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Sources of real milk and real milk products in Idaho:

Athol:

  • Clagstone Farm, Otto & Traci Kacso, 31493 N Clagstone Rd. Athol, ID 83801, phone: 208-683-0111, email: otto@wmsi.us. Year-round herdshare program for liquid milk from Holstein/Angus and Guernsey/Jersey cross cows fed alfalfa hay, and pasture when it is available. The cows also get a protein/mineral/vitamin mix top-dress when milking. They use bulls vs. artificial insemination for breeding, no preventative medicines, and holistic/alternative remedies for illness whenever possible. No hormones, pesticides, or chemicals used. The farm uses organic practices, although not USDA Certified Organic, due to cost. Also offering eggs from chickens who are on green grass in the pasture during the summer season and fed green hay during the winter.
  • Red Roof Farmstead, Jerry and Noble St. Sauver, 298 Old House Road Athol, ID 83801, phone: 208-755-4471, email: rrfarmstead@yahoo.com. State-certified and inspected raw milk from registered La Mancha dairy goats through the small herd exemption, ISDA permit # RGM076. Goats are fed alfalfa and grass free choice and receive a non-GMO mixture of barley, oats, and peas topped with thorvin kelp and minerals at milk time. Holistic medicines are used whenever possible. No hormones, pesticides or chemicals are used. Raw fluid milk is available in half gallon glass jars. Raw goat milk cheese, kefir and other milk products available. Non-GMO duck eggs available. For best availability, place orders by phone or email at least 48 hours in advance of desired pick-up.

BancroftStanger Ranch, Brian & Michelle Stanger, Bancroft, ID 83217, phone: 208-648-0822, email: Michelle@StangerAngus.com, web: www.stangerangus.com, Facebook: StangerRanch. State-licensed to sell raw cow milk. They have Jersey cows and also have A2/A2 milk available. Whole milk sold in half and whole gallon plastic jugs, raw butter in 8 ounce packages, and cream. Cows are pastured on untreated fields spring, summer, and fall, and fed hay in the winter months, much of which is grown onsite. The cows do receive some grain at milking time, consisting of barley and molasses, peas, and black sunflower seeds. No corn or soy products. You are welcome to visit and see the operation for yourself. They also keep Black Angus beef cattle, sheep, pigs, and chickens (both layers and broilers). They sell products at the farmers market in Soda Springs, and also make a drop in Pocatello every Tuesday. Most products are also available at the Co-Op in Pocatello.

Bonners Ferry:

  • Gemmrig Farm, 310 Copeland Rd. Bonners Ferry, ID 83805, phone: 208-267-7815 Facebook: Gemmrig Farm. Gemmrig Farm has a single Jersey cow and sells small quantities of grass/hay fed milk from their home. There is a required $5/gallon glass jar as a deposit with the first gallon purchased and exchange jars as milk is needed. Milk is $5/gallon, $2.50/half gallon, $3/pint and $5/quart for cream. The farm is located just under 20 miles North of Bonners Ferry and is available from 9 am-9 pm most days. They also sell eggs, rabbits and ducks.
  • Harlan Mountain Farms, Tim & Becca Harlan, 4685 Turner Hill Road Bonners Ferry, ID 83805, phone: 208-267-6869, email: becca@answeringspecialists.com. Milking Nubian goats that are fed alfalfa and grass hay, a little grain during milking, plus free-access to minerals and vitamins. No hormones administered. ISDA licensed; permit #RGM-029; milk tested monthly. Find Harlan Mountain Farms raw goat milk in half-gallon bottles at Akins Harvest Foods, Sharon’s Country Store, and Yoder’s Discount Groceries.

Buhl:

