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Supporting the needs of British farmers since 1918 Offers valid from 1st June - 31st July 2021


FUELS Keep the fire burning this summer, whether you’re planning a barbecue or outdoor gathering, or perhaps you require logs for your on-farm glamping or holiday accommodation. Wynnstay continue to offer a comprehensive range of fuels throughout the year.

Kiln Dried Hardwood Birch Logs Bag

ONLY .99


per bag

Comfort Woodfuels Briquettes 12 Pack



ONLY .99


Kiln dried for maximum heat output

Easy to light

Low sparking and spitting

Long-lasting burn time

Made from 100% virgin wood

Clean and easy to handle

per pack

Wynnstay Premium Smokeless Homeflame Briquettes 20kg


WAS £8.99

NOW .49


Designed for open fires, room heaters and multi-fuel stoves

HETAS approved

High heat output

Easy to light and control

CUSTOMER NOTICE Please be aware that as part of the Government’s Clean Air Strategy, new legislation came into force on 1st May 2021 banning the sale of pre-packed house coal and wet wood in England. These changes mean: •

Selling traditional bagged house coal and wet wood in small units (less than 2m3) is now unlawful

Wet wood in volumes greater than 2m3 must be sold with advice on how to dry it before burning

Makers of solid fuels need to show they have a very low sulphur content and only emit a small amount of smoke

What is wet wood?


Wet - also known as green or unseasoned wood - is often sold in nets and can be cheaper to buy. It contains moisture which, when burned, creates more smoke and harmful particles of air pollution (PM2.5) than dry wood. Wet wood can also damage chimneys much more, by allowing tar and soot to build up. Wynnstay already supply a variety of wood products which are kiln dried and have an extremely low moisture content. We also supply a low sulphur, smokeless alternative to house coal. This new legislation applies to England only. wynnstay.co.uk

All prices exclude VAT


HARDWARE Stokbord® Recycled Plastic Sheeting

Land Drainage Coils 10m

81504, 81506, 81508

47464, 54895, 56426, 56427, 73011, 81830, 81831, 81832

Perforated land drainage coils

Single wall corrugated pipe

Made from high quality recycled HDPE


Prices from


Great for livestock housing, handling systems, floor and wall cladding

100% recycled material

Non-toxic and chew resistant Available in 8x4’ and 10x5’ sheets

Harlequin Fuel Tank 1,400L and 2,500L

62981, 62982

WAS £1,300



Fully bunded

56L/min 240 volt fuel pump

WAS £1,550

4m length; 1” delivery hose


Auto shut-off nozzle

2” BSP fill point




4” lockable inspection port 1610mm L x 1570mm W x 1880mm H (1,400L) 2060mm L x 2020mm W x 1880mm H (2,500L)

Enduramaxx Spot Sprayers 60L and 90L








Safe to use with herbicides, pesticides and fungicides

Adjustable nozzle and easy cleaning tank, provides uncomplicated application

Pressure regulator and gauge

68115, 67919

6m hose and hand lance with recessed pump mount 1000 L x 370 W x 400 H (60L) 1000 L x 370 W x 500 H (90L)

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To read and request our latest Focus on Calves Newsletter visit wynnstay.co.uk For more information on our range of calf milk powders, or to book an appointment with a specialist, contact a member of our Calf & Youngstock Team Eimear Diamond, Calf & Youngstock Manager

07881 379008 eimear.diamond@wynnstay.co.uk @diamondcalf1

Sammy Howorth, Calf & Youngstock Specialist Lancashire and Cumbria 07810 444948 @howorthcalf1

Laura Monk, Calf & Youngstock Specialist Cornwall and Devon


07767 275662 @monkcalf1


Elinor Thomas, Calf & Youngstock Specialist Mid

Kerry Goodland, Calf & Youngstock Specialist

07500 979398

07785 752441

and South Wales @thomascalf1

Somerset, Dorset and South Hampshire



Millie Hendy, Calf & Youngstock Specialist, South

Hannah Braithwaite, Calf & Youngstock Specialist Shropshire, Cheshire, Staffordshire and North Wales

