Wisdom from an Organic Valley Farm Dad
A sixth-generation Organic Valley farm dad ponders the connection between organic farming, family, parenthood, and the wisdom passed down from his grandparents.
What Does Certified Organic Mean for Animal Care?
Organic Valley believes working with nature is essential to happy animals. Our farmers follow strict regulations to become USDA Certified Organic and our standards go above and beyond to ensure our animals live their best lives.
Quirky Things We Do to Care for Our Cows
Organic Valley farmers love their cows and show it in a number of ways. Massaging brushes and music for cows are just a few ways our farmers go above and beyond to raise happy, healthy cows!
Small Carbon Footprint, Big Climate Goals: Organic Valley Carbon Neutral by 2050
Organic Valley is committing to becoming carbon neutral by 2050. Organic Valley family farms have a lower carbon footprint than the national average.
The Happy Cow Difference
We want the cows on Organic Valley’s small family farms to be happy. The cows get plenty of outdoor time on green organic pastures. Cows are also given the freedom to exhibit natural behaviors, and our farmers follow strict animal care standards.
Soul of Farming: First Time Farmers with Emily Donegan
A Vermont woman didn’t know a thing about farming until she and her husband took a leap of faith and purchased a dairy farm. Though farming is challenging, she loves the lifestyle and innumerable benefits her family gets from living on an organic farm.