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Steve’s Raw Goat Milk Yogurt unites premium nutrition to a pet-delicious treat. Goat milk is naturally full of probiotics and the full gamut of vitamins and minerals – sometimes 300 times more than cow’s milk. Our Goat Milk Yogurt can be fed as a snack or used as a food topper to add raw nutrition to a dry or canned meal. This product boosts the immune system and supports healthy digestion. It is chock-full of carrier enzymes that allow for thorough assimilation of vitamins and nutrients. In addition to the many health benefits of Goat Milk, our yogurt has much more to offer, including:

  • Chia
  • Coconut Flour
  • Milk from Free-Rage, Antibiotic, and Hormone-Free Goats
  • Packed with Probiotics (Lactobacillus delbrueckii, Lactobacillus bulgaricus, Streptococcus thermophilus, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifidobacterium Lactis, and Bifidobacterium longum)
  • No Pasteurization or High Pressure Processing
  • Highly palatable
  • Available in 4oz and 16oz reclosable spout pouches

 

A little more about the ingredients:

Benefits of Chia

Chia is known to have been a staple in ancient Mesoamerican civilizations such as the Aztecs and the Mayans.  Chia is a superfood, full of protein, Omega 3 healthy fats, and fiber, as well as being high in manganese, calcium, and phosphorous.  This mint family seed can be digested whole due to its swelling/gelling action initiated when exposed to liquid, allowing chia to absorb up to 12 times its weight in water. The gelled version helps cleanse the colon by absorbing toxins.  It is also well known for its benefits to diabetics because of its assistance in stabilizing blood sugar and improving blood pressure.

Coconut Flour – the “magic fruit.”

Once thought of as a high-fat food, coconut has improved its reputation through the discovery of its endless benefits for the body, both internal and external.  It is antiviral, antifungal, antibacterial, and anti-parasitic.  Coconut improves the body’s ability to absorb calciumYogurt and magnesium,  and has hundreds of different health-improving uses.

 

Feeding Instructions

 

It would be very hard to feed a dog too much yogurt, but below are our feeding guidelines for feeding as a food topper or treat.


Weight of Dog
FOOD TOPPER
Oz to Feed per Meal
TREAT
Oz to Feed as a treat
<15 1 oz 1.5 oz
16-40 2 oz 2.5 oz
41-60 3 oz 3.5 oz
61-80 4 oz 4.5 oz
81-100+ 5 oz 5.5 oz

 

 

 

Harlow Hills Farms: The story of our goats

tyler and goatHere at Steve’s we are dedicated to sourcing our produce and meat from the most environmentally conscious farms in the country.  Our goats milk is no different, and the story of Harlow Hills Farms demonstrates that.  Kristina and Greg Harlow are a living testament that the American dream can is achievable even while maintaining sustainable, humane, and globally responsible standards. Their story includes a little chance, a little luck, and a lot of hard work.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Like so many Americans, Kristina and her husband Greg dreamed of owning land & a family business. They wanted a safe place to raise their children and teach the value of a strong work ethic. In 2003, they purchased  80 acres in Oregon & started making that dream a reality. They began by planting a vineyard, mowing blackberries, & cleaning up the 50×100 ft barn that collapsed just days after they purchased the property. They mowed more blackberries, cleaned up more land, put up fencing to keep the dogs in, and mowed more blackberries. Then they mowed more blackberries. They were everywhere!

Then they learned that goats eat blackberries! The decision seemed obvious, and that day they decided they needed some goats. The farm came equipped with an old dairy building from the 50’s, and stepping in its door was like stepping back in history, with all the necessary equipment still there.  It looked like the original owners, the Fruins, had simply closed the doors and walked away. So with an incredible amount of time and money, they restored, remodeled, and added onto this old building to make it a Grade-A dairy again – this time for goats instead of cows.