Young farmers across rural Wales are concerned they will be forced out of a future in agriculture because of a massive rise in land prices.
The increase is a boost for those looking to retire and sell their land - but it means a fresh threat for younger farmers and potentially higher prices for all of us as we pay for our food.
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