A group of dairy farmers on the Isle of Wight are backing a national campaign to get a fair price for milk.
Click above to listen to Louise Hart from Three Gates Farm in Shalfleet.
Dairy farmers are angry about cuts of up to 2p a litre in the amount they receive from major milk processors.
Forced out of business
Many fear the shortfall will force them out of business.
Louise Hart, Jill Cawood, Justin Birch, Caroline Knox, Kay Reed, Richard Fisk, Robert Bradley and Paul Griffin were just some of the Farmers representing the Isle of Wight at a recent summit in London.
Blockades across the country
Last night (Thursday) hundreds of dairy farmers across the country blockaded milk processing plants in protest over how much they're paid.
Sites in Leeds, Somerset, Leicestershire and Kent were targeted.
The action is the latest in a series of protests by farmers who are angry that they could be paid less for their milk than the cost of producing it.