Think of organic as a guaranteed standard.
For a product to be called organic, it has to be produced according to a number of rules that define a minimum standard (defined in EU law, not just what we think). The rules provide for high welfare standards, and the practice of keeping cows housed all year round is banned. Organic cows must eat a natural, grass-based 100% organic diet, and not pushed beyond their natural limits.
As a result, we believe the milk we produce is the most pure and natural you can find, all the way from grass to glass.
Our farms are positive, encouraging places that work with, not against, nature. Crops and local wildlife are nurtured and used as natural assets to feed the land and prevent illness on the farm. Our cows are free-range. They spend most of their time roaming, eating and dozing outdoors, and only come in when the weather’s bad.
When you buy organic milk you are guaranteed:
Natural grass-based diet
No routine use of antibiotics
No artificial, chemical fertilisers or herbicides are used on our pastures
High standards of animal welfare
Farming that works with nature for maximum biodiversity