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Our herd
3rd Dec 2011 Posted in: Featured 0

Our milking herd consists of three organic Jersey cows, Kama-dhenu, Syamala, and Prema. Kama-dhenu is a beautiful light taupe color and the smallest of our small herd. The herd is small in two ways: it consists of only three cows and each cow is very small for a Jersey milker, under forty-six inches at the […]

Our cheeses
3rd Dec 2011 Posted in: Featured 0

We began making cheese for the same reasons our ancestors did: to preserve an excess of milk. Thus our creamery was a very natural development of our dairy. All of our cheeses are 100 percent vegetarian and are never made from pasteurized milk. We use sanitary, food-grade equipment and high quality cultures in our 6 […]

Our dairy
3rd Dec 2011 Posted in: Featured 0

Audarya Dairy is a twenty-acre ridgetop property in Mendocino County, California. It is part of a Hindu monastery—Audarya—nestled in the California redwoods. The setting is very rural, three miles off the paved road and surrounded by forested ridgetops and valleys for as far as one can see. We generate all of our own power and […]

Sacred Cow
3rd Dec 2011 Posted in: Featured 0

The world over, the term “sacred cow” has come to mean any stubborn loyalty to a long-standing institution which impedes natural progress. The term originates in India, where the cow is said to be literally worshiped, while thousands of humans suffer from undernourishment. The common, popular view of India in the West is that of […]

Our cheeses
18th Mar 2010 Posted in: Featured 0

Raw, organic, and local, our cheeses are a rare find. Producing all of our cheeses with only our own fresh milk, we offer perhaps the smallest

Our dairy
18th Mar 2010 Posted in: Featured 0

Audarya Dairy is a twenty-acre ridgetop property in Mendocino County, California