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Yesterday’s Original Goat Make and a Record

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Yesterday, Stu and later with Andrew’s help, processed 1,950 litres of goat milk.  It was fantastic to see that much milk in the vat because of the national shortage of goat milk we have all been experiencing.  I know that this is not the fault of our goat milk supplier, simply that the milk has not been around and that in turn is largely down to the effect of the weather – a long and cold winter.  We are grateful for what we have received, but it has been very touch and go maintaining stock levels and this week, we actually ran out of Original Goat.  So you can imagine, this make is desperately needed!

We were very pleased to receive 3,800 litres of goat milk on Tuesday.  It was Andrew’s first day back to us after a couple of months’ off

lambing.  Andrew said that lambing has been very difficult this…

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