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1 gallon - Raw A2/A2 Milk (PA ONLY)

1 gallon - Raw A2/A2 Milk (PA ONLY)

Raw Cow

Raw grass-fed 100% A2/A2 cream top milk

Our grass-fed cow milk is nutritious and delicious with a heady cream top, often 1/3 the volume of the milk.

Raw and non-homogenized, this A2/A2 milk from Jersey or Jersey-cross cows can be enjoyed on its own as a beverage or used in a variety of sweet or savory ways.

To mix the cream back into the milk, press it down with a spoon then close the bottle and shake. We recommend shaking before every serving.

You can also take the cream out and enjoy it on its own or spread on toast.

Fresh for 2 weeks; the milk later develops pleasantly sour notes to utilize as buttermilk. You've never tasted a more delicious, fresh milk!

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About our A2/A2 cow dairy

All of our cows are genetically tested and have a 100% A2/A2 protein profile.

Our cow milk is always raw, never heated or processed in any way. It comes straight from the udders to you.

All of our cow dairy is 100% grass fed. In the warmer months, our cows are fed fresh chemical-free grass. They are moved to fully grown, fresh pasture 3 times per day. In the colder months, our cows’ diet is supplemented with alfalfa hay and an organic nutrient blend – never grain of any kind.

Our cows are never given antibiotics or hormones. If needed, our cows receive homeopathic treatments.

Milk safety is a top priority. Miller's Bio Farm is certified by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture for raw milk production and bottling. We also test every batch of milk on site for general bacteria counts. You can learn more about milk safety protocols here.

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Honest Disclosure: Milking equipment is cleaned with a bleach solution. This is part of our milk safety protocols. It is flushed with very hot water afterwards, so, if there were any residue, it would be in trace amounts. Packaged in plastic, which can leech chemicals into the milk.