Organic foods starting with dairy products

Nowadays, people tend to use organic products, and dairy products are among the best choices to start with, thanks to its cheap price and environment-friendly production.

The Organic September  is the biggest campaign in the UK to promote the organic productions in farms and boost the welfare as well as the environment quality. In the past, organic foods are only made for rich people, with mostly luxurious dishes and through a complicated process of production. Meanwhile, with the misunderstanding of people about the foods, many think that the kind of food are difficult to find. However, nowadays a lot of people have realized that organic foods only need a natural production.

With the organic dairy system, farmers make a third less amount of milk than the normal non-organic farming. However, the difficulty goes along with the quality. The organic milk contains 1/2 more amount of fatty acids typed omega 3. This is an essential substance which protect us from heart-related diseases and dementia..

Raw milk is milk which does not go through the heat treatment to kill bacteria, so it is also full of nutrients and good properties. There is only a step needed before consuming the organic raw milk. It is the check of milk quality to be free of E coli and salmonella. To get raw milk, you should go directly to the farms and buy it there.

Cows now can produces 93% more milk than in 1975. In order to reach the productivity, there must be some methods to be used on those cows, which we cannot ensure the healthy, sustainable and humane methods for all farms. As the result, most cows cannot live as long as before because of that. Normally, every cow only reach the high production for 3 years. After that, they are transferred to be slaughtered. Calves need to be born every year, and they are taken away after one or two days old so that their mothers can provide milk for human consumption.

With organic standards for raising cows, we can consume the dairy products after a more humane process. Cows can live a longer, healthier and happier life.

What is organic milk?

Not only popular in the US, Australia and Europe, the trend of using Organic food is taking the throne in also Asian country which is organic milk – one of the most delicious foods, especially for Young children are a typical example. Find out about the benefits of organic milk to know why more and more wise mothers choose for their children to come!
Using organic milk is a smart choice.

– Cows enjoy the fresh air and spacious grazing space in accordance with their characteristics.

– Cow can eat completely organic food, not genetically modified

– Antibiotics, growth hormones and stimulants are completely banned.

– Clear traceability system

Use organic milk to help protect nature

– For grasslands, feed for cows, grass and soil is fed with natural green manure.

– Chemical fertilizers or pesticides are completely banned in organic agriculture

– Birds and beneficial insects are used to replace plant protection chemicals.

According to the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), organic milk needs to meet 4 criteria to be labeled “organic milk (also called Organic milk)”.
– First: Organic cows are grazed on the pasture – natural grass sources do not use pesticides, no chemical fertilizers, no preservatives or colorings and no genetically modified seeds ( GMO). Therefore, organic milk will not be contaminated with toxic chemicals.
– Second: There is no growth hormone in cows (BGH). This hormone is usually injected into the cow to stimulate milk production. For other cows, this hormone is usually found in milk, but organic cows do not.
– Third: no antibiotics. Consuming milk-based antibiotics will make you immune to antibiotics and cause illness. This, absolutely not in organic milk.
– Finally: Time for cattle grazing. On organic farms, cows will have plenty of space to freely move in the pasture. Creating lots of space for cows can help them reduce stress, not stress. Research shows that cows’ milk is grazed on pastures, has higher nutrient concentrations than conventional dairy cows that live in small spaces, with no room for grazing regulations.

Organic milk compares to Regular milk

Organic milk is made from natural ingredients that are produced and processed in accordance with the Organic standard, from cow’s milk that is purely organic.
Organic cow’s milk must be strictly followed the process to produce the milk:
– Do not use hormone growth for cattle
– No residue of antibiotics
– No pesticides.

How does organic milk and regular milk differ?
Back to the time about 25 years ago, at which all animal raising activities were almost completely natural, animals were grazed on grassland and naturally moving, eating grass without the intervention of any public any art. The nutrients supplied by the animals have the trust of the users. It is possible to synthesize the elements from the organic dairy to differentiate with the farming dairy industry such as:

Nutrition: The pasture where the cows are grazed should not be sprayed with insecticides, no stimulants, no chemical fertilizers or anything other than nutrition from nature. Water for cattle also ensures strict standards.

No antibiotics and growth hormone: The injection of antibiotics and growth hormone into dairy cows will leave residues in the milk. Although strict inspection is required before use, public opinion is reluctant to use products from antibiotic-dependent dairy cows and growth hormones.

Dairy cows are naturally grazed. It is also easy to understand that the nature will provide the healthy source of nutrition. The cows are washed by the rain and sunbathing on the green grassland to have a healthy body and provide a healthy source of nutrition.

Organic Standard is the highest standard for food in the world. Organic milk products are manufactured according to strict procedures as: There are absolutely no chemicals, nopreservatives, technology production is absolutely safe. As a result, organic dairy products are rich in natural nutrients, ensuring utmost safety for the health of the consumers