Langage Farm

Langage farm near Plymouth, Devon has been a working farm for nearly 900 years; it was even mentioned in the Doomsday Book. Langage Farm is now farmed by the Harvey Family who started making Clotted Cream for a local shop in 1980. They now employ over 50 people, and have a herd of over 250 Jersey and Guernsey cows.

They produce some of the most delicious dairy produce; Devonshire clotted cream, frozen yoghurt and sorbets, crème fraiche, soft and cream cheese. A variety of over 30 different flavoured ice creams are also produced – Blackberry & Apple Crumble, Cookies and Cream, caramel pecan punch to name just a few.

Langage Farm was awarded Best Dairy Producer at Devon County Show 2009


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