Arizona

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  1. RAW MILK POLICY STATEMENT: The Weston A. Price Foundation’s goals include promoting a healthy diet for people everywhere, based on natural and traditional foods, and assisting individuals and families in accessing those foods through information, education, and helping to restore the direct relationship between food consumers and food producers. The Foundation believes, based on sound scientific evidence, that raw milk is an important component of a healthy diet. To assist its members and the public in obtaining raw milk, the Foundation publishes a list of farms that produce it, because this information is not otherwise readily and comprehensively available to consumers. Listing of a farm does not imply endorsement by the Foundation. Individuals who purchase raw milk and other natural foods for themselves and their families need to “know their farmer” because they bear the responsibility for ensuring that they are getting safe and healthy products.
  2. NO ADVERTISING: The Foundation accepts no money for the listings; the listings are not advertisements. All listings are at the sole discretion of the Weston A. Price Foundation.
  3. NO MARKETING: The email addresses listed here are not to be used for any purpose other than to contact the farmers regarding the availability of their products. Use of the listed email addresses for marketing or other such purposes is strictly prohibited.
  4. RAW MILK CONSUMERS PLEASE NOTE: This list of raw milk sources probably represents only a portion of the raw milk producers in your state. For additional raw milk sources, contact your local Weston A. Price Foundation Chapter Leader.
  5. RAW MILK PRODUCERS PLEASE NOTE: The FDA and State Agencies have discovered this list and sometimes use it for their own purposes, so exercise caution with your listing. If you choose not to have a listing, make sure your local WAPF Chapter Leader has your name for referrals.
  6. USDA, FDA and STATE AG AGENCIES PLEASE NOTE: Raw milk is Nature’s perfect food and is extremely important for the developing brains and nervous systems of infants and children. Furthermore, in many children not fortunate enough to have started life on raw milk, raw milk given later in childhood has improved autism, behavior problems, frequent infections, deafness, asthma and allergies and other serious health conditions. Please bear in mind that any move you make to stop or hinder a raw dairy operation will actually HARM, not help the infants and children who rely on that milk, and may make it difficult for all children to obtain this milk in the future–including your own children and grandchildren. An interruption in supply can be VERY detrimental to a growing infant or sick child who has no other options. Read for yourself on our Testimonials page. If you are concerned about safety, rest assured. In the farm-to-consumer distribution model, the farmer receives timely and relevant feedback directly from the customers, something that farmers selling bulk milk never receive. Raw milk is actually the safest food around with so much consumer oversight and also with an extremely efficient built-in anti-pathogen mechanism! If you are concerned about rules, then consider investing the same amount of time you’d spend persecuting a raw milk farmer into advocating for supportive raw milk legislation.
  7. LISTING SOURCES: The listings here are provided by people who discover sources of real milk in their communities and tell us about them. If you discover a listed supplier is no longer providing real milk, please tell us about it by following the instructions on the Add, Update, or Remove a Listing page. We trust our members and consumers to check out each farm to make sure it is clean and that the cows are mostly pasture fed.
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Sources of real milk and real milk products in Arizona:

Benson/Pomerene: Fiore di Capra (“Flower of the Goat”), Alethea Swift, Pomerene AZ (35 mi E of Tucson off I-10), phone: 520-586-2081, email: altrece@q.com, web: goatmilkandcheese.com (dairy) and altrece.com (farm). Fiore di Capra is a grade A goat dairy and creamery. Products include raw goat milk, raw goat milk kefir, goat milk yogurt, artisanal fresh and aged goat cheese, cajeta (traditional sweet goat milk pouring sauce, also known as dulce de leche), goat milk caramels, goat milk ice cream, and goat milk cheesecakes. Handmade goat milk soaps and lotions also available. Licensed Grade A and inspected by the State of Arizona since 2006. No pesticides or hormones used. Antibiotics used only in extremis (to save the life of the animal) and that milk is not used for production. Products available on Sundays from 8am to noon at the St. Phillip’s Plaza Farmers Market (4280 N Campbell Ave) in Tucson. Most products sold online at their website, and available for shipping throughout the country. Raw milk products (milk and kefir) shipped in half-gallon bottles via UPS Ground Service throughout Arizona only. Onsite sales available on a case-by-case basis (please phone to coordinate). Visit the farm website to view photos of farm and animals and sign up for email list. Calls and questions welcome.