West and Midlands

07717 495746 @hendycalf1



07881 093633 @hannahcalf1



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FEED BUCKETS Calsea Grass+ 15kg Composition

Trace elements (mg/kg)









Calseagrit Biotech




Phosphorus 4.5%








Trace elements





15kg mineral licking block

Minpot Flyguard 22.5kg

Premier Cattle Booster 20kg/80kg 1319, 1320


Recommended for cattle and sheep in midsummer where flies are a problem

Contains garlic to help repel nuisance insects

• Controlled intake premium protein, energy lick

• Packed with high levels of minerals to support herd performance in a highly palatable form


£20 2394, 1313




£16 • Energy packed feed and mineral lick • Use where extra energy is required at tupping time • Ideal for breeding sheep from two weeks pre-tupping for 10 weeks • Balances grazing, forages and diets based on straights with extra energy and quality protein • Offer ad-lib at a ratio of one bucket per 30-40 sheep and sited away from water sources All prices exclude VAT




Ewemaster Flusher and Garlic Flusher Bucket 18kg

LAMBMASTER The Wynnstay Lambmaster range is scientifically formulated with the optimal balance of energy and protein to achieve high growth rates, ensuring lambs can be finished quickly. •

Unique sweetener ensures excellent palatability to boost intakes

A balance of energy, protein, vitamins, and minerals for healthy lambs

Complements a milk and grass diet to ensure high growth rates

Contains certified sustainable soya


Suitable for both outdoor on grass and indoor finishing

Inclusion of ammonium chloride to aid the prevention of urinary calculi

• •

FeMoSCa inclusion to act as an antagonist to copper

Lamb supplement for optimal trace mineral and vitamin levels

LAMBMASTER Finisher 16 Nuts Typical Analysis

4.5% OIL



10.75% FIBRE




LAMBMASTER Finisher 14 Nuts Typical Analysis

4.25% OIL



9.25% FIBRE


STARCH AND SUGAR DM% wynnstay.co.uk

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START ‘N’ WEAN Youngstock are the future of your herd, so optimising their growth and development is the key to future profitability. Start ‘n’ Wean is specifically formulated to set up a healthy rumen by three months of age.

A good calf starter ration should have following elements: • Attractive smell • Palatable • Highly digestible • Optimum levels of starch • Natural sugars • High level of undegradable protein • Balanced vitamins and minerals • Effective health pack

health pack unique to Wynnstay A combination of rumen specific live yeast, very high levels of Mannan Oligosaccharide (MOS) and essential minerals and vitamins • The combination of a probiotic and prebiotic has been chosen to optimise rumen development as well as help protect the lower gut • Significantly increases average daily gain and feed conversion ratio • Improves weaning success by ensuring a smoother, safer transition to solid feed

Maize, wheat and barley - release starch at variable rates which is digested to create volatile fatty acids. These organic acids stimulate the growth of rumen papillae which grow longer in this healthy environment


Nutritionally improved straw (NIS) - slows fermentation, prevents acid peaks and enables the rumen to extract more nutrients. Increased intakes and improved daily liveweight gains Hipro Soya - highly digestible protein source, essential for


Sugar Beet Pulp, Molasses - natural sugars help growth

of a healthy bacteria population to digest concentrate efficiently

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DAIRY Wynnstay Reviva 80/20 20kg


10% OFF *

High Velocity Basket Fan 24” 77927

Directly before and during calving, cows do not eat and drink, but they do lose water and electrolytes, and their blood calcium level goes down. This may turn the animal lifeless, resulting in a reduction in dry matter intake. Revive is a good source of energy, which rehydrates and replenishes mineral loss in the cow and increases calcium levels in the blood.

