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Shropshire sheep shearers behind schedule

10 June 2014 Last updated at 15:01 BST

Shropshire farmers say recent wet weather has meant they have fallen behind schedule with their sheep shearing.

They are also hoping to get more for their wool after prices crashed last year.

BBC Midlands Today's rural affairs correspondent David Gregory-Kumar spoke to sheep farmer John Parry and Helen Cork from the National Farmers' Union.

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