We are a small family farm in Southern Colorado Springs, CO. Our love for animals and organic food led us to starting our own homestead. We currently have one milk cow, one steer, 28 chickens, a bunny, and two dogs.
Current Herdshare Status: WAITLIST FULL
Join our family herdshare
What are herdshares?
In the state of Colorado the law prohibits the sale of unprocessed, raw milk BUT they do allow herd share agreements. A herd share agreement allows those who either can not or choose not to raise a dairy animal on their property to share in the ownership of an animal housed on another farm in exchange for the resulting unprocessed, raw milk. We DO NOT sell raw milk. We DO sell herd shares.
Why Raw Milk?
Did you know that Raw Milk contains…
- Beneficial enzymes
- Diverse probiotics
- Lactase producing bacteria
- Healthy fats
- AA, CLA, DHA, & EPA
- Bioavailable vitamins
- Bioavailable calcium
- Bioavailable phosphorus
- IgA/IgG immunoglobulins (antibodies)
According to the Raw Milk Institute, there are multiple large studies that show that regular raw milk consumption is associated with lower rates of asthma, allergies, eczema, ear infections, fevers & respiratory infections.
Top Quality A2/A2
A2 beta-casein protein is the original milk protein, A1 being the mutated gene. Some people are intolerant to the A1 beta-casein. Symptoms can be close to those of lactose intolerance. Milks containing mostly A2 proteins are often said to be better for ‘allergies’ (such as gut, skin rashes, hayfever, cough). There is also research to suggest that A1 beta casein may be associated with serious health conditions such as heart disease, diabetes type 1 and autism. *Food Intolerance Network
A2/A2 means that the cow products milk with 100% A2 beta-casein protein.