Neville the Sheep
In Neville the Sheep a sheep who is afraid to be shorn decides not to follow the flock and tries to run away. He finally realises that there is nothing to be afraid of and tells his friends to be brave.
Sheep are shorn once or twice a year in spring or autumn. A professional shearer can shear more then 200 sheep in a day and can remove the fleece in less than five minutes.