Who doesn't want to capture the turnout of a herd of dairy cows, waiting to taste freedom and fresh grass after the winter months indoors? There are communities all over the world who celebrate this, even some that take a bank holiday to witness it. The BBC were no less enthused about turnout this March and one of our Free Range Dairy Farmers (TM) had the broadcasting giant to their farm not only to film turnout but beam live a week later to tell the nation about this new milk live on BBC Breakfast television.
Jerry and Jenni Hobbs hosted the BBC on the 16th and 22nd of March where they showcased their passion for free range and the fact that their cows are allowed the freedom to graze in their lush pastures on the Severn Vale for a minimum of 180 days a year.
Emma Simpson (BBC Business Correspondent) enjoyed the days filming there with the production team, they also went to Asda where the milk is being sold in 109 stores across the UK to ask shoppers to taste test the milk; 99% of whom chose Free Range Dairy Farmers (TM) milk over their conventional milk.