  • God Blesses Dairy Herd, Laura Middleton, 4228 N 1425 E Rd. Buhl, ID 83316, phone: 208-293-6808, email: saanens@usa.com. Registered Saanen dairy goats on grass pasture and alfalfa hay daily, plus a small amount of non-GMO grain (not from the local feed mill) on the milking stand, along with free choice vitamins/minerals. Raw milk sold in half-gallons and quarts, cheese on occasion, ice cream, goat milk soaps and free-range brown eggs. Milk and eggs can be picked up any time from the fridge in the milk barn/garage with money left in container. ISDA licensed; permit #RGM-025; milk tested monthly. Ask and they will show you the reports. Call first for direction and bring your two-legged kids to milk a goat and play with the four-legged kids.
  • Sweetwater Farm, Nancy Boling, 1201C E 4325 N Rd. Buhl, ID 83316, phone: 208-404-2001, email: nboling@vandals.uidaho.edu, web: swfarm.net, Facebook: Sweetwater Farm/Frosted Mini Goats. Alpine, Mini Alpine, and Nigerian dwarf dairy goats, fed on pasture and browse and alfalfa hay, grain at milking time (using grain from local farmers when possible). Milk is available by the half gallon or quart, fresh and frozen year-round; soft goat cheese in various flavors; cream and/or butter may be available. Permitted by the state under the small herd exemption. Visitors are welcome any time. They also have sheep, llamas, and other animals at the farm. They are planning to attend the Twin Falls Farmers Market; they also sell on farm, at From Seed to Store in Buhl, and are planning to have milk and products available through Country Road Farms CSA.

Caldwell: Sunnydale Farms, Brent & Tanya Orton, 17338 Sunnydale Place Caldwell, ID 83607, phone: 208-350-9416, email: orton@sunnydalefarmsidaho.com, web: sunnydalefarmsidaho.com, Facebook: Sunnydale-Farms. Sunnydale Farms is a small Idaho farm, with Idaho Small Dairy Permit ##RCM094. They have two milk cows – a Guernsey named Teena Rose and a Jersey named Violet. They offer raw unpasteurized milk and cream for sale, as well as local honey, farm fresh eggs, seasonal fruits and veggies and baked goods, and an occasional calf or two. Raw milk is whole, unskimmed with cream on top, and is $8/gallon, $4/half gallon. Please text, email or call to order and arrange a pickup time. You can pick up milk at the farm, or sign up for their weekly milk drops to Caldwell, Nampa, Meridian or Boise. No business calls or milk sales on Sunday, but available nearly any other time. Visit their website to learn more about this family farm.

Coeur d’Alene:

  • Heaven’s Treasures, Sheri, 208-682-4522 (leave a message). Raw goat milk from CAE-negative animals on pasture and natural feed.
  • Millhorn Farmstead Creamery, Katie Millhorn, 18301 W. Stringham Rd. Worley, ID 83876, phone: 509-701-9017, email: Katie@millhornfarms.com, web: rawsomedairy.com. Facebook – Millhorn Farmstead. Non-GMO milk. Raising full size and miniature Jersey cows. The cows are on green pasture and fed a grass diet. All cows are certified A2/A2. Milk is sold cream on top, by the gallon or half gallon in glass jars. Cream is sold by the quart. Artisan raw ice cream is sold seasonally at the farm and at Blackrock Marina. Special orders are welcome. Milk and eggs can be picked up at the farm in the dairy fridge or twice a week in CDA. Pastured pork and free-range meat chickens can also be ordered. All livestock is pastured and treated holistically without hormones, steroids or antibiotics. Farm tours welcome. Please call or email to be added to the current milk schedule and delivery locations. Milk, cream and eggs are available for purchase year-round.

Deary: Brush Creek Creamery, Webb French, 1311 Brush Creek Road Deary, ID 83823, email: webb@sustainlife.org, phone: 208-877-1600. Raw dairy products from grassfed, rotationally grazed Jersey cows: whole milk, cream, butter, yogurt, fromage blanc, crème fraîche, labneh, feta, marinated feta, Swiss, Camembert, cheddar, blue.

Eagle/Boise: DeLuna Acres, 377 W. Heikes Lane Eagle, ID 83616, phone: 208-340-5377, email: delunaacres@gmail.com, web: www.delunaacres.com. DeLuna Acres is a state-approved and inspected raw milk goat farm. ISDA permit # RGM148. The dairy goats graze on five irrigated acres year-round and are fed high quality local alfalfa hay and a non-GMO mixture of barley, oats and peas topped with Thorvin kelp. They also have free-range access to a custom, locally produced mineral/vitamin supplement. No hormones, pesticides or chemicals are used. Raw fluid milk is available in half-gallon milk containers. Also offering raw goat cheeses in various flavors. Milk and cheese are available for sale at the DeLuna Acres Farm stand, the Eagle Farmers Market, and the local co-op. Check website for a complete list of retail locations.

