Monday, 12 August 2013

Discover Dairy Prize Draw (NOW CLOSED, SEE THE WINNER BELOW)



If you ever wondered what the cows do all day long, now you have a chance to find out. Watch the video above!
Have you been impressed with the movie made by the fabulous Al-Moo-dovar of the cows' world? It is very atmospheric.

The British Nutrition Foundation recently found out that a third (29 %) of primary school children think that cheese comes from plants, and one in five (21%) had never visited a farm!

So, DairyCo has created www.thisisdairyfarming.com, to help people understand a bit more about cows and where dairy products come from.  Fronted by TV presenter Adam Henson, the site is packed full of fun films that show you where milk comes from, that cows have friends, and that you probably can’t keep a cow in your garden. They’ve also got a youtube moovie channel and you can keep up with all the moos on twitter @thisisdairy #Discoverdairy.

DairyCo is even giving you the opportunity to win £15 worth of shopping vouchers to spend on Great British dairy produce!

If you would like to win this prize, please fill in the Rafflecopter form.
T&Cs:
Only the first step is mandatory: all you need is answer the question by leaving a comment.

All the other steps are optional, you don't have to do them all. All it takes to win is just one entry.

Only one entry per person is allowed (however, you can tweet daily to increase your chances).
The giveaway is open to the UK residents only.
Once the Rafflcopter picks the winner, I will check if the winner has done what was requested. I will contact the winner, if they do not reply within a week, the prize will be allocated to another person.
The giveaway will close on 27 August 2013 at midnight (night from 26th to 27th).

Question:
Simply tell me what is the name of the dairy cow who was a cameraman (or should that be a camerawoman?) for a day?

Cogges manor farm


Thank you everyone for entering this giveaway, but there can be only one winner. The Rafflecopter has picked the name, see the winner's name on a widget below. Big well done!

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215 comments:

  1. Martha :)

    And how sad that almost 30% of children think cheese comes from plants! Seriously?

    Thanks for the giveaway Galina :)


    Penny

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    1. I think the majority of kids believe everything comes from plants until a certain age. Its not sad at all its lovely, kids are not kids for very long and their innocence is adorable. Do you explain to your kids when young that when mummy has a baby she's in pain and it comes out of her moo moo? Bet you don't, it would scare the hell out of them... they pop out mummy's belly button, a stork leaves the new baby outside mummy's bedroom or the fairy's bring them or tell a young child santa isn't real, mummy and daddy buy your presents?... Just a thought x

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    Rachel Craig

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  3. Martha, Thanks for the chance to win this x

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  4. Michelle Ferguson13 August 2013 at 19:36

    Martha

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    Helen booth

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  7. Pam Francis Gregory21 August 2013 at 21:41

    Martha

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  8. I would do the GFC thing, but there's no link to it on your blog, or none that's working at least.

    Is GFC even working anymore, thought it went the way of the dodo when google reader shut down.

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  9. Joanne Billington24 August 2013 at 23:02

    Martha

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  10. Has to be Martha!

    @OllieMay93

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  11. Martha

    @rachiegr

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  12. I believe the name of the cow is MARTHA

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  13. Martha :)

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  14. Christina Jarrett26 August 2013 at 10:37

    Martha!

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  15. Martha!
    Cute name1!
    Claire
    xx
    http://pennyforthemuk.com

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  16. katarzyna benmailoud26 August 2013 at 12:57

    Martha!

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  17. Martha!

    I am so glad that we have been realistic with our children. They all know where their food comes from and what is and isn't plants!!

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    Jamie :)

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