Organic Farms

The home of no-nonsense milk

Milk bottle

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

Milk tester

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

On The Farm

No two OMSCo farms are the same, but all of us have to meet a set of legal criteria that guarantees a standard of natural, high-welfare farming and the production of proper, no-nonsense milk.

Becoming organic is not an easy or quick process. It takes a minimum of two years’ preparation to turn a standard farm into a fully functioning organic farm, during which time the milk cannot be sold as organic.

Every organic farm has to meet standards set out by an organic certification body. These standards include: how we care for our animals; how we ensure our soils remain healthy; how we care for wildlife and the natural environment on the farm; and the fair and ethical treatment of any staff we employ. Once we have the body’s badge of approval, we’re inspected every year to ensure we’re holding up our end of the bargain and that those standards are still being met.

We farm like this because, to us, that’s how farming should be. We don’t try to push the natural boundaries to get more from our land or from our cows. We use our experience and our understanding of the land and animals to create a sustainable business that’s built to last, and to produce naturally good milk.

As a delicate ecosystem that is full of life, an organic farm aims to work in harmony with nature, rather than against it. Not only do we select and breed cows and crops that are right for the type of land we have, we also ensure we work with, and look after, the natural environment on the farm.

Sometimes organic methods, such as the use of crop rotation, may seem very traditional. But we are also exploring ways to use new technologies, such as adopting different forms of renewable energy production, including wind power and solar energy.

By doing things the organic way, we know our milk production system is free from artificial chemical fertilisers. Our cows graze land that has not been sprayed with artificial pesticides. GM cattle feed and the routine use of antibiotics are not permitted.

It’s your guarantee that our organic milk is totally natural and pure.

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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