Located in the village of St Brides Major, Penuchadre Farm has been farmed by the Morgan family for 7 generations, dating back to 1792.
We have been organically certified since 2000.
Our ethos is to give our animals the very best quality of life while working in harmony with the environment and wildlife.
Our very much loved small dairy herd of individually named cows, graze our clover rich pastures and produce delicious organic milk.
The Milk Hut is self-serve.
It is open between 7am and 11pm, 365 days a year!
Caroline studied Agriculture at Harper Adams and at Aberystwyth University before joining the family farm. She takes daily responsibility for our herd and can usually be found in the milking parlour, where she can happily call each cow by their name. Caroline's two young children Catrin and Rhydian are always helping on the farm. Keep an eye out for (3 year old) Rhydian on his quad bike!
James studied Agriculture and Agricultural Engineering at Wiltshire College before joining the family farm. Skilled with machinery, James takes the lead on producing all of the feed for our cows alongside sustainably managing our land. In his spare time, James is heavily involved with Wick Young Farmers and also plays rugby for Llantwit Major RFC.
Dad John has farmed Penuchadre for 50 years, taking over from his father to continue the succession of Morgan's. A former Wick RFC rugby player, John has invested years of hard work into our land. Now in his 60s and still farming everyday, he is rightly proud to see how the public have embraced The Milk Hut and our Organic Milk.
A farmer’s daughter herself, Cariad has been with us since we opened The Milk Hut. Specialising in livestock, Cariad is an invaluable member of the team and helps with all aspects of farming at Penuchadre.
A Chartered Surveyor and director at Cowbridge based property firm Herbert R Thomas, Matt helps us with our branding, website and social media.