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Sources of real milk and real milk products in Colorado:

Bennett: Caramel Apple Farm, (15 mi E of Aurora off Quincy Rd.) Denise Hopkins, phone: 303-644-5677, email: denise@CaramelAppleFarm.com, web: CaramelAppleFarm.com. Family owned farm offers raw goat’s milk from registered LaMancha and Nigerian Dwarf goats. Goats are raised on pasture and supplemented with alfalfa and grass hay along with a soy-free grain blend. Milk is available for pick up at the farm or at two pick up locations, Southlands Mall and Denver (coming soon). Hours available by appointment. Email or call to set up a farm visit. Farm also offers pastured eggs; grass-fed/grain-finished Angus beef; goat’s milk soaps, lotions, lip balm, and laundry soap; and soap making classes.

Berthoud:

  • Simply Natural Raw Milk Dairy, Devony Bethel 4617 West County Road 2, Berthoud, CO. 80534 email: simplynaturaldairy@gmail.com, phone: 303-910-6130. Micro dairy currently milks Jersey cows only. Two full sized Jerseys and two Mini Jerseys in the milk line. The animals are pasture fed late spring through late fall and are fed a natural grass alfalfa hay blend in the winter. They also receive a hormone/antibiotic free, dairy grain mix during milking time. Raw milk is available through the herdshare program. Pick up points in Berthoud town, Longmont, Johnstown, and Ft. Collins as well as at the Berthoud farm. Whole and half shares available now and there will be  A2/A2 milk available in May. The farm is rebuilding from the flood and will have free range chicken eggs, grass fed beef and pork available soon.
  • WiMo Farms, Will and Mo McDonough, 5317 Beverly Drive (just SW of Berthoud), phone: 970-344-0808, email: wimofarms@gmail.com, web: wimofarms.com. This small family farm currently milks both Jerseys and Irish Dexters that are fed grass and alfalfa and a dairy ration of non-GMO grain only while being milked. Raw milk is available through a herdshare program and may be picked up directly from the farm in Berthoud or at drop off locations in Longmont and Boulder. Both whole and half shares are offered. The farm also raises sheep for wool and lamb and free-range chickens, turkeys and Muscovy duck for meat and eggs. They welcome any inquiries and love talking about their farm and products.

Boone: Larga Vista Ranch, (serving Colorado Springs & Pueblo) Larga Vista Ranch Dairy, a generational dairy farm for over 90 years, offering Colorado raw milk (Colorado Springs & Pueblo) from grass-fed (never grained) Jersey cows through cow shares. Also offering Colorado pasture-raised, free-range pork and Colorado grass-fed, grass-finished beef, all raised and finished on irrigated mixed grass/alfalfa pastures. All animals are free roaming all the time. Pasture-raised chickens and eggs available plus vegetables available in season from the farm. In everything they do, they strive to manage beyond the requirements of organic certification programs. Please contact Doug or Kim Wiley at 719-947-0982 or info@largavistaranch.com. Please visit the website at largavistaranch.com.

Brighton: Johnson’s Acres, located at Highway 7 and I-25. Contact Kenny. Phone:  303-452-8043, email: johnsonsacres.info@gmail.com, web: www.johnsonsacres.com. They provide raw milk through a cow share program, eggs, cream and whey. Sometimes they have grass-fed beef and raw honey. Delivery to 11 locations in the Denver area. Cows have access to pasture year round. Visit our website for more information.

Byers:

  • Ebert Family Farm, 10800 Horrogate Road, Kres and Julie Ebert, phone: 303-822-5544, email: milkers@ebertfarms.com, web: ebertfarms.com, 60 minutes Northeast of central Denver. Raw milk shares from a Jersey herd, grass fed buffalo and beef, natural pork, pastured chicken, eggs, honey, raw cheese and raw butter.
  • Steve and Kristy Gilmor and family located at 2801 Xmore Rd Byers, Co. 80103. For more information contact by email stvgilmor@aol.com or phone 303-822-6727. They are milking Brown Swiss/Jersey, Holstein/Jersey and Registered Jersey cows. Cows are fed straight alfalfa for a clean pure milk taste with no hormones or antibiotics. They offer pick up points in Watkins and the Englewood area and also early mornings along I-225.