Milk Heater 14000-E




or £175 each

Powder coated guards for corrosion resistance

Exceptional air velocity is ideal for animal cooling in corrosive environments

Versatile wall and ceiling mount pivots 180° and fan can turn 360°


WAS £210

3 for £450 •


With practical handle for one or twohanded operation

Multi-stage thermostat

Extremely stable

Powerful heating performance

Already operational at a level of 15cm

Sani Safe Dairy Teat Wipes (1000 Sheets)


Incorporating the new QRD dispensing system, the dairy wipe offers major benefits compared to a traditional bucket/refill format:

ONLY .75




Dramatically improves hygiene by 90% compared to its equivalent SL bucket format

Offers significant cost savings of up to 80% for end users in terms of disposal of waste packaging

Friendly towards the environment

Controlled delivery of disinfectant dispensed via the QRD nozzle reducing costs for the user

Single use eliminating the risk of cross contamination

Available with integral carry handle for ease of portability and a stainless steel wall-mount bracket for fixed mounting and easy dispense All prices exclude VAT


Do you have challenges with teat health, DAIRY TBC mastitis or high cell counts?

Contact Wynnstay for a free evaluation from our Dairy Technical Services Team. For more information please call


0808 168 7998

Wynnstay is the exclusive distributor of Surepulse in the United Kingdom. All prices exclude VAT



HARVEST HARVEST Visqueen Side Wall Sheeting

THE COMPLETE PROTECTION FOR SILAGE The use of side wall sheeting in clamps has been proven to significantly reduce silage spoilage. It will also reduce time spent removing spoilt silage when it comes to feed out. • Significantly stronger side sheets • Excellent tear resistance • High resistance to weathering

Width (m)

Length (m)

Thickness (µm)










• Easy to apply and longer lasting • Significant reduction inside spoilage


Used with Clingseal and Visqueen Agri-S, Visqueen side sheets seal the clamp in all directions to ensure significantly less spoilage on every outer surface of the clamp.


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HARVEST SEVEN SILAGE SINS When it comes to producing good quality, nutritious silage, small things can make a big difference. A shortcut, or a small oversight can ultimately result in silage that is unusable, due to insufficient dry matter content; or worse, silage that is dangerous to herd health because of mould growth and the likely presence of mycotoxins or listeria.

So what are the seven silage sins? 1. Leaving dead grass in the sward

Any surplus grass at the end of the previous growing season must be removed completely, preferably by grazing or failing that, by topping. If left unchecked, all this does is die and subsequently provides nutrients that supports the growth of moulds and other undesirable bacteria that will remain in the sward until harvest. Removing this surplus grass helps to reduce the number of mould propagules in the harvested sward.

2. Harvesting over mature grass

“Sometimes harvesting over mature grass is unavoidable because of the weather conditions or because you require a mature low D value forage or if farmers are participating in environmental management schemes” explains Dr Dave Davies, a consultant at Silage Solutions Ltd. “However more often than not, this practice is carried out because farmers are looking to increase crop yield despite the trade off in forage quality. The problem is that as forage matures and the seed sets, the vegetative parts of the crop like the stems and the leaves begin to die and become increasingly vulnerable to invasion by fungal pathogens.”

3. Leaving cut grass in a narrow swath to wilt

If you want to reduce the likelihood of mould contamination within your silage, avoid leaving cut grass in a thick, narrow swath. Such swathes encourage mould growth because their density results in higher temperatures and humidity levels, both of which enable bacteria to thrive. In addition, thick swathes reduce the effectiveness of the wind in helping to dry the crop out. As a rule of thumb, you should aim to spread your grass over 80-100% of the original harvested area, as soon as possible after mowing.

4. Wrapping in the field

5. Not moving bales after wrapping


“Admittedly, the advice will always be to wrap bales as quickly as possible, and wrapping in the field would appear to facilitate this, however doing so can prevent other hazards”. “Dropping a well wrapped bale on to the recently cut sward presents the very real risk of holes being punctured into the wrap either by stubble or by stones. When that wrapped bale is then picked up and moved to the stacking site, this damage can be exacerbated. This applies even if the holes are miniscule. Holes caused by stubble may be small, but rest assured, oxygen is smaller!” It’s always recommended that you move bales as quickly as possible after wrapping. This ideally means within two hours, but where this isn’t practical you should aim to have them moved within eight hours. Once at the storage site, the bales should then be left in place until they’re ready to be fed out.

6. Spiking a bale, whether it’s wrapped or not

Many farmers will spike an unwrapped bale in order to move it to the wrapper. “Not only does the central spike hole allow oxygen back in, but you’ll also create lots of concentric holes around this as you move the bale. As for spiking a wrapped bale? That really is the ultimate sin”.

