New Exciting Flavor Limited Edition Milk from The Farmer’s Cow

Orange Cream Milk is the first new flavor to be unveiled in 2018.

The Farmer’s Cow is a group of six family-owned dairy farms in Connecticut that offer high-quality fresh dairy products including milk, cream, ice cream, half & half, and other locally produced products. The farmers of The Farmer’s Cow take great pride in what they do and share a commitment to sustainable agriculture. When consumers purchase The Farmer’s Cow milk and locally produced products, they are supporting local farmers and helping to maintain Connecticut’s unique Naturally New England™ landscape. 

The Farmer’s Cow continues to mix up its line of popular Limited Edition Milk with innovative and exciting new flavors. Orange Cream Milk is a fresh new twist on a classic ice cream treat. 

Orange Cream Milk blends the not-too-sweet taste of orange with rich whole milk. It is made with all-natural ingredients, no artificial flavors, and no high fructose corn syrup. Each 8-ounce serving has 180 calories and provides 8 grams of protein.

Like all flavors of The Farmer’s Cow Limited Edition Milk, Orange Cream is produced in small batches and sold in collectible glass bottles that stand out in the dairy case. It has a bright orange cap and distinctive product hang tag featuring The Farmer’s Cow signature brand. The suggested retail price is $5.99 for a one-quart bottle. 

 Limited Edition Orange Cream Milk will only be available for a short time from late April through May while supplies last. 

“Orange Cream Milk is a fun flavor to get ready for summer,” said Jim Smith, Chairman of The Farmer’s Cow. “Youngsters and the young at heart will enjoy this nostalgic combination. You can almost hear the ice cream truck!”

Dairy Managers, institutional buyers, and restaurants can place orders by calling The Farmer’s Cow sales team at 860-642-4600 or contact your customer service representative. For more information about Orange Cream Milk and nutrition facts, visit

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