Calhan:

  • Hi Plains Dairy is located 30 miles east of Colorado Springs at, 4655 Calhan Highway; Calhan, Colorado. Herd of registered Alpine, Saanen, & Nubian goats are nurtured on 40 acres of pasture grasses, tested well water, and 100% certified organic hay to produce high quality raw goat’s milk. A share program is available. Contact owners Angela or Jim Smith at 719-478-2581, 719-499-7273 or email: hiplainsdairy@elpasotel.net.
  • Bare Bottom Ranch, 10625 Nevins Point, Bob Richardson & Patricia Costanzo-Richardson, phone: 719-541-4761, email: rawgoatmilk@barebottomranch.com, web: Barebottomranch.com , Offering Goat Shares with 3 pick-up points in Colorado Springs, pasture based eggs and meats. Free grazing, no confinement, no cages, no additives. Visit us online or call for information. “Keeping it Natural.”

Carbondale: Sustainable Settings (a working ranch and whole systems learning center), 6107 Highway 133, Carbondale, Colorado 81623. Brook & Rose LeVan cofounders and directors, email: rose@sustainablesettings.org , phone: 970-963-6107, web: sustainablesettings.org. Building a herd of registered Guernsey cows. Currently milking 5 with three more due to drop calves into the winter, with a goal of regularly milking 18 cows. Dairy cows and meat cattle, sheep, and draft horses are on pasture consisting of diversified grasses, legumes and broad leafs. They graze in rotation on paddock in a management intensive grazing system on 90 acres of high altitude irrigated pastures and are feed hay from the same ground in winter. All livestock are offered free choice organic Icelandic kelp and other organic free choice minerals. They are beyond organic, customer inspected, raw operation and use no pharmaceuticals.

Castle Rock:

  • Castle Rock/Franktown/Parker/Elizabeth: Sobre Zaltana, Kevin & Christy Comstock, 2305 Meadow Green Circle, Franktown, CO 80116. phone: 720.295.6720, email: christy@sobrezaltana.com, website: www.sobrezaltana.com, Facebook: www.facebook.com/sobrezaltana. A family farm offering raw goat milk shares from Nubian and Alpine goats. Cheeses, soaps and a number of other non-dairy items. Animals are all free range, pasture raised, and receive organic, non-soy, non-corn, non-GMO feed while being milked. Hours available by appointment – please email or call to set up a time to visit.  Pick up also available in surrounding areas.
  • Castle Rock/Sedalia: DreamAcres Ranch (located 8 miles west of Castle Rock, 10 miles south of Sedalia). Small family farm providing herdshares for raw goat’s milk, as well as free-range eggs, raw local honey, goat’s milk soap, and educational workshops. Contact Suzanne, phone: 720-234-2330; email: dreamacresranch@me.com; web: dreamacres.biz
Clifton: Country Tracks Farm phone: 970-216-1650 (Annie) or 970-216-1696 (Leiah),  email: anniestruble32@gmail.com. Third-generation family run small farm located in Western Colorado. Offers fresh, raw goats milk through a herd share program. Non-hormone treated herd consisting primarily of Nubian, Kinder and Pygmy goats. Whole and half shares available. Also offering farm fresh eggs, kid goats, rabbits and occasionally lambs and calves.

Colorado Springs: Hi Plains Dairy is located 30 miles east of Colorado Springs, Colorado. They offer raw milk from cows and goats (registered Alpine, Saanen, & Nubian). Animals are on 40 acres of organic pasture grasses, tested well water, and 100% certified organic hay. Contact Jim or Angela Smith at 719-478-2581 or 719-499-7273, or by email at hiplainsdairy@elpasotel.net. Website: hiplainsdairy.com

Cortez: Vicki Paxton, Wee Hav A No Ranch, 11332 Road 25 Cortez, CO 81321, phone: 970-560-3008. Established dairy in Cortez has raw goat milk available year around from nubian does. Does are fed organically, and absolutely no hormones are ever used.

