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Important Message to All Raw Milk Producers and Consumers:
The Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund (FTCLDF) protects your right to provide and obtain raw milk. All raw milk producers should be members of the FTCLDF and we strongly encourage all raw milk consumers to help protect their access to raw milk by becoming consumer members as well. www.farmtoconsumer.org

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Important Notes about the Listings

  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.

Sources of real milk and real milk products in Florida:

Statewide–For Small & Starting Co-ops/Private Buying Clubs:

  • Clearview Valley Farm: an Amish family farm in Quarryville, PA, that can ship directly to your door. Offering grassfed food nationwide at www.clearviewvalleyfarm.com or feel free to contact the farmer directly at 717-786-0877 or email Abnerlapp@gmail.com.  All the products are free of chemicals, soy, antibiotics and hormones, They sell 100 percent raw A2 cows milk from Jersey cows, 15 different kinds of cheese, butter, yogurt, kefir, heavy cream, and sour cream. Raw goat and sheep milk. Soy-free pastured eggs, (brown and blue-green). 100 percent grassfed beef and veal. Pork, lamb, turkey, rabbit, and chicken. Sausage, steaks, bone broths, ground meats, and jerky. A private membership association. Contact them to become a member.
  • Grass-Fed Butter Farm: https://rawgrassfedbutter.com. Amish Family Farm in Lancaster County, PA, offers 100 percent raw butter from their grassfed Jersey cows. The butter is free of chemicals, pesticides, and any other drugs, and is made directly on the farm. They can ship nationwide and directly to your door within 1-3 days. They have A2/A2 butter available. Feel free to email with questions: Raw.grassfedbutter@gmail.com.

Alachua County:

  • Alachua:
    • Full Circle Farm: Serves this area. See full listing under Live Oak.
    • Glades Ridge Goat Dairy (north of Gainesville in rural Union County, serving Alachua, Gainesville, Lake Butler, Union, Bradford, Baker, Columbia counties). Phone: 386-266-7041; email: order@gladesridge.com; web: gladesridge.com. Fresh and frozen whole, unpasteurized raw goat milk (average four percent + butterfat) is available by the half-gallon and gallon in FDA-approved plastic milk jugs. Chevre (plain and in a variety of flavors) and Fromage Blanc cheeses, Farmstead cheese, kefir, yogurt, whey, and colostrum are also available. Find them at the Alachua County Farmers Market Saturdays, 8:30 am to noon, CR 121 and SR 441 in Gainesville; The Gainesville Downtown Market (at Bo Didley Plaza) on Wednesday afternoons from 3 to 7 pm, and at the Riverside Farmers and Arts Market (under the Fuller Warren Bridge) from 10 am until 2 pm on Saturdays. Whole goat milk is an alternative to milk replacers for a variety of animals who do not have access to adequate dam milk (puppies, kittens, foals, etc.), and can also be given to adult pets as a supplement to a balanced diet. Their products are free of hormones and antibiotics, and come from a healthy, registered herd of dairy goats. The goats’ primary diet is hay, forage, pasture grasses, and browse, with a small amount of grain during milking. Milking is done in a climate-controlled milking parlor, with dairy products prepared in a connected dairy kitchen. Kids for sale each spring; see website for availability. Per Florida law, raw dairy is sold as an animal feed supplement only.
    • The Shepherd’s Hill Farm: Serves this area. Delivers to Alachua every Saturday. See full listing under Lake City (Columbia County).
    • Stalwart Heritage Stock: Serves this area. See full listing under Live Oak.
  • Archer: Sandhill Farm (serving Gainesville, Ocala, Chiefland areas), Tom and Janie Stanaland; phone: 229-873-6746. Milking three Jersey cows and a handful of goats twice daily. The cows are fed pasture, hay, and grain while being milked. Raw milk sold for pet consumption only per Florida law.
  • Gainesville:
    • Full Circle Farm, Serves this area. See full listing under Live Oak. Delivers to the 441 Growers Market and two other locations.
    • New Earth Farm, See full listing under Ocala. Raw goat milk at the Union Street Farmers Market Wednesdays 4-7pm.
    • Produced on the Farm: See full listing under Old Town (Dixie County). Available for farm pick-up, or every Saturday at the Alachua County 441 Farmers Market from 8:30 am to noon.
    • A Thousand Hills Farm, Scott and Gabriela Geist, 6450 NW County Road 345 Chiefland, FL 32626; phone: 352-493-1098; email: scottygabi@yahoo.com. Located between Ocala and Gainesville. This small farm operated by a homeschooling family of seven is certified by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to sell high butterfat raw milk for animal consumption only. Visits are welcomed. They sell raw Jersey milk in sterilized half-gallon glass jars. Cows graze in summer, receive hay in winter, and get minimal natural additive-free dairy feed. No chemicals used on the farm. Big discount available for co-ops.
    • The Shepherd’s Hill Farm: Serves this area. Delivers to Gainesville every Saturday. See full listing under Lake City (Columbia County).
    • Stalwart Heritage Stock: Serves this area. See full listing under Live Oak.
    • Tiny Forest, Delivers to this area. See full listing under Fort White.
    • Whiteacre’s Dairy Goats, Catherine; phone: 352-472-6335; email: cwhiteacre@msn.com. They have fresh milk and kefir grains. Visits welcomed so you can see how the goats and milk are handled.
  • High SpringsProduced on the Farm: See full listing under Old Town (Dixie County). Available for farm pick-up, or every Thursday at the High Springs Farmer’s Market.
  • Melrose: Gumbo Heads Goats Farm, 1424 Baden Powell Road, Hawthorne (Melrose), FL 32640. Rhonda Miller and Brian Gregory; phone: 352-475-9680; email: rhondapta@aol.com . Micro-farm with registered Nubians fed grain, peanut, alfalfa, and coastal hay, and homeopathically treated — no hormones or antibiotics used. Raw goat milk and cheese sold for pet consumption only per Florida law, and handmade goat milk soaps with no chemicals dyes or fragrances.

Baker County:

  • MacclennyThe Shepherd’s Hill Farm, Serves this area. Delivers to Macclenny every Wednesday. See full listing under Lake City (Columbia County).

Bay County:

  • Panama City Beach, Ebony Farms, Ken and Cristi Karr, 2211 Warner Ave., Panama City Beach, FL 32408, phone: 786-401-5243 (cell) 850-866-4028 (home), email:  tdfirechick@yahoo.com. web: ebonyfarms.weebly.com, They have Nubian dairy goats, chickens for eggs and a small herd of Zebu cattle for meat and dairy. Antibiotics used only for health of animals when needed. Animals are under supervision of a local large animal vet and USDA inspections of facilities due to export animals world wide. Milk, eggs, and occasionally cheese for animal consumption and animals are available. They are available by appointment only. Please do not just show up at their farm. No tours are available. They are a closed, bio secure farm. They are usually at the Captain Anderson’s farmers market on Saturday mornings from 9 am to 2 pm.

