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Alpaca wool proves a hit for farm


Unusual animals are helping boost the fortunes of a Monmouthshire farm.

Leigh and Frank Strawford have a flock of fifteen alpacas at Wernddu Organics, Pen-y-Clawdd.

The fleece of the South American creatures is turned into hats, scarves, socks, yarn and other products by a local designer and a knitter.

Interview by Jamie Owen and Louise Elliott of BBC Radio Wales.


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