Jars are a critical piece for the growth of the Helios Farms Farm Share community. Stores are largely missing half gallon jars, so returning your jars right away is critical to keeping the milk flowing.
Milk production has dropped with the change of the seasons. Next year, we will have a few cows calving every month. This should help level out production. Meanwhile, we may need to purchase a few more fresh organic cows. Keeping...
The name written in sharpie on the jars are cow names. When people sign up, they often call us to tell us that they can't find their name on the jars. They think it's pretty funny when we tell them those are the cow names. Being a herd share owner at Helios Farms, means you always know the name of the cow that produced your Single-Moo Milk™.
We dried up Daisy, so you won't see her milk for a while. I'm hoping that she is bred, but if she is, she just recently was bred. So it will be next year before she's back in the line. Grandma-Sadie decided she had had enough of being in the line and went back to taking care of calves.
The cows in our milking line at this time are:
-Chloe (A2/A2 by Sire/Dam genetics-Full horns-No pharma, Calved on 3/19/20)
Helios Farms is growing fast because we deliver food produced from our farm share owners' livestock without using any modern ag chemicals or food additives. You are part of a community that is getting bigger all the time, and delivering more Single-Moo Milk every month. More children in Oregon have access to the gut microbiome tuning benefits of raw milk as they grow. So being in this community is about c...