Q: When do you know it is time for the cows to go to sleep?
A: When it is pasture bedtime.
My name is Alice and I know lots about our award-winning farm. The girls and I have been here quite a while and we are lucky to have a lot of wonderful history here.
Did moo know for instance, that Langage Farm was mentioned in the Domesday Book? The Domesday Book was commissioned in December 1085 by William the Conqueror. The original Domesday Book has survived over 900 years of English history and is currently housed in a specially made chest at The National Archives in Kew, London.
Langage Farm has remained a working farmstead for over 900 years in the rolling Devonshire countryside. In 1980 the Harvey family started to produce our world-famous clotted cream from us Jersey and Guernsey cows for a nearby shop. From that moment, our name has been synonymous with delicious Devon products…a little Heaven from Devon – udderly delicious.
We moo-ved from the original farm in Langage, Plympton to pastures news just across the fields to our moo farm in Smithaleigh in 2003.
Today, the company employs around 50 people and I am part of a herd of over 250 special Jersey and Guernsey cows. Together we produce the most wonderful cream, ice creams, yoghurts, spreads, dips, cream cheese…..too many to list. Why don’t moo take a trot around our website to find out more.
You can buy our products in our Ridgeway Shop, Plympton, Plymouth as well as from a whole host of shops, cafes and restaurants – graze our Stockists page for more details.
Pleased to moo you, Alice.