Mon, 31 Oct 2016 Ffermio


Mon, 31 Oct 2016

Bydd Meinir yn ymweld a Sioe Laeth Cymru yng Nghaerfyrddin ac yn holi'r mudiadau ynglyn a sefyllfa'r diwydiant amaeth ar hyn o bryd. Meinir is at the Welsh Dairy Show in Carmart...


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-Hello and a warm welcome to Ffermio.

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-We're at the Welsh Dairy Show

-on the showground in Nantyci...

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-..on the outskirts of Carmarthen.

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-This is a chance to discuss

-the future of the dairy sector...

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-..and also to celebrate it.

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-In addition,

-there's the show itself.

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-We'll find out later who is crowned

-queen of the dairy cattle.

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-Alun will be

-in the Colwyn Bay area...

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-..to see how the council and local

-food producers are working together.

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-We'll have the third question

-in our competition.

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-This is one of the last shows

-of the season for dairy cattle.

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-With many cattle already inside

-in preparation for winter...

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-..it's great to leave

-the farm paperwork behind and relax.

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-But preparing cattle to show here

-is hard work.

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-Daloni tells us more.

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-Rhosygadair Fawr Farm

-in Blaenannerch, Cardigan...

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-..is home to

-Phillip and Lorenza Reed...

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-..and their children

-Steffan, Rebecca and Sion.

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-The family has kept a dairy herd

-for twelve years.

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-Over 300 cows

-are now milked in their parlour.

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-Most are Ayrshire cattle, but there

-are some Holsteins in the herd.

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-The first herd I bought was from

-Castlemartin in Pembrokeshire...

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-..the Gupton herd.

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-We'd had them for 18 months when

-the Ayrshire Society telephoned...

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-..to discuss the Queen's herd,

-the Windsor herd.

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-I told them I'd buy ten or a dozen.

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-That was all I needed.

-Our buildings were already full.

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-They said, "They have to go

-in one package, 180-odd of them".

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-I spoke to a dealer friend of mine.

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-He said, "Bid low. They'll sell

-them, they've got no money worries".

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-We both went up.

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-Lorenza was furious

-that I was thinking of buying them.

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-I said I'd just go and see them.

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-I went and I put in a bid.

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-Soon after, I took the family

-to Center Parcs.

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-I said to Lorenza,

-"We'll do a little detour.

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-"You can go to Windsor

-to see the cows."

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-It wasn't a little detour - it was

-a three or four-hour detour.

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-As we were being shown the herd,

-the Duke appeared.

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-He came over to speak to us.

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-He said "You've got the Queen's

-consent. The cows are yours."

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-Lorenza's jaw hit the floor!

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-She didn't know I'd bid for them.

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-That's how I ended up

-with the Queen's herd.

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-When they came we were full.

-We had to build another shed.

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-They're good cattle, fair play.

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-I hope she'll come

-and buy some back from me.

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-I'll charge her more

-than I paid for them.

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-I want something that lasts and

-that's certainly true of Ayrshires.

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-They don't produce

-as much as Holsteins...

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-..but Ayrshire cows are high quality

-and they last.

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-They have good feet, they calve well

-and they produce quality milk.

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-They tick all the boxes for us.

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-Although the family has only milked

-for a relatively short time...

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-..they have faced challenges.

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-The two main problems

-milk producers face...

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-..are the volatile price of milk

-which goes up and down so much...

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-..and staff.

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-Good staff are in short supply.

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-As regards the price of milk...

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-..I would prefer the company

-receiving the milk to say...

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-.."You can produce X litres per day"

-and stick to that.

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-The milk company would know how

-much milk was coming in each day...

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-..and they could market it better.

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-A fluctuating price

-doesn't benefit anyone.

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-The trouble is that farmers

-are their own worst enemies.

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-If the price of milk goes up,

-what do we do?

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-We think "The price is good,

-we'll milk more".

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-Then there's too much milk

-and the price falls.

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-It's the same with everything.

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-If too much of a product

-is available, the price drops.

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-If it's in short supply,

-the price rises.

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-It's not rocket science!

-We're our own worst enemies.

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-Phil is proud

-of his Ayrshire cattle...

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-..and enjoys taking them

-from show to show.

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-Before every show, there's

-preparation work to be done.

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-We're taking one second-calver,

-to make things easier.

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-They say it's like a shop window.

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-If someone is looking to buy

-Ayrshire cattle...

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-..they can come to the stand

-or stalls...

