Milk Stations in the UK
Nell’s Dairy organic Guernsey milk is one of its kind, their cows graze on lush organic clover leys and drink the purest water from a well 130 metres under their feet – only the best for the ladies! Nothing is done to the milk other than gently pasteurising it and once cooled delivering it to the Milk Station about 15 minutes down the road, or a mere nine food miles away. The end result is delicious creamy gold coloured milk with a flavour that speaks for itself.
The Kingham Plough
If you visit this machine, why not stop for a drink or sample the Plough’s seasonally changing menu prepared by top chefs: their work has been awarded top accolades such as “Country Dining Pub of the Year” by The Good Pub Guide!
Cotswold Farm Park
Adam Henson’s Farm Park is part of the 650 hectare Bemborough Farm set in the idyllic rolling Cotswold landscape and which includes Barton Bushes, a Site of Special Scientific Interest. As well as leading the way in environmentally friendly farming and offering exceptional camping facilities, guests can embark on a two mile Wildlife Walk, visit the Touch Barn, and enjoy great food at the Stables Snack Bar.
Suffolk Farmhouse Cheeses
Suffolk Farmhouse Cheeses is an independent family run business producing exceptional quality milk and cheeses from their pedigree Guernsey cows. Their hand crafted Suffolk Gold, Suffolk Blue, and various seasonal cheeses can be bought from the farm, or various local farmers markets. Winning the Green Award at the Best Alternative Land Enterprise (BALE) run by the Suffolk Agricultural Association is a testament to Jason and Katharine’s holistic approach to farming. Customers visiting the on-site farm shop can now also purchase delicious Guernsey milk that has travelled precisely zero miles from their Station 1 machine.