7. Not netting the bales to protect them from bird and vermin damage

Having spent the time, effort and energy creating baled silage, it’s hard to imagine that farmers are prepared to needlessly squander the fruits of their labours, but many do every year. All prices exclude VAT



Oakwood Game Feeds is a new concept of feed specifically designed for Pheasant and Partridge. By focusing on quality ingredients and the very latest in diet formulation, the feeds are designed to deliver the very best in bird nutrition with a simple and inclusive total feed programme for the full cycle. Manufactured by Wynnstay making use of over 100 years of expertise in feed production.





20kg bags and bulk



20kg bags and bulk



20kg bags and bulk



20kg bags



20kg bags



20kg bags



20kg bags and bulk



20kg bags and bulk



20kg bags and bulk



20kg bags


Early Grower

For a quote, or more information, visit wynnstay.co.uk alternatively call your Wynnstay Poultry representative wynnstay.co.uk










Starter Mini

Early Grower

Starter Crumb


Starter Mini

Starter Crumb

Game Feeds

Game Feeds








Oakwood Oakwood Oakwood Oakwood Oakwood Game Feeds Game Feeds Game Feeds Game Feeds Game Feeds


All of the ingredients are high quality, fully traceable and include sustainable certificated soya.

All prices exclude VAT


CATCH CROPS Catch crop mixtures are perfect for providing a cost-effective and balanced feed for livestock. In terms of resource, mixtures like the below are fairly low input – with minimal growing costs. However, they can produce a vital feed when forage is in short supply. Whether your focus is energy content, protein or rapid establishment, the Wynnstay range of catch crop mixtures includes top quality varieties, guaranteed to perform in terms of both yield and quality. Catch crops can also benefit soil health by utilising the available nutrients in the soil after the previous crop and then depositing them back onto the soil as manure, increasing organic matter and improving the soil structure.


This high yielding catch crop is fast to establish and extremely palatable with a slightly higher energy content than the other catch crop mixtures. It will produce huge yields and the kale will help with it’s winter hardiness.

MIXTURE 1.3kg Vollenda Stubble Turnips 0.5kg Interval Forage Rape 0.2kg Maris Kestrel Kale

2kg/Acre (Packed in 5kg bags)


This mix has a higher protein content than normal due to the high inclusion of forage rape and kale. It’s winter hardiness is excellent due to the inclusion of kale and maincrop turnips which will extend the grazing period.

MIXTURE 1.25kg Interval Forage Rape 0.40kg Vollenda Stubble Turnips 0.10kg Maris Kestrel Kale 0.25kg Green Globe Maincrop Turnips

2kg/Acre (Packed in 5kg bags)


1.50kg Interval Forage Rape 0.50kg Vollenda Stubble Turnips 5.00kg Hunter Tetraploid IRG

7kg/Acre (Packed in 7kg bags)

For more information, or to place an order call your Wynnstay Representative or the Wynnstay Seed Team on 01939 210777 (Shrewsbury) or 01757 617000 (York). All prices exclude VAT





The Italian ryegrass will improve the thickness of the crop whilst helping to keep the animals clean and will also provide grazing through to the following spring. The inclusion of both Vollenda and Interval will make this mix more palatable and will add protein and energy to the diet.

NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT Nutrient Management Plans offer the opportunity to target nutrient applications in the most effective way possible, ensuring fertiliser can be used efficiently, minimising cost, and ensuring compliance. Wynnstay’s FACTS qualified specialists have produced fully compliant Nutrient Management Plans for our customers for more than 20 years. Nutrient Management Planning is just one of a suite of services offered by our specialists, and these are supported by an extensive product range. • Comprehensive fertiliser range from leading brands- CF, Glasson and TopCrop • Agricultural soil sampling • Extensive range of grass, root, maize and cereal seeds • Full range of agrochemicals supported by an experienced team of Agronomists • Grain Marketing by our specialist grain marketing business- GrainLink


This service is immediately available to farmers throughout our trading area.