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-..and talk to the owners

-of the cattle that take their fancy.

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-It is a good place

-to advertise your stock.

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-She doesn't get

-any special treatment.

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-She's in with the rest of the herd.

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-All that happens is we wash her

-a few days before the show.

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-That's all the pampering she gets

-- a shampoo and a shave.

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-The dairy herd takes up most

-of the time at Rhosygadair Fawr...

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-..but the farm

-is also home to many other animals.

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-It's nice for us and the staff...

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-..to see something other than

-a dairy cow occasionally...

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-..be it a sheep, a pig,

-a chicken, a goose or a duck.

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-It gives you a break.

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-Every animal

-has a different nature.

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-Watching these pigs running around

-is interesting.

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-It helps pass the time of day.

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-We always rear turkeys

-for Christmas.

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-We keep a dozen to fifteen

-for the family and relatives.

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-Sion went to a sale in Synod Inn...

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-..and he came back with seven

-black turkeys, two pheasants...

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-..and two peacocks.

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-He's into poultry.

-I liked birds when I was young.

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-I used to keep budgies.

-Budgies of all things!

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-Sion looks like he might be

-a chip off the old block.

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-I don't know how the black turkeys

-will turn out at Christmas.

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-They won't have breasts,

-they're all legs.

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-They run around the yard

-like Usain Bolt.

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-There's not much meat on them,

-just like him!

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-With all these animals,

-there's plenty of work on the farm.

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-Along with Phillip and Lorenza

-and two full-time workers...

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-..all the children are involved

-and have their own responsibilities.

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-I like the dairy cattle.

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-Steffan likes working

-on the tractors and the land.

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-Sion works with the sheep

-and the store lambs.

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-I do the sheep and the poultry.

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-Dad buys them and I look after them.

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-I studied agricultural engineering

-at Harper Adams for four years.

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-I've just graduated and returned

-here to look after the machinery...

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-..to make sure everything

-keeps running smoothly.

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-The Welsh Dairy Show

-is Phillip's final show of the year.

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-What are the hopes?

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-I'm looking forward

-to meeting up with my pals.

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-I don't want to make predictions

-because it'll all go wrong.

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-Every time I claim

-to have a good heifer...

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-..she ends up bottom of her class.

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-I'll just say

-that she should do well.

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-No more than that.

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-I'm hoping for a red rosette,

-if not more.

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-A chance for a break, finally?

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-My feet are pretty tired.

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-How did it go?

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-It went OK, I think.

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-She's such a big heifer,

-she'll either be first or last.

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-The judge today is a nice lad.

-I've nothing against him.

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-He told me she was carrying

-too much weight in the brisket area.

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-He likes the Ayrshire breed

-to be more compact and smaller.

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-Maybe he's got

-smaller cubicles at home.

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-If everyone knew who was going

-to win, you wouldn't have a show.

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-You learn to win and lose.

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-Next time, it could be my turn.

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-Big celebrations then.

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-More than tonight, certainly.

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-How do you benefit from showing?

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-Not at all. It's a hobby.

-Every hobby involves spending money.

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-But you do make new friends and

-sometimes the odd farmer comes up...

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-..and asks

-if you have any animals for sale.

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-In the Royal Welsh this year,

-I was approached by two farmers.

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-One wanted to buy dairy cows.

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-That was a no-go because

-I wanted milk in the tank.

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-The other one wanted

-in-calf heifers...

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-..and I sold him 16

-just after the Royal Welsh.

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-Tidy.

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-Tidy.

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-It's an important shop window.

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-He asked for more today.

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-Don't tell the wife. She'll want

-to sell him even more of them.

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-That's the point

-of bringing animals to a show.

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-The public also like to see them.

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-Oh, yes. Without the cattle

-there'd be no show.

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-That's it for part one.

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-Stay with us for the announcement

-of the show's supreme champion.

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-Alun will be in Colwyn Bay looking

-at a ground-breaking new scheme.

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-See you in two minutes.

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-Welcome back

-to Wales' main dairy show.

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-The competing is in full swing.

-The cattle are resplendent.

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-But there's more to this show

-than just the competing.

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-There's something here

-for everybody.

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-As this year's show

-is being held during half-term...

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-..the committee held a competition

-for local children...

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-..to advertise the event.

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-The winners were given their prizes

-in the ring.

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-Over the last two years, dairy

-farmers have seen a huge fall...

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-..in the price they receive

-for milk.

