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Sources of real milk and real milk products in Arkansas:

Bismarck: Rhein-O-Ranch, Allen Rhein, 123 Moccasin Lane, AR 71929. phone: 501-517-4646, website:, Facebook:, 8am – 9 pm Central time. They offer ranch tours. They have five dairy cows: two Holsteins, one Jersey, one Jersey/Milking Shorthorn cross and one Holstein/Jersey cross.

DeValls Bluff: Williams Family Farm, 191 Prairie St., phone: 870-998-1200, email: Raw goat milk $4/gallon; provide your own containers. Occasionally eggs for sale, $1/dozen.

Dennard: Once Upon A Time Farm, Patrick & Judy Odle, 601 Peyton Creek Rd, Dennard AR, phone: 501-745-6891, web: Raw goat milk, $6/gallon or $3.50/half gallon from pastured La Mancha & Nubian goats. Goat kids for sale. Pastured chickens eggs $2/dozen. Pasture raised home grown chicken, processed and frozen. Call or check Web site for availability all products. Goat milk soap & lotions also available, see EverAfterSoap.Com. Home spun fiber/roving, see EverAfterFiber.Com.


  • Bluff Top Goat Dairy, phone: 479-331-2724 or 479-264-0047, email: . Raw goat milk $6/gallon, containers are provided, available year round. Dairy does have pasture/browse, native grass/clover/lespedeza hay, dairy feed. Occasionally they have eggs for sale, $2/dozen. Registerable purebred kids for sale. Finished hog available for butcher, can be delivered to processor, raised on grain, milk.
  • Double Duo Dairy Goats, Gwyn or Kim, (1 mi from Scenic Hwy 7 N of Russellville), phone: 479-331-2630, email: (Gwyn) or (Kim). Fresh goat’s milk. Meat goat kids organically grown, sold on hoof.
  • Robinett’s Caprines Nubian Dairy Goats, Jane Robinett, phone: 479-747-1646, email:, web: Raw goat’s milk $8/gallon in new milk containers with sealed caps. Always call first for availability.

Donaldson: Tivio Farms, Friendship, AR (South Central AR, near I-30 West), phone 501-626-1356 or 501-332-6578, e-mail: . Raw goat milk $8/gal., Must provide own container in the form of gallon glass jars or half-gallon glass canning jars. Does’ milk tested monthly and blood tested once a year. Toggenburg, Saanen, and Oberhasli milk with butterfat averaging 3.9 percent. Registered babies in the spring, with reservations paid in advance of birth. Beef available in halves or whole beef, $4/pound hanging weight. Pork available, occasionally. $3/pound. Raised on goat milk. Delivery to our butcher, no charge. No chemicals or growth hormones. Raised from birth to butcher.

Everton: Job’s Farm, Alan and Bridgette Neptune, 30 minutes from Harrison/15 from Yellville, phone: 870-416-6964, email Fresh raw cow milk. They milk 3-5 jersey cows by machine. Cows are grazed 24/7; they are supplemented with some grain and alfalfa at milking. Milk is $5/gallon. Bring your own jars or pay a $2/jar deposit on our glass half gallons. They also sell cream for $6/qt.


  • Hillians Rocky Ridge Ranch, Michael Hillian,16120 West Hwy 16 Fayetteville, AR 72704 phone: 479-200-3611, are currently milking Holstein, Guernsey and Jersey cows. Their milk is filtered and put in a 150-gallon tank at 36 degrees. Give them a call or look them up on Facebook.
  • R Family Farm, Roger and Jennifer Remington, 17329 Archer Rd, Canehill, AR 72717, phone: 479-841-8277, Facebook: PasturedRFamilyfarm. R Family Farm currently has two Jersey cross  milking cows. The cows are pastured on grass, and they are given a small amount of GMO free grain during each milking. The milk is $7 per gallon, and $4 per half gallon.

Green Forest: T&T Goat Dairy, Tommy, 9127 HWY 311, Green Forest AR, phone: 870-504-1975, email: Raw goat milk for sale $5/gallon. Also have fresh eggs for hatching or eating, $2.50/dozen.

Heber Springs: Wilson Ranch, 1431 Blakey Rd., Heber Springs, AR, 72543. Phone: (501) 362-2714, email:, website:  All Jersey herd, Consistently milk between 3 and 6 cows with very modern stainless steel equipment and sanitation processes, Raw All Jersey Milk $5.00/gal. New gallon jugs available for 50 cents each. At farm-only pick up on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM, Call ahead to check for availability. Tours of the farm and facilities available with prior arrangement. Cows are pastured on sufficient acreage and fed farm grown hay and organically fertilized sorghum silage for winter feed.


