Nourishing Food for Thought is a 10-acre family farm nestled in Jupiter Farms, Florida. The original plan in 2006, was to use the vast space to grow palm trees. However, in our founder Suzie Dudas' search for raw dairy and pastured, sustainably-raised livestock, she came up short. She couldn't find anyone in the area who was producing the kind of food she wanted to feed her family - clean, nutritionally dense, soy-free, and non-GMO.
She began to wonder - where did that iconic glass bottle of milk go? What happened to those local dairies? Suzie wanted to know her farm. She wanted to trust where her food came from, and how it was raised. So she decided to buy a cow.
After a while, we were producing more milk than we knew what to do with. We started to give it away to friends, then to friends of friends, then soon enough, we were selling our raw milk, eggs, butter, and soaps throughout the community.
Eventually, we decided to expand our focus to our nonprofit educational outreach - and so Nourishing Food for Thought began. In addition to providing clean, wholesome food to the Jupiter community (and beyond), we began our true mission of empowering people to grow their own food, and providing them with the resources and skills they need to make the move from consumers to producers.
Meet Our Family
Since Zale & Saxon's untimely death on April 23, 2021, farming is now dedicated in the memory of their amazing life.
Founder Suzie Dudas lives on Jupiter Creamery Farm.
My education programs were initially inspired by my family.
I set out to provide the best quality dairy products for them.
As the farm grew, the education programs expanded from educational tours to butter-making classes to summer camps.
I am passionate about educating. I started the farm in an attempt to preserve and sustain nature and creation for what it was intended to be. Society and industries have perverted the natural elements we’ve been given here on earth to mutate them into what would be best for their pockets.
I am passionate about sustaining these natural elements to raise awareness on this issue and on the importance of this preservation, which would be best for the people, for our health. I am an advocate of holistic, sustainable farming and nutritional education.
Our happy pigs are pasture raised, roaming free in the grass and mud. In addition to their natural diet, we also feed them our cows' excess milk, so nothing goes to waste. We sell piglets and teach workshops for you to raise your very own backyard pork!
We raise pastured and free-range chickens. When they aren't foraging on their natural diet of bugs, we like to feed them organic, non-gmo, and soy-free feed. We sell baby chicks and laying chickens for you to raise your own poultry.
We have a variety of different cow breeds on our farm, including Jersey, Brown Swiss, and South Pole. Our cows are grass-fed and pasture raised, given plenty of room to roam our farm.