PEACHY KEEN FARM: Offers nutrient-rich raw A2/A2 Guernsey cow milk, known for its high levels of beneficial proteins & essential nutrients. We're a licensed micro raw milk dairy in Skagit County, WA, where our cows enjoy plenty of grass and sunshine.

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Raw Milk A2/A2, obtained from healthy grass-fed cows, is a nutrient-rich superfood. It provides essential nutrients like calcium, magnesium, phosphate, B vitamins, Vitamin D, iodine, potassium, healthy fats, amino acids, energy (from lactose), and protein. Milk contains two types of protein – whey (20%) and casein (80%) – both of which are highly effective in aiding the absorption of amino acids and supporting muscle growth and repair.

There are two variants of beta-casein found in cow's milk: A2 beta-casein and A1 beta-casein. Originally, cow's milk only contained A2 beta-casein (A2/A2), which is the same primary protein found in human milk. A2 beta-casein is considered more natural and easily digestible by the human body. However, the protein composition of cow's milk has changed over time. A genetic mutation led to the development of the A1 beta-casein variant, resulting in most commercially available cow's milk today being a mix of A1 and A2 beta-casein (A2/A1). Unfortunately, A1 beta-casein can be challenging for humans to digest and has been associated with inflammation, gut discomfort, and various health issues.

Whenever possible, opt for raw milk containing A2/A2 beta-casein protein, which is more easily absorbed and digested by the human body. Conversely, pasteurized milk sold in grocery stores contains A2/A1 beta-casein protein, which can be harder to digest and is linked to inflammation, gut discomfort, and other health issues. It's advisable to avoid this type of milk.

We also provide group tours for both adults and children. Indulge in our homemade hot cocoa made with fresh, raw milk.

Aspen Bokor
Skagit County
Store Type:
Home-Based Business
8349 Birdsview Meadows Ln Concrete, WA 98237
Open Hours:
M-F / 8 am to 5pm - Closed On Holidays