Emmett: Saint John’s Organic Farm, web: saintjohnsorganicfarm.com. Grade A certified raw milk and organic, grassfed beef.

Genesee: Wandering Moose Farm, Russell Kofoed or Jenny Goodman, 1190 Grieser Road, phone: 208-224-6961. Raw milk and milk products including yogurt, butter, and goat milk soap.

Hazelton: Home Bound Farm, Jill Deskiewicz, 2213 East 900 South  Rd. Hazelton, ID 83335, phone: 267-207-6463, email: joyousbabe@hotmail.com. Raw milk from Nubian dairy goats, fed pasture and alfalfa/grass hay and a small amount of natural grain at milking time. No antibiotics or hormones used. Home Bound Farm is legal to sell raw milk in the state of Idaho and the milk is tested monthly.

Idaho Falls (Southeast Idaho, Bonneville County):

  • Desert Wind Farms, 7777 N. 5th E Idaho Falls, Idaho, phone: 208-844-1093, email: info@desertwindfarms.com, web: www.desertwindfarms.com, Facebook: Desert-Wind-Farms-139616573565313/. Raw milk from 100 percent grass-fed cows. Jersey cows are pastured-grazed, fed no grain, given no antibiotics or hormones, and have no GMOs in their feed. Milk is bottled in half-gallon glass or plastic containers. On-farm pick-up and weekly deliveries to Pocatello, Blackfoot, Salmon, Rexburg, and Idaho Falls; check website for schedule and ordering. They also have fresh, free range, farm eggs and grass fed/finished beef.
  • Once Upon A Dream Acres, email: oudreamacres@gmail.com, phone: 435-881-4257, web: http://onceuponadreamacres.com/goats.html, Facebook: www.facebook.com/onceuponadreamgoats. Herd of Nubian and mini Nubian girls raised on high quality alfalfa hay, free choice minerals, plus grain while milking. State licensed in Idaho to sell raw milk. Offering fresh and frozen milk in glass jars for human consumption, also milk available for animal use. On-farm pick up. State testing yearly for diseases and monthly milk tests.
  • Spin a Good Yarn Farm, email: Kwjenki@msn.com, phone: 208-589-2316. Nubian goats (average 5 percent butterfat) on certified alfalfa hay, plus minerals and grain while milking. Offering milk, cheese, soap, and felted soap. Licensed in Idaho to sell raw milk and raw milk products. State tests herd for disease yearly and the milk monthly.

Lapwai/Lewiston: Canyon Breeze Ranch, Lynn Aeling, phone: 208-843-2527 (leave message), in the countryside south of Lewiston. Raw milk from six Nubians and one Jersey/Guernsey cross fed on grass, alfalfa feed, and well water. Milk provided in half-gallon jars on a return switch program. They also produce butter and some soft cheeses. Call for availability.

Malad: L7 Nannies, LaVar Williams, 220 N 70 E Rd. Malad, ID, phone: 208-766-3243, email: mlavarw4019@gmail.com. Nubian goats, no GMOs or growth hormones, fresh clean goat milk, $8/gallon.

Meridian: Sweet Cream Pastures, Andrea, Sarah, and Elizabeth Sater, 8374 S. Bryker Ln. Meridian, ID 83642, phone: 208-855-9755, cell: 208-391-7234, email: rockymtnsater@gmail.com. Facebook: scp.nubians. Nubian Goats, raised naturally, no antibiotics. Feed is non-GMO. Raw unpasteurized whole milk. Goat cheeses. Call or text to set up appointment. Tours available.

Moscow: MaryJane’s Creamery, MaryJane Butters, 1000 Wild Iris Lane Moscow, ID 83843, phone: 208-882-6819, email: maryjane@maryjanesfarm.org. State-certified and inspected raw milk from pastured Jersey cows through the Small Herd Exemption, ISDA permit #RCM041. Cows are supplemented with local non-GMO hay and alfalfa, and a small amount of organic soy-free dairy feed and organic alfalfa pellets at milking. Home delivery available for $5.50/half-gallon. Email for more info and availability.

Nounan: Robinsons, phone: 208-397-8511, email: trequestrian@msn.com. They have Jersey cows that are grass and hay-fed. The cows get grain when they are milking. No hormones, steroids or antibiotics are given to the cows. They sell unpasteurized milk, yogurt, some cheeses, and ice cream. They are licensed with a permit for a small herd dairy.

