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Wheel cheese is worth the wait – Posted in: News

Many of our friends are waiting patiently to receive their first orders of cheese from us and others are asking when will we resume deliveries? So we thought we would give you an update and assure you it will be worth the wait. In association with our move to new farmland we had to pause cheese-making. This was because we needed fresh local authority approvals for the new site. Also with our cows indoors for…

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Jan 2017 – Cow Relocation to Rutland – Posted in: Cows, News

Very busy weekend (21st and 22nd Jan 2017) moving the Ahimsa milking herd onto a rented site adjacent to the new land we are buying in Rutland. Everything went smoothly, and the cows were relaxed and were happy with their new home. Now follows a raw milk inspection with Food Standard Safety Agency, and we can make our application for producing pasteurised milk with our new local authorities.

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The hazards of trying to run a micro dairy – Posted in: News, Updates

An ugly acronym – HACCP – is just as unpleasant when it is spelt out. Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point is a formal and systematic food safety system that is used to control risks in the food industry and it is blighting our lives. We fully accept the need for safe procedures when producing and processing our milk, but from being a micro-dairy we are now in the hell of micro-management of our entire…

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