Raw Milk and Soil Improvement
2nd Jun 2010 Posted in: News and Articles 1

An Illinois steel-company executive turned Nebraska dairyman has stumbled onto an amazingly low-cost way to grow high-quality grass – and probably even crops – on depleted soil.

Prema's Calf Tilak
7th May 2010 Posted in: News and Articles 2

Prema’s calf has arrived! Tilak was born Sunday evening in what may have been the smoothest of any births we’ve ever had here, and we have had a lot of smooth ones.

Nandi Is Born
23rd Apr 2010 Posted in: News and Articles 2

Kama-dhenu has given birth to Nandi, a beautiful bull calf. It was historic for Audarya Dairy in two ways: it was our first birth from one of our Jersey cows and it was our first Jersibu calf. A Jersibu calf is a cross between a Jersey and miniature zebu. We have been raising miniature zebus […]

A Cow's Life
3rd Apr 2010 Posted in: News and Articles 0

Once they were a byword for mindless docility. But cows have a secret mental life in which they bear grudges, nurture friendships, and become excited over intellectual challenges, scientists have found.

Turning Up the Heat on Raw Milk in U.S.
16th Mar 2010 Posted in: News and Articles 1

Currently the U.S. senate is considering the FDA’s Food Safety Modernization Act (HR 875), which has been billed as a way to ensure the safety of food for Americans. HR 875 has been surrounded by controversy since its initial proposal in February 2009. At that time, the Internet was overloaded with rumors that the bill […]

It Pays to Graze
15th Mar 2010 Posted in: News and Articles 0

In 1993, Al and Desiree Wehner came to Georgia to farm in an environmentally and economically sustainable way by using pastures as the primary source of food for their herd. Their vision became Georgia’s first modern total grazing dairy, Green Hill Dairy in Quitman, Ga. They expanded to three farms with 1,500 cows, a hand-crafted […]