Crested Butte: Jubilee Family Farm delivers here weekly. See their listing under Olathe.

DeBeque/Mesa area: The Empty Glass Farm, Contact: Cindy at 970-260-9353 or email from the website EmptyGlassFarm.com at cindylu@emptyglassfarm.com. Located on the Mesa end of the DeBeque cut off. (between mile marker 1 and mm2) 13991 45-1/2 Road, DeBeque, Co. They offer delicious fresh raw goat’s milk via a herd share program, farm fresh eggs in an array of colors, mild hand made goats milk soap (3-oz. bars) and in season garden veggies. They will have baby goats for sale in the spring of 2010.

Del Norte: Twin Mountain Milkhouse Please see their website for more information tmmilkhouse.com/Home.html

Delta: Four TS Ranch, 4491 2300 Road, phone: 970-874-8323, email: Fourtsranch05@wmconnect.com. Raw Whole cow and goat milk sold on a share program only.

Durango: James Ranch Artisan Cheese, Dan James – cheesemaker. 33304 Hwy. 550 Durango, CO 81301. Phone: 970-385-9143, web: jamesranch.net, email: cheese@jamesranch.net. Selling aged cheeses made from the raw milk of their own herd of 100% grass fed Jersey Cows. Starting a herd share program spring 2007 where share owners may obtain raw milk.

Eaton/Galeton: R Patch O’ Heaven. Third generation dairy farmers. The six J’s (Jon, Joy, Josh, Justin, Jeremiah and Jodel) at R Patch O’ Heaven tend to the family business in beautiful Eaton/Galeton, Colorado. They have converted a portion of their dairy farm to provide grass-fed, raw cow and goat milk-an old fashion product that is making a big comeback! They have shares in cow and goat milk available from their farm or available thru other share holders in Loveland or Erie, Colorado. For more information please contact them by phone or email. 970-454-2375, email: rpatchoheaven@bandrmail.com .

Elbert:

  • The Goatie Girls, Mark and Michelle Smith, 23851 CR 61, Elbert, CO 80106. Phone: 720-318-2763, email: michelle@quiatcompanies.com. Raw goat milk from pastured goats. They also have free range eggs, natural chicken, and grass fed beef. Fed all-organic grain (soy, corn and GMO-free). Hydroponic system for growing sprouted barley so the goats, chickens, cows and horses are on live greens year around. Delivery to Parker, Castle Rock and Denver. Visit their website for more thegoatiegirls.com.
  • Green Valley Ranch, 10565 El Paso Countyline Rd, Elbert, CO, phone: 719-495-2521, email: shells111h@aol.com, pending website. Sweet Meadowfed Goat’s milk. This is a raw product, fresh or frozen.
  • Mountain View Meadows Farm, Barb McKillip, phone: 303-961-1946, email: jbmckillip@mesanetworks.net, web: mountainviewmeadowsfarm.com,
    Facebook. Local, small goat dairy and pastured hens for eggs. Closed herd of Oberhasli and Nubian dairy goats provide our family and our shareholders with raw milk. Goats have free choice alfalfa, access year round to field grazing, and organic non-GMO, no corn, no soy grains as a treat at milking time. RMAC standards followed. Hens are free ranged and feed only organic, non GMO, no corn, no soy feed. Members Weston A. Price Foundation and Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund. Weekly delivery to Castle Rock on Tues. and Colorado Springs on Sat. We also make soap from our goats milk.

Elizabeth (north): Blue Barn Products, 30 min. east of Parker, 30 min southeast of the Southlands Mall in Aurora. Annie Cheney, phone: 303-646-2895, email: Annie@BlueBarnProducts.com, web: BlueBarnProducts.com, Facebook: Blue Barn Products. A small family farm offering raw goat milk shares, chevre cheese and cottage cheese shares, chicken eggs (year-round), goat milk soap, and natural lip balm. They seek to provide local, farm fresh products. Farm pick-ups available weekly or every other week. Free cheese/milk samples on request.

