September 2018

UPDATE: We had the first of two TB skin tests; we didn't have any reactors, and if we go clear at our 2nd test in the middle of October, we will hopefully be able to start selling raw milk again. Please sign up to receive our newsletter and we will let you know when the raw milk is back!

At the moment, the APHA have no evidence that we have TB, but nonetheless because we had a heifer react to the TB skin test back in April, we lost our official TB free status and therefore we need to pass the 2 short interval skin tests to regain our official TB free status that we need to sell raw milk.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

We regret to announce that we have decided to cancel this year’s Mad Marsh Run event (scheduled 6th Oct 2018)
We are sorry for the disappointment and inconvenience our decision may cause, but we will be back next year with what we hope will be a fantastic event for you! We will announce the date of our first event at some time in October. In the meantime, get your running shoes on and prepare for the Mad Marsh Run 2019!
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If you live in one of the following postcode areas you may be able to join one of our local milk delivery rounds:

BN8, BN20, BN21, BN22, BN24, BN26, BN27, TN21, TN33, TN35, TN34, TN37, TN38, TN39, TN40, TN19

You would be able to have our lovely organic, grass-fed, single herd, milk delivered the traditional way in returnable, reusable glass bottles, (or poly bottles if you prefer), along with our other products: grass-fed butter, cream, & ghee made from our organic milk; as well as free-range eggs from Dunsters' Farm at Cowbeech; organic smoothies from Court Lodge in Wartling; & local potatoes when in season