Street Farm Dairy

Photo:  Raw Milk is available fresh 7 days a week between the hours of 7am to 7pm at the farm gate. Reusable glass bottles are for sale inside.

Audio:  the BBC Radio interviews Joanna and David Lomas about their raw milk and vending machine (source).

Street Farm Dairy is situated at the foot of Kensall Hill in the heart of the beautiful Cheshire countryside and surrounded by the villages of Tarvin, Kelsall and Ashton.

Owners Joanna and David Lomas have been milking their pedigree Holstein cows and purebred Jersey cows for the past 32 years but say that they have had enough of poor returns which they have no control over. They say that the current setup of the dairy industry means they have no say or control over the prices they receive for their milk.

On the 19th of November 2016 the new Raw Milk vending machine was launched at Street Farm Dairy Tarvin. The family business are now producing and selling raw, unpasteurised milk direct to the local consumers in a bid to take control of their business.

Photo:  the raw milk vending machine was delivered in November 2016 on a pallet.

Photo:  local MP Antoinette Sandbach supports the dairy.


Posted on December 12, 2016 and filed under Raw Milk production.