  • Cabot, Lonoke area: Tornado Alley Nubians, phone: 501-658-0040, email: Raw goat milk $8/gallon, new, sealed containers provided. Frozen unless pre-ordered. Show herd fed Alfalfa and custom grain mix. 100% Nubian milk with good butterfat averages. Free range chicken eggs $2/dozen.
  • Vilonia area: Kate Finefield, 13 S Beryl Rd, Jacksonville, AR, 72076, phone: 501-313-9296, email:, Facebook: Registered full size Dairy goats, local hay and pasture with little to no corn in grain mix. Fully vaccinated and wormed only when needed. Raw milk: $8 gallon fresh, $5 frozen. Please bring own container for fresh. Mondays, Wednesdays, and alternate Sundays are best for farm pick-up, but email/text/call to make arrangements.

Leslie: Simple Pleasures Farm, Dawn Hurd, phone: 870-447-3060. Raw goat milk, $2/quart, $6/gallon, must provide own container.

Marmaduke: David Chalut, 870-597-4661. Raw goats milk $6/gallon; $5 if you bring your own container. Call for availability.

Mountain View: Havencroft Farm, Jeanette Larson & Shawn Hoefer (owner/operators), phone: 870-269-6808, email:, web: Raw goat milk from free-range goats, also eggs from free-roaming chickens and cold-process whole goat milk soaps. Raising dairy goats since 1982. They welcome visitors, call or email to arrange a time.

Ozark: Lois’s Rockin A’s Farm, 5607 Pond Creek Road, Ozark AR 72949, phone:479-213-6492. Nubian dairy goats. Raw goat’s milk for $7/gallon. Call for a taste and a tour of the farm (leave message if no answer).

Pangburn: Ask for Janet, 80 minutes north of Little Rock. phone: 501-728-4799. email: Jersey/Dutch Belted cows. Raw milk for sale, $5.00/gal. Also have butter, buttermilk, cream, sour cream, other milk products, eggs and a small amount of fresh produce and herbs. Call to place order.

Pine Bluff: Wagner Farm, John & Barbara Wagner, 700 Longleaf Lane, Pine Bluff AR 71602, phone: 870-247-9634 (home) or 870-247-5005 (Pets & Things), email:, web: Raw goat milk and eggs.

Pocahontas: Homesteadingoats Farm, Karen Keys, 633 Walcott Trail, phone: 870-248-9224, email: Raw goat milk from mostly grass-fed animals. Fed alfalfa hay, minerals, and very little whole grain when needed. Occasionally have grass-fed goats and pastured hogs sold on the hoof. Free range brown eggs. Contact for availability.

Pyatt: Green Farm, Located between Harrison and Mt. Home, AR. phone: 870-427-3039. They have fresh, raw cow’s milk. Jersey cows with hay and/or pasture always available. Use intensive grazing methods. Cows fed a little grain at milking time. All milking is done by hand, filtered, and cooled immediately in ice. $6/gallon. Bring half gallon jars, or $1.50/jar deposit. Sometimes have aged cheddar cheese, grass-fed beef, and eggs from free roaming chickens available.

Quitman: Hosman Farms, Joe Hosman,  132 Old Texas Rd. Quitman, AR 72131 phone: 501-358-9445, Facebook: Sell raw, unpasteurized whole milk from Jersey Cows. Cows are pasture-raised. $5 per gallon in brand new plastic jugs.

Salem AR-Fulton County: Sharon Miller, phone: 870-656-8723 (text works better), email:  Raw goat milk, available fresh or frozen in 2-liter containers, $4 each.

Searcy: Bar-K Nubians, Kelly Kurck, phone: 501-305-9575, email Raw goat milk, $8/gallon. Call after 6:30pm or email anytime.

Ward (Cabot, Beebe, Lonoke area): Calm & Gentle Dairy Goat Farm, Karen Bailey, email:, web: Raw milk from Nubian dairy goats, $8/gallon, sold frozen.

