David's frustrated by the drop in milk yields and tells Shula and Peggy it's down to his bad management. David admits to Ruth that he hasn't recalibrated the platemeter for weeks but gets frustrated with Ruth when she tells him how important this is.
Concerned to see David so stressed, Pip suggests that they go see the Herefords together. She assures him that he made the right choice in going into Herefords. She's trying to cheer him up, but he's still upset about the dairy cows and doesn't share Pip's enthusiasm.
Ted gives Peggy a lift to the University of the Third Age meeting, where he gives his talk on a painter. Peggy enjoys doing something different. Learning that Ted also does enamelling, she would be interested to see some of his work. Ted offers to bring something along next time they meet up.
Shula thinks David looks terrible, and wonders if it's to do with the shock of seeing Nigel die. Shula thinks he needs help. Ruth doesn't think David would consider counselling but agrees it would be good if Shula was to ask Alistair to try talking to him. It's got to be worth a try.
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