Casa Grande: Fond Du Lac Farms, 8149 S. Stanfield Road, Casa Grande, AZ, 85193. Phone: 844-RAW-FARM (844-729-3276). email: info@fonddulacfarms.com.  web: www.fonddulacfarms.com. Facebook: www.Facebook.com/FDLFarms. State-certified raw Brown Swiss cow’s milk. Fond du Lac Farm’s cows are fed organically grown pastured hay and non-GMO grains-no corn or soy. (Read more on the website FAQ).  Milk sold in half gallons. They are now open and available at the farm and in select Sprouts stores in the east valley, Healthy Habit, La Grande Orange, Food Conspiracy (Tuscon) and New Life Health Center (Tuscon). Coming soon to Sprouts stores in Tuscon. Email is the preferred means of communication.

Catalina/Oro Valley: Private homeschooling family north of Tucson, AZ has surplus milk. Primarily grass fed Jerseys that have all been beta-casein tested and are a2/a2 animals (test results can be provided). The family’s six children are being raised on this milk; it is being sold for pet consumption to others. Contact us at mooomooo2u@hotmail.com.

Flagstaff/Sedona area: Jennifer Vance, phone: 928-310-8866, email: jennifer@goodstuffco-op.com, web: www.goodstuffco-op.com, www.hth4u.com. Join local co-op for real milk.  Place orders with Good Stuff Co-op for real milk from A2 Guernsey pastured, non-gmo alfalfa fed cows in Prescott area.  Orders taken online and delivered every other week to designated local pick up locations in Flagstaff.  Will develop pick up points in  surrounding areas with enough orders. Real milk, handmade plain yogurt, Farmer’s Cheese available.

Payson: Vita-mart, BJ Bollier, 516 S. Beeline Hwy. phone: 928-474-4101, website: www.thevitamart.com. Carries raw milk and cheese from Meadowayne Dairy.

Phoenix: Healthy Habit Health Foods, 6029 N 7th St, Phoenix AZ 85014, phone: 602-252-6000, web: HealthyHabitHealthFoods.com. Carries raw milk. Call in advance because it sells out quickly.

Prescott Valley/Chino/delivery to other locationsGolden Guernsey Of Arizona, Cows are located in Prescott Valley. Many drop offs/delivery throughout the state:  Sedona/Flagstaff/ChinoValley/Chandler/Gilbert/Deer Valley/Prescott/Prescott Valley. Cows are fed a diet of organic, non-GMO hay and Bermuda grass, flax seed and pasture. Tested A2/A2 Guernsey Cows. Higher butterfat and protein, Vitamin A and D. Milk $12/gallon, $6/half gallon; whole yogurt $5/quart, $8/lb.; farmer’s cheese, butter $12 lb.; cream $8 qt., $4 pint. Please call Rick at 608-449-3504 or call/text Kelly 608-449-5491 or email kellyboge@gmail.com for more information.

Queen Creek (SE of Phoenix): Save Your Dairy, Jackie Calamos, phone: 480-279-4474, web: saveyourdairy.com. They are a small, Grade A dairy, licensed by the state of Arizona. They produce, bottle and distribute only raw cow’s milk throughout the state. They are committed to the education of their employees and consumers regarding the health benefits of raw milk. Currently located at the NW corner of Higley & Riggs, but need to find a new home very soon, as a shopping center will be built on the land they lease. Anyone knowing of a small dairy for sale, or acreage to lease or purchase, please contact Owner Jackie Calamos through the website or phone listed above.

NW Tucson/Marana: Hoofs ‘n Horns, Shelby Brawley, email: hoofsnhornsfarm@gmail.com, web: hoofsnhorns.com. Small farm animal sanctuary has membership in the herd for cow and goat milk. join the herd, pay a monthly board and care fee and share the milk produced. They also have herd members who rotate pick up to the farm to save driving. Farm visits and tours encouraged, by appointment. They also have adoptions and sponsorships available. all proceeds benefit the farm sanctuary animals directly. All mothers nurse and raise their own babies. Everyone is a beloved pet and member of the family. Raised humanely and naturally.

Santan Valley:  Scarlett Ridge Farms, (cross streets are Ocotillo/Ironwood), email: SCARLETT795@YAHOO.COM. Raw milk from healthy Jersey cow grazing four acres of Bermuda grass pastures. Grass is supplemented with alfalfa and a treat at her twice daily hand milking. No corn is fed. The farm is not licensed to sell or distribute raw milk as human food, so raw milk is available for pet food only.

Southwest of Phoenix: Email: justamorgan@live.com. Small family owned operation with La Mancha Dairy Goats, horses, pony, sheep, and chickens. Milk is not sold or distributed. Currently under Arizona Law they are only allowed to sell milk for pet food use only. AZ Dept. Of Ag. Environmental Services Division License No. 3657.

