If you are a milk drinker, and you've never experienced milk straight from the cow (or goat), you're missing out.
But raw milk will make you sick, they say.
Raw milk from cows and goats that spend their days roaming a grassy field is not only nutritious but also, when collected with the highest standards of cleanliness, safe to drink. We take cleanliness seriously, from the animals to the equipment. And the result is pure, clean, healthy, delicious milk. In fact, there are indications that cow milk that hasn't been homogenized (the mechanical process of breaking up the fat in the milk so that the cream doesn't separate) is healthier than it's homogenized brother. Below is an excerpt from this article:
"The natural homogenization of goat milk is, from a human health standpoint, much better than the mechanically homogenized cow milk product. It appears that when fat globules are forcibly broken up by mechanical means, it allows an enzyme associated with milk fat, known as xanthine oxidase to become free and penetrate the intestinal wall. Once xanthine oxidase gets through the intestinal wall and into the bloodstream, it is capable of creating scar damage to the heart and arteries, which in turn may stimulate the body to release cholesterol into the blood in an attempt to lay a protective fatty material on the scarred areas. This can lead to arteriosclerosis."
As with any food product, there is risk associated with drinking raw milk. You will have to determine if the risk is worth the reward.
You can purchase our fresh, raw milk directly from the farm.
Check out our Raw Milk FAQ page for more information on our cows, goats and milk.
Milk prices are as follows: Goat Milk $17 per gallon Cow Milk $13 per gallon A2A2 Cow Milk - $14 per gallon
The above prices assume you take delivery in a plastic jug (just like you see in the store). If you prefer glass, you must either provide clean, Ball large mouth, half gallon jars with Ball grey, plastic leak proof lids (no exceptions on lids or jars). If you have questions about the glass jars, please call.
Quantities are limited each week, so we ask that you contact us at least 48 hours in advance to place an order. This will guarantee your milk is as fresh as possible.