4real Milk  in the media:
We love doing what we do and enjoy sharing our story

4Real Milk media articles: From local papers and radio stations to ABC Landline and Channel 10's The Project. 
Farmer Gregie shares the why behind creating the 4Real Milk product.

Farm fresh milk that makes the news

Farmer Gregie chats to Cr Paul Bishop

Farmer Gregie visited IGA Birkdale today.  While there he had a chat with Cr Paul Bishop.  All captured on video - thanks Paul  You'll make a great reporter one day, but in the meantime, good luck with the next election.

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Brasingtons sign to Scenic Rim 4Real Milk

THE volume of milk coming out of independent dairies in the region is set to increase by 20,000 litres a week after a second farm signed to supply through Scenic Rim 4Real Milk.

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Pip Courtney from Landline visited Scenic Rim Robotic Dairy, the home of 4Real Milk and interviewed Greg Dennis.

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Milk Fight - Aussie farmers fight for what's fair.
"The Project - Channel 10" spent a few days with Farmer Gregie, the segment was aired on Wednesday, December 17 2014. 


Dairy farmer battles to stay in business: TODAY reporter Lauren Ellis meets a Queensland dairy farmer who isn't letting the discount price war on milk harm his family business.


A southern Queensland dairy farmer, named the 2014 Dairy Farmer of the Year, calls himself a 'depression survivor'.

During his recovery significant changes were made to the dairy business. The farm had been milking 120 cows using a 10-aside, herringbone dairy but, in 2010, moved to a robotic system using three robots.

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Greg Dennis, of Scenic Rim 4 Real Milk, expects his investment in dairy robotics will have paid for itself in six years. At around $125,000 a unit, the price of mechanical milking may be prohibitive for struggling Queensland dairy farmers but there are efficiencies to be gained...


Scenic Rim 4Real Milk and Ivyhome Dairy tap into the health and green markets with glass milk bottles. The days of farm-fresh milk delivered in a glass bottle are back thanks to two independent Queensland producers - and they say consumers can't get enough.

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Brian Tessman from the QDO and FARMER GREGIE from Scenic Rim 4Real Milk share their thoughts on the recent COLES contracts, with Nicole Dyer on 91.7 Coast FM.


Greg Dennis gets real about dairy. Fourth generation dairy farmer from Beaudesert Greg Dennis is investing $1 million in producing, processing and distributing his own milk.


How do the robotics actually work? Farmer Gregie will introduce you to our happy cows and the robots that milk them.


QLD's milk deficit: Coles-Woolworths price war has hampered ability to meet state demand. A Queensland dairy farmer who started his own company says the industry has to change with many local producers going broke.

2014 Scenic Rim Business Excellence Awards

Last night the 2014 Scenic Rim Business Excellence Awards were held in Beaudesert. What a night! Thanks Scenic Rim Regional Council for organising another great event.

Scenic Rim 4Real Milk was a finalist for 3 awards
  • Business Innovation
  • Business Marketing
  • Business Person of the Year

Farmer Gregie won the category: Business Person of the Year followed up by Scenic Rim 4Real Milk winning the Platinum Award.

The team at Scenic Rim 4Real Milk works hard to make sure we produce a quality product for our consumers. Farmer Gregie is constantly sharing his story, on Social Media, Radio, Newspapers, TV, Speaking Engagements and onsite during our dairy farm tours. The tours to the dairy have been a huge success so a big thanks to Brenda and Rose for their awesome support of Farmer Gregie with the tours.

A highlight of the evening was hearing the stories of local businesses. The business owners shared their passion for what they are doing and the gratitude they have for their staff, customers and support from organisations like the Scenic Rim Council and Chamber of Commerce.

The meal was fabulous, showcasing local produce and even locally brewed beer available at the bar.

One of the takeaways Farmer Gregie shared was for businesses to put yourself out there, be seen and let your story be heard.

Congratulations Farmer Greggie and the Team at Scenic Rim 4Real Milk!  

VIE Marketing wins the top award

VIE Marketing's 'Saving a Farm and Family's Legacy' campaign for Scenic Rim won the award for "New Brand, Product or Service Launch" and then went on to win the "Marketing Program of the Year" at the 2014 AMI Awards for Marketing Excellence. The awards were held in Sydney in October.

Congratulations Jane and VIE Marketing!

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Beaudesert Times congratulates Dairy Farmer
of the Year

Farmer Greg Dennis made front page of the local paper the "Beaudesert Times" after he was awarded Dairy Farmer of the year. Mr Dennis, who was also a finalist in the awards last year, said he was thrilled with the win. "It was a bit surreal and quite humbling but at the same time a real thrill," he said.

"It'll definitely give me a stronger platform to be able to keep doing what I do, which is educating people and communicating with people from the cities and towns."

Mr Dennis said he could not have done it without the support of his family on the farm.

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Beaudesert Times congratulates Dairy Farmer
of the Year

Scenic Rim dairy farmers going strong after branching out on their own
The Dennis family set up Scenic Rim 4 Real Milk last year after negotiations failed with the big milk companies. The family decided to go it alone and produce, process, bottle and distribute their own milk from Tamrookum near Beaudesert. Greg Dennis said it took eight months to set up the company and be able in a position to legally sell milk to the consumer.

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Dairy Farmer Takes on Goliath

The Dennis family had supplied milk to processors for decades, but became disillusioned when processor Parmalat sought to slash the price it paid them by 25 per cent last year, to a level Dennis said would be unsustainable.

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A Dairy Farmer with Balls

Dairy farmer Greg Dennis hopes that growing demand for fresh, local produce and a consumer backlash against supermarket home brand offerings will help make his bold new business venture a success.

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How milk industry became udder disaster

Government intervention is being eyed to save Queensland's dairy industry, which is in free fall after losing another 70 farms since 2011 as major retailers continue a milk pricing war.

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Farmer Gregie had a chat to Ross Greenwood, Sunday Business on 2GB. Ross speaks with experts in the key fields that affect small business owners. 

You'll hear Farmer Gregie 23 mins into the interview. 

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Local dairy farmer taking on the milk industry - ABC Gold Coast
Scenic Rim dairy farmer Greg Dennis is about to take on the milk industry.

Greg is a fourth generaton farmer who from the first of May will produce, bottle and distribute his own brand of milk.

He told Nicole Dyer from mornings he's putting everything on the line to beat the multi-national giants.

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Dairy farmer goes it alone - Mornings with Steve Austin
The bulk of Australia's Dairy Farmers have converged on the Sunshine Coast to take part in a forum organised by the Australian Dairy Conference

The Dairy Innovators Forum started yesterday, and will continue today with an aim to generate optimism in the future of dairy farming.

One farmer, Greg Dennis, is risking everything to try to go it alone in the world of duopolies spending a $1 million to process, bottle
and distribute his own milk...

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