Top and Breakfast Milk are unique in that the milk comes exclusively
from pedigree herds of Jersey & Guernsey cows frequently
referred to by the dairy trade as "Channel Islands milk".
These world famous cattle were first introduced into the Channels
Islands by French monks over 1000 years ago. With careful
breeding they have steadily improved over the years and have
proved remarkably adaptable in all climates, latitudes and
The quality of the milk produced by these gentle, doe-eyed
creatures is unsurpassed it is rich, creamy and golden
as well as naturally high in protein and calcium.
Jersey Cattle are relatively small in size (400-450kg highest
weight) and hence do not produce the largest milk yield, but
these cows do produce the highest fat and protein content
of any breed. For example, a packet of Jersey butter (250g)
can be made from 4 litres of their milk, whereas it