The raw milk Rawesome Foods raid

I am loving my fresh raw milk and I believe everyone should have the right to drink raw milk if they believe it’s healthier than the overly processed liquid sold in stores.


Cloth Baby Wipes/ Antibacterial Wipes Formula

My cloth baby wipes (and the wipes I use to wash Bonney’s udder, too!) are both soaked in the same water mixture. I did a lot of research into what I should wet my baby wipes with. For a long time, I used a water/lotion/soap combination. It worked well and smelled good, but still wasn’t quite what I wanted. I wanted more of an antibacterial wipe for when we were out and about; something I could clean a high chair in a restaurant, a dropped toy, or dirty hands with.

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The Raw Milk Controversy

My family drinks raw milk. We have a family goat, Bonney, who gives us a daily supply of fresh, sweet, healthy milk. I firmly believe raw milk is the best milk. But according to the FDA, “Milk and milk products provide a wealth of nutrition benefits. But raw milk can harbor dangerous microorganisms that can pose serious health risks to you and your family.”

This week, the Weston A. Price Foundation posted a new Press Release concerning raw milk on their website.  I have emphasized a few of the facts in the following article rather than writing too much about it.

Bonney's raw milk with cream at the top: HEALTHIER than pasteurized milk.

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That Sweet, Sweet Grain

My newest dairy goats, Hattie and Jeepers, need a little incentive to come to me. The solution is sweet grain: a delicious combination of corn, oats, barley, and alfalfa pellets lightly tossed with molasses. It’s made just for my goats by the chefs who are employed by Southern States.  The critics give it rave reviews.

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