Alexandre Family Farms
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Our Heavy Whipping Cream is 40% butterfat vs. the usual 35% of other whipping creams We use a “low and slow” heating method when preparing our milk to harness all of the wholesome goodness in pasture-raised cow’s milk. Our cool, coastal climate provides green grass 365 days a year – a constant source of nourishment for our unique blend of crossbreed cows and our milk. The result is higher CLA and Omega 3 fatty acids for a healthier, creamier taste.
Where the redwoods meet the sea in Northern California’s Humboldt and Del Norte Counties, we – Blake and Stephanie Alexandre along with our five children – work together as a family. It starts with the soil; this is where we cultivate a complex nutrient cycle that takes root in our year-round green grasses, and comes full circle on your table in the form of delicious, nutrient-dense organic milk and eggs. Our dairy cows and our hens enjoy true outdoor living as they graze open pastures alongside each other, a way of farming that the Cornucopia Institute describes as, “Exemplary – beyond organic.” The depth of our commitment: to family tradition, to our EcoDairy farming practice, and to providing consistent quality from our single-origin farm, is matched only by the depth of taste in our products. Here on the Alexandre Family Farm, our farm practice is setting a new standard in organic, pasture-raised dairy farming. We’re looking beyond organic and biodynamic certification and we’re raising crossbreed A2/A2 cattle to craft the healthiest, best-tasting milk possible. We are more than farmers, we are caretakers with a commitment to stewardship that reaches beyond our farm gate. We are proud to be bringing to market milk like we use to drink years and years ago, old fashioned milk.
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