A HEREFORDSHIRE dairy farm which has recently started selling its milk direct to customers is expanding again as it opens a coffee cabin.

Wicton Farm, in Rowden Lane near Bromyard, has recently installed a coffee machine alongside other food and drink in a shed.

Open 24 hours a day, the farm said All its hot drinks were made using fresh organic milk from the farm.


The cabin, with "beautiful views" and dedicated parking, sells coffee, tea, hot chocolate, organic milk and dog refreshments, it said.

There are also pies, cookies and apple juice for customers to buy.

Hereford Times: Inside the new Wicton Farm Coffee CabinInside the new Wicton Farm Coffee Cabin (Image: Wicton Farm)

The farm said the shed would be a "perfect destination when out walking, cycling, horse riding or out for a drive".

The cows at the farm are 100 per cent grass fed and only milked once a day, allowing them to keep their claves.

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“We want to create a sustainable system that mindfully empowers people and animals to regeneratively heal our natural world as well as creating a happy and healthy environment for both the farmers and the cows,” a farm spokesperson said.

“We want to be able to give people a choice about how their food is produced and feel that every community should have the opportunity to buy high-quality natural food and connect with the local farms that surround them.

The farm also has a vending and milkshake machine at Legges in Tenbury Road, Brmoyard.