The Goodness of Fernleaf UHT Milk That Make It So Delicious (a.k.a. 100% Mmmmm)

Posted on Oct 1, 2018 in Lifestyle

At Fernleaf, our cows are at the heart of our dairy farming business and the farmers take care of them very seriously.

In New Zealand, we farm the way nature intended ,with our cows grazing on lush pastures.

As a result, the milk produced is the richest natural food source of bio-available calcium and many other essential nutrients including high quality protein, vitamin A and vitamin D.

Did you know that not all dairy cows are grass-fed?


New Zealand’s fertile soil, excellent rainfall, and abundant sunshine make it one of the best places in the world to produce milk.

It is one of the few countries where dairy cows can graze outdoors, without being confined to cubicles, on high quality fresh grass that gives them the best from nature to produce high quality nutritious milk.

By spending 90% of the time grazing grass freely on sunny days, they receive healthy dose of vitamin D. Hence the cows produce milk with typically higher levels of vitamin D as compared to other dairy cows that are often confined in indoors.

Fernleaf Milk

What’s making it more interesting, with the high quality of grass, cozy climate, clean air and water, those dairy cows produce milk naturally without needing any form of milk booster, nothing better than that.

With over 140 years of experience in dairy farming, I’m sure all of us knew about the dedicated farmers who take pride in their work, ensure the highest quality at every stage of milk production — from clean water, high quality grass and all the way to the finished products.

If you love drinking milk, Fernleaf brand of the milk must be the brand that you need to include in your daily life.

2 thoughts

  1. Maria Firdz

    October 3, 2018

    Ramai betul dok post pasal lembu.. Hehe.. Ini rahsianya ya..


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