A protest is taking place in Staffordshire today as part of a campaign that hopes to discuss the delivery of sustainable milk prices for dairy farmers.
The protest, which is being held at Aston Pool farm in Stone, is being held by dairy farmers because they say they're not being paid a fair price for milk by some supermarkets, which have made cuts of up to 2p a litre. Farmers fear the shortfall could force them out of business.
Farmers in Warwickshire are meeting today to discuss the next steps in the campaign to deliver sustainable milk prices to dairy farmers.
Farmers For Action say despite some success, they will continue to campaign against those who pay unfair amounts for milk.
Robert Wiseman Dairies has become the last milk processor to withdraw on planned milk price cuts in August.