Florence/Canon City: Jersey Girls Raw Milk Dairy/Cow Share. Mike Foulk owner/operator. Fresh raw milk from Jersey Cows,fresh cream, natural pork, pastured chickens and eggs, raw cultured butter. Email corinefoulk@aol.com , website: rawmilkshares.com. Contact Mike at 719-334-1405.

Frederick (I-25 & CO-52): Homestead on the Trail Farm provides fresh raw goat milk through a goat-share program, eggs, grass-fed beef. Contact Vicki at 303-460-8519 or otrailfarm@yahoo.com.

Fruita/Loma: Willmarth Family Farm, 2 miles west of Fruita at 1515 M 3/8 Rd. Contact Lori or Ralph Willmarth at 970-858-8669. Raw milk and cream from Jersey cows, via cow shares. Fresh eggs and beef also.

Ft. Collins: Taft Hill Dairy, Lugene Sas owner/operator phone 970-224-2591. Raw milk shares, 20+plus years dairy experience. Jersey-Holstein herd, email tafthilldairy1@cs.com.

Grand Junction (between Grand Junction and Fruita): Chalab Ez offers fresh Raw Goats Milk through a Goat-Share Program. It is located between Grand Junction and Fruita North of I-70. Contact Taneil at 970-241-3517 or through email taneillawton@yahoo.com . Check out the website at sites.google.com/site/chalabez/Home.

Gunnison:

  • Jubilee Family Farm delivers here weekly. See their listing under Olathe.
  • Parker Pastures, Bill and Kelli Parker, email: parkerlandmanagement@hotmail.com, phone: 970-641-3710, web: parkerlandmanagement.com. Grass-fed dairy offering raw milk herdshares. Members of the Raw Milk Association of Colorado. They also offer 100% grass-fed beef, pastured pork, 100% grass-fed lamb, and pasture-raised eggs. Though not Certified Organic, they strive to go above and beyond organic principles. Use of the Holistic Management model, short-duration, high-intensity grazing followed by long recovery times for the plants is proving to improve degraded landscapes, build soil, and sequester carbon. Animals are humanely raised and allowed to express their particular “animalness” within family groups on pasture with clean mountain water. Find them at Crested Butte Farmer’s Markets this summer.

Hesperus: J & M Dairy, Jim Graham, 3055 CR 129 Hesperus, Colorado 81326, phone: 970-588-3377 email: jimg@jnmdairy.com web: http://www.jnmdairy.com/, Facebook: www.facebook.com/J&Mdairy. They are currently milking between 20 and 40 Nubians, Jerseys, Holstein/jersey crosses and one Guernsey. They feed alfalfa hay and minimal grains while being milking. They offer raw milk shares of goat and cow. They are members of RMAC, WAPF, and FTCLDF. Farm hours: 7:00 am to 7:00 pm, available by appointment on week-ends. They also offer farm fresh eggs from free range chickens. During the summer, one-day farm classes gives the public the opportunity to experience life on a dairy farm.

Holyoke: The Homestead Farms, Holyoke CO, web: thehomesteadfarms.com

Longmont: Ida’s Mini Milk Cows, Ida Hall, phone: 303-775-3359, email: idasminicows@gmail.com, web: idasminiaturejerseys.com. Miniature jersey and miniature jersey cross cows. Grass hay, small amount of alfalfa, grain while milking. A2A2 milk available.

Montrose: Kinikin Corner Dairy, The dairy was purchased by George Burkhardt on May 1, 2014.  Cows shares are available.  Please send inquiries to kinikindairy@gmail.com or call 970-901-5789. Website:freshrawmilk.com.

Northern Colorado Springs, Monument, Fountain, Pueblo, and Ellicott: Kurtis ketchum’s email is kurtisketchum@yahoo.com. He has Jerseys, and Ayrshires. Located 10 minutes south of Fountain, Co., serving Northern Colorado Springs, Monument, Fountain, Pueblo, and Ellicott. The address is The Family Farm 8790 Birdsall Road Fountain, CO 80817. No hormones, and cows are treated with much love and respect. Please contact for more information or farm tours. Shares are currently available.