Surprise:

  • Email: simone_karol@hotmail.com. Private family has surplus milk available in the Surprise, AZ area. Grass/alfalfa fed family Jersey cow. no grain. DNA tested A2/A2 , results can be provided. Not licensed to sell for human food, sold as pet food only.
  • Zenith Ranch, phone: 602-618-2955, email: zenithranch@yahoo.com, web: zenithranch.com, Facebook: Zenith Ranch. A small herd of Nubian goats provide milk for raw Chevre, feta, brie, stilton cheeses as well as yogurt and whey. Visit website for more information on products and pictures of the ranch and animals. Open 8 am-3 pm,  delivery available.

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    • Hi I am the salesman for Meadowayne Dairy.
      We sell whole raw milk in the Flagstaff Farmers Market.
      I would like to sell it in your area, if you would contact me and let me know where i can get set up at, like a health food store or farmers market place, I would love to serve you. We also have cream, cheese, cottage cheese, etc. made from raw whole milk. Thank you.
      dcbgold@gmail.com

      • We have a farmers market close to where I live in Tucson. You can call me at 520-603-9126. I’d love to have you sell down here. I have many family memebers and friends who are also looking for raw milk in my area.

      • I’ve been in Tucson for the past 3 years and have really missed raw milk. Enjoyed it for years in NJ. Would love to try yours and resume that part of a healthy diet. Please let me know if and when you come down to Tucson.

          • I will be flying in to Tucson on a business trip, and I would be interested in a gallon of cow’s milk. Would like to pick up Monday afternoon March 17. Please email; thanks.

  1. I live in Buckeye. We have a lot of farms here but none are listed above. Does anyone know of a farm near Buckeye or the West Valley? I would love to purchase raw milk for my family all the time. I have three smalls who love milk but have a hard time digesting it. Sounds like raw milk could be the answer. With all the chemicals and GMO’s in our food system I might starve to death. My body seems to know when something is fake or messed with thank goodness. Please email (redd_dale@msn.com) me if anyone knows of a raw milk farm that is near Buckeye that is not listed above. Thank you so very much. Dale Lynn

      • Hi I am the salesman for Meadowayne Dairy.
        We sell whole raw milk in the Flagstaff Farmers Market.
        I would like to sell it in your area, if you would contact me and let me know where i can get set up at, like a health food store or farmers market place, I would love to serve you. We also have cream, cheese, cottage cheese, etc. made from raw whole milk. Thank you.
        dcbgold@gmail.com

      • Save your dairy in Queen Creek acutally has a pick up in Goodyear, try giving them a call to get the details :)

      • I live in West Valley and I know Healthy Habit Healthy Foods in Phoenix has raw milk, here’s their address and number, call in advance because it gets finished quick :).

        Healthy Habit Health Foods
        6029 N 7th St Phoenix, AZ 85014
        (602) 252-6000

    • If you contact Jackie Calamos at saveyourdairy.com she has several pick up locations for raw milk all over the valley, including the Buckeye area. Hope this helps!

    • Hi I am the salesman for Meadowayne Dairy.
      We sell whole raw milk in the Flagstaff Farmers Market.
      I would like to sell it in your area, if you would contact me and let me know where i can get set up at, like a health food store or farmers market place, I would love to serve you. We also have cream, cheese, cottage cheese, etc. made from raw whole milk. Thank you.
      dcbgold@gmail.com

    • I am in New River and would be interested in Raw milk also. Anyone know where we can get it closer to the far North Valley?

  2. I have Nubian (this breed provides rich, sweet milk that is high in butterfat) dairy goat doelings available (in Cornville, 90 miles north of Phoenix). They can be bred this fall for fresh raw milk in your backyard in the Spring. We are happy to provide herd management information, milking classes, cheese, yogurt, butter, caramel (Cajeta), and soap making lessons too. You will quickly discover how totally satisfying it is to have this type of relationship with your food. I highly encourage folks to take one step back to move into the future of their food.

    • I know that is is an old posting that I am reading. However, do you have a website? I would love to learn more about your Nubians if you have any this year. Also would love more info on your classes or lessons that you have listed.

      Thank you,
      Angie

  3. I recently moved to Yuma from Oregon and am desperate for raw milk. I would be willing to join a group to do a large buy every 2 weeks or so in Phoenix or wherever is closest to Yuma.
    I can be reached at 541-910-4859

    • Connie,
      still interested or have you found a source? I am willing to coordinate with other interested parties to pick-up drop off??

  4. Save Your Dairy has been given notice to move (within a year of June 2013, probably sooner). Jackie seems to be only considering a move to another confinement operation and buying hay. The cows are not well. She does not understand that when animals live in their own feces, problems occur and the milk isn’t the same. NOW is the time to make the change to a real pasture-based operation. She doesn’t listen to the people that work there. Maybe she will listen to you. Speak up!

