At Minha Farms, we believe that happy cows produce tastier, more nutritious, high-quality milk. That’s why we take utmost care of our milk bearers and their comfort is our top priority.
We ensure every cow is well cared for. We accommodate our cows in large-scale modern facilities that offer a veterinary clinic, a laboratory, shower facilities and state-of-the-art milking parlour. Responsible farming principles are good for our animals, good for our farmers, good for the industry, and for the entire communities.
Happy cows give quality milk. We treat our cows well, keep them nourished and clean, offer spacious barns, showers and perform regular medical checks by our veterinarians.Read more
We have taken an innovative approach to power our farm with solar panels. By generating energy on-site, we reduce our carbon-footprint and energy costs.Read more
Our experienced staff conducts quality tests of our milking operation on a daily basis to maintain the optimum quality of our cows’ fresh milk.Read more
Our cows take relaxing, cooling shower before the milking starts due to hot climate. 50 cows enter the comfortable, modern and effective parlour to produce the highest quality milk.
High quality feeding mix is provided to all our cows to ensure a healthy,
We offer our cows a relaxing, cooling shower before the milking starts, given our region’s summer temperatures.
Our cows, 50 at once, enter our comfortable and modern milking parlours to produce the highest quality milk.
Raw milk is transferred through hygienic system to chiller milk tank to keep our milk fresh.
Bacterial count, aflatoxin levels and milk composition are tested on a daily basis in our laboratory.
Milk is collected on a daily basis from our trusted clients to ensure freshness from grass to glass.
We are proud of our herd of Friesians-Holstein cows, which are imported from Australia. This breed of dairy cattle is originating from the Dutch province of Friesland, and what is now Schleswig-Holstein in Germany. They are known as the world’s highest-production dairy animals.