Funny we never encowntered one in an elevator:
London - A farmer who plays soothing music to his cows is celebrating: their cheese has been crowned best in the world.
Simon Clapp puts it down to the easy-listening pop music he plays at his milking parlour, reports The Sun.
The 41-year-old reckons the tunes calm the cows. And judges at the World Cheese Awards at London's Olympia agreed when he won the Best Farmhouse Cheddar title.
Simon has 500 Holstein-Friesians at his Brue Valley Farm near Glastonbury, Somerset - producing hand-made cheese for Marks & Spencer.
Thursday, November 25, 2004
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