Norwood: Mountain Meadows Farm LLC has cow shares available along with fresh eggs. They are located at 38754 Hwy. 145 Norwood Colorado 81423. For more information please visit their website at mountainmeadowsfarmllc.com.

Olathe:

  • Jubilee Family Farm, Karen Jernigan, 5476 5700 Road, Olathe CO
    81425, phone: 970-275-3247, email: mail@jubileefamilyfarm.com, web: jubileefamilyfarm.com. Offering raw goat milk shares from their herd of Nubian
    and LaMancha goats. The goats eat alfalfa raised on their farm (no chemicals used), plus receive a small amount of soy-free, non-GMO grain at milking time. A half share
    is $25/month and entitles you to one half-gallon of milk per week. A full share is $50/month and entitles you to one gallon of milk per week. You can pick up your share at the farm or it can be delivered directly to your home. They also offer eggs, whole fryers, turkeys, and pork. Call anytime for more information.
  • Swing Shift Farms will soon be selling raw milk dairy. If you have any questions please visit their website at swingshiftfarms.com.
  • Michael Willardson, 1552 5925 trial 81425, phone: 970-210-2813, email: michaelwillardson@yahoo.com, Jersey cow – raw milk, cream, eggs.
    No antibiotics or sprays, no shots or hormones used. Can call between 9 am and 7 pm; milking tours available.

Palisade: Peaches and Cream Dairy, new raw milk herd-share program, on the western slope of Colorado at 526 36 Rd., Palisade, CO 81526. For more information contact Heather Kyle by phone 970-464-1035, or email kshawnheather@msn.com . They have grass fed milk and maybe some lamb and beef in the future.

Paonia: Bella Farm offers raw milk shares from their herd of organic/biodynamic Brown Swiss cows. 100% grass-fed diet, pasture rotation, and holistic management create the highest quality milk. They are also a complete diversified farm with fruit and nut orchards, gardens and greenhouses, and chickens, ducks, pigs, and sheep. Alison and Adam Klaus, 970-527-5703.

Pine: Sage Meadow Farms, Brian and Melissa Parsons, Pine CO 80470. Phone: 303-838-7397; email: sagemeadowfarms@gmail.com. Sage Meadow Farms is a small family farm offering goat herd shares, free range eggs, limited seasonal produce, and various handcrafted bath and beauty items. Their small herd of LaManchas and Nubians are raised and cared for in the most natural way possible including high-quality feed, supplements, and herbal and homeopathic care.

Red Mesa: el Rancho del Cielo, Denise Bohemier, 515 CR 106, Hesperus CO 81326, phone: 970-551-0060, email: ranchdelcielo@wildblue.net. El Rancho del Cielo is located 25 miles southwest of Durango, CO. The herd of 20 Saanen and Saanen-crosses grazes on 160 acres of high desert vegetation. Goat’s milk is available through a goat share program. Additional services include the production of cheese and yogurt.

Rifle: Raise Nigerian Dwarf goats, are herd is CAE & CL free. Located between Glenwood Springs and Grand Junction. Sawgna Farms, 4450 County Road 320 Rifle, CO 81650. Contact – Andrea Brewer, phone: 970-625-4744; email: sawgna_farms@yahoo.com; web: sawgnafarms.webs.com. Family hobby farm, in it for the lifestyle! Farm eggs, Goats Milk, Goats Soap and Lotions, Goat Cheese, Pigs raised as well. They offer delicious fresh raw goat’s milk via a herd share program, farm fresh eggs in an array of colors, and in season garden veggies. They will have babies for sale in the spring of 2010. They also have some breed does available now.

