What do you do when one of your cows stops producing milk?
Normally a dose of antibiotics does the trick but local farmer Ashley Nags prefers to use an alternative remedy involving his glorious set of flimsy silk under crackers and the cow’s rear.
“Works every time,” boasts Ashely. “Mind you, I did get stuck fast once,” he remembers ruefully. “We use the same method if our chickens stop laying,” he adds.
You can buy Nags milk at your local supermarket. “Mmm, creamy goodness!”