Netherend Dairy is located on the family farm which is situated between the rivers Severn and Wye,
bordering the Royal Forest of Dean. They are a family business and they recognise that the main priority is to produce a first class butter and provide the best customer service that they possibly can.
The cream that they use is produced by cows who graze in the lush pastures of South West England.
The farmers are passionate about the health and welfare of their cows and try to ensure that they have a predominantly grass fed diet from grazing in the pastures during the summer months. The freshness of the cream together with it being traditionally churned in a barrel churn, produces a quality butter with a unique creamy fl avour that tastes “like proper butter should”. We are very proud that Netherend Farm butter is now used throughout the country by Michelin star chefs and can be found on the finest dining tables of the top hotels and restaurants. You may also be served with it if you are lucky enough to fly first class!
When broken, the appearance of good quality butter should present a somewhat jagged, irregular surface. It should have a mild, sweet, clean creamy flavour, delicate aroma and texture. This is what
differentiates the traditionally made butter and these characteristics ensure that once you have
tasted Netherend Farm Butter, no other butter will compare.
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