Sedalia: Bell Meadow Farm, Deanna Meyer, 1680 N. Hwy 67 (9 mi W of Sedalia), phone: 303-814-6919, email: info@bellmeadowfarm.org, web: bellmeadowfarm.org. This small family farm specializes in goat milk from their herd of Nubian and Saanen goats that are pasture raised and fed alfalfa pellets while milking. Their goats are fed only natural grass products and do not get grains. Raw milk is available through a herdshare program with pickup at the farm or in Sedalia on a weekly basis. Both whole and half shares are offered. Bell Meadow also sells organically raised pastured eggs, cheese, ice cream and goat milk soap through the farm and herdshares. Contact them via email or by phone (8am-8pm).

Springfield: H Diamond Farms, 34083 County Rd 21 Springfield, CO 81073 , Rachel Harmon, phone: 719-523-3187, email: hdiamondfarms@gmail.com, web: harmonfarms.com. H Diamond Farms runs a small herd of Saanen and Nubian does. They produce wonderful delicious milk year round. Their goats are bred to be healthy, and require very little medical intervention on their part. They offer herd shares, kids for sale, and hope to start making soap in 2010. They also have fresh eggs available.

Strasburg: Dougan Farm LLC, 5062 S CR 157, Sharron Dougan, phone: 303-622-9772 or 303-870-1247. Located 40 minutes East of the Denver area. Offer raw goat milk shares, garden vegatables, eggs, yogurt. Expanding to include farm raised lamb, goat, beef, and rabbit. A Farm Fresh Natural Choice.

Trinidad: Capra Collina Ranch, outside of Trinidad Colorado, Traditional Olde World handmade cheeses from 100% range fed goat and sheep milk, available through shares program. Terry Cronin, Cynthia Cronan, and Yogev Erez 303-333-2413 or 719-214-6620, PO box 138 Trinidad, Colorado 81082, email: cynthiagoat@yahoo.com

Windsor: Windsor Dairy, Meg, phone: 970-674-0571, email: meg@windsordairy.com, web: windsordairy.com. Certified organic raw milk cow shares from pasture-fed Tarentaise and Swiss cows. Windsor Dairy is now offering raw yogurt, raw cottage cheese, raw cream, and raw butter to cowshare members. Now a licensed cheese plant making 100% grassfed, certified organic raw Swiss and Cheddar available to the public

21 thoughts on “Colorado

  1. I am also in south Denver looking for raw cow’s milk. I recently moved to the area, so I will need to look up each of these towns on a map. However, I have a feeling that most who have the cow’s milk are not close by.

  2. Does anyone know of any source on the eastern plains? Byers seems to be the closest, but it’s about 60 miles away. I’m between Brush. I’m in the middle of nowhere and not very hopeful. But I thought dairy farmers might talk to each other, maybe hear if someone was thinking about starting something. We sure do have a lot of cattle auctions, but I guess this is where the beef is, not the milk.
    Thanks for reading.

  3. I just love the way you people legalize pot, but outright buying of raw milk is a crime. Silly… Present this to your legislators when you fight for raw milk legalization in your state. The cow share program is a pain in the neck.

  4. I recently moved to Minturn, CO, between Vail and Avon, and I’m looking for a source of raw milk. Anyone have a source near here?

  5. Looking for Guernsey cream- that wonderful, rich, thick cream we remember from a dairy in ND years ago. Does anyone within driving distance of Longmont have Guernsey cows? My dad would be on cloud nine if he could enjoy cream and bread with chokecherry syrup. Sounds weird but oh so good.

  6. hi i’m in northern new mexico and I recently lost my jersey cow. we are looking to replace her. we are looking for a jersey girl in milk, if she were pg that would be wonderful. we are willing to travel to Colorado to find the right girl for us. we are on a limited income so price is a factor but love the raw milk and loved having a cow as part of our family. if you have something that may work for our family please let me know. Melissa blair 505-412-7768

  7. I’m in North Denver, near Water World, looking for some raw milk also, but I believe I saw one in Brighton that delivers, maybe Google or just word of mouth probably, feel free to message me please if you find any good places, or e-mail me at crazygrammy37@gmail .com

  8. Looking for raw cow milk and products in Parker, Colorado. Anybody know where to look? Recently moved here and I don’t know my geography well.

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