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

Our Milking Routine

Our cows are normally milked twice a day, every day.

Very early in the morning, and again in the afternoon, we take our cows to the milking parlour and milk them. We use milking machines for hygiene and for speed.

We milk the cows at the same time every day to create a routine – cows like a routine.

The cows usually come into the parlour in the same order at every milking.

The amount of milk they give each session varies from cow to cow, depending on their age, how recently they have calved and how they are feeling. Because a heavy udder can get quite uncomfortable, cows enjoy milking time, so it works out well for everyone.

We use the same milking machines you’d find on non-organic farms  – they are the best and most efficient way to get the whole herd milked each day.

Hygiene is at the heart of our milking process, to ensure the milk is of the highest quality. We start by cleaning the cows’ teats before putting the milking clusters on to them. The milk then flows through a filter to a refrigerated storage tank, where it is kept cool, ready to be sent to the dairy. After each milking, all parts of the plant are thoroughly sterilised with hot water and a cleaning agent.

Prevention is better than cure and that means spending a bit more time, care and attention at every step of the farming process. To prevent infections such as mastitis, which can be transmitted after contact with the milking machine, we hand-clean the cows’ teats and make sure each machine is thoroughly cleaned after every round of milking.

After milking, the cows return to the meadow or the barn, depending on the weather.


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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