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What type of cows produce Snowville Creamery Milk?

Snowville Creamery sources milk from several genetically diverse herds: a mix of Jersey, Guernsey, Brown Swiss, milking shorthorn and Friesian. Rather than breeding for highest milk production, health, hardiness, and fertility are highly-valued attributes.

All Grade A milk must test negative for the presence of antibiotics before going to market as required by law. In the instance that a cow is sick and advised by a veterinarian to be treated with antibiotics, she is tagged and her milk is taken separately and discarded. The milk from a cow that has been...

Snowville’s farmers are always concerned with the health and safety of their cows, and a major part of this means making sure they fulfill their cows’ dietary needs. Quite often, especially during the winter, foraging on grass alone is not enough energy to sustain a lactating cow. To help alleviate this energy...

Snowville Creamery's products are better for the cows, better for the planet, and better for you.


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