Orofino: TGIYak, Debi Bordoni, 1976 Thornton Rd. Orofino, ID 83544, phone: 208-435-4446, email: debi@tgiyak.com. State-certified and inspected raw milk from pastured Jersey cows through the small herd exemption, ISDA permit #RCM012. Cows are supplemented with local hay and alfalfa, and a small amount of grain with minerals at milking. Raw milk is available on a swap jar basis for $6/gallon or $3/half-gallon. Other raw milk products can be legally provided if requested and approved. Pastured brown eggs from Rhode Island Reds are also available at $3/dozen. A drop-off point in Orofino is available for customer convenience. Call or email for info and scheduling.

ParmaTreasured Sunrise Acres, Debra Jantzi and family, 31228 Hwy. 95 Parma, ID 83660, phone: 208-649-7602, email: treasuredsunrise@hotmail.com, web: treasuredsunriseacres.com, Facebook: facebook.com/treasuredsunriseacres. ISDA-certified Grade A dairy selling fresh, raw goat and cow milk (permit #001). The dairy goats and dairy cows graze large irrigated pastures from early spring to late fall. They are also fed high-quality, local alfalfa hay, sprouted barley/fodder, and a custom, locally-produced mineral/vitamin supplement. No grain is fed. The Jersey cow herd is certified Animal Welfare Approved. Farm tours are available. Milk can be purchased directly from the dairy or see the website for a list of stores in your area.

Post Falls: Cable Creek Farm, Dave and Beth Tysdal, 3866 S. Stateline Rd. Post Falls, ID 83854, phone: 208-773-3202, email: beth@cablecreekfarm.com, web: cablecreekfarm.com. Small, state-permitted (ISDA #RCM039) raw milk dairy with primarily heritage Dutch Belted cows. Their cows are pastured and fed non-GMO alfalfa, as well as small amounts of locally-grown non-GMO grain at milking. Milk is available by half-gallon ($4) in glass jars and is sold from the farm and the Kootenai County Farmers Market. See website for additional details/locations.

Preston: Cache Meadow Creamery, Mark and Andrea Kezerian, 678 East 4800 South Rd. Preston, ID 83263, They are located right on the Idaho/Utah border in Preston, ID, phone: 208-477-1998, email: cachemeadowcreamery@gmail.com, Facebook: CacheMeadowCreamery. They milk Jerseys and one Jersey/Holstein cross cow. The cows’ primary diet is pasture and long stem hay. Products available include: milk: ($5/gallon or $3/half gallon), cream ($5/quart), yogurt ($2/quart), cultured butter ($4/pound), cultured buttermilk ($3/quart). Please contact by calling, texting, through email, or Facebook with questions, to make orders, and set up pickup times.

Rathdrum/Garwood: Bit O’ Bliss Farm, Brenda Price, 19468 N. Roundy Rd. Rathdrum, ID 83858, phone: 208-818-4275, email: bitoblissfarm@gmail.com, web: www.bitoblissfarm.com, Facebook: BitOBlissFarm. State certified and inspected milk from mini Nubian dairy goats. Goats are fed local non-GMO grains which are mixed at the farm, and quality alfalfa hay. Free choice herbal mineral mix and kelp provided daily along with a weekly herbal wormer. Raw milk is available in half-gallon and quart size glass jars. $5/half gallon, $2.50/quart with jar exchange or deposit. Chevre available upon request. Easy access just a half mile off Hwy. 95. Please contact via email for quickest response.

RexburgG’s Dairy, 600 Handcart Lane, phone: 208-359-5443, Facebook: gsdairydelights. Raw milk by the gallon and half-gallon from three Brown Swiss cows that are fed a diet of alfalfa hay and a little bit of corn grain at milking time. No hormones given. ISDA licensed; milk is tested monthly.

