Scots must travel to England to buy raw milk

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Paul said…
You can get it just over the border in Cumbria if you want some, I get it all the time. It is near Birdoswald, near Gilsland, just off the A69.

They only have a web page, but I get mine from the Farmers Market at Brampton on the last saturday of the month and Carlisle Farmers market on the First friday of the month, plus the odd trip out there to get some from the tea room when it’s open.

http://www.slackhousefarm.co.uk/

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4 Responses to “Scots must travel to England to buy raw milk”

  1. Anonymous says:

    What’s that all about then?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Many thanks for the post Paul but close to a 200 mile round trip from where I live on the east coast. Will try contacting farms around the Berwick – Wooler area tomorrow.

    Jist luv the foto o’ the muckle Jessie wae the skirt on waern leg wurmmers, an am saein nowt aboot his pan an hairdoo as a wid jist like tae hae sum o’ thone on ma napper.

    Gordon.

  3. Woodsy42 says:

    Of course you can buy it in a supermarket in France. The EU may ban it but the french are good at ignoring regulations they don’t like.

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