Wales can set its own wages for farmworkers - that's the ruling of the Supreme Court today.
The Bill, which gives the Welsh Government the power to set minimum salaries and benefits was originally passed - but was halted by the Attorney General.
However the move has divided farming unions, as Kevin Ashford reports.
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