Brevard County:

  • Indialantic: Jungle Organic, 2500 N Highway A1A, Indialantic, FL 32903; phone: 321-773-5678; web: jungleorganic.com. Raw Jersey cow milk.
  • Melbourne: Brevard County Farmers Market, Facebook: brevardcountyfarmersmarket. Raw milk now available there from Heart of Christmas Farms, http://www.hocfarms.com (listed under the town of Christmas).
  • Satellite Beach: Love By The Spoonful; Penny Norrie; phone: 321-543-2327; web: lovebythespoonful.org. Raw cow and goat milk and dairy products (cheese, butter, cream, etc.), 100 percent grassfed organic beef, organic pork, chicken, eggs, fermented foods, organic produce, nuts, etc.

Broward County:

  • Davie: Scooby’s Farm. Phone: Motty at 954-639-3666; email: hello@scoobysfarm.com; web: scoobysfarm.com. This small, organic, soy-free poultry and dairy goat farm raises ADGA Registered Purebred Nubians for raw milk, and pastured chickens and ducks for meat and eggs. Per Florida law, raw milk is labeled for animal consumption only. Hatching eggs also available and additional products alre planned. Farm visits offered every Sunday, 2-5 pm or other days by appointment. Animals are pastured all day with access to water, hay, and Certified Organic soy-free feed. Large or combined orders may be delivered. Must be a member to order. CSA shares available.
  • Fort Lauderdale:
    • Marando Farms, Chelsea and Fred Marando, phone: 954-294-2331; email: info@marandofarms.com; web: marandoranch.com. Raw cow and goat milk and cheese (milk at wholesale prices). CSA, farmers market, nursery, and co-op programs also available. See website for details.
    • Lauderdale/Miami/Palm Beach: Farm-fresh Club at BM Organics Natural Family Living Retail and Resource Center. Farm-Fresh Club members have access to fresh raw milk, cheese, cream, and butter, as well as kefir and yogurt (all from pastured goats or cows, the raw cow milk is from a 100 percent Jersey Herd, pastured chicken, pastured eggs, grassfed meats, kombucha tea, fermented breads, sprouted granola, pickled beets, fermented sauerkraut, kimchee, fermented carrots and ginger, fermented mustard, ketchup, mayonnaise, etc. Raw dairy products sold for pet consumption only per Florida law. The farm-fresh products are available every week at the store. Many other locally sourced farm-fresh products and supplements are added weekly. Now delivering in Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties. Conveniently located in Ft. Lauderdale for local access to Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach Counties. Contact Dr. Paola Weber at drweber@bmorganics.com for more information.
  • Hollywood: The Raw Milk Creamery, Joash, 1940 N. 30th Rd., Hollywood, FL. No. 401 @ the Yellow green farmers market/outside, phone: 754-423-3786, email: sheilasmarket@gmail.com. Raw dairy products: goat and cow; milk, butter, yogurt, cheese, cream, raw liquid, whey protein. Saturday and Sunday 8 am-4 pm.
  • Southwest Ranches:
    • Erinwood Farms, Jennifer Dachton, phone: 954-658-6644, email:  erinwoodrebel@aol.com. Raw goat milk, cheese, frozen yogurt direct from the farm. Lamancha, Nigerian, and Grade goats. All goats are disease tested yearly. Clean, bimonthly fecals; monthly milk samples are sent for nutrition break down and cell count. All goats are pasture kept, mainly hay-based diet, hormones and antibiotic free. Monthly open farm events to meet the herd. Retail and wholesale glass and plastic. They also offer all organic fed, soy and corn-free pasture raised chicken eggs and Broward local raw honey.
    • Southwest Ranches Farmers Market, 5150 S Flamingo Rd., Southwest Ranches, FL 33331, phone: 754-423-3786, email: Sheilagg222@aol.com, web: swrfarmersmarket.com, Facebook: Southwest Ranches Farmers Market. Fresh raw cow milk, cream and raw butter available. Fresh raw goat milk, yogurt, cheeses, and kefir; also pastured eggs. Animals are grassfed, using no growth hormones or antibiotics. As per Florida law, must be labeled for animal consumption. Fully stocked farmers market, selling grains and protein powders. Raw local honey, raw organic almond butter, and more. Hours of operation: weekdays, 10 am to 5 pm, weekends 9 am to 5 pm. Closed on Thursday.

Charlotte County:

  • Port Charlotte: Hampton’s Farm, Teresa McVey; phone: 239-246-1465; email: conclusionsvalentine@hughes.net. Fresh raw goat milk from ADGA registered show goats, sold for pet consumption only per Florida law. Gallons only, in your containers or theirs; extra charge for glass jars if they provide. Also available: Eggs from free-range hens.

Citrus County

  • Irish Acres, serves this area. See full listing under Brooksville (Hernando County).
  • Dunnellon/Lecanto area: locallygrown.net, an online market. Order online Sunday-Tuesday. Pick up is every Thursday from 3:30 to 5:30 pm at locations in Dunnellon, Lecanto, Ocala and SW Marion County. The market manager can be reached at 352-895-3942. The market has many farm fresh products to choose from, with a focus on non-GMO, locally grown products, including New Earth Farm (see listing under Ocala) grassfed raw dairy.
  • Floral City: Tolisse Farm (serving Citrus, Hernando, Marion and Pasco Counties), phone: 352-344-5103; email: toni@tolisse.com; web: www.tolisse.com. Family owned and operated 40-acre farm offering fresh and frozen raw goat milk and chevre cheese from a herd of ADGA registered LaMancha dairy goats. All goats have access to free choice pasture, woods, and browse. All pastures are fertilized with their own composted manure; no chemicals or pesticides are used. Milkers are fed whole grains and perennial peanut hay as needed. No growth hormones are used. Should any of their goats require medical treatment, they are removed from the milking line. The herd is accredited tuberculosis/brucellosis free and are CAE negative, testing annually. Milk is provided in half-gallon and gallon size dairy approved plastic jugs. Milk and cheese are sold for animal consumption only per Florida state law. Please do not ask any questions regarding milk and cheese for human consumption. They also provide a line of goat milk soaps and skin care which can be purchased online at simplycaprine.com. Find them at the Inverness Farmers Market on the 3rd Saturday of each month at 212 W. Main St., Inverness, FL.
  • Inverness:
    • Masson Farm, Mark Masson, 8900 South Brittany Path Inverness, FL 34452; phone: 352-637-0587; email: mdmasson@centurylink.net. Raw goat milk sold for pet consumption only per Florida law.
    • Udderly Blessed Dairy Goats, Sold at Lakeside Kennels, 5999 E. Turner Camp Rd. Inverness, FL. Raw goat milk and yogurt, sold for pet use per Florida law. They milk Alpine, Toggenburgs, Nubian and Nigerian dwarf.
  • Lecanto: Fields Place Goats, Tammi Fields, Lecanto, FL (Off 491), phone: 352-503-7273, email: blessedtams@gmail.com, web: fieldsplacegoats.com. Fields offers milk and cheeses from Nubian and Nigerian dairy goats. Goats are negative for CAE, (Caprine Arthritis Encephalitis), Johne’s disease, Q fever, and toxoplasmosis. These and other tests are provided as needed. They raise their goats for dairy, show and pets. No products are offered for human consumption. Goats are fed perennial peanut hay, Tifton 44, grain mixture, black oil sunflower seeds, shredded beet pulp, and a variety of special minerals are offered free choice. They try to practice holistic medicine when possible. Milk sold in new dairy-approved gallon jugs only. Cheeses: chevre, cheddar and other varies as well – soft and hard. Sold for pet consumption only, per Florida state law. Also selling homemade goat milk soaps.

