No, we don’t.
Milk valorisation is a fancy word that means you sell the individual parts of the milk to whoever offers the most money for it.
For instance, our Full Fat milk naturally contains 6% fat, whereas you can legally call something full fat if it contains 3.5% fat.
What that means is that you can technically skim the remaining 2.5% fat from the milk and sell it on for good money.
But we don’t do that because it doesn’t make our milk taste better and we don’t think it’s particularly ethical.
The only time we reduce the fat content in our milk is for our Semi Skimmed milk as it is a legal requirement that semi skimmed dairy products contain just 1.5% fat.