Rigby:

  • Daloris Dairy, Dale Mortimer, 458 N 4000 E Rd. Rigby, ID, 83442. phone: 208-881-6169. email: dalorisdairy@yahoo.com, web: dalorisdairy.com, Facebook: dalorisjerseydairy. They have 60 milking Jersey cows, state-certified and inspected raw milk, with the cream left on in glass bottles, $3 bottle deposit, $2.25 a half gallon refill, plastic gallons available upon request. Hours: Mon.-Fri.y from 9 am to 6 pm, Sat. 9 am to 5 pm. Any other time by appointment, pick-up only. Tours available.
  • Udderly Fantastic Farm, Michelle Metcalf, 3458 E 100 N Rd. Rigby, ID 83442, phone: 208-520-8120, email: michellekmetcalf@gmail.com. Herd is registered mini-Nubian goats. Small dairy licensed with the state of Idaho (permit #RGM079). They offer raw unpasteurized milk (whole or skim), kefir, chevre, mozzarella, ricotta. The herd is tested yearly by a veterinarian for TB and brucellosis. They have regular state milk tests. The herd has certified hay and some grain at milking. They also have eggs and starting organic produce from the greenhouse.

Sagle: Pleasant Meadow Creamery, 222 Otts Basin Road Sagle, ID 83860, phone: 208-597-2086, web: pleasantmeadowcreamery.com. Facebook: guernseycows. Registered Guernseys on irrigated pasture six months of the year, spending their days outside and nights in the barn. The pasture grows assorted grasses and red clover. No herbicides, pesticides or synthetic fertilizers are used on the pasture. When not on pasture, the cows are fed no-spray alfalfa/grass hay grown in Bonners Ferry. They do receive Certified Organic no-soy/no-corn grain (Big Sky Organic) at milking time. The main ingredients of the grain are peas, lentils, wheat, and barley, in addition to minerals and kelp. Whole milk sold by the half-gallon on the farm in your glass jars. Visit website or Facebook page for more information.

Sandpoint: Miller Country Store, 1326 Baldy Mountain Rd. Sandpoint, ID, phone: 208-263-9446. Raw cow milk from Brown Swiss cows fed alfalfa and grass hay with a little grain at milking. No added hormones. Call to check on availability, supply is limited. ISDA licensed; permit #RCM016.

Teton Valley: Paradise Springs Farm, Teton Valley ID, web: paradisespringsfarm.com. A closed system, certified biodynamic, Certified Organic Grade A raw dairy delivering milk throughout the year to Barrels & Bins Community Market in Driggs and Victor Valley Market in Victor. See website for updates on the Brown Swiss herd and seasonal availability. Paradise Springs Farm cheeses are fully raw and cellar aged. Teton White Cheddar and Mahogany Ridge, Alps Style are available nationally at select retailers and restaurants.

 

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  1. i wonder about the grain fed at milking, is it certified organic? it is my understanding that unless organic, almost all commercial corn and soy in this country are gmo and most “natural” grade beef producers are being fed gmo corn and soy as per direct email from these ranches.

    • Yes, you need to ask the farmer. I have listed here only the information they have provided. Typically they are eager to include “GMO free” if that is the case, but some farmers may not have updated their listing in many years. If you find a farmer is actually using GMO free grain, encourage them to contact this site and update their listing with that information.

    • Yes, you need to ask individual sellers what they feed. Ask them where they get their feed. God Blesses Dairy Goat Herd is mine and I go clear to Weiser, from Buhl, as they are THE ONLY mill in southern ID to use local, NON-GMO grains. I called every mill trying to find non-gmo and all mills said they get grains from places out of state and can’t guarantee that the grains are non-gmo. As for “Organic”…..I’m not messing with organic as the gov’t put their fingers in that. It’s been hijacked and can’t be trusted to be “Organic” regardless what that label says.

    • According to Pleasant View Farms’ website, they milk three cows and also partner with Natural Farm Fresh for more milk, that they deliver to their customers. On the Natural Farm Fresh website, under “Our Dairy,” they state that they are not a grass-fed dairy, but rather have the cows in pens and feed them farm raised plant forages and dry hay, plus a mineral mix. I have incorporated this info into the Pleasant View Farms listing.

  2. Super 1 Foods in Hayden and Pilgrims in Coeur d’Alene carry Springs of Hope Raw Milk. Occasionally, I have also seen yogurt and cream.

  3. Does anyone know of any raw milk producers near Pocatello Id. that have been able to feed their animals a completely chemical free diet?

    I’m willing to try any type of milk (cow, goat, sheep…). Any info would be appreciated.

    I would even be willing to do something that could be like a milk share situation, if someone has their own dairy animal with extra milk, but isn’t interested in doing it on a large scale.

