Our milk is unique - we have the only Grade A dairy herd in California consisting mainly of Guernsey goats, bred from pedigree stock originating on the British Channel island of Guernsey.
The rich taste of our milk is provided by these small, reddish-blond, hairy, calm-dispositioned goats. Our Guernseys, along with our Nubians and Nigerian Dwarfs, produce high-quality milk with a high butterfat content.
If you are already a goat milk aficionado and haven't tried our milk yet - you are in for a treat!
If you're thinking about trying goat milk but are skeptical - start with our milk. You'll find it sweet and creamy, with a mild flavor that our customers' children love!
We also make delicious raw aged Feta and Cheshire cheeses! Check out our entire selection of farm-fresh products here.
Our herd and dairy is fully certified by the CDFA and CDPH to Grade A Raw Milk standards. We are also a certified cheese creamery and processed food facility. We are not yet certified organic but are on the CCOF list for certification.
We do everything as naturally as we possibly can. It goes without saying that we do not give our goats hormones, nor do we administer antibiotics unless it is absolutely necessary. Our goats are healthy and roam happily on our 36-acre farm.
What's next? Organic farming for us goes beyond what the CCOF will finally get around to inspecting on our farm. Naturally grown hay and feed are necessary but not enough. We are currently building a sprouted fodder system in our greenhouse. The sprouted organic seed will provide enough healthy green fodder to supplement our goats' diet with natural minerals and vitamins every day.
Learn about the health benefits of raw milk here.
Did you know that duck eggs are twice as nutritious as chicken eggs? They are packed with nutrients, including Vitamin K2 and Omega-3 fatty acids. They are also alkaline-forming.
Most people who are allergic to chicken eggs are able to eat duck eggs without allergic reactions.
Duck eggs taste similar to chicken eggs and can be used the same way in cooking and baking. The albumen protein in the duck eggs is actually stronger, adding more stability to baked products.
Our ducks are fed certified organic feed, and are also pastured when the season permits. Their egg yolks are a rich yellow color. If you haven't tried duck eggs before, you are in for a treat!
Learn more about duck eggs here.