Farmer James Stobart
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Cumbria farmer: 'I lost 160 sheep in the flood'

Farmers, including those in rural Cumbria, were hit hard by the unprecedented flooding last month.

An estimated 630 farms have been affected with at least 2000 sheep killed, along with other livestock.

Farmer James Stobart lost 160 sheep in the flood. He spoke to the BBC's Claire Marshall about the impact it had on him.

  • 07 Jan 2016
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