Texarkana:  McGuire Family Farm, Carter & Keri McGuire, 124 N. Lake Davis Drive, Texarkana AR, phone: 903-293-2222. This is a small family farm providing raw, Jersey cow milk for sale. Milk is sold by the gallon and half gallon in half gallon glass canning jars with white storage lids. You may provide your own, or for a deposit the farm can supply you. Milk is filtered and quick chilled. $8/gallon and $4.50/half gallon. Some grain fed when milking, pasture and local hay available at all times. They occasionally have fertile pastured/free range eggs for sale, $5/dozen. Call to check availability as the milk goes quickly.

Tuckerman: Jerry or Angela Carrick, phone: 870-349-2930. Fresh raw cows milk in new plastic gallon jugs.

West Fork:

  • ANM Caprines, phone: 479-790-2940, email: Raw goat milk available at the farm from Nubian and LaMancha dairy goats. $8/gallon in half-gallon glass containers (with deposit). Their milk is quickly cooled and does are on monthly milk test. Sometimes have purebred kids for sale.
  • Bug Scuffle Grass Fed Farms, Marc and Carolyn, 19002 Bug Scuffle Road, West Fork, AR 72774. phone: (479) 761-0171, email:,  Facebook: Jersey milk cow, rotational grazing of animals on pasture with alfalfa and Non-GMO grain at time of milking. 1/2 gallon jars of raw, non-pasteurized milk with cream. $2 deposit for new customers for jars or bring your own. Milk is $4 1/2 gallon in mason jars. Welcome to come to the farm anytime to pick up milk. Please call ahead to make sure of availability.

Wynne: Dettelbach Farms, Steve Dettelbach, phone: 870-318-7680, email:, web:, Facebook. This small family farm is launching an all grass-fed Jersey cow raw milk dairy that will be operational in spring 2014. They rotate the cows to fresh grass daily and supplement with alfalfa hay only. They are now taking subscribers who would like to commit to a share of one gallon a week or more for six months. Introductory price for shares will be $10/gallon. The retail price on the farm will be higher and milk will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. They also raise and process pastured poultry eggs and meat, vegetables, and other foods. CSA shares for all of our products are available online at our site Patrons are welcome to view the facilities any time.


  • Layton Hollow, Ashley Layton, (North Central Arkansas), phone: 870-404-9934, email:, web: Raw goat milk, $6/gallon. Most of the goats are Nubians, known for their high butterfat milk. Milk is quickly chilled. The goats get fresh browse, hay (grass and alfalfa) and whole grains only, no mixes. CAE and CL free herd. Brown and green eggs available sometimes.
  • Moon Glow Enterprises, Dena Andrews, 589 Broadrock Ln, Yellville AR 72687, phone: 870-436-3219, cell: 870-404-0000, email: Raw goat milk from free-range goats. The goats range on 65 wooded acres. They also feed some grain (real grain, not pre-bagged mixes with additives). In the spring they also have dam-raised kids for sale for meat.
  • Schot’s Slopes Farm, Paul and Theresa Schot, 134 Keystone Lane, Valley Springs AR 72682, phone: 870-449-4294, email: Raw milk ($5/gallon) from Brown Swiss cows on rotation grazing and soy- and corn-free feed. Available on Thursday and Sunday. Brown eggs $2.25/dozen.
  • Winchester Acres, Linda Mallory, phone: 870-449-2121. Raw goat milk $5/gallon, from Saanen show dairy goats fed custom mix grain and alfalfa hay.

184 thoughts on “Arkansas

  1. I am looking to purchase raw cow’s milk locally (near Fayetteville). Not interested (yet) in goats milk. Can you recommend a source in this area?

        • Thank you for your helpfulness! Please encourage this source to contact us and ask to be listed. We make it a practice not to list farms (even in comments) unless we have their ok. Government agencies use our listing to find and harass raw milk farmers so we want to make sure it’s okay with the farmer if their information appears on this site. Thanks for understanding!

    • I, too, am interested in raw, naturally-pastured cow’s milk, preferably from Guernseys or Jerseys. I live in the Siloam Springs area, just on the border of Oklahoma. Is there ANYONE in this area selling raw cow’s milk?

      I should have included my e-mail addy above, so will put it here. Please contact soonest if you can help.

      Thanks in advance!

