Local and national media about our adventure.


Latitude Magazine (Issue 64 Mar-Apr 2019)

“Sheep’s milk may still seem a novelty to many Cantabrians, but a Charing Cross couple is hoping to change that with their lovingly handcrafted artisan sheep’s milk products.”

Online Guardian: Milking sheep a viable alternative (Nov 2017)

"New Lincoln research has suggested that dairy sheep are a better prospect than cows to fulfilling the green credentials New Zealand uses to differentiate its produce in the global market."

Rural Delivery (Saturday 27 May 2017)

"And sharing lessons learned from setting up a sheep dairy flock in Caterbury"

Lincoln lecturers taking control of the supply chain (May 2017)

"Lincoln University Agribusiness academics Guy and Sue Trafford are walking the talk and taking control of the supply chain, after a frustrating year trying to get their sheep milk to market."

On The Land - Education (Oct 2016)

While most sheep farmers look at breeding for wool and meat production, there is a lot of money to be made by milking them.

RNZ - Belief in sheep's milk put to the test (Feb 2015)

"One man who sees the potential in sheep milk opportunites is putting it to the test."

Bayleys: Canterbury - The land of sheep milk and honey (Nov 2015)

RNZ: Ice cream for ewe (Feb 2015)

"Guy and Sue Trafford are about to start milking sheep on their property near Darfield in Canterbury."

ChristchurchNZ: Opportunities for rural diversification in Canterbury (Nov 2015)

Stuff: Sheep milk promises smooth ice cream (Feb 2015)

"Lincoln University lecturer Guy Trafford is putting his money where his mouth is and setting up a sheep milking flock to make ice cream."