Who We Are

We are a small family farm who, like everyone, is facing uncertainty due to COVID-19. Along with many of our friends who are also small family farmers around Sonoma County. We heard that the store shelves were going bare of dairy products, and we know we have plenty to go around, so instead of sitting back and waiting for someone to do something about it, we took the bull by the horns, (pun intended) and jumped into action to not only fill the need for fresh farm products in your refrigerator, but we are also doing our part to eliminate as many hands in the farm-to-refrigerator process as possible.

Our employees have committed to taking care to handle products safely, keep hands washed, wear gloves when delivering, and to practice social distancing. We are all in this together, and we each have to do our part. One of our missions is to get food safely to those who most need it. The elderly should not have to leave their home and put themselves at risk to get their essentials, so our delivery service is free to anyone over the age of 65 (this is on the honor system, and we just ask that you please help us help others by respecting it).

We believe that it is our duty to step up and help where we can, and it just so happens that we think that bringing back the milkman will have the added bonus of being fun for the community. You’ll see us milkmen and milkwomen, delivering in all white, just like the good ol’ days. Help us take this bull by the horns, and spread this service to anyone you think it could help. Thank you to our community for supporting eachother in times like this.


Can't get enough milk in the store? We've heard! So we started bottling milk fresh from our dairy, and we are bringing back the days of the milkman by dropping it on your front doorstep. With less people in the chain of how you get your milk, it's more fresh, less hands have touched the packaging, and best of all you don't have to wait in line at the grocery store! We've got our minds set that we need to all do the best we can to prevent the Coronavirus from spreading, so we'll help you do your part to Stay At Home!

Many small farms are struggling due to the current state of the world and all the shut-downs (yes, the shut-downs affect those of us way out in the country, too). We want to support our neighbors and help them get their food to you through this difficult time, too.

The following are the brands we have partnered with to bring you a full spectrum of dairy products as well as some other local farm foods.
All of these are locally sourced from small, family-farm operations; Our friends, who are working hard to keep safe, reliable food on tables through the COVID-19 Crisis. We are all in this together.


Farm fresh milk, straight from our Holstein cows (the cute black & white ones). Our low-temp pasteurization is considered "Almost Raw" milk, so easier to digest. We put tremendous care into our animals, so they produce the best tasting milk around. Our farm is organic, regenerative, and pasture based, and has won numerous quality awards. This is fresh, 100% real, pure, whole milk, and only milk.

Artisan Gelato

Done the old fashioned way; slow churned, low-temp pasteurized. The flavor is able to shine because we start with our high quality, award winning milk, which is single farm sourced. Gelato is the fancier, lower-fat, and lower-sugar version of its cousin, ice cream. So it is not only healthier, but tastes richer, creamier, and fresher than ice cream. We could say it's the superior cousin. See why here.

Cheese & Butter

Locally produced (by our neighbor, Larry). We have everything from Cheddar and Jack, to a plethora of specialty cheeses. My favorite is Mikes Firehouse Jack, named after Petaluma's fire captain.
Petaluma Creamery also makes delicious butter in 2 styles; a European Style - with fresh milk and cream, and Farmhouse - a craftsman style using whey. Which is your favorite?


Straight from our farm, bottled on-site, from bees that we rescued from the Kincade Fire. They now live harmoniously in the pastures with our happy cows, and help with the regenerative nature of our farm. We bee-lieve that the positive energy from these happy creatures is passed on through their raw honey. Local honey is said to have healing benefits, and this stuff is the best tasting around.

Our Work

Just a glimpse into the daily life of where your milk comes from.
We put a lot of love and hard work into every step of caring for the cows, the land, and the products that we put on tables.









Meet Our Team

Our team is our family, both literally and figuratively.
We'd like to use this space to briefly introduce you to the Moreda Family, where this whole thing began. Click on the photo below to learn more about our team.

The Moreda Family

Photo above by Sonoma County Farm Bureau: The Moreda Family and their dairy cows are “Out Standing in their Field”.

I grew up on this dairy and it's made me strong, both mentally and physically. I've used the work ethic I've learned here to launch a successful career as a professional athlete, and I compete all around the world. I can attest that Milk Does a Body Good! Thank you to Mom and Dad for raising me in this amazing atmosphere and with a strong work ethic. I love our family farm.

Shelina Moreda

It's my job to love on the baby calves, and look cute for photos. I'll learn all about the hard work of the dairy a little later in life, for now it's all fun and games and I'm alright with that. I love being raised in such a unique lifestyle, I don't even know yet how lucky I am. (interpreted by my Auntie Shelina)

The Next Generation
Klancy Moreda

I did NOT know what I was getting myself into when I married this man years ago. I was born in San Bernardino, California... a SoCal city girl. I was a cheerleader, rally commissioner, and thought I was dating the high school football star (no, he's a dairy farmer). My father is a contractor and my mother was the "domestic engineer" and the architect, I had a strong working relationship to look up to. As a city girl, I could not have been prepared for the mud and flies that come with taking care of cattle haha. I am grateful to have been able to raise my family in such an amazing environment, caring for the land, the cattle, and eachother as a family. Wouldn't trade it for the world.

Amazing Values Taught
Donald & Deborah Moreda Jr