Collier County:

  • Ave Maria: Co-op whose members have access to raw milk, chocolate milk, cream, butter, buttermilk, cottage cheese, yogurt, and ice cream from a family farm in northwest Florida. Raw milk is $10.50/gallon. They receive delivery every other week. Pickup in Ave Maria. Contact Amy at amymgawron@gmail.com.
  • Naples: Food and Thought, An all-organic farm market that sells raw, non-pasteurized milk and other dairy products. Visit their website for more details: www.foodandthought.com.

Columbia County:

  • Fort White:
    • Karuna Yana- The Path of Compassion, Marcia Pimentel, phone 386-320-7710, web: www.karunayana.com. Fresh raw goat milk, goat milk colostrum, and goat milk yogurt for animal consumption only as per Florida law. Lamancha and Saanen dairy herd foraging natural unsprayed north Florida woodlands. Momma goats raise their babies. Herd tested annually for Johnes and CAE. CL abscess free. Antibiotics under veterinary direction. Open six days a week.
    • Phone: 386-497-2109. Raw milk and soft cheese for sale for pet consumption only per Florida law, in gallons or half-gallons. Visits welcomed.
  • Lake City:
    • The Shepherd’s Hill Farm (serving Columbia, Alachua, Baker, and Duval counties–making deliveries to Jacksonville and Gainesville every week): phone: 386-755-0941, email: tpstreet@bellsouth.net, web: www.shepherdshillfarmflorida.com. They sell raw dairy products from pasture-raised Jersey cows, that are 100 percent grassfed–never fed any grain. All dairy products are sold for pet food only per Florida law. They also offer pastured poultry and fresh eggs. The chickens are fed an organic feed that is corn-free, and soy-free. Grassfed beef and lamb is also available. More information available on their website.
    • Stalwart Heritage Stock: Serves this area. See full listing under Live Oak.

Dade County:

  • Doral: Lacteos Del Duende, Gustavo Sanchez, phone: 786-637-5253, (Order through WHATSAPP), Instagram: @LacteosDelDuende. Gustavo raises a small herd of Jersey Cows. Cows are rotated to fresh pasture daily and supplemented with a small amount of grain during milking. Pastures are completely chemical free. Gustavo is a native of Venezuela and prides himself in crafting Artisanal Raw Cheeses from his country such as Queso Palmizulia, Queso Paisa, and Nata. He also provides raw milk upon request. $10/half gallon in glass jar plus $2 deposit for the jar. The best way to order is by messaging him on Whatsapp. He does home deliveries to Doral and Weston regularly. Raw milk and cheeses are for animal consumption only.
  • HomesteadFlair’s Fayre, Christina Nielsen, phone: 786-339-2093, email: Nielsenchristina77@yahoo.com, web: flairsfayre.com. They have a mixed herd of registered Nubians, Lamancha and Saanen goats. Goats are fed a non-GMO and non-soy diet and are on lush pasture daily. Raw milk and cheeses are available through farmers markets and other area outlets, including Bee Heaven Farm and Urban Oasis. Custom orders available. Call or email for information. Occasionally they have replacement milkers and herd sire prospects available. Herd is CL, Brucellosis, Johnnes and CAE-free. Nubians are G6s normal.
  • Miami’s Health Food Club. phone: 305-677-2735; email: millersfarm@myhealthyfoodclub.com; web: myhealthyfoodclub.com. Miller’s Organic Farm, a reputable family run Amish farm, features over 200 foods from humanely treated 100 percent grassfed cows, goats, and sheep, as well as pastured chickens and hogs. The milk, kefir, yogurt, cream, and butter are raw and un-homogenized. Foods are available to club members only. Read more and join at their website.
  • Miami/Homestead – Milk Co-op (Joash raw milk and milk products)
    Contact: Susan 786-348-9369.
  • MiamiArtisan Freeze, Miami, FL 33172, phone: 857-210-9568, email: sabrina@artisanfreeze.com, web: www.artisanfreeze.com. They offer homemade raw kefir ice cream from 100 percent grassfed and grass-finished cows. Their raw cow milk is provided by Miller’s Organic Farms and Joash Creamery. Their ice cream is 100 percent homemade. Their raw kefir is homemade from kefir grains following the traditional method. They provide shipping to Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky, and Virginia – when ordering online. Their products are also distributed by My Healthy Food Club in Miami Dade County, Southwest Ranches Farmers Market in Southwest Ranches, and Marando Farms in Fort Lauderdale. As per Florida law, raw milk must be labeled for animal consumption.

DeSoto County:

  • Arcadia: R&R Jersey Farm, off King’s Highway, Arcadia, FL 34266, phone: 863-266-9919, email (preferred): thomrob@live.com, web: localharvest.org/r-r-jersey-farm-M68255. In operation since 2012. They sell grassfed raw Jersey milk and pastured eggs. They use glass mason jars for the milk, not plastic. Hens are culled every three years, to guarantee young eggs.  Tours available to see cows and chickens. They often sell out in the winter. Email for more information.

Dixie County:

  • Old Town:
    • Natural Springs Dairy, Serves this area. See full listing under Elkton.
    • Produced on the Farm: Diane and Dennis Peters, and Corey Martin, 712 NE 708th Ave. Old Town, FL 32680, phone: 352-727-1377, email: simplykayaking@yahoo.com, web: producedonthefarm.com. Produced on the Farm is a small family owned farm that provides raw Jersey and Brown Swiss cow milk and other products such as cream, cheeses, ice cream, Greek yogurt, kefir and buttermilk. Milk is $11/gallon. Available for farm pick-up, or every Wednesday at the Union Street farmer’s market in downtown Gainesville from 4 pm to 7 pm, Thursdays at the High Springs Farmers Market from noon until 2 pm, Thursdays at the One Love Cafe farmer’s market from 5 pm to 8 pm, Saturdays at the Alachua County 441 Farmers Market from 8:30 am to noon and Saturdays at the Haile farmer’s market from 8:30 am until noon.

