The rows of pens and hutches could not be more removed from the storybook idea of farm life. This site, effectively a battery farm for calves, is used to rear cows that will go on to supply milk to leading supermarkets including Marks & Spencer. Welfare law states that cows should only be reared in these solitary hutches for up to eight weeks of age. But the calves captured in these images are significantly older - making this practice potentially illegal. What is clear from the pictures is the calves are too large for the hutches. They struggle to bend to get inside the cramped shelters when they need protection from the cold and rain. This has left some of them with grazes on their backs. The Holstein calves, raised at Grange Dairy in Winfrith Newburgh, near Dorchester, Dorset, will be sent to other farms to join a dairy herd. Once they are old enough to calve, their milk will be supplied to supermarkets across the country.
'The judge WAS right': Teenage rape victim who was attacked after a night out backs female judge who warned drunk women put themselves in danger
Megan Clark, 19, was attacked by a man she met in a fast food restaurant after drinking beer and vodka during a night out in Manchester. Following the trial at Manchester Crown Court, Judge Lindsey Kushner said women should be aware that potential attackers 'gravitate towards girls who have been drinking'. Waiving her right to anonymity, Ms Clark said that she took the judge's comments in a 'positive way' and she did not believe she was 'victim-blaming'.
'They're safe now': Ed Sheeran HAS saved the lives of abused Liberian street boys after his incredible act of kindness on Comic Relief
His latest album broke Adele's record when it sold 432,000 copies in just three days outselling the entire UK Top 200 twice over. And Ed Sheeran put his newfound wealth and fame to good use as he offered to use his own cash to pay for a safe home for raped and abused Liberian street boys he met while on camera for Comic Relief. And the charity has now confirmed that the musician has provided a safe home for Monrovian children JD and his friends - but adds that many more are still living terrible lives.
Do these family snaps prove former Essex barrow boy DID father a child with Luxembourg billionaire heiress? British man at centre of paternity row reveals his wealthy fiancee was already married and 'took a fake child to DNA test'
EXCLUSIVE: They are the treasured photographs of a happy family taken when Steven Marston believed his life was fulfilled. His smiling girlfriend poses seductively on a bed while in others his two-year-old son potters about blissfully unaware of the gathering storm that would engulf the family. Soon after these happy snaps were taken Steven's life was turned upside down after his fiancée cut off all contact and denied he was the father of the boy. Court documents obtained by MailOnline show the lengths her family went to in an attempt to deter former Essex market trader Steven from establishing his paternity rights. The former Essex barrow boy turned trader, 49, pictured inset and top right with his son and former fiancée, left, claims he was in a relationship with the woman, whom he met when they both worked for an investment bank in Luxembourg for six years. During his ten-year court battle to prove his paternity, Steven claims the unnamed woman brought the wrong child to a DNA test. Now an independent test has apparently proven Steven, from Essex, is the boy's father.
How do men cope when tragedy makes them Mum AND Dad? Footballer Rio Ferdinand learned the hard way when his wife died suddenly - and his painful experience is shared by so many
The school run was Rio Ferdinand's first big test after the death of his wife, Rebecca (together, left). Running frantically around the house, diving into wardrobes and cupboards, rummaging through bags, he eventually managed to get his three children off to school - albeit late. When he thought about it afterwards, he realised that Rebecca must have prepared everything meticulously for their children - sons Lorenz, then nine, Tate, then six, and daughter, Tia, just four - the night before, when the running of the household, and everyone in it, was her responsibility. Golfer Darren Clarke lost his wife, Heather (both right), to cancer in 2006. Inset: Ben Brooks-Dutton founded The Gentleman's Room group after his wife, Desreen, was knocked down by a car and killed in 2012.
KATIE HOPKINS: WhatsApp? What's up is the great Multicultural Cover-up because our government would rather focus on texting than the hard questions about Khalid Masood nobody wants to answer
By making Whatsapp a sinister accomplice in Khalid Masood's attack and answering easy questions about extremist material on google, Home Secretary Amber Rudd was avoiding difficult questions about our divided and broken multicultural society. The establishment pointed to Muslim women standing hand-in-hand across Westminster bridge instead of listening to Julian, a Muslim man who called me on my radio show at LBC, to say he is frightened about what is being taught in the mosques where he lives. The 'we stand united' propaganda is blatant lies. We are a divided nation. Shattered. Splintered. You can make as many heart gestures to the sky as you want, hold hands on a bridge if you wish, write posters about drinking tea. This is not the Blitz. We aren't defending Great Britain anymore. We are being asked to be accomplices in its fall. And I refuse to join.
