The cows who produce the milk for the Wild Cow Dairy live happily in the fields surrounding Wicton Farm. They eat organic grass, tree leaves and other wild plants. They are milked once per day and we look after them with much kindness and love. Their breed is mostly British Friesian and they live long happy lives here on the farm.
Meet the cows
This is 670! She is 17 years old is the oldest cow in the herd. She has a uniquely heartfelt way of passing across her life experience to both cows and humans alike.
Margaret is a willing to listener and holds space whilst you tell her your hopes and dreams.
Em is the oldest in her little group of friends - she is very quiet and loves to eat lots of grass
Margot has a big personality and loves having a scratch against trees.
Star can be quite shy but is always curious when something new is happening.
960 is known as the BFC - the big friendly cow! She takes her time in everything she does and has to have a scratch everyday before she comes in to be milked. She is very gentle.
Beatrix is a herd leader! She actively seeks attention and is most likely a type 8 on the Enneagram scale ......
Delilah is Margaret's sister. She loves digging holes in the soil with her horns ..... which aerates the pasture and makes the grass grow better!