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Snowville Creamery
Are milk and cookies a favorite at your house? Warren Taylor wants more consumers to appreciate rich, healthful, flavorful milk. He is the owner and operator of Ohio’s Snowville Creamery. Discover what makes Warren’s milk different from the usual variety you’ll find at the supermarket – what he believes is more like nature intended.

What’s the difference? Warren says it’s not about the cows, but what they eat. Warren milks only grass fed cows and then pasteurizes his milk at a much lower…but legally allowed…temperature. In addition, Snowville Creamery milk is not homogenized meaning that your bottle has milk and cream separate. That’s just the way you’d find it generations ago.

 

 
Ice Cream - Fun Fact:
The next time you enjoy an ice cream cone, think about this: it takes 12 pounds of milk to make one gallon of ice cream. And if you’re buttering that bagel, it takes 21 pounds of milk to make one pound of butter.

Links
Snowville Creamery
Ohio Farm Bureau Federation
Ohio Department of Agriculture


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