Looking for Unpasteurised Jersey Milk, Cream and Cheese and Luxurious Jersey Ice Cream?
Beaconhill Farm, in the heart of Herefordshire, produces the highest quality dairy products from a select herd of happy Jersey cows farmed to high standards in a low stress environment.
Our unpasteurised milk, also known as ‘raw milk’, ‘clean milk, ‘real milk’, or ‘green top milk’, is available direct from the farm and bottled fresh every morning. We now have a nationwide mail order service including Scotland.
We call our unpasteurised cream “Extra Double” cream, reflecting the extra thick cream produced by our Jersey cows.
John’s Luxurious Jersey Ice Cream is made on the farm to John’s own exclusive recipe, in a multitude of flavours such as Christmas Pudding, Cappucino, Malvern Gold and Vanilla.
How do you spell it? – we’ve seen it all ways – unpasteurised, unpasteurized, unpasterised, unpasterized, unpastuerised, unpastuerized – well you get the idea! However you spell it, its still great tasting natural fresh milk.
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John & Kate Barron
09 Nov, 2014 •
We are aware that there have recently been several cases of E. Coli O157 food poisoning reported in the national press that have been directly linked to the consumption of unpasteurised milk. We are pleased to be able to assure our customers that, following a thorough investigation by the FSA, our milk (Johns Jerseys) has [...]
05 May, 2014 •
Good news! Our new medium sized boxes can now hold 12 litres. Previously we had to put 12 litres in a big box which was not cost effective for you. Now you can have 12 litres for just £34.85 including packaging, ice packs and next day courier delivery!
31 Jan, 2014 •
The FSA have finally started the promised consultation around the sales of unpasteurised milk. Their preferred option is to retain the controls but provide more clarity. To have your say and contribute to the consultation, download the pack here.
08 Apr, 2013 •
From April 2013 we will have beef for sale. Collect your beef from the farm, talk to John and be assured of the origins of your meat. Definitely no horse DNA here!