Duval County:

  • Jacksonville:
    • Full Circle Farm: Serves this area. See full listing under Live Oak. Delivers to the Beaches and Mandarin every two weeks.
    • Natural Springs Dairy, See full listing under Elkton. Raw milk, raw milk cheeses, and beef from grassfed animals. Find them at the Riverside Arts farmers market on Saturdays, 10:00-1:00.
    • Oaklane Farm; email: dhanson24@aol.com. Currently offers raw Jersey milk (for pet consumption only per Florida law) and grassfed beef.
    • Palatka/Starke area: Rachelsie Farm, Inc in Bardin (relocated from Bostwick). Elise or Rachel Anderson; farm phone: 386-329-4006; email: rachelsiefarm@bellsouth.net; web: www.rachelsie.250x.com. Dedicated natural goat farm and dairy. Milking does are fed a natural grain mix, with free choice alfalfa/orchard grass hay transported from an organic farm in Indiana. Fresh and frozen raw milk is available from February to October in sterile gallon and half-gallon plastic jugs. Raw milk is sold for pet consumption only per Florida law. The herd is TB/Brucellosis certified and accredited; fifth-year Voluntary Scrapies Eradication Program; on DHI-Milk Test (during milking season); and vet inspected every 90 days. Two ADGA Registered show herds are maintained; Oberhasli and LaMancha. Kids and family milkers are occasionally available.
    • The Shepherd’s Hill Farm: Serves this area. See full listing under Lake City (Columbia County). Delivers to the west side of Jacksonville and to Neptune Beach area every Wednesday.
    • Stalwart Heritage Stock: Serves this area. See full listing under Live Oak.
    • Tiny Forest, Delivers to this area. See full listing under Fort White.

Escambia County:

  • Pensacola:
    • Ever’Man Natural Foods, 315 West Garden Street, Pensacola, FL 32502; phone: 850-438-0402; email: mailto:info@everman.org; web: www.everman.org. Selling Paw Paw’s Raw Milk.
    • Milton: Faith Farm, The Weakland Family; email: faithfarmgoats@yahoo.com, web: faithfarmgoats.com. Raw goat milk sold as per state law from herd of organically raised miniature dairy goats, goat milk soap made with organic ingredients, organically produced artisan sourdough breads, brownies (made with either Rapadura or Palm sugar), and organically raised pastured eggs. Sold on farm as well as at the Palafox market in downtown Pensacola.

Flagler County:

  • Palm Coast/Ormond Beach/Deland: Providence Farm, Sarah Barnier, phone: 352-238-7054, email: Sarahbarnier@gmail.com. Jersey cows, mostly grassfed, although freshly milled soy-free feed and alfalfa is given at milking. Cows are disease tested and milk is periodically tested to maintain the highest quality. Milk is obtained after brushing each cow, double washing and drying the cow’s teats, discarding the first few ounces of milk, and then collected through a closed vacuum system. After milking, cow’s teats are treated with a moisturizing, sanitizing dip before they are let out to forage. Milk is brought into a milk room and then it is strained through a clean disposable milk filter, bottled into plastic food- grade bottles, capped, dated, and submerged in a below freezing quick-chiller until it has reached an optimal temperature. All equipment is sanitized promptly with dairy sanitizer solution and hung to air dry. Milk is sold in gallons for $12 and half gallons for $6. Text or call Sarah for more details and availability. Providence Farm is registered with the Florida Department of Agricultural and Consumer Services to sell raw milk in Florida and is labeled “Not For Human Consumption” complying with the requirements of Chapter 580. Registration number: Z003616

Gilchrist County:

  • Farm Fresh Friends; email: farmfreshfriends@gmail.com. Raw dairy products sold for animal/pet consumption only per Florida law; and free-range chicken eggs and grass/milk-fed beef available most of the time. Email for availability.
  • Bell: Farm Fresh, 1699 SW 17th Terrace Bell, FL 32619, phone: 772-353-9918, email: vmorataya5@yahoo.com. Farm Fresh is a grass and hay fed raw milk supplier offering fresh raw Jersey cow milk.
  • Jersey Cow Farms, 8699 SE 66th Ave. Trenton, FL 32693, phone: 352-448-1013, email: Jerseycowfarms@yahoo.com. Serves the Gilchrist county area, including Trenton, Newberry, and Gainesville. Milking four registered Miniature Jersey cows once daily. The cows are fed pasture, Bahia hay, and have grain while milking. Raw cow milk, butter, and buttermilk at the Union Street Farmers Market Wednesdays 4-7 pm. and High Springs Farmers Market Fridays from 3 pm to 7 pm. Please contact for farm pick up and free delivery.This small farm operated by a homeschooling family of 6 is certified by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to sell dairy cow raw milk for animal consumption only. They sell raw Jersey milk in sterilized half-gallon glass jars or sterile plastic jugs. Jersey Cow farms milk is chemicals, hormones, and antibiotics free.

Hernando County:

  • Brooksville:
    • Grandpa Stan’s All Natural, phone: 352-593-5082, email: grandpastanjay@gmail.com. Mixed herd of brown and black/white cows. No hormones, steroids, or antibiotics. 100 percent grassfed. Real raw milk $6/half gallon in glass. $6/deposit. $12/one gallon plastic. Raw yogurt $8/pint. Milk and yogurt sold for animal use only per Florida law. Raw honey half gallon (5 lbs.) for $30. Chicken eggs free ranged $5/dozen. Vitamin B17 in 5 different fruit jams with no sugar $12/pint or $8/9 oz. Pickled quail eggs $12/pint. Pickled asparagus $9/pint, apple butter with no sugar $9/pint. Moringa tea, powder, leaves available. Colloidal Silver $29/pint. Phone or email for price list and ordering. Pick up on Sundays, 9 am-2 pm at Airport Farmers and Flea Market, 17375 Spring Hill Drive, Brooksville, FL, 34604; Building A, booth 33 up front.
    • Irish Acres, 2343 Gold Hill Rd., Mark and Oksana Counihan, phone: 352-279-4035, email: mark@irishacres.org, web: irishacres.org. Jersey and Guernsey grassfed, with alfalfa feed at milking. Their herd management is based on intensive grazing. Cows are on fresh grass daily. They move their cows from pasture to pasture each day. Milk A2, Kefir, butter, cottage Cheese, buttermilk, yogurt. Eggs and chicken also available on the farm. They milk daily, and all of their products are made to order. All product is picked up at the farm. They work on an honor system. Anyone is welcome to visit the farm anytime. Please call ahead.
    • Markford Farm, Steven and Ashley Markford, 16248 Hibiscus Rd. Brooksville, FL, 34601, phone: 352-540-1170 or 352-398-2338, email: markfordfarms@gmail.com, Facebook: markfordfarm. They sell 100 percent raw A2 cow milk from Jersey cows. Also available are cream, farmer’s cheese, butter, chicken eggs, and beef. No hormones, steroids, or antibiotics for all animals. All animals are grass fed. Jersey cows get a small amount of grain during milking from a local family run mill. Milk – $10/gallon. Cream – $9/pint. Farmer’s cheese – $8/pound. Butter – $12/pound. Eggs – $4/dozen. Call for beef pricing. All products can be picked up at the farm. Please call prior to coming over.

