Hay milk represents the most traditional form of milk production.
The feeding of animals is, as historically it always has been in the Alpine countries, adapted to the seasons.
Hay milk comes from cows that are fed exclusively on fresh grass in summer and primarily on hay in winter with a small amount of supplementary grain and protein meal. No silage (fermented feed) is given.
Hay milk has a full taste and it is rich in precious nutritional substances.
In syntony with nature
The production of hay milk is in full syntony with nature. Hay milk farmers take care of their pastures in a sustainable way. By doing this they guarantee herbal biodiversity of meadows and alpine pastures. Thus they essentialy contribute to maintaining the alpine landscape.