BBC, 10 August 2015
Farmers surprised shoppers in Stafford, by bringing two cows into the supermarket. It was part of a protest, because they say that they’re not being paid enough for milk. The British Retail Consortium say that supermarkets are paying a fair price. But farmers argue that it costs them more to produce the milk than what they’re paid for it, so they end up loosing money.
“THERE WON’T BE A FUTURE IN FARMING…CERTAINLY NOT FOR HANNAH” (watch the video)