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Pasture Raised vs. Confinement Farming.

To see how much our cows roam, we put step counters on them.

Turns out they walk around outside more than most humans do in a day. How do you stack up?

To see how much our cows roam, we put step counters on them.

Turns out they walk around outside more than most humans do in a day. How do you stack up?

Our organic pastures are good for cows, you and the environment too.

By forgoing chemicals in our fields, we keep everyone healthier, reduce harmful runoff and build living soil that actually takes more carbon out of the atmosphere.

Our animals get regular doses of pasture.

It’s how they were meant to live, so that’s how we let them live. Our farms are pastoral, low-stress environments where animals have ample room to roam, weather-permitting.

Our animals get regular doses of pasture.

It’s how they were meant to live, so that’s how we let them live. Our farms are pastoral, low-stress environments where animals have ample room to roam, weather-permitting.

We go way beyond “cage-free.”

A lot of terms in food marketing are unregulated or misleading. “Cage-free” eggs could still come from chickens living in cramped industrial warehouses. (Hey! No cage!) But at Organic Valley, our chickens are Free Range, which means we ensure they have access to outdoors, pecking in the grass and taking dust baths.

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A better quality of life produces better quality foods, with more Omega-3s.

Seriously. The happier animals are, the more healthy milk and eggs they produce. Foods with naturally more Omega-3s are good for growing brains, like your kids’.

Our average herd size is just 72 cows.

Most factory farms have herds with thousands of cows. But by keeping our herds small, each cow gets more attention and more TLC.

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