Prisoners from Haverigg have been helping to dig out sheep from a farm in west Cumbria- five days on from last week's huge snowfall.
Many farms have lost animals and some are still very badly affected.
Our rural affairs correspondent Tim Backshall reports from Corney Fell:
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