January 18, 2020
A Little About Our Raw Milk
What is Raw Milk? Raw Milk is a completely different food than most know from the white fluid we are used to buying at the grocery store. Raw Milk is in fact never white, but has a nice creamy color and in the spring through autumn, when the cows are foraging on fresh and rapidly growing grass, the color of milk actually resembles a rather orange hue.” Real MILK is milk that comes from pastured cows, that contains all the fat and has not been processed in any way—it is raw and un homogenized.” The ideal raw milk is taken…
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December 15, 2019
Got A2/A2 Milk?
What is A2/A2 milk? Thousands of years ago, there was a genetic mutation in cows in Europe. This mutation made them produce a new type of beta-casein protein – A1. Before this point, cows (just like humans and most mammals) produced milk strictly with A2 beta-casein protein. Over time, those European cows have been selectively bred (and now, in some cases, genetically engineered) into the white and black spotted Holstein cow. They made their way to the US, Australia, and New Zealand and now dominate the dairy industry. Basically, all milk found in American grocery stores is A1/A2. Modern research…
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December 5, 2019
Legal Update
Dear Members First, I want to thank our members for your continued support and also the support that you have given us in the past. Without that we would not be able to continue our mission to provide your needs with nutrient-dense foods. In the past few newsletters, my goal was to provide you with information where we are with the USDA/FSIS government inspection group. They were hoping that Federal Judge Edward Smith would grant them an injunction against Miller’s Organic Farm, meaning we would stop selling our meat without having a Federal license plant facility, meaning an inspector would…
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November 15, 2019
Benefits of Camel Milk
Why Camels Milk? Camel Milk is naturally comprised of an amazing array of ingredients, including unique proteins and nutrients which make it a perfect milk alternative, and also a base component for skin care and nutraceutical products. Immune Proteins- perhaps the most important component of camel milk. The concentrated immune proteins and the unique molecular structure of camel milk delivers natural anti-microbials, anti-bacterials, anti-inflammatory agents, and anti-fungal properties. Beneficial Active Ingredients of Camel Milk Include: Essential Fatty Acids including Omega 3, Omega 6, Omega 9 oils.
(Transforms dry or damaged skin into supple, soft, glowing, healthy looking skin)Alpha Hydroxy Acids act…
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November 1, 2019
Amazing Kefir
What seems like ages ago when I was battling high blood pressure and diabetes, I noticed an interesting trend in my body. It seemed that when I drank a glass of kefir every day, my blood pressure would go down– and not just a little bit. It would drop significantly, putting me back within the normal range. When I would skip my kefir, my blood pressure would start creeping back up within three days or so. I know that jumping to conclusions is wrong, because there are so many other variables, so I started doing experiments on myself to see…
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October 1, 2019
4 Health Benefits Of Eating Raw Cheese
So what’s so special about eating raw cheese? Well it’s the flavor that you notice first. When chomping into a piece of cheese made from entirely grass fed raw milk, you really taste the difference! There is a certain complexity about raw cheese that is noticed immediately after that first bite, but then you know you are onto something good! Raw Cheese Tastes Better So You Don’t Need As Much We all know that you’re not supposed to eat too many high-fat foods, but when your cheese packs in as much flavor as our authentic raw cheese, you don’t need…
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September 5, 2019
Why Butter is better
Vitamins: Butter is a rich source of easily absorbedvitamin A , needed for a wide range of functions,from maintaining good vision to keeping the endocrinesystem in top shape. Butter also contains allthe other fat-soluble vitamins (D, E and K2), whichare often lacking in the modern industrial diet. Minerals : Butter is rich in important trace minerals,including manganese, chromium, zinc, copperand selenium (a powerful antioxidant). Butter providesmore selenium per gram than wheat germ orherring. Butter is also an excellent source of iodine. Fatty Acids : Butter provides appreciable amountsof short- and medium-chain fatty acids, which supportimmune function, boost metabolism and haveanti-microbial…
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June 1, 2019
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