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  • Temon Farm – Cumberland
    Temon Farm Three children stood behind three cows. I assume they are children because they appear to be significantly shorter than the cows, and a quick search on the internet tells me that the average […]
  • Cows of Covington – Lanarkshire
    Cows of Covington The children at Robert Owen Primary school did a fine job designing this limited-edition bottle for Hillhead of Covington Milk Hut in South Lanarkshire. The Milk Hut (an impressively converted shipping container […]
  • Mortons Milks – Ayrshire
    Mortons Milk Mortons milk, simply delicious says the face of bottle and having tasted the milk I quite agree.  Mortons Milk offer farm fresh whole milk, or if you’d prefer, semi-skimmed milk, produced by a herd of happy […]
  • Herd Milk – Shropshire
    Herd Milk Adjective: Refined – with impurities or unwanted elements having been removed. Refined sums up the delightful Herd bottle with its elegant no-fuss design. Gently pasteurised, un-homogenised, farm-fresh milk from happy grass-fed cows at […]
  • Mitcheldean Milk Shed – Gloucestershire
    Mitcheldean Milk Shed The historic market town of Mitcheldean rests in the east of the Forest of Dean or Fforest y Ddena if you prefer the Welsh name. The church of St Michael rises like […]
  • The Dairy at Westhay – Somerset
    The Dairy at Westhay The name Westhay is derived from the old English’ English’ west haga,’’ meaning ‘‘The West field enclosed by hedges.’’ Westhay is situated four miles from Glastonbury on the Somerset Levels, and […]
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