“It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year”!!

Raw Butter


“It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year”. Because summer raw butter from cows grazing in Florida’s sunshine, is especially potent.

The cows graze 24/7/365 but in the summer the pasture regenerates more frequently and more abundantly, and is a salad bar of grasses and flowers which don’t grow in the winter. As the cow chews her cud, her saliva extracts the plant’s moisture and chlorophyll which she converts into copious amounts of rich beta carotene, vitamin E, and selenium for our system to absorb as vital antioxidants. It’s also why raw butter in the summer is gold but come winter is yellow (commercial butter is always white but enhanced with annatto). Note to self: when cows eat manmade feed, their saliva is hindered so their ph is distorted which causes physical and psychological disorders, that are treated w/pharmaceuticals vs providing 1-2” grass because it’s cheaper to administer drugs and replace spent cows. Despicable.

Back to summer raw butter… it’s 5x+ higher in CLA than industrial butter (3-4x higher in the winter so it’s still a winner). CLA protects us from cancer because the short and medium chain fatty acids in raw butter have strong anti-tumor effects. Raw milk alone has 500x more CLA than any commercial milk no matter what kind of label you slap on it. (The 5 with two zeros isn’t a typo)! Summer raw butter is especially plentiful in friendly lactobacilli, the probiotic that ironically matches the lactobacilli in our gut! Know what raw butter does magically on it’s own? If you leave it on the counter to ripen, the lactobacilli proliferate into probiotic codes that our immune system uses to find and eradicate the non friendly infectious bacteria in our gut and then helps us absorb calcium and other minerals. Pasteurized-dead butter does not, even if the label is a pretty deep green one from Ireland.

If I hosted a week’s seminar on raw butter and Vitamin K2 alone, I would hardly touch on the medicinal benefits of this ancient food once coveted for nourishing babies and the elderly, curing diseases, aiding in mental stability or correcting infertility. This link is loaded w/profound data how raw butter cures ailments and diseases. Got 56 seconds? Watch Raw Butter: The Queen of Fats video! If there ever was a time to break from commercial dairy and especially give raw milk/butter/cream/buttermilk a chance, it would be this summer.

Longtime customers know we are low on raw butter come Autumn/Winter due to shorter pasture grasses so it’s time to Fort Knox your freezer now thru August!



The differences between Raw Milk vs Commercial Milk is pretty alarming, yet raw milk continues to be demonized.

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We have exciting news! We’ve been selected as USA Delegates to Terra Madre Salone del Gusto 2016! We’re going to see how 80% of the rest of the world supplies food void of GMOs and testosterone-driven Big Ag!!
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5 Billion Reasons To Use Raw Buttermilk


There are more than 5 Billion Colony Forming Units (CFU) of probiotic living bacteria in less than a 1/4 teaspoon of our Ripened Raw ButterMilk! Compare that to commercial buttermilk which is a low fat byproduct manufactured by artificial strains of bacteria from industrial laboratories with additives, gums and stabilizers.  Read more

Ode to Raw Crème Fraîche

Raw Cream



We make several raw cheeses but each December the start of strawberry season, reminds us to don our French aprons and commence making Crème Fraîche! We hope this divine cheese inspires you make it at home or enjoy it when we delight in making it for you. Read more


Lounging Ladies of Leisure

Farm Fresh Fact


A flock which genuinely thrives on pasture and lives outside of any confinement, will instinctually respond to all four seasons, lay eggs cyclically and enter respite from production because of two annual events; Molting and Winter Solstice. A Molting Hen sheds her old feathers for fluffy new ones to prepare for Winter, utilizing protein to generate new feathers versus eggs. Truly pasture-raised Floridian hens respond to their innate cycles regardless of Florida’s balmy Winters. Then, the Earth tilts at Winter Solstice and with shorter daylight, our hens commence their “vacation” by not laying eggs. They become Ladies of Leisure lounging in warmer spots on the pasture, dirt bathing and napping more frequently. Even the roosters instinctually know the hens are on sabbatical so their cockiness slows down! Read more

Roosters Have a J-O-B



The backyard chicken-keeping movement across our country has thankfully sparked a lot of attention over laying hens and nutritional eggs but still today a key element to a healthy flock is hardly mentioned. Roosters! Roosters have an important j.o.b. Read more