She has a look that is like no other in the barn or in the field. Alone in all that she is.
Surrounded by not one who resemble her.
Her wool is dreadlocks that adorn her body and her face.
She is as dark as the other side of the moon. Often cast off alone to the side. I wonder if she notices that she is the only one in the room?
We just conversed about her over supper last night. I had assumed she was barren and what would be her future?
But in the cold of the night, as we spoke of her, unknown to us, she gave birth.
Putting all the dangerous circumstances aside, she got her baby girl up off that frigid ground!
It struck me deeply to my core... Never Underestimate Her!
Baa Baa Black Sheep!
Our sweet and wise queen cow Gertrude
gave birth last night to a beautiful bull calf.
We're so happy to have them both.
Blessed with an abundance of extraordinary milk.
Guernsey milk is clearly different milk than its “white” milk counterparts for many reasons.
The unique golden color of Guernsey milk comes from an unusually high content of orange beta-carotene.
The difference in the quality of Guernsey milk is remarkably higher than other cow’s milk. Through research, we are learning more each day about the value of the Golden Guernsey milk.
This golden milk has invaluable health properties. We have testimonies, from our customers, of health being restored by way of this revitalizing, life-giving, sacred golden milk
Golden Guernsey milk contains 12% more protein, 30% more cream, 33% more vitamin D, 25% more A and 15% more calcium than the average white milk. Ninety-six percent (96%) of Guernsey milk is A2 protein milk.
This is premium milk naturally high in Beta-Carotene, Omega 3, calcium, and A2 protein.
Best of all Guernsey cows do not need specialty formulated feed or additives to achieve these nutritional benefits.
It is simply pure and wholesome. All natural from this blessed cow!
Right now would be a great time to join our Raw Milk Herd Share.
Contact us to find out how you can get a glass of this Guernsey Goodness!
A Woman Farming