Our Promise

Learn why it matters where your milk comes from

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We always expect more of ourselves.
We believe that raising the bar begins with demanding integrity in our practices, the treatment of our animals, and the quality of our products—all of which, is our promise to you. We keep our promise to our families, our customers and our planet everyday by remaining independent and family owned, giving back to the community, and continuing to lead the way for others in the dairy industry.

Our promise to our customers, communities and cows to ensure the highest standards of dairy production possible.

Our B Corp certification recognizes our efforts to leverage business practices as a source of social and environmental good.

As an early adopter, we launched an USDA Certified Organic line in 1999.

In 2000, we became the first and only dairy company in the U.S. to be certified by the American Humane Association (AHA) for their animal welfare program.

As stewards of the land, we donate 1% of our gross Lactose Free Milk sales to environmental non-profits.

All Non-GMO verified products follow the high standards of Non-GMO Project.

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Cows are not treated with the growth hormone rBST.

Cows cared for under American Humane Certified animal welfare standards.

All Non-GMO verified products follow the high standards of Non-GMO Project, and all organic products, the USDA Organic standards.

Daily and weekly testing of milk to ensure low bacteria counts, 3-6x lower than state and federal standards.

Farms strive to make annual environmental improvements to their land.

Cows are not treated with the growth hormone rBST.

Cows cared for under American Humane Certified animal welfare standards.

All Non-GMO verified products follow the high standards of Non-GMO Project, and all organic products, the USDA Organic standards.

Daily and weekly testing of milk to ensure low bacteria counts, 3-6x lower than state and federal standards.

Farms strive to make annual environmental improvements to their land.