    Thanks!!!

    • We just started up in weston idaho if your still looking for raw milk we milk 5 goats that are in a pasture free of chemicals contact 4352325451

    • I found some dairies and stores in Rexburg and Idaho Falls selling raw milk and would be willing to share with you if you could pick up, as we are both handicapped and have little funds to pay for gas to get there!!
      I am still looking and if I find anything closer I can let you know if they are closer. contact me at lori20022@gmail.com.
      Lori Volkers

    • sarah, paradise springs in victor is certified biodynamic and organic for cows milk and cheese’s

      [redacted] in victor for organic raw goats milk. her herd is registered and tested. and i know for a fact that there is now corn/soy or non gmo on her property. all here hay is certified a even her bedding straw.

      i’m working the sheep for meat and fiber,eggs,asparagus, strawberrys. and healing herbs and roots. aquaponics with trout starting in one month. cycling my system now/

      cheers, gordo

    • Sara. I see that your question is from a couple of years ago, so I imagine that you either have received an answer or have just given up. However, I have been buying raw milk from Desert Wind Farms now for quite a few years. Mike and Angela have a pastured dairy in Downey. Their cow are not fed grains and really are pastured. I have not personally visited their farm in Downey but was at the farm that they had in Blackfoot dozens of times before they moved to Downey and was very favorably impressed with they operation. In addition to raw milk, they do supply raw cream (makes great butter).

      In addition, when producing they also have eggs from free-range chickens (not during the winter however). The chicken coops are mobile and are moved from pasture to pasture to ensure a constant supply of natural foods.

      They also have heritage turkeys in the fall, and some beef and pork products at other times. In addition, they do deliver products for their neighbor Brady’s Farm. The meats are only delivered on the first week of the month.

  4. Are there any raw cow milk providers in the Twin Falls area? Buhl is close, but I only saw goat milk providers listed. Thanks!

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  6. Stefamia : Yoke’s carries Harlan’s Goat milk and Springs of Hope cows’ milk –Both are excellent. Super One in Bonners also carries both of these, and at times raw cream is available there. Don’t know about Super One in Spt.. I have been buying both kinds at Yokes for a long time, and am glad it is available. Anne

  7. Great that you are using glass. Can I purchase raw butter from you, either at Winter Ridge, or at your farm? Have been using Springs of Hope and Harlan milks for as long as they have been available, but will try yours too. Anne

    • Anne: We don’t sell butter currently mostly because the demand for the liquid whole milk is so high, though we would certainly consider it for the future if enough people ask for it and/or when our supply of milk increases. We would obviously want to develop a market for the buttermilk as well.

      Thank you for trying our milk. We think it does well in side-by-side comparison taste test with the other dairies you mention. In 2016, we’ll be switching from Ball jars to Stanpac milk jars, which should make for a more pourable product.

  8. Would you mind giving me your prices? I am looking for something affordable, as I have three kids and milk goes pretty fast around here.

  9. That last comment was meant in reply to Paul Herndon. Sorry I did not clarify. Anne, thanks for your help. I have seen the milk at yokes, but at eight dollars per gallon, I am unable to afford it.

  10. check it out at Yoke’s in Sandpoint. In the far far left corner of store, on top shelf is the organic local raw milk. Springs of Hope cow’s milk is less than Harlan’s goat milk. I like both. Goat milk doesn’t separate into cream/milk. You have to check the exp dates, as anything over a week will get sour. The good news is that you can still bake with it, whereas pasteurized sour milk is too ugh to use that way. I feel that less of the good milk is definitely better than more of the cheaper pasteurized with no enzymes. Why drink the wrong stuff at all? Especially the kids. Good luck. Anne

  11. Does any one know of raw milk near lewiston id. We are south of lewiston so moscow is no good. Lewiston is one hour from us but that is whew we grocery shop and that would be great to get a hold off good milk too. Thanks

  12. I AM LOOKING FOR A2/A2 RAW COWS MILK IN IDAHO. Please don’t tell me that all jerseys are A2 because that is incorrect. I have contacted a few dairies and they told me they have no clue what I’m talking about which saddens me because if you have a dairy you should know something about milk and the proteins in milk and how they benefit humans.
    AGAIN I’M LOOKING FOR A2/A2 MILK ONLY PLEASE

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