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We Provide Fresh, Pure, Organic
Raw Milk for Your Family

We believe that fresh, clean raw milk is one of the most wholesome and nutrient dense foods that you could offer your family.

For over 10,000 years people have enjoyed the wide array of milk products, including fresh milk, buttermilk, clabber, curds, whey and a variety of cheeses. Never were these products pasteurized.

Over the past 70 years, Americans have been inundated with information about pasteurized milk that was incomplete. There was a time when pasteurization may have prevented certain pathogenic bacteria, introduced through poor handling techniques, from being transferred in the milk to the consumer. However, it was no absolute guarantee. The main success that pasteurization afforded the mass milk producers was a longer shelf life, resulting in higher profitability.

What They Didn't Tell You

While pasteurization may destroy harmful bacteria, it also destroys the beneficial ones. These bacteria are vital to a healthy digestive system and need to be replenished. It also destroys or compromises the vitamins and enzymes that make milk such a perfect food.

Modern Handling Techniques and Local Farm Care Eliminate the Need For Pasteurization

Pasteurization was promoted as a remedy to milk problems when low grade milk was being produced by "swill dairies" that were feeding the by-products of whiskey making to the cows. These malnourished animals were not able to create a milk that would normally have fought off pathogenic bacteria. To make matters worse, milk was collected in open containers and often handled by people who were ill. It was no wonder that it made people sick.

Today we have eliminated the need for pasteurization by solving the problems that caused the need. Our cows are vibrantly healthy, being fed only a diet of the best organic foods. Our closed collection system insures that the milk goes straight from the cow into a clean chilling tank. We also do not use milk from other farms, so we don't run the risk of outside contamination. Our local milk goes from the cow to the bottle to you.

Take a few minutes on our site to learn the current facts about raw milk and the ways we can help you find this wonderful food.

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