Since 1848 Clearview Dairy has been farmer owned and is dedicated to producing high quality A2 Cheese. Owners Jenny and Louis Averbeck are the 6th generation to run the farm with hopes that their son Garen will continue on the tradition. In 2015 the Averbeck’s began breeding the A2 genetics when learning about Jenny's own dairy allergy. They stumbled upon the genetic variation that could be in Holsteins. From there they bought the herd of cows from Louis parents and begin the breeding process.
“I couldn’t imagine doing anything else. I love that I get to spend each and every day outside working with Mother Nature – even in the cold! Just give me a hooded jacket and I’m good to go. There’s nothing better than the smell of the fresh outdoors and the freedom that comes with it.”
The name, Clearview Dairy, came to be because of where they are situated, it’s super flat and nice clear view for miles around. They are on a mission to purvey their specialty cheeses to the community near and far. While they offer a few varieties of cheeses their favorite would have to be Moo Time Mozzarella.
“Our family doesn’t really have a favorite cheese persay as we eat a lot of it. If we had to choose, one of the best ones would be our MooTime Mozzarella to make homemade/fresh pizzas!”-Jenny Averbeck
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Health Benefits of A2 Cheese
By consuming more omega-3 fatty acids like the ones in A2 milk, you can potentially lower your cholesterol levels. The potassium present in A2 milk benefits your blood pressure, as well. It could help your mood.Nov 24, 2022
A2 Cow Milk is a rich source of minerals such as calcium, potassium, phosphorus which are necessary for strong bones and teeth, better functioning of muscles, regulation of blood pressure, tissue and cell growth and enhancing good cholesterol (HDL) and maintain overall nourishment and well-being of the body. (A2 Cow Milk and its benefits (barosi.in))
Currently, A2 milk is marketed as a healthier choice than regular A1 milk. Proponents assert that A2 has several health benefits and is easier for people with milk intolerance to digest. (A1 vs. A2 Milk — Does It Matter? (healthline.com))