We have been offering Original Udder Balm via our website for almost 10 years. In 2008 we aquired the brand itself from the Original manufacturer when they closed their doors. We have updated the label design a bit, but not changed a thing inside the jar. You do not mess with perfection.
If it does not say “Original Udder Balm” and have the girl milking the cow, it is NOT Original Udder Balm! Don’t settle for cheap knockoffs or imitations!
Original Udder Balm History
Udder balms have been around for over 100 years, one of the most successful farm formulations being a petrolatum or petroleum jelly based product. A new petrolatum free formula was developed over 35 years ago using aloe vera and lanolin, and Original Udder Balm moisturizing cream was born.
Originally developed to help protect dairy cows sensitive udders from the extremes of weather, including heat, cold, sun, rain, and snow. It was originally used by dairy farmers to soften and protect cows udders which would dry, chap and crack under the severe conditions making milking painful and difficult.
For many years farm families knew that the secrets of soft smooth skin was in that jar of udder balm out in the barn. Eventually word moved off the farm of how wonderful this product was on peoples skin, and many other people discovered its fabulous properties and it moved from the farm into the home. Now it can be found on many store shelves, and doctors offices around the country!
Original Udder Balm is so good, that there are many knock-offs out there. Some have even claimed to have the “Original Udder Balm” reformulated in some way, but they do not have, nor have they ever had our formulas!
There is only one “Original” Udder Balm has has no equal! And there is nothing like it for soothing and moisturizing dry and cracked skin. No other bag balm or salve has the unique blend of Aloe Vera, Lanolin, and Vitamins A, D & E. So if it doesn’t have the blue and white label with a cow, it’s not Original Udder Balm.
Some folks still call Original Udder Balm ‘utter balm’, ‘udder cream’ or ‘udder butter’ and that is ok, as long as they go home with the good stuff, and not some knock off!