Ruminating on seaweed

Brades Farm Barista Milk started life as an innovation to prove there was a market for a fully traceable milk back to the farm that was of the highest quality available to baristas, performed and tasted better than any milk on the market, with animal welfare and farm management at the forefront of what we stood for. Looking at reducing methane emissions goes hand in hand with this. Back in 2017, Joe started to look at a form of Seaweed called Asparagopsis Taxiformis as a potential means, however could see it wasn't an option as a current solution. Through this we were introduced to Mootral - A natural product developed from garlic and citrus that had been in development for over a decade and was proving impressive scientific results at reducing methane in cows, once fed it sees results immediately, the health of the herd showed positive benefits and was available to test in a commercial environment, which we did and have been ever since!

Burping Cows Get the Green Light to Join Carbon-Offset Market

Cows at Brades Farm become the first in the world to generate Carbon Credits by using a natural feed supplement Mootral.

Brades announced as finalists for Sustainability Initiative of the Year at food Matters Live Awards 2019

Brades are proud to announce that they have been named as finalists at the Food Matters Live Awards 2019. The farm has been listed alongside The United Nations & Aduna, Costa Coffee, Little Freddie, Spicebox and Corn Oil Press for the Sustainability Initiative of the Year Award.

Brades Announced as Finalists in Prestigious TYE Trophy Award for Environmental Recognition

A prestigious award that recognises conservation and environmental improvements in commercially successful farms. The competition is judged through the North of England.

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