Hendry County:

  • LaBelle: Earth Song Farm, LaBelle FL 33935; phone: 239-872-4725; email: earthsongfarm@hughes.net. Raw milk from ADGA registered Lamancha, Saanen, Oberhasli, and Nubian goats raised on pasture, grain, and alfalfa hay. Kefir, yogurt, and various cheeses made on site also for sale. For pet use only per Florida law. Free-range organic eggs and show goats also available. Please call for appointment.

Hernando County:

  • Brooksville: Sweet Briar Farm, Butch and Louisa Colson, 15348 Peach Orchard Rd. Brooksville, FL 34614, phone: 352-606-8033, web: www.Sbfhomegrown.com. Located in Brooksville close to Springhill. They raise and sell purebred Nubian goats. Goats are pasture raised with minimal grain. They offer raw and pasteurized goat milk, goat cheese and pastured vegetarian eggs labeled and sold for animal consumption only per FL law. Clean, tested, closed herd. They do not use pesticides or antibiotics. It is very rare, but if an animal requires antibiotics it will be removed from production. They also offer home-baked and homemade goods as well. Pickup by appointment and local delivery available, see their website for more info.

Hillsborough County:

  • Brandon: Full Circle Farm, Serves this area. See full listing under Live Oak. Delivers to Faulkenburg and 60 every four weeks.
  • CarollwoodHappy Tails Farm (just North of Citrus Park Mall in the heart of Carollwood), phone: 727-637-1549 (8:00 am – 9:30 pm only please); email (preferred): HappytailsfarmFl@gmail.com; Facebook: Happy Tails Farm.  Happy Tails Farm is a family run farm license #4234 as of 2017 by Fresh From Florida program and Department of Agriculture. They are a sustainable run farm with pasture-raised Nubian and Alpine goats, chickens and other poultry. They do not use any antibiotics or hormones with their stock and their feed comes from one of the oldest feed mills in the state that fresh grinds the feed and contains no soy. The herd is registered with the AGDA and are CAE free as well as regularly tested for disease. Products include raw goat milk, kefir, yogurt and a variety of cheeses, including chevre, feta, ricotta, Roquefort, curds, etc.  They also have available for sale raw cow milk from a partnering dairy. The farm also offers pasture-raised chickens, turkeys, and Peking ducks.  They have a limited amount of eggs available. Per Florida law, all raw milk products and fresh unwashed eggs are sold for pet consumption only. Do not ask to encourage human consumption of products as it could jeopardize licensing with the state. Products are sold in new BPA-free jugs. They are found in a number of co-ops in the area as well as farm pickups available daily. Volunteers welcome, and any questions you may have.   
  • Irish Acres, serves this area. See full listing under Brooksville (Hernando County).
  • Tampa:
    • Full Circle Farm: Serves this area. See full listing under Live Oak. Delivers to central Tampa every two weeks.
    • HammerTime Hollow: Anne Hammer, Also servicing Pasco, Pinellas, and surrounding counties when able. phone: 813-785-9253, email: HammerTimeHollow@gmail.com, web: www.HammerTimeHollow.com, Facebook: hammertimehollow. HammerTime Hollow is a small family run farm in Town n Country raising dairy cattle and New Zealand rabbits for show and consumption. Just 10 minutes from Tampa airport. Milk and other dairy products come from predominantly registered Jersey cows. Cows are fed a dairy ration (grain) twice a day, perennial peanut hay, and have free access to Tifton hay and eight acres of pasture and wetlands. Due to the cattle also being 4-H projects and thus traveling at times, they are vet checked twice a year and given annual vaccinations. Products include fluid milk in quarts, half gallons and gallons, cream, butter, farmhouse cheese, whey, and buttermilk. Products other than fluid milk are available on a limited basis. $10/gallon, $6/half gallon, and $4/quart. Milk can also be put into glass jars upon request for a small initial deposit. Their milk can be found in multiple locations around the Tampa Bay area. For the most current list of locations, visit their website or Facebook page. Call, text, or email to arrange pickup from the farm. Per Florida law, all raw milk products must be labeled “For Pet Consumption Only.” Please refrain from discussing personal usage to not jeopardize their license. FDACS Registration #: Z004399
    • Jersey Acres Farm: Weekly deliveries available. See full listing under Myakka City.
    • Local food club; Sarah Pope; email: pope@austus.com; blog: thehealthyhomeeconomist.com. Raw Jersey cow milk, cream, butter, and buttermilk for pet consumption only per Florida law. Locally produced, organic produce, free-range eggs, and completely unheated Amish cheeses also available. Two grass-based Florida farms serve the club. One of the dairies is a Jersey herd that is entirely grassfed (supplemented with hay silage and kelp only). The second dairy is a Jersey herd where the cows are mostly pastured but get a commercial feed mix during milking only that is non-GMO and tested to be pesticide residue-free. The Jersey cows have free and unlimited access to kelp supplement to ensure that they get all the minerals they need. The milk has an exceptional creamline and extremely long-lasting shelf life due to state-of-the-art milking technology in a clean milking parlor complete with de-stress mats and cow massage equipment used during milking. No antibiotics, steroids, or hormones used. Contact Sarah for pickup information (no delivery).
    • New Leaf Foodclub: email: newleaffoodclub@gmail.com. (also serving Ozona, Crystal Beach, Tarpon Springs, Holiday, New Port Richey, Clearwater, Countryside and East Lake areas). Raw cow and goat milk products. See full listing under Palm Harbor.
    • Dancing Goat Dairy (just west of Tampa International Airport), convenient to all points in Hillsborough County and Pinellas County – and through out the Tampa Bay area, phone: 813-784-0353 (9:30 am – 8:30 pm only please); email (preferred): thedancinggoat83@gmail.com, web: dancinggoatdairy.com, Facebook: @dancinggoatdairy, IG @dancinggoatdairy. The Dancing Goat is a small sustainable urban non-profit family farm first licensed in 2007 by the Florida Dept. of Agriculture (#Z001280) setting the standards in small production raw milk dairies.  They have been raising dairy goats for over 22 years.  This ADGA registered herd receives no vaccines, hormones or antibiotics and is regularly tested for all diseases. They work with vet assist programs, FFA students and serve as a partnership teaching facility for St. Petersburg College Veterinary Technology Program. Antibiotics used only in situations of last resort for lifesaving measures. Products sold are raw goat milk, kefir, yogurt and cheeses (chevre, feta, their version of SnoFrisk, curds, etc). They also distribute fresh cow milk from Hammertime Hollow. Free-range chicken, duck, guinea, turkey, and quail eggs available (some seasonally).  Per Florida law, all raw milk products and fresh unwashed eggs are sold for the intent of pet consumption only.  Please do not ask to discuss the consumption of milk by humans and jeopardize the license. Bulk orders available on all goat products. Only BPA-free dairy approved jugs. The homemade goat milk soap in various scents can be purchased at the farm or market or mail orders through dancinggoatsoaps.com. Find them at Saturday Morning Market in St. Petersburg and at the farm front porch market on Wednesdays 3-8 pm and Sundays 1-4 pm. Questions welcome via email at the address above.
    • JTB Jersey Farms, delivers to Tampa/Hillsborough County (Brandon/Gibsonton/Sun City/Riverview/Ruskin), Manatee County (Parrish/Ellenton) and Polk County (Lakeland)Orlando/Orange County, Pasco County, web: www.jtbjerseyfarms.com, Facebook: jtbjerseyfarms. Raw Jersey cow milk and dairy products. Sold as pet food per Florida law; they have a pet food license. No antibiotics, steroids, or hormones used. Cows are grassfed, milk is $10/gallon. A small amount of A2 milk is available. Products also include butter, cream, cottage cheese, and farmers cheese. Visit their website for prices and availability.
    • South Tampa Farm, Marion Lambert (farmer), 6101 S. 2nd St., Tampa, FL 33611 (few blocks from MacDill AFB, and near St. Petersburg and Clearwater), phone: 813-892-9418, email: scvblue@verizon.net, web: southtampafarm.com, Facebook: southtampafarm. Raw milk from grain-fed Jersey cows and other products such as local and orange blossom honey. Milk: $8/gallon. Honey: $8/pound, $17/quart, $30/half gallon, $55/gallon. Free range eggs: $5/dozen. In business for over 35 years. Other products include: kefir, kombucha, cottage cheese, butter, cheesecake, beet kvass, water kefir. All made with fresh ingredients on the farm.
    • Tiny Forest, Delivers to this area. See full listing under Fort White.
  • Plant City:
    • A Land of Delight Natural Farm, 2514 Leaning Pine Lane Plant City, FL 33565, phone: 813-359-9120, email: info@alandofdelight.com, Facebook: alandofdelight,
 web: alandofdelight.com. A Land of Delight Natural Farm is a family-owned farm dedicated to locally grown, organic, non-GMO, sustainably grown fresh foods. They offer local raw milk dairy from pasture-raised Jersey cows supplemented with small portions of non-GMO grain. They have pasture raised chickens that are supplemented with non-GMO feed, and pasture-raised meats. They also grow herbs, vegetables, and fruits that with heirloom seeds that are pesticide free, as well as raw honey. Farm tours available. They operate off of solar energy and aquaponic systems. They are suppliers of various non-GMO feeds. They also have over 250 moringa trees which are part of the U-Pick. Organic Farmers Market and U-Pick every Saturday from 8 am-5 pm. Free self sustainability class every Saturday at 10:30 am.
    • Ecofarmfl, Jon & Debbie Butts, 4451 Needle Palm Rd. Plant City, FL 33565, phone: 813-754-7374/813-708-3179, email: ecofarmfl@yahoo.com, web: ecofarmfl.org. Water Buffalo-River type, pastured, grassfed, rotational grazing, cow kept with calf and cows are milked once a day, fed watermelons when in milking stall. Fresh milk $9/half gallon. Contact about other dairy products.
  • Seffner: Mullins Farm, email: mullinsfarmfl@aol.com; web: mullinsfarmfl.com. Raw goat milk from certified CAE-herd of LaMancha and Oberhasli dairy goats. Machine milked, filtered, quick chilled, sterile milk jugs. Fresh or frozen available; $8/gallon.

