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Cows have been taken into a supermarket by dairy farmers protesting against the price they are paid for their milk.

About 70 farmers took two of their cattle into Asda, in Queensway, Stafford at about 12:30 BST to clear milk from the shelves, police said.

Shopper Adam Williams said “staff looked on in amazement”, as the cows moved to the back of the store, “creating mess as they walked”.

Farmers want the price of milk paid to them by supermarkets to be increased.

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