Fresh From The Farm

Andre and Ena Pietersen welcome you to Die Melkstal which is a small farm-style shop that can be found in the Main Road of Napier in the Overberg. Farm fresh milk gets collected daily from local farms in the area and then brought to Die Melkstal where it is pasteurised and sold to the public on-tap. Customers are kindly requested to bring their own bottles to the milk-filling station. Die Melkstal has other healthy goodies available for sale - freshly baked bread, thick and creamy yoghurt, tasty feta cheese, free-range eggs, fresh fruit, vegetables and wholesome products such as home-baked rusks. Furthermore, Andre and Ena invite local businesses and entrepreneurs to sell their produce and products in Die Melkstal.

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Fill your shopping basket with:

  • Pasteurised milk
  • Dairy products
  • Free-range eggs
  • Home-baked sourdough bread
  • Home-made rusks
  • Fresh fruit and vegetables
  • Sun-dried fruit
  • Potted plants
  • Worm tea (fertilizer)
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If you have fresh produce or a product that you wish to sell in Die Melkstal, contact them directly for more information.

More About Milk

More About Milk 

Here are five fun facts about milk:  

  1. Regular full-fat milk is less than 4% fat. The “fat” spoken of is actually cream.
  2. Dairy cows produce over 90% of the world’s milk.
  3. Cows produce an average of 24 litres of milk per day and 350,000 glasses of milk in a lifetime.
  1. Until 11,000 years ago, milk was toxic to humans. The only way we could consume it was lowering the lactose levels by turning it into cheese.
  2. Farmers who called their cows by name reported 258 litres higher milk yield than those who did not.
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