Indian River County:

  • Vero Beach:
    • Full Circle Farm. Serves this area. See full listing under Live Oak. Delivers to Vero Beach every four weeks.
    • Goat Tales, Tanya; phone: 772-696-1177; email: goattales@gmail.com. Raw (unpasteurized) goat milk, cheese, yogurt, and kefir year-round from Nubian goats. Their goats are on unsprayed pasture (no pesticides or chemicals) and unlimited amounts of fresh hay with some grain. No hormones or antibiotics used. Milk and dairy products can be picked up at the farm. Raw dairy is sold for pet consumption only per Florida law.

Jackson County:

  • Bascom: Restoration Ranch Ministry (Men’s Re-entry Ministry), Pastor Lee, phone: 850-583-1278, web: www.restorationranchministry.com, Facebook: therestorationranchministry. Pasture/grass and perennial peanut fed Jersey Cow milk ($7/gallon), and French Alpine goats milk ($10/gallon). Pastured poultry $3.50/lb. Free range eggs $3.50/dozen. They do supplement with non-GMO grains. The farm uses the rotational grazing method and all animals are moved to fresh pasture. Call from 8 am – 3:30 pm, Mon.-Fri. Some deliveries available, farm tours available. Per Florida law, all products sold under a feed license and labeled “not for human consumption”

Lake County:

  • Altoona/DeLand/Eustis areas: On Eagle’s Wings Natural Farm; email: eagleswingsfarm@aol.com. Small family operation: 100 percent grass and hay fed (no grain at all) cow dairy products; also, goat dairy products (grassfed plus a limited amount of organic, soy-free feed). All dairy is sold for animal consumption only per Florida law. Available seasonally: grassfed beef, milk-fed pork (also fed organic, soy-free swine feed).
  • Eustis area:
    • Slow Turtle Farm, email: SlowTurtle@Embarqmail.com; phone: 352-255-8138. Raw goat milk/cheese available for pet consumption only per Florida law. No antibiotics, growth hormones or pesticides. Maintained on pasture, premium dairy goat grain (no added chemicals), timothy/alfalfa hay, and fresh fruits and vegetables.
    • Eustis/Lake County/North Central FL: email pointerspoint@gmail.com. Raw cow milk sold for pets as per Florida law. Grass/hay-fed, limited soy-free grain given at milking. Cows always have free choice hay and graze on grass when available depending on time of year. Pesticide free and no hormones or antibiotics. Ayrshire and American Milking Devon cows.
    • Eustis/Mt. Dora/Sorrento: Linda, phone/text: 352-348-7285; email 1lukygirl@gmail.com. Raw Jersey cow milk available. No pesticides or artificial hormones used. Dairy is sold for pet consumption only per Florida law.
  • Groveland: Doe Lake Dairy Goats (a few miles off Hwy. 50 in rural Lake County, between Orlando and Brooksville just west of Clermont); phone: 352-449-0203; email: info@doelakedairygoats.com web: www.doelakedairygoats.com. They offer fresh and frozen raw whole goat milk (for animal consumption only per Florida law) in plastic half-gallon jugs and, on request, some fresh milk in glass Mason jars. Whole goat milk is an excellent alternative to milk replacers for a variety of animals who do not have access to adequate dam milk as well as a supplement for adult animals to help provide a balanced diet. Also offering goat milk soaps and lotions. All of their products are free of added hormone and antibiotics, and come from a healthy, registered herd of Nubian dairy goats. Their primary diet is hay, forage, pasture grasses, and browse. Grain is only fed to milkers while they are milked and growing babies.
  • Leesburg:
    • Jenny Gomes, phone: 352-315-9051; email: puppynanny1966@aol.com. Raw cow milk for pet consumption only per Florida law. Brown and white naturally fed chicken eggs.
    • Jenkins Family Farm, 10938 Moon Crest Lane Leesburg, FL 34788, phone: 352-430-6203, email: jkhcb5@aol.com, web: jenkinsfamilyfarm.com. They are a small family run farm with a small herd of Jersey girls. The cows are on pasture and hay with a little grain at milking time. They sell milk, butter, cheese, and cream. (All as pet food, per Florida law) No antibiotics or hormones.
  • email: penlo102@aol.com; phone: 407-443-1449. Small family acreage with all grassfed raw Jersey milk for pet consumption only per Florida law. No chemicals, pesticides, grain, or antibiotics used.