  2. I am in Booneville. Up until 2 weeks ago we had a small Locally owned Amish store that was able to get Fresh Milk for us. The milk was 5.78 a gallon which isnt bad but the quality was so much better than the garbage that is sold in stores it is amazing. They man who owned that Amish store was also a brick layer and a pastor for one of the churches in town and when both his mom and his wife started having health problems he had to close the store. I have contacted sellers on Craigslist,

  3. I am looking for raw cows milk was raised on it and would love to find some I live in cabot ark does anyone know where I can find it in or around this area

      • Thank God a reasonable law was past and we have now got sellers in most parts of our State back on track. My interest is in seeing people use this milk to make yogurts & cheese. This would enable rapid growth of the small town local diners–the ones we used to have where all the food was nourishing!

        Tuckerman is relatively central to my needs in Hardy.

      • We are looking for raw cow and goats milk in the Clifty, Huntsville and Eurika Springs area. Have our own glass gallon jars. Please contact me at my email or 479-325-0712. Thank you

  4. I am looking for locations close to Forrest City, Arkansas. We may be moving there and was wondering if there is any raw milk sources. Is it correct on here that July 2013 raw milk can be sold? Is that just in share herds or at farmers markets?

  5. There is an ad on Craigslist for raw jersey cows milk, butter, and eggs for sale in [redacted]. The phone number listed on the ad is [redacted].

  6. That’s great about the bill passing. I need to buy raw cows milk near Little Rock Ar. I would very much appreciate the info. Thank You When I was a little girl I helped my Grandma churn real butter. I would love to have some now!

    • Turn out that the date we will start selling milk will be aug 18.The state rep. miss figured the date and I was just informed of the day the law goes into effect.The cow that we milk is a Brown Swiss and her daughter is a Brown Swiss/Jersey cross.

  7. All raw milk sales will be on farm purchases only.So if someone is looking for some milk they will have to go directly to the farm to pick it up

  8. Now that Raw Cow Milk is for sale, has anyone found where any is currently being sold?
    I would like COW milk.


  9. Still looking for good clean quality raw grassfed milk from A2 Cows ie Jersey NOT HOLSTEIN OR OTHERWISE in NW Arkansas! Tired of driving out of state to get it!

  10. I would like to know if there is an alowance for sale of home made cheese products,at farmers markets or off the farm,for non human consumption. If it is labeled as such to avoid all the “red tape” that is put on the small dairymen. We have been selling goat milk and fresh cheese products for 11 years at our local market with no complaints or issues ever.But now the pressure has been put on us to comply by not selling at the market. Is there any possibility to get our products to those who have been enjoying them for years without having to spend 100 thousand dollers or jump through endless hoops?

  11. Wow…it looks as if Arkansas is calling for raw COW milk! I was wondering why they only had raw GOAT milk! Sorry but I can’t drink that stuff. I really wanted to. Tried to. But it smells like liquid goat. DO they do something to deodorize cow milk? Or do cows just smell good? Add us to the list of people who want the freedom to live like out grandparents and great grandparents did! A few years back we’d stop at Marshall and get milk. Not sure if it was raw. They even had it in the grocery for awhile! But alas the cows got loose in an onion patch and we had yellow onion milk. So I am guessing that dairy closed. Can someone please open a non-industrial, non-abusive dairy farm or 2? Let’s do this Arkansas!!

  12. I live in NWA near Gravette and would be especially grateful to find raw cow’s milk available locally. If anybody can help me find some, I would appreciate it very much.

    • We are taking orders now for raw milk to start delivery about October 1st. We are located in Bismarck AR just South of Hot Springs. Most of our cows are dried up at the moment. we have one Jersey currently in production and 4 girls that will start calving about the 15th of November.
      Milk is $6.00 per gallon in plastic milk jugs just like in the store.
      Call Allen at 501-517-4646 to get on the list.

  13. Any raw milk providers in Union County, Arkansas?
    I grew up drinking raw milk my mom got from friends just down the road. and homemade fresh butter.. yummy.
    Anyone make real butter…

      • A friendly reminder that it is illegal to deliver raw milk in Arkansas…..Act 1209 of 2013 section 3Bb states: This subchapter does not prohibit incidental sales of raw goat milk and whole milk that has not been pasteurized directly to consumers at the farm where the milk is produced or to preclude the advertising of incidental sales of goat milk and whole milk that has not been pasteurized.
        We are still in a fight to keep the sales legal. I hear that in the next full legislative session that there will be a bill sponsored by the AR health dept. to kill what we have attained.
        So please comply with the law so that there is no reason for anybody to come down on you and make all of us look bad.

  14. I am looking for raw cow milk and fresh eggs. I live in Louisiana so something in southwest Arkansas would be great! Thank you.