    • I agree. I occasionally buy mil form there but I’m looking for a better source. She’s very passionate about so many health issues today that I was very surprised when I showed up at the dairy and saw there was no grass and the cows where walking around in their own poop. Looking for a better raw milk source for Chandler area!

  5. Going to be in Greer from 8-15 of September…where can I get some real milk and eggs for my stay? Flying into Phoenix and then driving to Greer…ANY help would be appreciated.

  6. Do any of the farms ship out of state? I live in Las Vegas, NV and would love to get raw milk, cheese, cream etc. Not sure of our state laws, though.

  7. I hope I don’t sound like a brat, but I am just curious why a web site promoting raw milk would not be better organized. Offering a listing of places to buy this milk along with some contact info (like phone numbers or an address). I mean really, so many are asking WHERE to buy it…so why the cat and mouse game?? Sorry but I find this site more frustrating than helpful!

    • What exactly are you looking for? There are only nine listings in Arizona so it seems like with a glance and possibly a few Google searches for cities you may not recognize, you could find the source closest to you. If you’re near a border in your state, then checking the listings for the neighboring state should also not take too long.

      This site is provided for free to the public by a small nonprofit with only one full-time staffer. I work on this website in my “spare” time. When we started there was one short page of listings. Now there is a long page for almost every state. For some years I have wanted to offer mapped listings. However, I have developed, revised, and issued a statement of work to web developers several times over the years, and have not been able to find someone who can do what needs doing within a reasonable budget. I have found that many, many people are quite certain it is super easy, but when I dig and try to find the answers I need, I have come up empty. I have been hoping that as off-the-shelf solutions have become more common, the answer would surface but so far no luck. Custom programming such as that at LocalHarvest.com may be the way to go but for now this is not in the budget.

  8. No, other than raw goat milk, but it was not close to this town. There is bountiful baskets online where you can order a basket of organic fruits and vegetables, but they come from farmers in Mexico…They have non organic from elsewhere here in America. There is a raw milk farmer in California but that is a long way, somewhere near the Hemet area I think or maybe closer than that. The fruits and veggies are picked up in town on a Saturday.

  9. I really wish save your dairy was taken off this list. If you have been to this dairy this is not a good place to buy healthy raw milk. These cows live in their feces and are not pasture fed. It is incredibly dirty and the cows do not look well. I understand she has to sell or move soon but it is really a sad operation right now. It is not good for me because I need good raw dairy I live within a mile of save your dairy.

  10. Does anyone know where to get raw milk in Bullhead City? I have looked at grocery stores. I thought since it was legal here that it would be everywhere, but that isn’t the case. Please tell me if there is some sold in some stores I missed or health food stores, thanks

  11. I used to drive from Sedona to Palm Desert to buy Raw Colostrum. Organic Pastures stopped distributing it. Any chance anyone knows of Raw Colostrum available in Arizona??

  12. I am looking for Certified A2 milk only- allergic to A1 milk- anybody know of a good dairy that provides this? I am in Chandler but can drive (not outrageous distance) to pick up or for a drop off? Ideas anyone?

  13. Just moved to Lake Havasu City from CA. Looking for raw milk reasonably close by. A woman at a local health store told me you can’t get raw milk in AZ! Help?

  14. Hi!
    I just moved to Phoenix and am trying to get my hands on some colostrum milk. A2 is preferred, but I will be happy with any colostrum milk period.
    I really appreciate any and all assistance ;)
    Tanner

  15. I am in desperate need of some good natural raw grass fed milk/meat. I did find a listing in Surprise and emailed them. Anyone know if they are still active or pricing? I have health condition and my family loves it. Just moved to AZ from farm country in MD where I could get it almost anywhere. I SO miss and need this back in my life. TIA!!!
    -Jennie

  16. Jennie – not sure where you are in AZ – but you can contact in Prescott area – Rick Boge – 6084493504 or in Casa Grande Rick at Fond Du Lac dairy on realmilk.com site.
    There are a few health food stores in PHX area that carry milk from Jackie’s dairy saveyourdairy.com

    I’m a Certified Nutritional Consultant / Christian Wellness Coach and teach others how and why to make changes in eating lifestyle to get healthier and stay well. We have had real milk in our daily regimen for over 25 years, raised our children on it, and now grandchildren – the benefits are extremely beneficial. Contact me if you like
    Blessings on your day
    Jennifer Vance, CNC, Christian Wellness Coach

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  18. Looking for raw cow’s milk and cheese (no goat please) in the Verde Valley. Rimrock area a plus!

    Thank you! :-) I bought raw cheese from the local health food store and it was amazing. Would like to get it directly from the distributer, if possible. I dont know the difference between this A1 and A2 I keep hearing of, but will do my research.

    ~ Sally

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