Reverence Wellness Products

As long as an item is in stock it will ship within a week of purchase. We use a small manufacturer and everything is done by hand and with care.

No, online offerings are drop-shipped from our manufacturers. We have some items available for sale in our retail store. Click here to shop.

Our wellness line ships to the United States. Hawaii, Alaska & Canada please contact us via our contact form for a special shipping quote before purchasing.

We are happy to check with our distributor about shipping to you in your country of residence. Please contact us via our contact page for a custom shipping quote before purchasing.


NO! Straws of semen are stored in liquid nitrogen and shipped in a nitrogen vapor tank, and must be kept in nitrogen storage at all times.

Usually, we ship on Mondays from our distributor in Michigan. Please plan on allowing two weeks for an order to arrive, because sometimes the tank won’t ship until the following Monday. Because of the special nature of the packaging (a vapor tank inside of a plastic shipper), it sometimes happens that the distributor hasn’t received enough shippers back from other customers to ship out a new order, so they have to wait for the return of the shippers.

Usually, the tank arrives at your door the same week it leaves the distributor. The vapor tanks have enough nitrogen to last for 10-14 days, so even if it doesn’t arrive by the end of the week, chances are good that the straws are just fine. 

We will replace the straws at no charge. 

There are two zip ties in the shipper, one for the vapor tank and one for the shipper, so both can go back safely, one inside of the other. There is a return (paid) UPS label inside the shipper. Please remove all other stickers on the shipper and affix the new label on the shipper. You can either then take your tank to a local UPS store or call for a pickup. 

Properly stored, the straws can last decades. Over many, many years the plastic in the straws becomes more brittle with time, but that takes a decade or more. We are still using straws from the 1940s and they are viable!


We give “raw pet milk” away at events and other specified times that we let people know about through our newsletter (see below) and social media. We accept donations for the milk to our family’s mission to feed children in Honduras. Knowing Love Ministries We sold pet milk for years and while it was very popular, our insurance company would no longer cover the farm at all if we sold raw milk. More recently, with a different insurance company, we trialed a herdshare but found that we did not have adequate facilities or infrastructure to bottle on a weekly basis. 

Yes! We have an open-door policy on the farm for visitors, although we are not here to be tour guides. You are welcome to walk on the trails Visit The Farm and see the cows. We get up-close with the cows during our on-farm events and tours. Click here to learn more.

We will have yearling and/or bred heifers available at some point to our Team Karreman members, which is an elite part of our Stockholders Exchange mentorship program. The best way to get an opportunity to buy one of our heifers is to become a member of the program and participate and learn and engage as much as you can. Our animals are truly family to us and rather than selling them to the highest bidder, we instead hand-select homes for them within our Stockholders program. Generally, we do not sell milk cows. Cows are creatures that very much enjoy stability of place. When it’s time to retire one of our milk cows, she is harvested on the farm. 

Meat, Poultry & Eggs

Yes, although technically it’s “forage-fed” as the cows also eat a tremendous amount of legumes, forbs, and some woody plants. We also feed dry hay and “baledge,” which is ensiled (fermented) grasses stored in “marshmallows” for highly palatable winter feeding (it’s an 800-lb bag of grass). In addition, fresh cows and special-needs animals get Chaffhay, which is a probiotic-enriched ensiled non-GMO alfalfa. (We also sell Chaffhay at our retail store.) Click here for the link.

We are not certified organic, although the land is managed organically and many of our herd-health practices are organic These are our primary treatments – Click here. We are not organic for two primary reasons: organic hay is not available in our area and we don’t believe the USDA’s National Organic Program rule on antibiotic use is in the best interests of animal welfare. Dr. K was on the National Organic Standards Board as the livestock committee chairman from 2005-2010, and while we are wholly supportive of organic farming practices and especially organic farmers, we have elected not to certify because the program doesn’t line up with our core values in this area. While other countries such as Canada and the EU allow antibiotic use for sick animals with restrictions, there is a complete prohibition in the US organic program — treated animals must leave the farm — and we believe this program punishes animals and works against animal welfare by disincentivizing farmers from treating a sick animal with sufficient alacrity for the animal to have a reasonable chance of getting well if acutely ill. We only use antibiotics as a life-saving measure, and we observe or exceed legal withholding times.

Is it possible I can taste … contentment? We believe it is. We believe that you are eating the whole story of everything you make part of your own body, and we’ve poured ourselves into these animals so they can nourish you and your family well. Materially, you can also taste the diversity of diet that the animals have. Most “grass-fed” meat at the store is from animals fed monoculture harvested forage in confinement. Our animals eat a huge variety of different plants on rotated pastures — it’s not uncommon for us to move animals 3-4 times in a single day. That kind of salad bar means that plants are at their peak and the animals get to select from the best and freshest. 

When the industry claims “antibiotic-free,” it is talking about not feeding sub-therapeutic antibiotics: low doses given continually to cover up dirty housing and inadequate ventilation and subpar immune function in stressed animals. Furthermore, those same industry claims are now made while the animals are given mRNA products that have a similar effect to antibiotics but aren’t technically antibiotics, allowing the labeling sham to go on. We never have nor would feed sub-therapeutic antibiotics and we do not use mRNA products, either. We do use antibiotics as a life-saving measure when needed, mostly in younger animals. The withholding is usually exceeded by years before we would harvest that animal for meat.  

We do not nor have we ever fed grain to ruminants. We have always feed non-grain sources of supplemental energy, but now that our pastures are vibrant and we can graze nearly year-round, we no longer need to feed those things. We find that Chaffhay is an excellent source of non-grain energy and protein, with the added benefits of probiotics. We occasionally use molasses as a carrier for supplements, such as a small amount in a lick wheel with apple cider vinegar.

We no longer raise meat birds, but we are hoping to offer them via a partnership with someone else running meat birds in our pastures using the same locally milled organic feed that we have always used.

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