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Sky News: Little Big Dairy producing milk, taking control of their 'own destiny'

The Little Big Dairy process their own milk and cream, with their products being sold from Dubbo to Sydney – a move that farmer Steve Chesworth says is integral to the company “taking control” of its own destiny. Little Big Dairy is one of only five family-based farms who process...

Terms & Conditions: Little Big Dairy is turning 6! Win 6 week’s worth of free milk

Download Terms & conditions for birthday competition Information on how to enter and the prize form part of these Conditions of Entry. The Promoter is The Little Big Dairy Co (A.B.N 51 164 224 686) of 25L Rawsonville Bridge Road, Rawsonville NSW 2830. Entry is open to Australian residents only....

Western Magazine: Little Big Dairy Co win medals in the 2019 Australian Food Awards

Despite this being the first time entering into the 2019 Australian Food Awards, central west dairy farmers Little Big Dairy were awarded medals for all of their product lines.Little Big Dairy Co won gold medals for its Full Cream milk, Less Cream milk and Pouring Cream.Silver medals were awarded for...

Farm Online: Webinars drive manufacturing insights for small-scale dairy manufacturers

Dairy Australia's Dairy Manufacturing Workforce Webinar series is proving to be a valuable resource for dairy farmers and small-scale dairy manufacturers.In May, subscribers to the webinar series heard from The Little Big Dairy Co's Emma Elliott, who entered small-scale manufacturing in 2013.Ms Elliott's family, the Chesworths, has been dairy farming...

Daily Liberal: Little Big Dairy Co's Erika Chesworth says no to dairy discounting

NSW Farmers remains committed to pushing for the end to dairy discounting. Dairy discounting by retailers has eroded the sustainability and strength of the NSW dairy industry since 2011.Farmers have not had the opportunity to build resilience into their business and the current dry conditions are highlighting this fact. Farmers...

Daily Liberal: Little Big Dairy Co family battling to keep milk on the shelves

Fifth generation dairy farmers from Dubbo are struggling to keep their milk and cream products on the shelves as supermarkets push the ‘drought levy’ milk brands to customers.The Chesworth family are speaking out against the artificial drought levies introduced in Coles and Woolworths brand milk, arguing the milk levies are temporary and will do...