Lee County:

  • Fort Myers: Raw dairy (cow) milk products are delivered directly to Fort Myers by a North Florida farmer. There are two pick up locations available: East Fort Myers – please contact Vicki Blank at dvblank2010@gmail.com. South Fort Myers – please contact Shary Conley at sharisgarden@live.com or 239-246-5879.

Leon County:

  • Tallahassee:
    • Full Circle Farm: Serves this area. See full listing under Live Oak.
    • New Leaf Market: phone: 850-942-2557, web: newleafmarket.coop. Raw milk is available Wednesday mornings.
    • Tallahassee/Crawfordville/Monticello Areas: Trisha: phone: 850-997-5079; email: sanddance@gmail.com. Raw goat milk sold for pet consumption only per Florida law, provided either fresh or frozen in new, dairy approved gallon or half-gallon containers, and available year-round. French Alpine dairy goats are TB/Bruc. certified/accredited, on the Complete Monitored Scrapie Program, and no growth hormones or antibiotics are used. Colostrum and cultured milk products are also available by request. Free-range eggs from pastured hens.
    • Stalwart Heritage Stock: Serves this area. See full listing under Live Oak.

Levy County:

  • Chiefland:
    • A Thousand Hills Farm, Scott and Gabriela Geist, 6450 NW County Road 345, Chiefland, FL 32626; phone: 352-493-1098; email: scottygabi@yahoo.com. Located between Ocala and Gainesville. This small farm operated by a homeschooling family of seven is certified by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to sell high butterfat raw milk for animal consumption only. Visits are welcomed. They sell raw Jersey milk in sterilized half-gallon glass jars. Cows graze in summer, receive hay in winter, and get minimal natural additive-free dairy feed. No chemicals used on the farm. Big discount available for co-ops.
    • Carriage House Farm, phone: Ray 352-221-1434 or Pam 352-221-2848, Email: carrhouse2@yahoo.com. They have raw goat milk available from healthy Alpine and La Mancha dairy does. All tested CAE, CL, Johne’s, Brucellosis and tuberculosis free. Frozen colostrum sometimes available. They are located in north central Florida – between Gainesville/Ocala and Cedar Key. Special pricing for pet and wildlife rescue groups. Farm visits welcome – Please call for appointment.  Raw milk is sold for pet consumption only as per Florida law.
  • WillistonStalwart Heritage Stock: Serves this area. See full listing under Live Oak.

Madison County:

  • Serenity Acres Farm (15 minutes north of Madison, in Madison County). Phone: 877-601-7373, email: info@serenitygoats.com, web: www.serenitygoats.com. Facebook: serenitygoats. Fresh and frozen raw goat milk and chevre cheese available from healthy Saanen and Nubian goats. Other products include goat milk yogurt and liquid goat whey, as well as all natural goat milk body creme. Serenity Acres is registered in Florida to sell raw goat products for pet consumption only per Florida law. No hormones or antibiotics used. Their primary diet is peanut and coastal hay, pasture and grain as well as free choice Golden Blend Minerals. Also carry handmade vegetarian (no lard) goat milk soap and brown eggs from pastured chickens (for pet consumption only per Florida law). Call or email for availability and pricing.

Manatee County:

  • Bradenton:
    • Full Circle Farm: Serves this area. See full listing under Live Oak. Delivers to Interstate 75 and Hwy 70 every four weeks.
    • Wilderness Family Co-op:email: vee@wildernessfamilycoop.com, web: wildernessfamilycoop.com. Buying club serving Manatee County with pickup locations in Parrish and NW Bradenton. Bi-weekly orders of organic produce baskets, 100 percent grassfed dairy (cow and goat) and local eggs. Monthly/quarterly orders of local honey, wild salmon, organic tilapia, local bread and other items. Three times a year they order grassfed meats from Tennessee. Pickups are every other Friday. Please contact Vee for more information or to become a member.
  • Myakka CityJersey Acres Farm, Jim Saturley, 13339 M&J Road Myakka City, FL 34251, phone: 941-322-2162. Family managed raw milk dairy selling raw milk from predominantly pasture-fed Jersey cows supplemented with small portions of grain, for pet consumption only per Florida law. Weekly delivery in the Tampa, St. Petersburg, and Sarasota areas.
  • Parrish:
    • Serenity Oaks Homestead, LLC, Sara and Barry Evancho,
      phone: 425-329-5065, email: Serenityoakshomestead@yahoo.com,
      web: SerenityOaksHomestead.com, Facebook: Facebook.com/serenityoakshomestead. Serving primarily Manatee and Sarasota counties. Nigerian Dwarf goats, Lamanchas and Alpines. Pasture raised and alfalfa fed. Fed grain. Raw milk available year round as well as raw cheeses, chicken eggs and duck eggs. Farm tours offered every Sunday from October through end of May by appointment. Feed master licensed and Fresh From Florida participants.
    • Wilderness Family Co-op:  serves this area; see listing under Bradenton.

Marion County:

  • Ocala:
    • Full Circle Farm: Serves this area. See full listing under Live Oak. Delivers every two weeks to Exit 341 (Bellview) at the Pilot gas station.
    • A New Earth Farm: 3423 E. Silver Springs Blvd. Ocala, FL, phone: 352-282-2400, email: gaiasgarden@live.com. All cow milk is 100 percent grassfed, no hormones or antibiotics; full fat, never skimmed. They have raw goat milk, also. Goats are forage fed and supplemented with non-GMO barley and oat sprouts. Free range eggs are corn and soy free. They are a retailer of non-GMO animal feeds.
    • Natural Springs Dairy, Serves this area. See full listing under Elkton. Find them at the Ocala farmers market on Saturdays, 8:30-1:00.

Martin County:

  • Circle Bar C Dairy Goats (rural Martin County, serving Fort Pierce and St. Lucie / Indian River County, Jensen Beach and Stuart / Martin County, and northern Palm Beach County), phone: 772-597-1218; email: circlebarcdairy@mindspring.com. Whole raw goat milk available year-round in glass jars. Chevre, aged artisan cheeses and whey are also available along with decoratively molded goat-milk soap. Their products are free of added hormones and antibiotics, and come from a large, healthy, registered herd of Nubian, Saanen and Lamancha dairy goats that are routinely tested for parasites and other diseases. Their primary diet is pasture grasses and browse (on a 28-acre ranch; no chemicals used) supplemented daily with a custom mix grain and perennial peanut hay. Milking is done in a climate-controlled milking parlor. Per Florida law, raw dairy products are sold only for pet consumption under their Master Feed Permit. Find them on Facebook for the current farmers markets they attend.

