There's a great independent film on limited release at the moment called, The Moo Man.
Is this over-sentimentalising what is, in effect, simply economic development and change? Maybe. But we should see heritage not just in terms of the archetype of country houses and World Heritage Sites. Heritage is about what each generation passes on to the next and how we, the current generation, value and protect what has been passed to us. Not all of that heritage is formally protected by law; indeed, some of its destruction is faciliated by the law. Are we really doing enough to protect the countryside, and those who live and work in it? Long live all the Moo Men who have to battle to keep their industries alive.