  15. I’m in despret search for raw milk in my area please please contact me if any one knows of one around the Morrilton area

  16. Hi!

    I have. A four year old daughter who has developed asthma at the age of three. She has it so bad that she has to take a lot of medicine daily. The medicine does her no good. I was told by many that raw goats and or cows milk will help her lower her asthma problems (wheezing & coughing). Could someone help me locate a farm in the area of El Dorado AR. That is certified to sale ether raw cow or goats milk??!!

    You can email me at

    Thank you,
    Jennifer Meza

    • I’m another Louisianian in search of raw milk— and willing to drive into southern Arkansas to get it. I’m in Lincoln Parish, so a source near Junction City or El Dorado would be ideal for me, too. Any info on that region would be appreciated!

    • I’m another Louisianian in search of raw milk— and willing to drive into southern Arkansas to get it. I’m in Lincoln Parish, so a source near Junction City or El Dorado would be ideal for me, too. Any info on that region would be appreciated!

  17. Any raw milk, butter, cheese, and fresh eggs available near Memphis, TN? I will drive and buy at your farm. Email me at classxcredit(at)yahoo(dot)com. Just replace the words with the symbols. I look forward to hearing from some local AR farmers.

  18. Thank you! was not aware. I have seen that Webmaster has sent guidelines to some people. Would be interested in seeing these also.

  19. Looking to buy raw grass fed cow’s milk in the Fort Smith area. I have not seen any listed anywhere near Fort Smith. Thanks for any leads!

  20. Hello,

    I will be moving to Fayetteville/Bentonville, AR in July 2014 and will be starting bakery company at local farmer’s markets around town. I am interested in finding a consistent supplier for raw cow milk and eggs (and potentially cream) to source my ingredients, and I’m willing to drive around a two-hour radius weekly to source my milk and eggs. Please let me know if there’s any interest or advise.

    My contact information is; please feel free to reach out to me!

  21. Looking for goat’s milk in the Nashville/Hope area. Goat’s milk is preferable but will purchase raw cow’s milk.

    I’ve read the requests for info in the SWA area but no real follow-ups. Is there anyone near this area?

  22. I’m interested in raw cow’s milk and/or fresh eggs within 40 or so miles of Little Rock. Thanks!! (801) 472-7580

  23. We are approximately 50 miles from Little Rock. We live just north of Pangburn AR if you want to check the distance. Or give me a call @ 501 728 4799.

  24. My youngest son has a rare allergic condition called FPIES. I’m DESPERATELY looking for a source of raw goat milk in the NWA area that is fed NO (or minimal) grain – particularly soy, oats, and corn.

    My goat milk lady is wonderful – but for personal reasons she’s having to dry up her girls early this year. We’re excellent customers! We buy 2-3 gallons a week and always bring our own jars. I’ve been driving 1 hour 45 minutes every other week for months now, and while I’d love to find a closer supplier I’m willing to go almost anywhere to find milk for my son!

    At 2 years old, he only has 6 safe foods to eat, and goat milk is one of them. PLEASE HELP!!!

    You can contact me via my blog:

    Thank you!!!

  25. It seems a shame to see this sort of war of wills over such simple food. I crave dairy, and yet commercial milk products are making me ill. I’ve not had raw milk since I was a child (50 years ago) and so do not have the chance to learn if milk is the culprit or if the chemical enhancements are the problem. I’m in Sherwood, Arkansas and would like to be able to purchase raw milk to just find out.

    • Lea, I’m afraid I’m about as close as anyone that I know of to the LR area. We are in Bismarck South of Hot Springs.
      Our milk is $6.00 per gallon. It is fresh everyday.

    • Lea. we live 99 miles north of little Rock on Hwy 67. We have Jerseys. Milk is $6.00 per gallon in new jugs . also have butter $3.00 1/2 lb. our number is 870-349-2930. Thanks!

  26. The most fertile area for your needs is that portion of southern Missouri along the border, just to the east of Branson. Unfortunately, this is not an area of our country with even a modicum of interest in exchange with the outside world,

    When seeking similar resources around the Harrison area, I was pleased to learn that Fayetteville is the seat of our interests, and there is at least one ‘guru’ who had been directing folks around there right up to the time they finally made ‘real milk’ legal in Arkansas.

