Guernsey Milk

Full of A2 Goodness

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Unique Property of Guernsey Milk - 1

Beta Carotene - As this is not digested and broken down by Guernsey cows, it creates the wonderful golden colour in the milk and its products.

Unique Property of Guernsey Milk - 2

Omega 3 - Guernsey milk is naturally better balanced than other milks, with test results showing it to have one part omega 3 to two parts omega 6, whereas all other milks are one part omega 3 to six parts omega 6.

Unique Property of Guernsey Milk - 3

Beta Casein A2 - Guernsey milk has a naturally high percentage of Beta Casein A2 (tested to be more than 95% of A2). Other milks have shown to be between 40% (Jersey milk) and 15% (Holstein milk).
Guernsey Milk - Full of A2 Goodness
Positive comments from UK Doctor PDF Print E-mail
Written by Digby Gribble   
Thursday, 07 February 2013 10:19

"I sent a rapid response dated 15 January 2013, drawing attention to the level of diabetes in different countries being proportional to the level of A1 milk consumption. I said there was no hope of improving UK the level of type 1 diabetes due to the unavailability of A2 milk. I was wrong. A2 milk has been available in some UK supermarkets since October 2012. A dairy company is genetically testing their cows. Milk from A2 producing cows is then being sold separately to milk from A1 producing cows.

As I described it is the peptide BCM-7, produced by the digestion of A1 milk, that causes type 1 diabetes. BCM-7 is linked to various other diseases. For example the oxidation of LDL particles in artery walls by BCM-7 leads to plaque formation and >coronary artery disease. These claims cannot be used to market A2 milk because of the risk of litigation from companies that sell the majority of milk which is from A1 producing cows. A2 milk is therefore advertised on the grounds that it tastes creamier and causes less frequent digestive problems than A1 milk. BCM-7 causes constipation and bloating due to its opiate like action.

It is feasible that all A1 dairy products could one day be replaced with A2 products. Hopefully soon A2 cream, yoghurt and butter will be available. If we are very lucky unpasteurised A2 milk from 100% grass fed animals might be available to those that prefer this type of milk. If the public was aware of the harm caused by A1 milk, demand for A2 milk might eliminate A1 milk from our diets."

The above comment was posted by UK General Practioner Dr Neville from Hertfordshire on the BMJ website and gives a positive endorsement for A2 milk

Last Updated on Monday, 08 April 2013 14:01
A2 Milk on Channel More4 Feb 2013 PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 04 February 2013 18:44
More 4 Channel, part of the Channel 4 listings, have an advert promoting A2 Milk using the help of Dannii Minogue. Ok it's not Guernsey milk but it's showing that A2 is once again being promoted on a fairly large scale. For more information please check out what they have to say. They also have a handy list of suppliers which you can locate your nearest using your postcode.
Last Updated on Monday, 04 February 2013 18:55
Guernsleigh Cheeses come on stream PDF Print E-mail
Written by Alison Goodfellow   
Friday, 27 April 2012 12:03

Ernie Durose has made a large investment in equipment at Grange Farm ,Lower Leigh, Staffordshire and is about to start making his range of Guernsleigh cheeses on the farm. He has been having the cheeses made by a third party as he has developed the products over the last couple of years.

Ernie can be contacted on 01538 722357 or by e-mail at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Last Updated on Friday, 27 April 2012 12:13
Fort Grey wins Gold at World Cheese Awards 2011 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Alison Goodfellow   
Friday, 27 April 2012 11:58

Fenella Madison has added a Gold Medal at the"World Cheese Awards" to the awards won for her Fort Grey cheese made in the garage of her home at Torteval in Guernsey.

Sandy Rose from Two Hoots Dairy at Barkham Reading also won Gold with her Barkham Blue which is made with a mix that is predominantly of Guernsey milk.

Congratulations to both ladies.

Fort Grey Guernsey Blue Wins Bronze In World Cheese Awards PDF Print E-mail
Written by Digby Gribble   
Thursday, 06 January 2011 14:00

Congratulations to Fenella Maddison who has won a Bronze award in the recent World Cheese Awards for her Fort Grey Guernsey Blue, click here to be taken to the Guild of Fine Food results 2010 page. In addition to making these cheeses she was recently thrilled to be asked to act as one of the Judges in the British Cheese Awards which she said she found most valuable in being able to sample so many other cheeses from all across the UK.

She has also recently featured on Woman's hour on Radio 4 talking about the changes in her career from nursing to cheese making.

Last Updated on Thursday, 06 January 2011 14:15
Welcome to the Guernsey Milk site PDF Print E-mail
Written by Digby Gribble   
Wednesday, 19 November 2008 08:48

We feel that with increasing interest in A2 Guernsey milk and its benefits, especially within Autism, that a site dedicated to information and the availability of Guernsey milk is required.

Recent reports on Channel 5 have led to more consumers looking to source Guernsey milk and although there are lists of producers on other Guernsey websites those sites are primarily talking about the cow rather than the product. This site is here to provide all of the necessary information about the milk, the products and where to buy it. Click here to see what Channel 5 news had to say.

Please scroll to the bottom of this page to check latest articles we've added.

Last Updated on Saturday, 10 January 2009 13:02
UK Suppliers by County PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 19 November 2008 15:11

Here is a known list of producers and suppliers of Guernsey milk and milk products. We have arranged this in alphabetical order of County for your convenience. Simply click on the highlighted farm name to be taken to their website.

Last Updated on Thursday, 07 February 2013 10:36
Information about Guernsey Milk PDF Print E-mail
Written by Digby Gribble   
Wednesday, 19 November 2008 09:02

Guernsey milk has several unique properties.

1 - Beta Carotene - As this is not digested and broken down by Guernsey cows it passes into the milk and creates the wonderful golden colour.

2 - Omega 3 - Guernsey milk contains three times as much Omega 3 as other milks.

3 - Beta Casein A2 - All of the samples of Guernsey milk tested in the UK has more than 95% A2 which compares with 40% A2 in Jersey milk and 15% in 'ordinary milk'.

Please read on to find out more ...

Last Updated on Friday, 28 November 2008 17:48
How about a Guernsey Cheese board? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Alison Goodfellow   
Tuesday, 09 December 2008 12:07

You may or may not have tried delicious Guernsey milk, along with its potential benefits, but have you tried any of the Guernsey cheeses? There is a whole range that would make a delicious cheese board ideal for any special occasion. For a complete selection, there are hard cheeses of the Cheddar type, soft cheeses like Brie or Camembert and blue cheeses like Stilton or Dolcelatte.

Last Updated on Monday, 11 October 2010 19:51
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