Leppington Pastoral

Founded in 1951 by Kolombo and Julia Perich, Leppington Pastoral is now one of Australia’s largest and most successful dairy enterprises.

Founded in 1951 by Kolombo and Julia Perich, Leppington Pastoral is now one of Australia’s largest and most successful dairy enterprises.

Situated in Western Sydney’s Bringelly region, the farm is truly a family enterprise. Kolombo’s grandson Michael is now at the helm of the dairy operation, while  Michael’s father, Ron,  is on the farm daily and his son, Ethan, joins them to learn the ropes at the weekends. Ron’s brother Tony and his sons also have important input to the family business.

Starting with just 25 cows, this farming family have gone from strength to strength over the last 65 years. Currently the team milk over 2,000 Holsteins in a double herringbone dairy.

Michael has always made cow comfort his top priority. ‘Well cared for cows produce consistent quality milk’ he says.

He’s eager to share his vision and exemplary farming practices with the wider community, so school and community groups are regularly welcomed to the farm to see the whole milk process, from cow to carton.

The family runs several other properties for rearing young stock as well as growing crops for their stock, which includes beef cattle.

Michael made the decision to join the a2 MilkTM business because he recognised the point of difference that a2’s vision provided in an otherwise constant milk market.

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