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-There is hope, with prices rising

-gradually over the last few months.

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-What is the outlook for the future?

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-How are things looking at the moment

-in the industry?

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-Things are looking promising.

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-The reason is that the milk supply

-has fallen, so there's a shortage.

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-When the processors

-have seen a shortage...

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-..they have increased prices

-to try and ensure a greater supply.

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-What about

-the weakness of the pound?

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-That's the second factor

-that's helped the market.

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-Following the June referendum,

-the pound has weakened.

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-A weak pound always helps farmers.

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-Now we can foresee a situation

-when there'll be more money...

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-..coming into bank accounts.

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-It's extremely important

-farmers think carefully...

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-..what use to make of that money.

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-Are there bills

-that need to be paid?

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-They could make bigger repayments

-on bank loans.

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-There might be plans

-to invest more in the farm.

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-They need to plan carefully

-how to use the money that comes in.

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-Throughout the world,

-demand is rising...

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-..about two per cent a year.

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-That hasn't changed much recently...

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-..so that's a good start.

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-One of the big problems

-over the last two or three years...

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-..is overproduction.

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-There's too much milk

-compared with the demand.

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-As we know, and as we always

-hear in the media...

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-..butter has more than doubled,

-cream has almost trebled...

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-..and cheese has doubled in price.

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-That's more than 1,000 a tonne...

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-..while some farmers have been

-getting two or three pence extra...

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-..for the last three months.

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-The price for our product

-has been rising for several months.

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-We'll be very lucky if we're on

-25 pence by the end of the year.

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-Lots of people thought

-we'd be hitting that now.

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-If you look at the markets...

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-..the market has turned round

-since the start of the summer.

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-The prices

-are only starting to rise now.

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-We see that the amount

-coming to Welsh dairy farmers...

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-..is about

-6.7 million a month short.

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-The market is lagging far behind.

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-The number of markets and shops

-selling local produce...

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-..is increasing in Wales.

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-Conwy Council

-have seen an opportunity...

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-..to promote local companies

-by opening a shop in Colwyn Bay.

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-Alun has the story.

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-You only need to pop

-to a supermarket...

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-..to see how international

-the food market is.

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-But these days, there's a growing

-emphasis on sustainability...

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-..and fresh, local,

-seasonal produce.

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-At Naturally Conwy Produce Market,

-almost everything on sale...

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-..is grown within 20 miles

-of this site.

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-I'm looking forward to finding

-something tasty to have...

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-..with a cuppa back at Cae Coch.

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-This trial venture is being run

-by local producers...

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-..and Conwy County Council

-to promote local produce.

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-The idea came following discussions

-at the Conwy Food Forum last June.

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-Rhys Evans is the council official

-with the task of launching it.

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-The idea came about

-because of a chat we had...

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-..with the Cywain Group

-and Communities First.

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-Communities First own the shop

-and the space became available.

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-We pounced on the opportunity

-to take over.

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-How have the customers reacted

-to the products on offer?

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-It's very promising.

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-We've been here

-for seven or eight weeks...

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-..and it's great to see so many

-coming back week after week.

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-They love the produce

-we have for sale here.

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-What is also pleasing is the number

-of people coming in here...

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-..to practise their Welsh.

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-You've put producers

-face to face here.

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-It could have been a case of

-competition rather than cooperation.

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-I'm glad to say it's cooperation.

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-Producers are

-selling each others' products.

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-They are happy to recount

-the background of the products.

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-People like to hear that background.

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-It really is working here.

-We're very lucky.

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-As part of the deal,

-we agreed to invite...

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-..local restaurant

-and hotel owners into the shop.

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-We do three events over the four

-months to meet the producers...

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-..so these foods can be tasted.

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-The hope is that more local produce

-from Conwy will end up on the menus.

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-One Conwy company that has become

-very successful is Siwgr a Sbeis.

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-They've won a lot

-of food industry awards.

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-They claimed a True Taste gold

-award for their tasty cakes.

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-The company is run by two friends,

-Rhian Owen and Rhian Williams.

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-Why does Siwgr a Sbeis

-want to be a part of this project?

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-All the food companies in Conwy

-need to support each other.

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-We've been established

-for quite a while now.

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-There are much

-younger companies around...

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-..but we also wanted to see

-how this would work.

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-What are you offering? You've

-had to decide what to sell here.

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-We have picked some old favourites.

-People know about our Eccles cakes.

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-We've won awards for our flapjacks.

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-These meringues are new from us.

