh, no.

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-You get something of this quality

-once in a lifetime.

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-I don't know how long we'll keep

-it going. We'll hope for the best.

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-With the big day on the horizon,

-what are their hopes?

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-Before a show or sale like this,

-do you get nervous?

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-Yes. Yes, I do.

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-It's impossible

-to describe the feeling.

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-You've tried your best and poured

-years of your life into them.

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-It's all then down

-to that minute and moment.

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-You and Dafydd are off to Ruthin.

-Who will do best?

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-As I've said,

-my mother and grandfather...

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-..have spent years rearing cattle.

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-I've come in

-and started helping them now.

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-It's nice to have a little

-competition between the two of us.

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-We'll both do our best.

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-We've both had

-the best possible upbringing.

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-I've had my parents,

-Caryl's had her mum and grandfather.

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-We've both been very lucky.

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-I got to clip Caryl's heifer

-yesterday.

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-I have to say,

-she's a very nice heifer.

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-To be honest, I've seen her a lot

-since she was born.

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-She's a very special heifer.

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-She's sweet, showy,

-a great colour and very wide.

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-I've got a feeling

-it'll be Caryl's day on Saturday.

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-Welcome back to Ruthin market.

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-The young pair are here and more

-importantly, so are their cattle!

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-What time did you both get up?

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-The alarm clock went

-at 2.00am this morning.

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-It was a busy morning making sure

-everything was ready...

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-..before setting off.

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-Did everyone come up together?

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-Yes, there were three of us in all,

-the pair of us and my Uncle Garry.

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-We've got eight cattle with us.

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-I think we closed the stable

-at 3.00am.

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-It's quite a journey.

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-It's quite a journey.

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-Three and a half hours.

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-Have the cattle travelled well?

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-Have the cattle travelled well?

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-They've settled incredibly well.

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-They look very comfortable.

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-Have you had a chance

-to eye up the competition?

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-No, we've got them off the tail

-board, brushed and blow dried them.

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-We've had no time to run around.

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-Dafydd, I hear that blowers

-are your lucky charm.

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-I remember my first year

-up here in 2006.

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-Dad told me if I got a thousand

-pounds, he'd buy me a blower.

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-We won the steer section.

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-It went on to sell for 1600.

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-I got the blower after that

-and I've still got it.

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-You've helped Caryl prepare.

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-It's your first time, Caryl.

-Are you nervous?

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-Yes I'm very nervous.

-I hope the heifer behaves.

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-I hope we have some luck.

-I'll be happy whatever the result.

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-We wish you well and look forward

-to the results.

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-After a busy morning

-of competitions...

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-..the Steer championship went to

-DJ Lloyd and Company from Caersws.

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-Dafydd won the Reserve Championship.

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-In the Heifer class,

-it was Caryl's day.

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-Black Beauty, the heifer, won her

-class and was crowned Show Champion.

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-Congratulations, Caryl and Wendy.

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-How important was it to have your

-mother close by just now?

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-It was very important.

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-I've learned a lot from my mother,

-well, everything really.

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-If it wasn't for her,

-I wouldn't be here today.

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-The atmosphere in the ring was

-incredible.

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-You could hear a pin drop.

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-You could hear a pin drop.

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-That made me nervous.

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-I'm very pleased.

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-Your exhibiting style is brilliant.

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-You stood back as much as possible

-to show her at her best.

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-How do you think she behaved?

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-She behaved brilliantly.

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-I never thought she'd be like this.

-She's been fantastic.

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-You'll have to let her go

-at the end of the day.

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-That will be the hardest part,

-letting her go.

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-I think a lot about the heifer

-everyday. I'll miss her.

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-She'll work best

-for whoever buys her.

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-Many congratulations.

-We're very happy for you.

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-That's it for this part.

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-Time for a break

-and a cuppa for you and me.

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-We'll see how much money

-returns to Carmarthenshire later on.

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-Daloni has been

-to meet a craftsman...

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-..who can twist metal

-around his little finger.

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-There's plenty still to come

-in part two.

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-Welcome back to Ruthin mart...

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-..where the atmosphere is electric

-and the prices are even better.

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-Next, we catch up with Daloni.

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-This week,

-she met a skilled businessman.

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-He started out carrying welding

-equipment in the back of a Mini...

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-..but you won't believe

-how far he has moved on.

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-Dylan Roberts was 20 years old when

-he set up his metalwork business.

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-He began in a small garage

-on the family farm in Llansannan.

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-Since then, the business has grown

-and now employs 25 local workers.

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-I started in 1984,

-when I was 20 years old.

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-It's grown from there.

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-We're on the family farm,

-Pencraig Fawr.

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-That's right.

-This was a field when we started.

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-I started off working at home,

-in a small shed on the farmyard.

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-We put up the building

-that you see in the middle here.

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-That was our first shed.

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-As we've grown, we've added more

-and more since then.

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-In addition to sheds, the company

-makes all kinds of equipment...

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-..and parts for repairing machinery.

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-When I started, my main work

-was going around farms...

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-..repairing and welding

-broken equipment inside sheds.

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-Doors, feeding barriers and so on.

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-I drove around in a Mini.

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-I took the front seat out

-to fit the welder in.

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-That lasted me for a while.

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-After that, I bought a pickup

-to carry my stuff.

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-That's how I started.

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-After a while, people started

-bringing things to you to be fixed.

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-That's right.

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-It meant we were able to have

-someone looking after things here...

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-..and one of us

-could go out to carry out repairs.

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-We were very busy at harvest time,

-going out to repair things.

