Our cows graze freely on grass pastures but also have access to a variety of grains that are not only essential but a natural part of their diet. Undomesticated cows, out in the wild, will come across oats, wheat, rice and grains of all kind and will naturally supplement their diet with the much-needed fats, oils, carbs, proteins and other nutrients found in these food sources. In fact, a cow will choose to include between 5-18% grains, rice, oats, etc in their diet depending on various factors, mainly having to do with life-cycle and lactation cycles. We know that the vast majority of dairies are really just milk factories that rely heavily on grains and corn to a degree that is unhealthy. We allow our cows to have access to grains as they need them, especially during lactation. Our Guernsey cows produce between 3-5 gallons of milk per day compared with 10-18 gallons of milk per day from all other breeds, including 100% grass-fed, organic milk. We appreciate the sentiment behind 100% grass-fed but that is simply a human idea and NOT what would happen naturally if a cow was allowed to graze freely.