St Helen's Farm is situated on the edge of the Vale of York, close to the village of Seaton Ross. It is within these peaceful surroundings that Angus and Kathleen Wielkopolski raise their herd of goats, which provide the milk they use to make their popular range of goat's milk products since 1986.
Their goats are all bred from the best of three breeds: British Saanen, British Toggenburg and British Alpine. They are fed on a mixture of food that is mainly grown in the surrounding fields.
Angus and Kathleen's goat's milk butter is the perfect alternative to cow's butter. It is made from pure, pasteurized goat's cream and a pinch of salt to bring out the full flavor. Churned in the traditional farmhouse way, this is a smooth and creamy butter.