The only A2 A2 dairy herd in California?

From the website of the [link removed for now]

”]“We are a small family farm just north of [town name removed]. We originally sought our first cow to nourish our young boys [names removed for now] with healthy milk.

One cow is a registered Jersey cow rescued from an organic Strauss dairy. She has always been pasteured and fed organic feed. Through DNA testing in Europe we were able to authenticate that she is an A2 A2 cow. Due to the demand for A2 milk in a year’s time we bought three more Jersey cows. [references to names of cows removed]

We may be the only truly organic A2 herd in California…”

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14 responses to “The only A2 A2 dairy herd in California?

  1. Pingback: Questions asked about A1, A2 milk at recent Biodynamic conference in New York « The Bovine

  2. KChaudhry

    Hello,
    I have been looking for A2 milk from jersey cows for my autistic boys and was thrilled to find out that you are in Santa Rosa. Could you please let me know if you directly sell this milk or should I go your distributor?

    Thanks

  3. thebovine

    I asked these folks where they got their testing done and this was the response:

    “UC Davis now offers the service….. I use to send it to the Netherlands.”

    I take it that means University of California at Davis.

  4. Regina Ferrara

    does anyone know how to get in touch with this farm?

  5. Does anyone have the link?? I would love some A2 milk

  6. I agree that this site should have left the links. If you are supporting raw milk then we should have knowledge of any new farms.

  7. thebovine

    Links were removed at the Farm’s request. I think their privacy concerns trump anybody else’s “need to know”.

  8. ..--..-

    I prefer milk be pasteurized, but I must know where to get A2 milk in So.California. Please tell me, someone?

  9. Meredith McCann

    What farm is this? Do they sell a2 raw milk to the public?

  10. maggie campbell

    Do you guys live in california. I would be interested in purchasing raw milk from you.

  11. Anuk

    Does this cow has hump? I cannot see from the pic. Thanks in advance.

  12. don

    What kind of manure is this cow plop? No brand names, no locations or even cow names to reference. I’d like to see the answers to some of the questions posted here.

  13. Amber

    Hi there just thought I’d ask you
    We are looking for a miniature milk cow for our family,
    About 39″ Petite so my 10 yr old is bigger
    A2/A2 because A2 milk is what our family needs
    Dwarf negative, so we will have no problems selling the future calfs, recovering losses and costs. Located in CA willing to travel for the right situation. Hoping to have a calf or milking cow in spring of 15′
    All testing for dwarf and A2 status can be done at UC DAVIS CA, they simple tests one just requires tail hairs for the A2 test.

  14. Amber

    Hi there just thought I’d ask you We are looking for a miniature milk cow for our family, About 39″ Petite so my 10 yr old is bigger A2/A2 because A2 milk is what our family needs Dwarf negative, so we will have no problems selling the future calfs, recovering losses and costs. Located in CA willing to travel for the right situation. Hoping to have a calf or milking cow in spring of 15′ All testing for dwarf and A2 status can be done at UC DAVIS CA, they simple tests one just requires tail hairs for the A2 test.

    Room for some flexibility

    Amber

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