EXCLUSIVE: British ex-public schoolboy 'was choked to death with a metre-long CANDLESTICK during a Swiss skiing holiday by drug-crazed wealthy friend who thought he was a green alien'
A British graduate on a Swiss skiing holiday was brutally murdered with a metre-long candlestick by a millionaire art dealer's son, a court heard yesterday. The victim, (inset), 23, a former pupil of Prince Charles's public school Gordonstoun, had his head caved in before being slashed with glass and choked to death, it was said. His alleged killer (right), 31, who was high on cocaine and ketamine at his parents' chalet, mistook the victim (right in left picture with his mother) for a green alien in his stupor, it was claimed.
'Ali v Foreman, but with jumpers on': Cambridge whizz Eric Monkman comes out on top against his rival Bobby Seagull in University Challenge - and sets social media alight
Eric Monkman (pictured left) came out top against Bobby Seagull (pictured right) in the University Challenge semi-final. The battle of the brains, which was also the closest semi-final in 12 years, was widely celebrated on social media - especially for Monkman's passionate eccentricity and booming voice.
Cliffhanger on the cobbles! Coronation Street's beloved Ken Barlow is hospitalised after plunging down a flight of stairs... but who pushed him?
He's been a show stalwart for 57 years. So Coronation Street viewers were undoubtedly besides themselves as Ken Barlow (William Roache) was seen collapsed at the bottom of the stairs on Monday night. However, during Wednesday night's episode, the shop assistant's family will learn that he has not had a stroke as suspected but has in fact been pushed, in what will be one of the biggest whodunnits in the show's history.
Has George Michael been buried under cover of darkness? Tragic star's boyfriend Fadi Fawaz sparks internet frenzy after posting night-time photo of a church
A social media post by George Michael's boyfriend has led fans to speculate that the singer's body has been buried overnight to avoid a frenzy. Fadi Fawaz (pictured right with Michael) had many of the late star's devoted followers speculating wildly after he posted a midnight image to Instagram of a churchyard (shown left). Any potential service has been shrouded in secrecy, with some fans waiting outside Highgate Cemetery in North London on the off-chance they might catch the burial. Shortly after the picture appeared on Instagram with no caption, followers of Fawaz began to question the meaning of the post. Fadi, who had dated the singer for five years, had been the one to discover George's body after he tragically passed away at his home on Christmas Day.
One was relaxed, every inch a stateswoman while her opposite number was tense and uncomfortable: SARAH VINE says May v Sturgeon was a knockout victory for the PM
Intentional or otherwise, the First Minister's natty blue suit with white piping and matching light-coloured stilettos were unmistakably reminiscent of the Scottish flag, a subliminal if not entirely subtle indication of her feelings towards Westminster. May, for her part, was stateswomanlike in a stylish navy jacket, a patterned dress and her trademark leopard-print heels. Clearly, Sturgeon was hoping to knock those spots off her. Nevertheless, clearly eager to give the world a show of unity, the two women posed together, mirroring each other's stance, two sets of hands clasped calmly on the arms of their respective chairs.
The world's EASIEST exercise plan: Get fit for summer in just four weeks with these simple movements
Personal trainer Nicola Addison, of Eqvvs Training in London has devised a unique, low-intensity exercise programme for those who are returning after a long break from working out. These include: the backwards toe tap (top left), standing plank rotations (top middle), twisting exercises (top right), plank presses (bottom right) leg lifts (bottom middle) and side lunges (bottom left).
From over 220,000 entries THESE were deemed some of the best photographs in the world in the 2017 Sony Awards - and many were taken by AMATEURS
Here MailOnline Travel showcases some of the pictures that triumphed in the open competition, which received entries globally from both amateur and professional photographers. They include winners of themed categories, such as nature and wildlife, and some that came first, second or third in the National Awards - where Sony rank photographers within their own countries.
Is this a member of Indonesia's lost pygmy tribe? Mysterious small figures is caught on camera scurrying out of the undergrowth in remote area of northern Sumatra
The man was spotted near Banda Aceh, on the northern tip of Sumatra. He appeared to be half-naked and ran down a dirt track carrying a stick. After he was chased, the man dived into some bushes. Some people say the mysterious man is a member of the mythical Mante tribe. The group are believed to be forest dwellers, who were documented once in the 17th century. However, most think the group are simply legend.
US mother films 'horrifying' pat-down of her disabled teenage son by 'power-tripping airport staff who left him traumatised for several hours'
A furious mom has blasted the TSA officers who she says gave her disabled son an 'unnecessary' and 'horrifying' pat-down in a Dallas airport on Sunday. Jennifer Williamson says that her son Aaron, who has sensory processing disorder, was detained for more than an hour at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport despite not setting off the metal detector. And although she asked the TSA agent not to perform a pat-down, saying it would upset the boy, the agent went through with it anyway. Williamson then recorded the 'traumatizing' incident in a video that has now been seen more than 1.4 million times.
