Charles Lamming, founder of Lowna, registered his first goats in 1973.

During the seventies and early eighties the herd was gradually increased, Milk produced being used in the cattery. In the mid-nineties daughter Tricia and son-inlaw Tom decided to increase the herd and produce high quality, natural dairy products. The herd today consists of 60 milk-producing goats and followers comprising of British Toggenburgs, British Saanan and Anglo Nubians. As welfare is of paramount importance the goats are housed indoors in twos or threes with five outdoor paddocks for summer grazing and are treated with homeopathic compounds under veterinary supervision.