To make an enquiry about our Nutrient Management Planning Service visit wynnstay.co.uk/nutrient-management-planning-service


All prices exclude VAT


ADDITIVE Ensiling advice for maize and wholecrop. When ensiling both maize and wholecrop there are similar considerations: • Fermentation losses are ‘invisible’ and in well-fermented silages the fermentation process can account for 10% of the harvested dry matter being lost. In silages where the fermentation process has been less efficient these losses in dry matter can be substantially higher than 10% • Maize, and to an even greater extent wholecrop cereals, are prone to aerobic stability issues resulting in DM losses due to heating in the clamp. The better consolidated these silages are, the lower the losses Some additives are concerned solely with aerobic stability and whilst it is important to address these issues, the savings that can be made by improving the efficiency of the fermentation are even greater. The best approach is to use a good quality additive which tackles both aspects. The aim should be to effectively reduce the ‘invisible’ fermentation losses whilst at the same time reducing more obvious losses due to heating in the clamp. Ecosyl additives such as Ecocool have been shown to typically reduce the fermentation losses by half and also to improve aerobic stability, keeping the silage cooler for longer. In addition, the Ecosyl range has a considerable weight of evidence from independent feeding trials which demonstrate improved animal performance for dairy, beef and sheep.

Ecocool - Summer Offer


BUY 10 GET 1 *

Order with your Wynnstay Representative or local Wynnstay depot *Valid on orders delivered or collected between 1st June – 31st August 2021 PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW All prices exclude VAT





FLY CONTROL Vulcan P RFU Fly Spray 5L


Vulcan P RFU Fly Spray is a kerosene-based (odourless), ready for use (RFU) fly spray based on the killing agent permethrin and the knock down agent tetramethrin. The formulation is synergised with piperonyl butoxide and approved in the UK for application as a residual spray and as a ‘space’ treatment.

WAS £21.50

NOW .50


This product is designed for application through a simple atomiser for the control of flies and other flying insects in a wide range of situations including farm buildings. It is also extremely effective as a surface spray for the control of resting or crawling insects.

Dairy Fly Spray Concentrate 500ml

Red Top Fly Trap


WAS £51







• Insecticide for professional use against flying and crawling insects, in and around farm buildings, dairies, parlours, and animal housing • Highly concentrated pyrethrum formulation that will target and control insects fast

• Ideal for smallholdings, poultry farms, dairies or anywhere plagued by flies in summer • Catches up to 20,000 flies per trap and once trapped they can’t escape • Simply add water to bait and hang the fly trap 1015m away from the area you wish to protect

Larvenol 1kg WAS £29.95

NOW .95





Larvenol is a specialist IGR designed with a progressive release formula to control maggots and larvae in calf/ animal rearing and livestock premises. The constant presence of S-Methoprene during the cycle inhibits flies from maturing. • Indoor and outdoor use • Insect growth regulator controls an infestation before it starts • Effective up to 8 weeks - stop larvae developing into adult flies • Applied as a granule directly to muck or areas where flies and maggots are breeding Also available in 20kg tub


All prices exclude VAT


FLY CONTROL Stockholm Tar 1kg and 2.5kg

ONLY .99

15204, 56016



£13 1kg


A high quality, natural pine based tar, known for its anti-fungal and anti-bacterial characteristics; Stockholm Tar is specifically used to promote ideal skin health skin health and is safe to use on all farm livestock.

Maggot Oil BHB 1L and 5L

Fly Papers - 24 Pack

28322, 73180

£14 1L






A soothing skin dressing and effective fly repellent for use in sheep when flystrike and maggots are a problem.

Safe, poison-free way to eliminate flies and flying insects

Clean white paper with long-lasting glue, with natural apple scent

Suitable for indoors, as well as outbuildings such as sheds, stables and barns

Pluszap Electric Fly Killer 16w (40m2) and 30w (80m2)

60592, 60593

Aluminium and plastic construction

Ideal for commercial environments

Can be desk, ceiling or wall-mounted

Mains interlocked catch tray is easy to remove for quick and safe maintenance, with anti-blow out holds 16W: 262mm H x 365mm W x 130mm D (16w) 30W: 262mm H x 514mm W x 130mm D (30w)

