Our grass fed milk comes from cows that eat grass and dried forage year-round. The cows have access to pasture in the spring, summer and autumn. The result is milk that is naturally nutritious – higher in CLA1 (conjugate linoleic acid) and Omega-3 fats with a more balanced ratio of Omega 3:6 fats2.
When cows are fed the diet they evolved to eat, the end result is healthier farms, healthier animals and healthier dairy products.
1 Khanal, R. C., Dhiman, T. R., & Boman, R. L. (2008). Changes in fatty acid composition of milk from lactating dairy cows during transition to and from pasture. Livestock Science, 114(2), 164-175.
2 Pepples, L. (2010). Is milk from grass-fed cows more heart-healthy. Reuters. Retrieved from http://www.reuters.com/article/us-milk-grass-fed-cows/is-milk-from-grass-fed-cows-more-heart-healthy-idUSTRE64R5GY20100528