Dairy brand Dale Farm recently called on creative young minds to create a superhero tale to celebrate the goodness of Dale Farm milk through a Northern Ireland-wide comic book design competition.
The Very Dairy Superhero Adventure competition gave primary school children the chance to win a class trip to Streamvale Open Farm and a special school visit from Cool FM’s Pete Snodden along with Dale Farm mascot SuperCow.
Rachel Broomfield, a primary 7 pupil from Armagh’s Lisnadill Primary School, was named the overall lucky winner from over 1,000 entries.
“Congratulations to Rachel who, thanks to her wonderful comic book story, brought SuperCow to life and celebrated the power of natural milk goodness through her exciting adventure,” said Rachel Martin, Dale Farm.
“Dale Farm’s all new milking parlour at Streamvale Open Farm in Belfast is the perfect place to learn all about the goodness of milk, in a real farm setting, educating them on the journey from farm to fridge.
“The kids from Lisnadill Primary School saw first-hand where SuperCow’s dairy powers come from and even had a go at milking.
“Dale Farm is proud to supply milk to schools across Northern Ireland every day – this competition really celebrated the natural goodness of milk whilst encouraging imagination and creativity.
Thank you to everyone who entered - SuperCow has been on some incredible dairy adventures, and we loved reading all the super stories.”
Visit www.dalefarnbrand.com/supercow-competition for footage from Dale Farm’s big day out at Lisnadill Primary School.