Farmers use flock of sheep in message of support to NHS

The farmers spent three days to arrange the sheep to pay tribute to frontline workers during the coronavirus fight.

Farmers in Loch Lomond have spent three days trying to round up a flock of sheep to spell out NHS as a message of support to frontline workers.

They creatively paid tribute to health staff who are risking their lives fighting the spread of coronavirus.

To make the stunt possible, the farmers fed the sheep their breakfast from a snacker trailer which kept them in formation.