Trains Grumbly Bush Farm, Yerbeston
, Pembrokeshire, Wales
The pig farmers attending the Italian trip were Ela Evans and Huw Roberts from Oinc Oink, Gwyniasa, Llithfaen, Pwllheli; Hugh Griffith from Traed Moch, Penrhyndyn, Rhydyclafdy, Pwllheli; Ithyl and Lynda Brown from Neuadd Fach, Baconry, Llandinam, Llanidloes; Huw Condron and Claire Price from Glanhonddu Estate, Cwrt Yr Abad, Garthbrengy, Brecon and Andy and Debbie Eastwood of Yerbeston
Gate Farm, Yerbeston
, near Cresselly, Pembrokeshire.
Stables: Grumbly Bush Farm, Yerbeston
, Kilgetty, South Pembrokeshire
The winners are Ithyl and Lynda Brown of Neuadd Fach Baconry, Llandinam; Glanhonddu Estate, owned by Huw Condron from Cwrt Yr Abad, Garthbrengy, Brecon; Poyning Farm, owned by Steve Bufton from Llanddewi, Llandrindod Wells; Yerbeston
Gate Farm, owned by Andy and Debbie Eastwood from Yerbeston
, near Cresselly, Pembrokeshire; Harmony Herd, owned by Sarah Tarbutt from Bowls Farm, Beulah, Newcastle Emlyn; Glamorgan Vale Pedigree Welsh Pigs, owned by Helen Tongue and John Flay from Lower Nex, Devauden, Chepstow; Oinc Oink, owned by Ela Evans and Huw Roberts from Gwyniasa, Llithfaen, Pwllheli; Merllyn Mochyn, owned by Ian and Sharon Henshall from Merllyn Cyffylliog, Ruthin; and Traed Moch owned by Hugh Griffith from Penrhyndyn, Rhydyclafdy, Pwllheli.
And now they are planning to expand their enterprise at Yerbeston Gate Farm Shop with a larger shop and cafe, a new cutting room and a bigger packing area for their expanding mail order business.
Yerbeston farm shop is six miles from the nearest town, but serves local residents with a village shop service, selling everything from newspapers to Welsh alcoholic drinks.
Andrew and Debbie Eastwood's Yerbeston Gate Farm Shop topped the producer category with their Welsh Black Beef Fillet Steak, sourced from their own and neighbouring Pembrokeshire farms.
True Taste Producer: Welsh Black Beef Fillet Steak, Yerbeston Gate Farm Shop, Yerbeston, Pembrokeshire
Gate Farm Shop, Kilgetty, PembrokeshireThe Fruit Garden Ltd - Wild Fig, Peterston-Super-Ely, Cardiff
A former businessman, he sold his waste disposal firm a few years ago so he would have more time to train horses at his 37-acre Yerbeston