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-That was seven days a week, in fact.

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-That's how it was.

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-We've expanded quite slowly.

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-It's been a slow process...

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-..but a very safe one.

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-I haven't taken any big risks.

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-That's why it's taken so long

-to reach this point.

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-I don't think I've let anyone down.

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-I try to give everybody

-value for money.

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-As far as the industry is concerned,

-how have things changed?

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-We've had to expand...

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-..by moving into different

-industries, to be honest.

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-We do work for factories.

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-We also do work

-not connected to agriculture now.

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-We erect industrial sheds

-and buildings...

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-..and we also go to quarries

-and similar places...

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-..to repair and to weld.

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-We now do some engineering as well,

-which we didn't do when we started.

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-That's what these machines are for.

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-We can turn metal

-and do work like that.

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-There's a pleasant atmosphere here.

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-Everyone in the office speaks Welsh.

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-What exactly do you do?

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-I work with Eirian...

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-..and we do the accounts.

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-I do the wages.

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-I also answer the phone.

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-In Welsh?

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-Yes, I try.

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-I'm sure that people

-love to hear your Mexican accent.

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-Sometimes, they say...

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-I'm not sure if they understand me.

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-They ask someone else here

-where I come from...

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-..because I don't sound...

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-..Welsh.

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-The company covers a wide area,

-across the whole of North Wales.

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-This is Croenllwm Farm, Llanefydd.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-This is some shed!

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-It is.

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-This is one of our latest sheds.

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-It's to house dairy cattle.

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-It has a fibre cement roof.

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-As you can see, gaps in the sheets

-provide proper ventilation.

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-That's quite a modern system.

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-How big is it?

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-Um, I'm not sure.

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-I think it's 60 feet wide.

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-There are 18 bays,

-and each bay is 15 feet.

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-It's big, we can say that.

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-It's big, we can say that.

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-Yes, quite big.

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-Do farmers tend to bring plans

-to you and ask for that shed?

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-Or do they tell you

-the kind of shed they want?

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-We erect buildings where the client

-brings the complete plans to us...

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-..and we can also advise

-and draw up our own plans.

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-We also cover the planning process,

-from start to finish.

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-During his rare breaks from work,

-Dylan loves collecting vehicles.

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-Look what I've found

-in one of the sheds!

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-This is very, very nice, Dylan!

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-Do you like it?

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-I really like it.

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-Tell me about this Land Rover.

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-This is what's known

-as the Heritage Edition.

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-It's one of 150 identical models...

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-..that came off the line

-when production ended recently.

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-So, is this your hobby?

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-Well, I don't know.

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-I like machines and had thought

-about buying a new Land Rover...

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-..to replace the old one.

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-But when I saw this,

-I didn't feel like using it...

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-..so I've kept the old one!

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-What next, Dylan?

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-What next, Dylan?

-

-Well, um, I don't know.

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-I've never been one

-who plans ahead much.

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-But I'm really glad

-to have had local support...

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-..to enable me to run

-and build up a rural business...

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-..and to employ the people I do,

-to be honest.

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-Back here at Ruthin mart,

-the champion is in the selling ring.

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-She looks superb, to be honest.

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-In front of a packed crowd...

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-..the champion was sold

-for an event record price of 7,900.

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-The buyer was Elfed Williams

-from Sennybridge.

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-He went on to buy the champion steer

-as well, for another 6,000.

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-It was Dafydd's turn next.

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-The British Blue steer

-sold for 4,300.

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-It has been an incredible day,

-a day I'll never forget.

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-It'll stay in my mind

-for years to come.

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-What's your ambition,

-with regard to the cattle?

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-I'd hope to see them again

-at the summer and Christmas shows.

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-The buyers have put their faith

-in our animals...

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-..and paid a lot for them.

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-I hope they get the same success

-and luck that we've had with them.

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-Is there any reason why you didn't

-keep them and exhibit them yourself?

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-These buyers are professionals,

-and that's what they do.

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-Buy them, fatten them

-and turn them out.

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-We're farmers

-who rear them and sell them on.

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-They take them that final step.

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-After a full day

-of exhibiting and selling...

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-..someone else who's happy

-is the auctioneer, Glyn Owens.

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-It's been a very good day.

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-It was a fine sale with fine cattle.

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-I hope everyone

-is going home happy...

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-..both as sellers and buyers,

-having got what they wanted.

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-As for the prices,

-I'd say it was a good average.

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-It's the best average we've had.

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-The average price for heifers

-was around 2,400.

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-The overall average

-is well above 2,000.

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-It's certainly the best we've had.

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-For a show potentials sale, I'd say

-it was one of the best anywhere.

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-We're proud of that.

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-Elfed Williams, who's a supporter...

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-..paid 7,900 for the champion

-and 6,000 for the reserve champion.

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-I hope they bring him success

-over the summer and winter.

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-That's all for this week.

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-We've certainly seen some stars

-of the future here at Ruthin...

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-..both animals and farmers.

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-It's a big year

-for us here in Wales...

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-..with May's Assembly elections...

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-..and the European referendum

-on 23 June.

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-Over the coming weeks on Ffermio...

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-..we'll look at the implications

-of staying in or leaving Europe...

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-..for the agriculture industry.

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-But for now,

-from me and the Ffermio team...

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-..thank you for joining us

-and goodbye to you all.

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Bydd Alun yng nghanol y gwartheg yn Sioe Botensial Rhuthun yn dilyn yr arddangos a'r arwerthiant. Alun will be among the cattle at the Ruthin Potential Show.


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