    Have you tried Paula Theason @ Ozark Natural Foods (479) 409-3254 -?
    Also, you might inquire of Patrice Gross and his wife at Foundation Farm:

  27. Carrie, the issue you address with your boys is not consistent with the objectives of conventional medicine. It has become purely a profit-first endeavor; “go home, take these prescribed pills, and call us if you have any problems!”

    While I cannot expect you to assimilate all that I have learned over 30+ years of nutritional-consternation, beginning with “Let’s Eat Right to Keep Fit,” and there is certainly plenty of truth in relation to the kind of claims made by people like Phyllis Balch in her encyclopedic book “Dietary Wellness,” I am going to insist that you read, and consider the direct relevance of the principles of ‘fasting’ as described in the book “The Mucousless Diet.” –Expulsion of mucous being the key to regeneration.

    “Chelation” -works wonders for me, says Captain Gary, who suffers dearly for having stayed to observe as BP sprayed Corexit all over the Gulf Coast. Without assuming there are any specific chemical parallels in your boy’s conditions, the objective is to isolate the heavy metals and filth in preparation for expulsion. ‘Chelation’ assumes something can be compounded, rendering the poisons relatively inert so they do not damage other tissues. However, no other material in the world is more effective at this chore than one’s own mucous. Underpinning all of my experiences is the belief that once we support the gut with a balanced range of enzymes, the mucous can more easily go to work on that which really is poison.

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  29. As you head north, up Hwy 5, or 67, the likelihood of finding good sources increases considerably. Because this law allowing ‘open carry’ is relatively new, we are not seeing any increase in milk sources here in Little Rock. In fact the best sources have all been centered around Fayetteville.

  30. Why is it we have to drive 45 minutes from Little Rock (one way) for raw cow’s milk? I found a farmer in Benton which was a 20 minute drive from SWLR. Now they are drying her up. We have seen significant decrease in asthma related illness, and I’ve decreased Ulcerative Colitis meds, just by changing eliminating store bought “milk”. We live near Hensley area, and are desperately searching! Anyone with suggestions, feel free to email me: THANKS!

  31. I’m sorry for the problems that you have finding raw milk in your area.
    The only suggestion that I can come up with is to find several people in your area that want raw milk and then switch off picking up the milk. That way you won’t be making the trip every week.
    We live just South of Hot springs and will have a steady supply of milk all ear. We have 5 cows and they are spaced out so that we won’t have all dry at one time.
    Our milk comes in plastic jugs like milk comes in from the store and is $6.00 per gallon and we have free range brown eggs for $3.00 per dozen.

  32. We have raw milk near (redacted). $5 gallon. It is my understanding that the milk has to be sold directly to customers on the farm. Delivering is not allowed by the new law.(

  33. Andrea, sounds like your thinking runs exactly parallel to mine. The salient difference between our plans is that I believe that you and need to operate an actual stand alone Cafe/Restaurant that actually delivers on the promise of serving ‘real’ food. Pushing my 18th Century views on those who live in the Walton -corridor seems like throwing pebbles into the Grand Canyon. The ‘fundamentals’ of a reverse-trend are well underway in our neck of the woods.

  34. Thanks for your comment – Please encourage the farm you mentioned to contact us and be listed here. . We only list farms, or mention them in comments, if they’ve agreed to be listed here. Too often this site is used by gov’t agencies to find and harass farmers! Thanks for understanding. -Webmaster

    You can get raw cow or goat milk from (redacted) If you’re planning on buying at the market, better to contact her first so she can bring enough for you.

  35. I sell raw milk. We are just outside of Pangburn in the hickory flat community. Just about an hour north of north little rock. Phone 501 728 4799.

  36. We are half way between Hot Springs and Arkadelphia.
    Our milk is $6.00 and comes in new plastic jugs.
    The ideal way for you would be to find several other people from your area and then car pool to pick the milk up.

  37. We sell raw milk in new plastic gallon jugs $6.00 per gallon. We are located 99 miles n of little rock on Hwy 67 in Tuckerman.

  38. Does any one know a place around Bryant/Benton/Little Rock where I can purchase not processed meat, raw milk, butter, any thing fresh and not in a huge quantity? I hate the big companies and don’t want to support them, would much reither purchase my food from a trust worthy farm. thanks!

  39. If there is a group in the Little Rock area, or if anyone is interested in forming a group, to rotate driving and/or reimburse someone for driving to get raw cow’s milk, please email me directly at lindablipe @ gmail .com. Thanks.

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