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But the onslaught has backfired as the award-winning farmers have been backed by nearly 1,000 five-star reviews - and sales have soared.
Mr Crickmore said: 'We have had some really horrible comments.
A Suffolk Police spokesman told Mail Online today: 'We received a report on January 30 and we are currently looking into the matter.'Death threats to farmers by militant vegans have been on the rise in recent weeks.
Protesters have also trespassed and vandalised farms with graffiti.
He also reported the attacks to Suffolk Police and an officer went out to see them.'I'm quite thick-skinned but my wife didn't like it at all. We have never had nasty things like this said about us before.'A few of our customers even got abuse back as well,' said Mr Crickmore, whose 880-acre farm produces natural whole raw milk and cheese. 'We wrote a new post explaining to everyone who had seen this what we do at our farm and off the back of that this post got shared over 400 times.'He said they had been thrilled and reassured by a massive positive online response from both customers and the wider public.'We went from 30 five-star reviews to over 850,' said Mr Crickmore. But we do want to see an end to animal agriculture as a whole and a transition to a more sustainable, healthier and compassionate farming system.'Mr Crickmore won the highly-coveted Best Artisan Producer award at the Great British Cheese Awards last October.
'Our sales are up and people have found us through all this nasty stuff.'A Vegan Society spokesman said: 'Veganism rejects violence and encourages compassion towards living beings and this incident is not representative of the vegan movement as a whole.'We certainly condemn any threats of violence and encourage vegan activists to share their messages peacefully and positively. He was given the prize just days after scooping Farmer's Weekly prestigious Diversification Farmer of the Year Award.
Everyone is welcome here, even married members looking for some extra marital excitement.Former convict Joey Carbstrong, 31, an Australian vegan activist with tens of thousands of followers, lectured the presenter for the sandwich on the table.The vocal campaigner from Adelaide is currently touring the UK and Ireland because he has an 'obligation' to convert meat eaters to veganism.The vegans became enraged after seeing a post about the eco-friendly couple's new calves – and even targeted their two young children.It comes in the context of increased threats by vegans, with one trainee farmer Alison Waugh telling how protesters had called farmers 'murderers and rapists.