Welsh sheep farms pushed to brink

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The coldest March for 50 years has caused serious problems for sheep farmers across Wales, with snow and ice forcing many to the brink of ruin.

Higher feed costs, dead livestock and thick snowdrifts still lying in many places mean many farmers say they are fighting to stay in business.

John Maguire reports.

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