In North Yorkshire, sheep are showing their support for the Tour de France.This flock, based at Daleside Nurseries in Killinghall near Harrogate, have been dyed in the colours of the race jerseys.
Farmer, Keith Chapman, works at the garden centre and used dye he would usually use at tupping time.He says their appearance has been attracting lots of attention, as has the centre's huge yellow jersey flower bed, which sits along the race route.
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