Our mission is to educate and inspire farmers, ranchers, and consumers about the importance of sustainability, regenerative farming, and biodiversity in our food systems.

Choosing milk, meat, and eggs from sustainable and environmentally-friendly sources is one way to make more "green" choices as a consumer. Some key factors to consider when making these choices include:

Livestock Management: Look for products that come from farms that use regenerative and holistic management practices, such as rotational grazing, which can help to improve soil health and biodiversity.

Animal Welfare: Choose products that come from farms that prioritize the welfare of their animals, providing them with access to pasture, fresh water, and clean, comfortable housing.

Feed Sources: Look for products that come from farms that use sustainable feed sources, such as non-GMO or organic feed, or that use integrated crop-livestock systems that help to reduce the environmental footprint of the farming system.

Carbon Footprint: Consider the carbon footprint of the products, look for certifications, such as those from organizations like the Carbon Trust or the Carbon Trust Standard for Agriculture, which provide assurance that the product has a lower carbon footprint than conventional products.

Processing and Transport: Choose products that have been processed and transported in an environmentally-friendly manner, such as using renewable energy sources and minimizing food waste.

By considering these factors, consumers can make more informed choices about the milk, meat, and eggs they purchase, and help to support sustainable and environmentally-friendly farming practices.