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Farm Blog

August 8, 2019
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… Read more
July 11, 2019
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… Read more
May 8, 2019
Vitamins: Butter is a rich source of easily absorbed vitamin A , needed for a wide range of functions, from maintaining good vision to keeping the endocrine system in top shape. Butter also contains all the other fat-soluble vitamins (D, E and K2), which are often lacking in the modern industrial diet. Minerals : Butter is rich in important trace… Read more
April 22, 2019
Found: A Magic Health Liquid Today many people are looking around to find something to take instead of the daily dreary vitamin pill. I discovered a liquid product that has all the known essentials for good health, plus a few extras. After making sure it had the fat soluble vitamins – A, D, K2 and E – I checked out… Read more
January 5, 2019
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!… Read more
November 11, 2018
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… Read more
October 4, 2018
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… Read more
August 5, 2018
Natural Leavening, Sprouting, Soaking Over the years, we’ve learned so much that makes our modern lives wonderful but we’ve lost some great traditions too. Traditions that would make us healthier and simplify life. These 3 ancient traditions are not secrets but how to use them is somewhat of a lost art - so I am hoping to help others to… Read more


August 11, 2019

Egg yolks contain almost all the vitamins and minerals in the egg. Egg yolks, but not whites, contain vitamins A, D, E and K along with omega-3 fats. Egg yolks also contain folate and vitamin B1, B2, B6, B9 and B12 as well as choline, iron, phosphorus, zinc and selenium. Ingredients: 3 cups raw cream from grass-fed cows 12 egg yolks from pasture-raised chickens 1/4 cup maple syrup, Grade B 1/8 tsp unrefined sea

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September 25, 2019

  Maple Candied Sweet Potatoes • 5 medium sweet potatoes (a.k.a. yams) • ½ cup real maple syrup • 1 tablespoon grass fed butter • 1 teaspoon pure sea salt • ¼ cup apple cider Boil the sweet potatoes in their skins until nearly cooked through. Cool slightly, peel, slice and place in a baking dish. Bring maple syrup, butter, salt and apple cider to a boil and pour over

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