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ANIMAL HEALTH Mid-Season Cattle Worm and Fly Control Roundworms in cattle can reduce growth rates by up to 30%1 so it is important not to delay the mid-season pour-on dose as this potentially leads to a loss of production as the worm burden could start to impact on growth rates. It can be hard to notice the economic impact of worms unless regular weighing is taking place as reduction in growth rates will take place before any more obvious clinical signs are seen. CYDECTIN 0.5% Pour-On for Cattle is an easy to use treatment with a short meat withdrawal of 14 days. It contains the active ingredient moxidectin, which has the longest dosing interval of 8-10 weeks, meaning that the number of cattle handlings in the summer can be reduced. CYDECTIN Cattle Pour-On allows for flexibility of treatments, has a rain fast formulation and there is no need to set stock the animals. When treating cattle it is important to make sure the right product is being used at the right time. Animals should be weighed to make sure the right dose is given – if animals are underdosed then this could lead to an increase in worm resistance.

29201, 13193

Don’t forget about flies! It is important to act early and quickly when it comes to fly contril and fly nuisance on cattle has been shown to reduce milk yields by up to 0.5 litres/cow/day or growth rates by 0.3kg/head/day.2 In conjunction with good farm hygiene, residual pour-on pyrethroid treatments such as Fly & Lice Spot On™ are licensed to control insects for up to eight weeks, depending on species and population.

24155, 15981, 90327, 22563

Cattle and sheep producers should discuss insect control options with their animal health provider.

1. Control of roundworms in cattle (COWS Guide, January 2020) www.cattleparasites.org.uk 2. Jonsson et al (1999). Med. Vet. Entomology 13, p372-376.


CYDECTIN 0.5% W/V POUR-ON FOR CATTLE contains moxidectin, POM-VPS. Fly & Lice Spot On™ contains deltamethrin, POM-VPS. For further information please see the product SPC, or contact your veterinary surgeon, SQP or Zoetis UK Ltd, First floor, Birchwood Building, Springfield Drive, Leatherhead KT22 7LP. Customer Support 0845 3008034. www.zoetis.co.uk. Always seek the advice of your medicines provider. Use medicines responsibly (www.noah.co.uk/responsible). MM-08725. Prepared March 2020


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ANIMAL HEALTH The Benefits of Good Worm Control As protein demand increases worldwide, efficiency in production is crucial to meet this challenge. Internal parasites are the greatest cause of lost production in grazed ruminants, so their management and control are vital to enable sustainable production from pasture. Stomach worms in lambs are the major production limiting parasites in UK grazing systems, they cause reduced carcase quality, weight loss, delayed finishing and decreased wool production. Gut worms result in reduced weight gains (up to 47%) and reduced wool growth (up to 21%)1. Good control of worms can result in up to 4.7kg extra live weight during the grazing season2. Higher lamb DLWG means faster finishing and maximises the potential of feed input. Control CYDECTIN 0.1% Oral Solution for Sheep has the longest dosing interval of 8 weeks with a meat withhold of 14 days. This allows it to be used strategically to control worm burdens in lambs. Having a long dosing interval gives many advantages such as a reducing workload and decreasing the number of doses needed, which in turn can lead to less stress on the lambs, improved growth rates and lower input costs. There are many options for worm control and in order to have an effective strategy it is important that a farm parasite control plan has been created in conjunction with your animal health provider. Whatever options you have in mind, advanced planning is the way to maintain good animal health and maximise productivity from grassland.

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1. Charlier, J. et al 2014: Trends in Parasitology, Vol. 30, No. 7 2. Miller et al Veterinary Parasitology doi:10.1016/j.vetpar2011.11.063


CYDECTIN® 0.1% W/V ORAL SOLUTION FOR SHEEP contains moxidectin. POM-VPS. For further information please see the product SPC, or contact your veterinary surgeon, SQP or Zoetis UK Limited, First floor, Birchwood Building, Springfield Drive, Leatherhead KT22 7LP. Customer Support 0845 3008034. www.zoetis.co.uk. Always seek the advice of your medicines provider. Use medicines responsibly (www.noah.co.uk/responsible). MM-08724. Prepared March 2020

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