Put Nature First

It all starts with organic farming: taking a lead from nature, working with the seasons and natural rhythms to get the very best results, because when we look after nature, nature looks after us.

Of course, we know we aren’t perfect, so no matter what we do or achieve, we’re always looking to do more. Here are just a few of the things we’re doing to help put nature first…

For us, good farming is about working with nature rather than against it.

Doing things the right way all starts with the ground beneath our feet.

We’re well on our way to making sure all our packaging is recycled and recyclable.

Get Your Hands Dirty

Get Your Hands Dirty

We teamed up with chef, food writer and soil activist Gizzi Erskine to talk about the importance of soil and regenerative organic farming.  

Gizzi is a soil lover so fits in well at Yeo! “As a chef, I’m obsessive about food and the best ingredients, but over the last few years I’ve been on a journey focusing on where our food comes from and how it impacts the environment. I’ve learnt that it all comes back to the soil. 

Watch the video to see what happened when she came to our organic farm and spoke to our very own Tim Mead.

We're Crazy about Clover


We're Crazy about Clover

Ah clover.

This humble 3 (or sometimes 4!) leaved miracle worker is one of our favourite and most hard-working plants in the valley!

We plant clover as part of our herbal grass leys for many reasons. It helps improve  soil health and also provides additional nutrients for our cows.

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Meet the New-Bees

Meet the New-Bees

We bee-lieve pollination is key on the farm!

Bees are an integral part of farming and food production so we very much see them as VIPs!

We’ve had bee hives in the valley for a while now and so we’re working with Buckley’s Bees to share our fuzzy friends with other dairy farms.


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You can recycle your big pots of yogurt

You can recycle your big pots of yogurt

Our big pots of yogurt are widely recycled once you’ve finished the yogurt inside.

Unzip the cardboard sleeve, rinse the pot and separate.

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