Police have been called to a supermarket in Stafford after dairy farmers protesting over the price they are paid for their milk took live cows into a superstore.
The National Farmers Union say the supermarkets don't have a sustainable model for what they charge the consumer for the milk, or what the farmers actually get back.
Around a dozen protesters took the two heifers into Asda in Stafford this lunchtime.
At the time Staffordshire Police said:
After being moved on from the Stafford store the campaigners attempted to take the cows to another Asda outlet in Stoke-on-Trent, but police prevented them from getting on site.
After the protests Asda issued the following statement: