Sheep in the Glens of Antrim have been trying to take shelter from the biting cold
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Northern Ireland snow: Farmers fear for livestock

Hundred of farmers and rural residents are still suffering the effects of the heavy snow and strong winds in Northern Ireland.

Many sheep farmers have been unable to get food supplies to their livestock and are facing significant losses.

There are still people cut off and, as Chris Buckler reports, even families used to getting excited by the snow have had enough.

  • 25 Mar 2013
  • From the section UK
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