Find out how a Surrey farmer has harnessed the power of a global cultural initiative to bring the rural and urban community closer together.
Arrive at Coverwood Farm in the Surrey Hills this summer and you may well find CLA member Tim Metson loading up a brightly painted life-sized artificial cow, destined for new pastures in the reception area of one of the county’s multinational businesses.
It’s a striking contrast to the herd of pedigree Herefords grazing in the surrounding fields, but these bovine works of art have a serious purpose - bridging the divide that exists between big business and the farming community.
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This article appeared in the July 2016 issue of the CLA's Land & Business magazine