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Goat Cheese

Goat’s milk also contains 27 percent more of the antioxidant selenium than cow’s milk.

Goat Milk

Goats' milk is highly nutritious, contains essential vitamins and minerals and is an ideal food for the whole family to enjoy.

A1-Free Milk

Now all Kimberly’s Best products come from cows tested to have A2/A2 genetic.

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What does a1-free Mean?

Our A1 Free milk is naturally produced by well cared for cows. Ordinary milk cows produce a mixture of A2 and A1 milk protein. Why should you try A1 Free milk? Do you struggle with an upset stomach or discomfort in your digestive system when consuming dairy products? Research shows that the consumption of A2 protein in dairy products can reduce and/or eliminate the discomfort that can be associated with the A1 protein in many dairy products. If you have struggled with this discomfort then give our A1 Free milk a try. It’s sure to put a smile on your face. Taste the difference.

About Kimberly's Best

At Kimberly's Best right here in Southern Idaho we saw a need to produce dairy products that are new and innovative. We make cheese and bottle milk from A1 Free milk and also from fresh goats milk. Our commitment to you the customer is a high quality product that will taste delicious. Our goal is to bring a fresh new experience to our customers with delicious cheese and great tasting milk that is easy to digest. When Kimberly's Best Creamery started processing milk, we were committed to only sourcing milk from our dairy that uses the highest quality feeds and forages, including managing their herd without the use of artificial growth hormones and doing it in a humane way.

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