Wheels of fury: Thug cyclist smashes a car's windscreen with HIS OWN BIKE in road rage row with a woman driver who he accused of blocking his route
Tracey Leng, 50, was driving to see her mother who is seriously ill at Manchester Royal Infirmary hospital on Mother's Day when she became embroiled in an argument with the unknown cyclist. Footage from the Levenshulme mother's dashcam shows a cyclist wearing black overtake her at red traffic lights on Hathersage Road in Chorlton-upon-Medlock. Police were called and officers, including forensics, attended and took a swab of his saliva he left after spitting on the vehicle.
Knife-wielding thug who raped Christine Keeler and triggered the Profumo Affair by fighting with one of her lovers dies aged 85
The small-time Notting Hill Gate drug pusher with a history of violence and rape at knife point, Aloysius 'Lucky' Gordon (pictured left), has died aged 85. In the 1960s 'Lucky' played a pivotal role in the Profumo Affair, following a violent relationship with model Christine Keeler *pictured right). Keeler and her friend Mandy Rice-Davies' (inset) sexual liaisons with Tory Minister John Profumo and a Russian attache led to one of the biggest political scandals of modern times.
The video, filmed in a car park in Gravesend, shows the driver slowly trying to squeeze through the passage. The video uploader Dan1980 said: 'Always make sure the gap is big enough for your car.' Throughout the video, the person filming and his friends can be heard howling with laughter as the driver struggles with the car. Although the video was filmed in 2015, it has only recently emerged online.
'Our doors feel like they're going to blow off': Australian families build makeshift bunkers and sleep in BATHTUBS as they ride out deadly Cyclone Debbie
Families have taken to building makeshift bunkers in their homes as they shelter from Cyclone Debbie. The 'destructive' Category 4 storm struck the north coast of Queensland on Tuesday afternoon, slamming into the coast with huge 275km/h winds. Those who chose not top evacuate were ordered to stay indoors, but even then some felt unsafe - with residents saying their homes shook and rattled as Debbie made rolled through coastal towns. Mother Kiara Buckby, from Airlie Beach, made a bunker in her bathroom for her and her family, filling it with pillows, duvets and cuddly toys. 'Our doors feel like they're going to blow off,' another woman from Airlie Beach told friends as she took refuge with her dog.
Beware a clown with a red balloon! New creepy images from Stephen King's IT released and Pennywise is more sinister than ever
Pennywise is back and he wants to give you a red balloon! A new image of the iconic killer clown from Stephen King's IT has been released as the drip drip feed of publicity continues for the movie version of the book due out in September. The painted red mouth of Pennywise is seen above the ruffles of his collar with the balloon obscuring the rest of his face.
That really IS a high rise: Sci-fi plan to hang a wandering skyscraper from asteroid orbiting Earth is unveiled
A New York firm has has designed a masive skyscraper that is out of this world. The Analemma Tower is shown suspended from an orbiting asteroid (top inset) - and the only way to leave is by parachute. Deemed the 'world's tallest building ever', the building will travel in a figure-eight pattern between the northern and southern hemispheres, taking residents on a tour through different parts of the work - all in just 24 hours.
'A blissful massage for your internal organs!' Yogis wave their stomachs from left to right in a series of mesmerising videos that have taken Instagram by storm
Nauli, an abdominal yoga exercise that involves revolving the stomach left and right in a circular motion, is rarely taught because of how challenging it is for people to master the difficult move. However, videos of yogis who have perfected the toning and cleansing exercise have gained popularity and prompted many people to wonder how people can roll their stomachs in that way.
The ultimate display of sportsmanship: Heartwarming moment three half-marathon runners stop their race and carry an exhausted woman to the finish line so she can finish by herself
Sportsmanship took great strides Sunday when three men paused their Philadelphia Love Run Half Marathon to help a stricken woman to the finish line. The woman was spotted nearly falling over with exhaustion by runner Bryan Crnkovic and another - as yet unidentified - man (both pictured left) just a few hundred yards from the finish line. The pair caught her before she fell and - with the help of Joseph McGinty - carried her (right) to the finish line and into Philly run history, Fox 4 reported. Crnkovic and McGinty (both pictured center inset) said they didn't think their actions were anything special.
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Sacre bleu. And green. And red: French towns and landmarks are captured in pioneering colorised images from the 1890s
These incredible images of France from 120 years ago capture a country in the midst of La Belle Epoch, a period of cultural, artistic and scientific advancement before two world wars. The impressive railway bridge at Gourdon (top) was captured just a few years after it was built, before being destroyed by retreating Nazi soldiers in 1944. Nice (bottom left) and Brittany are pictured as they transformed into tourist hot spots. Other images show off the beauty of the 1900 world's fair in Paris (bottom right), which was attended by an estimated 50million people and brought inventions such as escalators and diesel engines to the world's attention.
The astonishing moment lightning hits a car and sends it flying along the road at high speed before a terrified passenger escapes
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