No. But we use no growth hormones, pesticides or chemical sprays on the pastures nor chemical fertilizers. We use antibiotics if an animal is sick and her milk is then excluded from cheesemaking until she is cleared.
Are young animals left on their mothers after birth?LBD2020-06-25T17:58:38+10:00
Yes. Newborns and their mothers are left in the nursery paddock for several days after birth. We keep an eye on them to ensure they are suckling well and the mother is eating and drinking after birth. We then start milking the mother to ensure she has no udder infection and we start feeding her extra to ensure she will reach optimum milk production. After the first week the mother is reintroduced to the milking herd and returns to the calf/kid overnight. During this time we start to feed the kid/calf extra milk and hay. This continues for 6-8 weeks until the calf/kid weans itself.
What happens to your young male animals?LBD2020-06-25T17:59:39+10:00
Order and pay via the online shop. At checkout enter your postcode and you will be provided with delivery days and time slots available. Choose one and you are good to go! Please note because the courier is refrigerated and the cheese is packed in cardboard boxes please ensure you are available to take delivery.
Which postcodes do you deliver to?LBD2020-06-25T18:15:11+10:00
It is packed in a cardboard box and delivered by refrigerated courier. We don’t use polystyrene or other insulating materials to reduce waste and cost so please choose a delivery time when you will be able to take delivery. PLEASE NOTE THE COURIER WILL NOT OPEN CLOSED PROPERTY GATES – THIS IS A LEGAL RESTRICTION AND YOUR ORDER WILL BE LEFT AT THE GATE.
How much does delivery cost?LBD2023-10-27T16:02:56+11:00