Did you know?
Our cow's FRESH GRASS diet provides the best source of natural beta-carotene, vitamin D and vitamin E, for better cow health and more nutritious milk.
- High in nature's own cancer inhibitor, conjugated linoleic acids (CLA’s) - providing milk with enhanced levels of “healthy fats!”
- Provides a sustainable source of year round nutritious forage unique to our Florida climate.
- Cows produce milk with a creamier texture and a fresh sweet taste, with natural digestive benefits.
"Americans love their beef and milk. With about 70 percent of the population consuming one or the other several times a week, the United States is the largest beef producer and one of the largest dairy producers in the world. But this love affair has serious consequences for the health of consumers, the environment, and the cattle themselves." Read more »
"Mothers have a unique opportunity – and a powerful responsibility – to influence the next generation of women. Whether they know it or not, mothers are powerful role models for their daughters’ health and nutrition. Daughters look at their moms’ own food-related attitudes and behaviors to decide what to put on their plates – and in their glasses – at meal time. Studies also show that a mom influences her daughter’s physical activity, dieting behaviors, body image and self esteem." Read more »
"The impact of conjugated linoleic acids (CLA) on health is an active area of research worldwide. This minor component of ruminant fat could be endowed with a great potential benefit to our health." Read more »
"Evidence has shown that, in addition to reducing the risk of osteoporosis, milk products, as part of a balanced diet, may also help prevent other diseases such as colon cancer and hypertension." Read more »
"Together, low-fat and fat-free milk, cheese, and yogurt provide a unique package of nine essential nutrients, including calcium, potassium, phosphorus, protein, vitamins A, D and B12, riboflavin, and niacin (niacin equivalents). Not to mention great taste." Read more »
"You may think your family is drinking enough milk, but they’re likely not. Many Americans fail to get the milk they need, which means they’re missing out on vital nutrients." Read more »