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Farming community raises spirits during global pandemic

Lambing through crisis

Rufus Dene makes short films about life on his family farm near Milton Keynes.

During the Coronavirus outbreak, he has made another short video about how life in farming goes on regardless, with lambing in full swing on the farm at home.

He says: "In such scary times, it's comforting to see and celebrate all the people that come together and keep going.

"Farmers always have, and always will, do just that. They're incredibly resilient and hardworking and through it all, never stop. Farming to me personally has always been a constant, and a home comfort. And right now, for anyone isolated or scared, seeing new lambs, green countryside and determined faces might not be a bad thing."

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