Our family have been farming on this land since 1730 and have looked after all the animals and wildlife that it supports for generations. In days gone by we used to sell milk from churns in the early 1900s and more recently we sold our milk to local shops in the 1980s as Morrow’s milk. Back then it was sold as unpasteurised milk or raw milk but that was brought to an end by law when pasteurisation became compulsory.
Since then we have always been a dairy farm producing top quality milk by keeping our cows outside for as long as possible. We calve all our cows in spring so that they can go straight outdoors to the fields to produce almost all of our milk from grass. By relying on solar powered pastures rather than oil powered crops to feed the cows,this farm represents a sustainable, reliable source of food.
On average our cows will be out on grass for 280 days a year producing delicious, nutritious, free range milk.