Two brothers who farm more than a thousand sheep near Llanidloes in Powys will be giving athletes and visitors to this summer's Olympic Games a taste of Wales.
Hugh and Richard Tudor are just two of the seven and a half thousand Welsh farmers who belong to the British Red Tractor scheme.
That means their meat meets quality and welfare standards. But they are two of just a few from Wales chosen to supply their lamb for London 2012.
More than a hundred tonnes of meat will be served up during the course of the Games to 24,000 athletes and nine million visitors.
As well as being good for business, the Tudor brothers say the emphasis on strong British produce at the Olympics highlights how important Britain's farming industry is to the rest of the world.