Farmers nationwide have been campaigning for months against the price of milk and meat in the UK market. They argue that the price is at an unacceptably low level and that they're running at a loss with many of their products.
Trust the Tractor campaign is encouraging consumers to think twice about what produce they're buying and where it's from.
Local farmers form Dumfriesshire met with consumers to explain why they feel it's important for people to support the farming industry by buying local, Scottish and British produce.
"There is product coming into the UK saying it's packaged and processed in the UK when infact it's not a UK produced product and that's where the red tractor logo comes in.
"It's difficult in all sectors of farming presently, even the sheep, the beef, the dairy farming in particular, the potato farming, all sectors of farming are under pressure at the minute from weather conditions as well as bad prices."
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