Meet The Grahams
The Graham Family has been dairy farming for 3 generations, so it really is in our blood. When you grow up on a farm you learn the ropes pretty quickly – the best ways to look after our herds, lending a hand in the milking parlour and helping run the business. Now, son Robert and daughter Carol love getting stuck in too. And that includes the mucking out occasionally.
Our family story
A genuine family business, Graham’s was founded in 1939 by Robert Graham in Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire, where he reared 12 cows, milked them by hand then made all deliveries by horse and cart.
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Jersey Cows are intelligent, very well natured and are very well adapted to living in Scotland. Their light body weight and resilience means that they can stay out for longer as you go into winter and head back out earlier in the spring, as they wont sink into our cold, wet ground. They also make lots of milk for small cows, 30 litres a day each – what’s not to love?
We work with 100 specially selected farming partners across Scotland who follow Graham’s key values of Family, Farming, Heritage, Provenance and Quality.
Fun on the farm
A farm is a great place for kids, even a virtual farm like this one. And our cows can teach them a thing or two as well. Who says learning can’t be fun? So come into the farmyard.