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    Quote Originally Posted by Hotmail View Post
    How can milk be grass fed? It doesn't eat...
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    I only buy heavy whipping cream but I'll look for this stuff the next time we shop at Wally World.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ziok View Post
    I try to avoid Wal-Mart as much as I can but I found myself in the dairy section and saw just under the Horizon Organic milk, a grass fed milk by this company: Organic Valley - Organic Milk, Cheese, Butter, Eggs & More. Farmer-Owned since 1988.

    I also found this same brand at my local HEB with seasonal (per package) grass-fed butter. I am in the Houston, TX area and have found secondary to local farms, grass-fed dairy to be difficult to find. Does anyone else know information about this company and its claims to be grass-fed?
    The only problem I have with the milk is it that the milk is still Homogenized. I would prefer it not to be, so that the natural molecular structure of the fat molecules don't change. Milk Homogenization and Heart Disease | A Campaign for Real MilkA Campaign for Real Milk

    Also the milk is Ultra pasteurized which is the worst from of pasteurization. Vat pasteurization is better and at a way lower temperature.

    Is it better than regular milk, yes. But not by much. Kalona makes a good milk, Milk Kalona SuperNatural
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    Do they sell these in Canada?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron_Swanson View Post
    The only problem I have with the milk is it that the milk is still Homogenized. I would prefer it not to be, so that the natural molecular structure of the fat molecules don't change. Milk Homogenization and Heart Disease | A Campaign for Real MilkA Campaign for Real Milk

    Also the milk is Ultra pasteurized which is the worst from of pasteurization. Vat pasteurization is better and at a way lower temperature.

    Is it better than regular milk, yes. But not by much. Kalona makes a good milk, Milk Kalona SuperNatural
    Good stuff. I was shocked to see they sold this at my local organic store since I live in such a small town.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
    Do they sell these in Canada?

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    I know grass fed butter isn't available there, some dairy industry mafia thing, but I'm not sure how that effects milk, cheese, or meat.

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