How far would you go to save a cow? Well one man from Dartmouth travelled 100 miles to do just that.
Ben Drury had a change of heart after selling the prize cow he'd owned since birth to a butcher, so he decided to mount a rescue mission.
Ben had reservations about selling his prize cow, Cherry after she won 6 prizes at Dartmouth's Fatstock Agricultural Show, including 'Local Champion'.
It was just before Christmas that Ben - decided to sell Cherry off at auction when his friends suggested he put a put a high reserve on her.
Despite his reluctance, Cherry sold for £1,500.
Ben's a first generation farmer and and with him still owning Cherry's grandmother, aunt and mother he knew he regretted selling her.
So the next day - he made a frantic early morning call to the butcher who'd bought her.
Watch the heartwarming report below: