Fresh Milk


Health Benefits of Drinking Milk

Milk and dairy products are providers of calcium, phosphorous, magnesium and protein which are all essential for healthy bone growth and development. 

Adequate consumption of milk and dairy from early childhood and throughout life can help to make the bones strong and protect them against diseases like osteoporosis in later life.
There is considerable evidence to suggest that consumption of low fat dairy products can help to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes especially from non-homogenised milk.

Non-Homogenised milk is essentially milk that has been left in its natural state and has not had the fat particles broken down under pressure; therefore the cream sits on top. It’s easier for your body to digest and can help lower your risk for heart disease.

Contrary to popular belief, research has shown that people who consume milk and dairy foods are likely to be slimmer than those who do not.  Studies have also shown that consumption of milk and dairy foods as part of a calorie controlled diet is associated with weight loss **


Our Vintage Milk Float is open 24 hours a day - 7 days a week!


Churchfields milk is produced right here on the farm and is pasteurised and non-homogenised. Our Pedigree herd have received numerous awards and are farmed to Red Tractor Standards which produces great tasting milk and ice cream. 

Located on site in our car park, and available in both whole and semi-skimmed, you need only purchase your bottle and tokens from our cafe to have fresh, delicious milk whenever you like!

 Our decorative, glass bottles are priced at only £2.50. This includes your first milk token. Additional milk tokens can be purchased for only .90p


Churchfields Salted Butter

Our butter is churned in small batches using fresh, local ingredients. We then add Droitwich Salt in just the right amount to give our butter that delicious creamy & lightly salted taste.

Churchfields Salted Butter is available to purchase from the Barn Cafe and is sold in 200 gram packages.


**Excerpts from The Dairy Council’s article: Health Benefits of Milk.

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