“The cows love to itch and rub on the bales” the original poster of the video wrote
Exclusive: American-style factory dairies where cows feed rom troughs emerge as farmers seek to industrialise production
Despite opposition, huge confinement units housing thousands of cows all year round are popping up across the UK
Farmers continue to be advised not to put calves and their mothers in fields accessible to the public
Vic and Bob are back in BBC2's House of Fools. The duo explain why writing a sitcom was their biggest test yet
The large mammals have intricate social networks
Belligerent porker went on bender after drinking three six-packs of beer
The cow, which according to reports had charged at several members of the public, went on the run for three hours after escaping from its field
Whether you're hankering for some Stinking Bishop or partial to a slice of Cornish Yarg, home-grown varieties are causing a stink...
As the nation examines its freezers to look for lasagnes which potentially contain horsemeat, Masterchef's Gregg Wallace has admitted he would like to try the controversial foodstuff.
Trialling new jokes in front of a sell-out, international crowd is an act of supreme confidence
The curious history of kitchen utensils and their changing forms makes for a book to savour
It's the great countryside controversy of the day. NFU president Peter Kendall and TV naturalist Chris Packham argue for and against the cull
“So what happened in the first 15 minutes, did you just not like me?” asks Sarah Kendall of her audience at the end of her show. Observational comedians are supposed to say what everyone else is thinking but on this matter, Kendall is too close to the bone: her audience tonight just don’t buy into her.
Scottish publisher DC Thomson this week announced The Dandy, its famous comic, could close as the firm tries to cut losses.