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-The Christmas puddings...

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-..started going out to the shops

-a couple of weeks ago.

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-Our puddings are well-known.

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-How has it gone since this shop

-opened up in September?

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-We've seen an increase

-in the people coming here.

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-Everything made in Conwy

-has a little story attached to it.

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-We like knowing

-the origins of our food.

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-With 14 different suppliers,

-this shop has a wide range of stock.

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-Conwy Brewery started in Conwy

-in 2003. It's 13 years old by now.

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-How much beer do you sell in a year?

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-About one million pints of beer.

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-Wow! And you cooperate

-with other brewers.

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-In the beer business,

-we're all friends.

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-We work with Great Orme Brewery

-and Wild Horse Brewing Company.

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-We've worked with other breweries

-like Nant Brewery from Llanrwst...

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-..Purple Moose in Porthmadog

-and the Great Orme Brewery.

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-By now, 700 customers have

-bought produce from the shop.

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-The prospects for the future

-are very promising.

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-It's nearly Christmas.

-What's the future of this shop?

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-We're here

-until the start of January.

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-Then the shop is empty again...

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-..and it's a chance

-for someone else to step up...

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-..and launch their idea

-for a business.

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-This could be the perfect platform

-for producers.

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-If they have new lines they want

-to introduce, they can do so here.

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-I've just spoken to someone with

-elderflower gin they've just made.

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-They wanted to sell it in the shop.

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-Last week we had some pumpkin beer

-launched for the first time...

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-..to coincide

-with the time of year, of course.

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-This is a platform for launching

-new lines and new flavours.

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-It's the place to discover if

-customers exist for those products.

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-Here's one very happy customer.

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-From the reaction in there...

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-..the producers and customers

-both think this scheme is a success.

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-Local food. A great story.

-What could be better?

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-Here's your chance to win a trailer.

-Here's the third question.

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-Once again, we have

-three very special prizes.

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-They are 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 third question.

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-The Welsh wizard associated

-with the town of Carmarthen.

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-The details and rules of

-the competition are on our website.

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-You'll get the fourth question

-next week.

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-After all the preparations

-and six hours of competition...

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-..we've reached

-the climax of the show.

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-The Supreme Championship.

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-Six breeds are involved

-in the battle of the champions.

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-The marks are announced as the cow

-passes in front of the crowd.

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-This year's Supreme Champion

-is Moorshard Dude Paradise...

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-..owned by Richard and Bethan Thomas

-and Family, Llandyfaelog.

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-Fantastic. Well done.

0:21:550:21:58

-How were the nerves?

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-They were pretty bad.

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-You were last into the ring.

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-Yes, last in,

-and it's nice to get it.

0:22:040:22:06

-It was bad enough three weeks ago.

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-Winning so close to home is special.

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-It's your first win here.

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-The first time we've had the

-champion, never mind the Supreme.

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-The nerves are showing

-with the sweat running.

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-I've lost a bit of weight, I think.

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-You must be delighted,

-being the father.

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-So pleased for them.

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-You've been at it for a while.

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-You've been at it for a while.

-

-Since this show started.

0:22:290:22:30

-We'd won a few first prizes but this

-is our first Holstein champion...

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-...and our first

-Supreme Championship.

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-What does that feel like?

0:22:380:22:40

-It's beyond belief.

0:22:400:22:43

-Tell me about the cow.

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-She's a second-calver.

-She had her second calf in July.

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-She produces 50 kilos of milk daily.

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-We hope she'll calve again

-and compete again next year.

0:22:540:22:57

-She looks good

-but she milks well too.

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-She fills the tank.

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-She fills the tank.

-

-That's what fills the pocket.

0:23:010:23:03

-We do spoil her

-but she looks after us too.

0:23:040:23:06

-Congratulations to you as a family.

0:23:060:23:08

-It's good to see the prize

-going back to Carmarthenshire.

0:23:080:23:11

-Thank you.

0:23:120:23:13

-That's all from this show.

0:23:200:23:21

-We've had a great day

-at the Welsh Milk Show.

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-Dude Paradise from Llandyfaelog

-is the ultimate star.

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-Until next time,

-thanks for your company.

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-Goodbye.

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Bydd Meinir yn ymweld a Sioe Laeth Cymru yng Nghaerfyrddin ac yn holi'r mudiadau ynglyn a sefyllfa'r diwydiant amaeth ar hyn o bryd. Meinir is at the Welsh Dairy Show in Carmarthen.


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