Raw Milk Benefits


There are many raw milk benefits over pasteurized and homogenized milk.

Raw milk is milk as it comes out of the mammal that produced it.  We machine milk our cows.  Immediately after milking, the raw milk goes through a filter and cools to below 40 degrees in a bulk refrigerated tank.  We then bottle it without pasteurization.

There are many benefits to not heating the milk.  The proteins and enzymes are whole and active.  They are undamaged.

We do not homogenize the milk.  Homogenization is a process whereby milk is forced through a mechanical screen with pressure to re-shape the fat globules. Homogenized milk does not have cream at the top.  Our milk always has ample cream at the top.  You can mix it back in by shaking the bottle at each use.


Raw milk has some benefits over pasteurized milk, some of which are covered in the following links:

Summary Article by Dr. Mercola on Raw Milk Benefits

The following article by Dr. Joseph Mercola provides a great summary of benefits.

Raw vs. pasteurized

Interview with Chief Executive of largest raw milk dairy in California

Here is an interesting interview by Dr. Mercola of the chief executive of Organic Pastures, a large raw milk dairy in California:

The Devil in the Milk

Here is an interesting article about raw milk versus pasteurized and homogenized milk on Mercola’s website:

The devil in the milk

PBS Food Forward Program on Raw Milk

PBS did a very high quality program for Food Forward on raw milk and milk products.  This is a long video, but is well worth watching!

Food Forward – Modern Milk

CDC Warning

The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warn that raw, unpasteurized milk may contain harmful bacteria. Pregnant women, children, the elderly and persons with lowered resistance to disease have the highest risk of harm from use of unpasteurized products.

In light of their warning, we encourage you to use discretion when choosing raw milk and raw milk products for your consumption.

2 thoughts on “Raw Milk Benefits

  1. I have been lactose intolerant from the time I was a baby. I would get a terrible stomach ache. If I were to drink/eat raw milk products will I still get the stomach ache? I am now 77 and never drink milk but do eat a tiny bit of cheese. Even goat cheese bothers my stomach.

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