What's Different About Organic Farming?
‘Organic’ is the word used to describe a way of farming that is friendlier to the environment and which we believe is kinder to the animals and produces food that is better for you.
Organic farmers spend at least two years converting their farm to organic and are then inspected regularly to ensure that they are keeping the organic rules. If they don’t, they will lose their organic status.
Some non-organic farms choose to use similar methods to organic farms and take excellent care of their cows and the environment but they are not required to do so.
For more information on Organic Standards please visit our organic milk website.
Here are just some of the differences between organic and non-organic farming.