Most of us will be aware of the concept of free range eggs but what about free range milk. Now a farmer in Somerset has put a special label on his milk - to show his cows graze on fresh green grass. And it's already being picked up by others farmers across the UK.
As dairy farmers struggle, one has come up with a way of selling milk by cutting out the middle man.
Caroline Fleming hopes that it will start a trend, even though it is more expensive than in the supermarkets. Introducing, the dairy vending machine.
A couple have sold off their entire herd of cows because they say they can't make a living as dairy farmers anymore. As we reported earlier in the week, Chris Gott and his partner Rosalind have been busy preparing for their auction.
Now all their cows have been sold and our Gloucestershire Correspondent Ken Goodwin has been to see them on their first day without their cattle.
A couple from Gloucestershire who are getting out of the dairy industry saw their last cows taken away this morning.
Chris Gott and Rosalind Cookson have been dairy farmers their whole lives and say they don't believe there's a long term future in the industry despite a new agreement between dairy farmers and milk processors.
A couple who have been dairy farmers all of their lives will sell off their herd tomorrow. Chris Gott and Rosalind Cookson from Gloucestershire say they have had enough of working hard for little gain and are getting out of the industry.
Despite a new agreement that's been drawn up between dairy farmers and milk processors, they don't believe there's a long term future in the industry.
Chris Gott says it's too hard to go on.
"How can you keep going forward if you keep getting knocked down? The prices of the milk. I mean we've got a young family. My son is quite keen on the cows but I don't want him to do dairy because there is no money in it".