Dairy Cows

Our Teens Are 'Ditching Dairy' - A Teenage Time Bomb Waiting to Happen?

Rick Miller | Posted 22.09.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Rick Miller

Worryingly, the trend is greatest in our young generation of 16-24 year olds who are shunning dairy at the fastest rate, despite needing it the most during their strong bone-forming years to prevent health issues such as osteoporosis or thinning bones later in life.

We Are Entering The Post-Milk Era: Why The ASA Ruling Shows We Are Moving Past Dairy

Zephie Begolo | Posted 09.08.2017 | UK
Zephie Begolo

It is no wonder people are starting to move away from dairy in their droves. It shows that we are becoming more conscious and more compassionate as a society when it comes to our food. The ASA decision confirmed this and will help consumers make healthier, kinder choices as we enter the post-milk era.

Dairy Cows Are Mothers Too: Their Milk Is Not Meant for Us

Jimmy Pierson | Posted 04.03.2017 | UK
Jimmy Pierson

Mother's Day gives us a ready-made opportunity to express our love and gratitude to those who raised us. Lots of us also recognise other caregivers in society, but how many will be extending their thoughts to other species?

Forget the Labels - It's Time to Eat Kind

Lliana Bird | Posted 24.06.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Lliana Bird

I've decided to do my best to "eat kind". Like sexuality believe there is no black and white and that labels aren't really helpful any more. Fluidity is. So I'm dispensing with "vegan"/ "vegetarian"/ "pescetarian" etc. If I want to eat some cheese or yoghurt I will.

A Newcomer to Dairy Farming

Chris Webb | Posted 26.06.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Chris Webb

I'm already half-awake when the soft ping of my alarm nudges me to get out of bed. It's four o'clock and there's a ninety minute drive to the farm, so I need to get going. I quickly pull on some old clothes and head out into the dark, frosty morning.

'In Relation to Animals, all Humans Are Nazis' - Animal Rights Today Part One

Hannah Gal | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Hannah Gal

'When we were children', he explains, 'we listened to our parents read us a story about animals, we smiled and giggled, we mimicked the noises the animals made, we wanted to play with them.. not have someone shove a knife in their throat and cut them up into pieces'.