We graze our cows outside for as much of the year as possible, but they do have to come in in the winter – otherwise they would be standing up to their hocks in mud on our heavy clay farm. The cows have been very content since they came in.... read more →
If you’re a pedigree breeder like us, you have the opportunity to have your animals classified, once or twice a year. This means that a classifier from HoIstein UK , the breed association, visits the farm, and scores the cattle according to various traits – feet and legs, locomotion, fore... read more →
We are recruiting for someone to make our dairy produce and also to sell at farmers markets. This is a full time position. Please see indeed.com if you would like to apply. https://www.indeed.co.uk/Brinkworth-Dairy-jobs Job Description Award winning expanding dairy on family farm seeks candidate to manufacture produce in our small... read more →
RO’S BLOG The cows are already out full time, going out this year on March 23rd. This was much later than last year, when the cows went out in January and stayed out till early November, only being in one week when it snowed. We like to have our cattle... read more →
cowman comment cowman 2 In case you missed , 'Cowman Comment', here is our contribution for Hill End Farm.
Overview: We are looking for an eager and hardworking person to come and join the team at Brinkworth Diary. Day to day duties will include the making of cheese, butter, yoghurts, ice cream, milk and cream. Alongside this you will be expected to attend and sell produce at farmers markets... read more →
DAIRY farmer Joe Collingborn does not know whether to celebrate a hat trick or a double after one of his cows gave birth to rare triplets - the second time he has had such a delivery on his hands. Cows have a one in 100,000 chance of giving birth to... read more →