Organic Milk Facts

Think of organic as a guaranteed standard

Organic Farms

The home of no-nonsense milk

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Healthy Cows

Healthy cows mean healthy milk for you

Forget Fad Diets

Our cows only eat organic food, never GM

The Birds and the Bees

Our milk helps British wildlife to flourish

From The Ground Up

The best milk starts with the best soil

Cows Love Routine

You could set your watch by our milking schedule

Bat, butterfly and bee

Chilled Out

Our milk is kept in controlled conditions for maximum food safety

No Nasties

Everything you’d expect and nothing you wouldn’t means all our milk is naturally pure

Passing The Test

Only the highest-quality milk leaves the farm

Made To Measure

Skimmed, semi-skimmed or full fat, we make the lot

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A Glass Act

Does organic taste different?

Aisles Of Goodness

Organic milk is available at most major supermarkets

Whiter Than White Stuff

The purest milk, guaranteed

Health and Illness

Many non-organic, intensive farms use antibiotics to prevent possible infection, which can damage productivity. There is growing evidence that the routine use of antibiotics is linked to emergence of superbugs in animals, with potential long term unknown consequences for humans. For this reason, we never routinely use antibiotics on our farms.

Organic farming doesn’t go in for quick fixes and we don’t agree with treating animals with antibiotics unless they actually need them – just like humans. Instead, we make sure we have the right breed of cows with a stronger, more-resilient immune system to tackle infection and disease, and, where possible, explore the use of alternative medicines, such as homeopathy.

If our cows do get ill, their welfare and wellbeing are our top priority, and – although we aim to stay away from antibiotics – we will use them when it is absolutely necessary. We would never compromise the welfare of our animals.

If we do treat a cow with an antibiotic, she is milked separately and we test her milk to ensure all traces of the medicine have gone before we bring her back into the herd. Organic regulations require us to keep the cow’s milk out of the supply chain two or three times longer than non-organic rules, to guarantee the milk is free of antibiotics.

How we make milk

Grazing and Ecosystem

No GM – Our cows only eat organic, natural food

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Smarter farming means working with our natural assets

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You might not expect it, but good milk starts with good soil.

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We have never and will never use artificial pesticides, insecticides, fungicides or herbicides

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