The increasingly popular Wagon House is in attendance at this year’s Bridport Food Festival.
They recently received full permission from their EHO to bottle their own milk and milkshakes for local establishments! If anyone knows anywhere that would like supplied with fresh milk and milkshakes then get in touch and they will add you to their growing list!
Coming very soon toAttisham Farm, nr.Broadwindsor – a Milk Vending Machine.
Stuart & Louise Hayball will run this small family business, producing quality, fresh, pasteurised whole milk, from their lovely herd of British Holstein cows.
Attisham Farm is located at Templemens Ash, just before Birdsmoorgate on the B3164, shown below.
Asked whether they had a favourite cow . . . Louise commented “..there are many!…..Daisy, Annabelle, Angus, Snowy, Louise, Millie, Olive, Lofty, Bluey, Exclamation, Bubbles, Jess, Cinnamon, Pepsi, Poppy, Eve….to name but a few!“
They arrival of the machine is imminent so hopefully they will be up and running in the not too distant future.
Look out for their delicious milk, milkshakes, and more!
The name Hayballis already familiar to many local residents. The Hayball family have been milking at Attisham Farm for nearly 100 years.
Proud to be working in British Farming is Stuart’s cousin Neil Hayball, who with his wife, Rachel and their 6 children, have their sheep graze in a few of Neil’s parents’ fields which are just below Pilsdon pen. Neil & Rachelsell their Speckets Knapp Lamb locally, advertising on their Facebook page and local groups. Please Tel: 07710 608951 with any enquiries.