‘Mini Milkers – The Miniature Jersey’ official trailer

Here’s a sneak peak of the upcoming documentary!

We’re so grateful that Tim O’Donnell was willing to put himself in front of the camera lens, for all of us. He has so much knowledge and experience with these little cows, and knows more about their history than probably anyone else alive. We want to preserve that information, and help people and families feel confident about owning their own family milk cow, even if it isn’t a miniature Jersey.

Why are we doing this?

We believe that real food is valuable.  We believe in food freedom: decentralize, buy local, and grow your own.  And there’s nothing like fresh milk from a healthy, well-cared for cow.  The minis are a better size to serve as a family milk cow.  The Jersey’s milk is unparalleled in goodness (in our humble opinion), but Dexters and mini Holsteins produce great milk too.  It leads to healthy babies, healthy kids, and healthy families.

We believe in being good stewards: of the land, of animals, and of ourselves.

We believe that the country lifestyle is the best.  It’s simple happiness.

We believe that good farmers are the salt of the earth… the best, kindest, hardest-working, down-to-earth kind of people.

It’s got lots of good stuff in it. You won’t want to miss it!

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3 Responses to ‘Mini Milkers – The Miniature Jersey’ official trailer

  1. Sue Leigh January 14, 2017 at 4:11 pm #

    Anni, I saw and loved your wonderful documentary. Went to O’Donnel’s site. It said he was deceased. Do you know if someonw has taken over his breeding program? I trusted his take on things and want to deal only with people who believe as he did and are as trustworthy. I’m LDS and very pleased to see you are too!
    Again, thank you for the documentary!
    Love and blessings, Sue Leigh

    • Sue Leigh January 14, 2017 at 4:22 pm #

      Anni, I saw and loved your wonderful documentary. I went to Tim O’Donnel’s web site and saw he is now deceased. I’m so sad I didn’t get to meet him. And in about 18 months I would have bought mini Jerseys from him.

      I trusted and believed all he said. Did someone keep his breeding operation going? I want to buy from someone who believes in and has the same ethics and attitudes and doesn’t “sell out.”

      I’m LDS too so was glad to see that you are!

      I’d appreciate your answers to my question(s).

      Love and blessings, Sue Leigh

      • Anni February 12, 2017 at 10:09 am #

        Sue Leigh,
        I was surprised at your information, so I got on Facebook and Tim is doing just fine. He’s still alive. 🙂 Maybe you got on the wrong site? His wife did pass away a few months ago or something.
        Here’s his website: http://minijerseysbydexter.homestead.com/
        I hope you are able to get a miniature Jersey!

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