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Dutch Meadows Raw Milk

written by

Dave Stoltzfus

posted on

April 20, 2017


100% Grass-fed:

Our Dutch Belt Cows are 100% Grass-fed meaning that they are only getting fresh grasses and stored forages for their entire diet!! Of course we supplement that with some Organic minerals and Organic Molasses on a daily basis.

Certified Organic:

Our farm is Organic Certified by PCO which is a local Organic Certification Co. based in Spring Mills, PA. This part takes a lot of dedication and documentation on what the cows eat and how we are using our land that the animals graze upon. They certify that our cows are  are fed chemical free, antibiotic free, GMO free, and Soy-free. This certification gives you, the consumer a peace of mind on how the Raw Milk you drink is produced.

Higher in A2A2 Protein:

Our Dutch Belt Cows are known for the higher contents of the  A2A2 Casein Protein which can help for digestibility when drinking the milk.

Smaller Fat Particles:

Dutch Belt Cows have extremely small fat globules in the molecules of their milk, making their milk almost naturally homogenized, great tasting and easier to digest. Their milk tests 3.5 -5.5 percent butter fat, also making it an ideal drinking milk. This sweet milk may bring calm nourishment in a time when many people have a weakened immune system and compromised digestion.

Higher in CLA Content:

CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid) is a good fatty acid that has been shown to offer a number of health benefits including lowering cholesterol and triglycerides, enhancing the immune system, lowering insulin resistance, and promoting muscle growth. In milk from grass-fed cows, there can be five times more healthful CLA than in milk from cows that were fed grain. 

Take your pick!


A2A2 Milk

Dutch Belt Cows


Raw Milk

certified organic


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