In most modern dairies, milk is pumped through pumplines into bulk tanks and stored before it is bottled or pumped into a tanker truck for processing.
Our milk is collected in sealed milk cans and moved immediately to our dairy room, where it is filtered twice, bottled and moved to a freezer to chill. Once it’s ice cold, it’s moved to a refrigerator for delivery or pickup the next morning. It never sits in a bulk tank. It is never moved from the farm except for delivery. It never sits in a refrigerator waiting for a buyer. If it’s not taken within 48 hours, it goes to our chickens and pigs.
That’s why our milk is so sweet. Always fresh, clean and cold!