First Milk, a British farmer-owned dairy co-operative, is inviting local families to a summer celebration on Saturday, August 5, from 12 noon to 6 pm at Pelcomb Farm near Haverfordwest. The event promises an engaging experience where visitors will witness regenerative farming in action, get insights into modern milk tankers, and even have the opportunity to sample the delectable Golden Hooves Regenerative Cheddar. Attendees will have the chance to meet the farmers and cows responsible for producing fresh milk each day.
However, the celebration goes beyond just a fun day out for families. First Milk and its farmer members have made a strong commitment to protecting nature, caring for their cows, and supporting local communities. They are dedicated to producing high-quality dairy products in an environmentally responsible manner, aiming to be part of the climate solution.
The event will not only showcase the innovative practices implemented by First Milk but will also feature their customers and suppliers who have joined the journey to achieve net-zero emissions. This collective effort to reduce carbon footprints and promote sustainable practices has earned First Milk recognition and accolades. They received the prestigious B Corp certification, which highlights their commitment to social and environmental responsibility. Additionally, they were honoured with the King’s Award for Enterprise for Sustainable Development.
This celebration at Pelcomb Farm serves as a platform to demonstrate that dairy farming can be both economically viable and environmentally conscious. Local food and craft stalls will add to the festivities, and there will be fun activities for kids, making it an enjoyable day out for the whole family.
Saturday, August 5, will mark an inspiring occasion to witness how First Milk and its farmer members are actively contributing to a greener future, proving that sustainable practices can be embraced by the dairy industry. So, if you’re looking for a delightful and educational experience, head over to Pelcomb Farm, Haverfordwest, SA62 6EA, and be part of the journey towards a more sustainable tomorrow.