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

Why Organic Milk Costs More

Our milk costs more simply because it costs the farmer more to produce it.

Organic milk is a little more expensive than standard milk because making a product that’s pure, produced naturally and guarantees the highest animal welfare isn’t cheap or easy.

Specifically, non-GM cattle feed is more expensive, fewer cows can be farmed per hectare of organic land and the volume of milk each organic cow produces is at a lower, more natural, level. This means the farmer has to charge more for the milk to cover his costs for feed, labour and volume.  But there are none of the hidden environmental costs to pay. Its around £1 per week for the average family of four to switch to organic milk, which we think is great value, all things considered.

For us, it’s about more than making a profit. It’s about producing a quality product you can trust.

But think about this: as well as having a pure product with no unnatural additives, by paying that little extra, each typical family that switches to organic milk – drinking two pints a day – will turn 1,200 square metres of countryside organic. To find out how much this benefits the natural landscape, read about our natural farms.

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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