Nassau County:

  • Fernandina Beach/Flagler Beach: Natural Springs Dairy, See full listing under Elkton. Raw milk, raw milk cheeses, and beef from grassfed animals. Find them at the Fernandina Beach farmers market on Saturdays, 8:30 am -12:30 pm, and at the Flagler Beach farmers market on Fridays, 7:30 am -1:00 pm.

Orange County:

  • Christmas: Heart of Christmas Farms, 21310 Fort Christmas Road, Christmas, FL 32709 (on the east side of Orlando, FL); phone: 407-512-2004; web: hocfarms.com. Local producer of raw goat milk (for pet use only), goat milk cheese (pet/ag use), free-range eggs, and raw honey. They also sell hydroponically grown produce (their main product), goat milk soap, green bags, and USDA Organic dog food and beef jerky. They also have raw cow milk, cheeses and yogurt in addition to the goat milk.
  • Orlando:
    • Keely Farms Dairy LLC, Serves this area. See full listing under New Smyrna Beach.
    • “Moo to You” Co-op, Diana Coughlin, phone: 407-739-3446, email: dianacoughlin6@gmail.com, web: www.mootoyou.org. Products offered: 100 percent grassfed and organic raw milk and dairy (cheese, butter, cream etc.), beef, chicken, eggs, fermented foods, etc
    • Tiny Forest, Delivers to this area. See full listing under Fort White.
    • Wild Hare Kitchen and Garden Emporium serves this area; see their listing under Longwood.
    • Wild Tasty Food, 2925 E. South St. Orlando, FL 32803, phone: 407-286-0366. Sells products from Natural Springs Dairy and other locally sourced items direct from growers. Hours are Mon.-Fri. 10 am-7 pm and Sat.-Sun. 10 am-4 pm.
  • Winter Garden: The Farmacy, 18 E Joiner St. Winter Garden, FL 34787, phone: 407-921-3912, email: farmacyorlando@gmail.com, web: www.farmacynow.com, Facebook: thefarmacy. The Farmacy sells raw cow milk and raw goat milk at their downtown Winter Garden storefront at 18 E. Joiner St. – open 9 am-6 pm Tues.-Fri., 9 am-4 pm Sat. The cow milk comes from a farmer in Archer, FL, that has six Jersey cows that are pastured and fed 100 percent grass and hay. The cows graze on 50 acres of grass and are milked with a closed system which is strained through a filter and quickly chilled and bottled. Milk is sold by the half gallon for $7, gallon $12. Milk that is brought to market is generally 1-2 days post milking.

Palm Beach County:

  • Pastured Farm Food Club for Miller’s Organic Farm: (Boca Raton/Boynton Beach/West Palm Beach/Stuart/Jupiter and surrounding areas), Contact Anke: phone 561-512-7695, email: www.pasturedfarmfoodclub.com/contact, web: www.pasturedfarmfoodclub.com. A private membership club. 100 percent grassfed. They have A2/A2 raw milk. Real nutrient-dense foods directly from the Amish farmer. All products are produced according to the Weston A. Price traditions, employing practices that are pure and traceable, sustainable, humane and environmentally conscious and completely free of soy, hormones, GMOs and antibiotics. Their extensive list of products include the following: 100 percent grass­fed Red Devon and Angus beef, goat, lamb, rabbit, buffalo and whey-fed pork. Certified raw A2/A2 milk, raw cheese (soft and hard cheese), raw butter, raw cream, raw yogurt, raw kefir. Raw goat, sheep, camel and buffalo milk. Pastured chicken, turkey, goose and duck. Pastured and fertile chicken, duck and goose eggs. Nutrient-­dense bone broth from beef, veal, buffalo, lamb, goat, chicken, turkey, duck, goose and fish. Wild salmon and haddock from Alaska and Iceland. Crispy nuts; soaked/sprouted/sourdough breads, soaked and sprouted granola and bars; home made nut butters, potato chips, gluten free cookies and pies. Fermented kimchi, sauerkraut; beet kvass, kombucha, pickles, ginger ale, ketchup, grape cooler, homemade super tonic, beets, carrots/onions and mayonnaise; raw honey and maple syrup; raw cow and buffalo ice cream; Green Pasture Blue Ice cod liver and butter oils; homemade goat milk soaps, locally grown organic sprouts and wheatgrass and much more. Over 600 products to choose from. They also offer insulated/ice-packed FedEx/UPS shipping. To view their entire list of products, ingredients, prices and pickup locations, visit their website www.pasturedfarmfoodclub.com. For private members only. They guarantee customer service and product quality.
  • Boca Raton/Miami/Palm Beach: Farm-fresh Organic Food Club, Jessica Reiman, phone: 877-832-8289, email: myorganicfoodclub@gmail.com, web: MyOrganicFoodClub.com. Club members have access to raw milk, cheese, cream, and butter, kefir, yogurt (all from pastured goats or cows), pastured chicken, pastured organic eggs, grassfed meats, organic breads, local seafood and fresh organic produce, etc. Raw dairy products sold for pet consumption only per Florida law. Available every week or every other week. Now delivering in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties. Located in Boca Raton with multiple locations throughout South Florida.
  • Boynton Beach: Heritage Hen Farm, Marty and Svetlana Simon, Boynton Beach, FL, phone: 561-767-9000; web: heritagehen.com, Facebook: HeritageHen. An American Livestock Conservancy farm, certified Animal Welfare Approved and members of Slow Food USA and American Pastured Poultry Producers. Established in 2007, they milk a closed herd of Devons and Jerseys which roam 100 percent of the time on pasture, no bagged feed/grain corn or soy. They offer full-fat cream-top raw milk and make small batches of raw dairy provisions custom to order; cream, butter, buttermilk, kefir, yoghurt, quark, crème fraîche, fromage blanc, ricotta, feta, and whey. They also offer seasonal soy-free, corn-free, organic heritage pastured eggs (seasonal) and organic pastured heritage stewing hens and broilers Jan-May. They sell their provisions by MilkMan delivery to your porch by 7 am, please visit the MilkMan tab on their website. Visit their Facebook page for information on farm tours, events, and classes.
  • Jupiter: Jupiter Creamery, Suzie Dudas. phone: 561-260-1609, email: jupitercreamery@gmail.com, Facebook: JupiterCreamery – follow for information on events, farmers market appearances, and special products such as cheese and soap. Mixed herd of Jersey, Ayrshire, Guernsey, and Norwegian Red cows. No hormones, steroids, or antibiotics. 100 percent grassfed. Non-GMO alfalfa and sunflower seed offered on milking stand. Raw milk $8/half gallon, $15/one gallon. Butter $12/6oz. Cream $15/pint. Free range eggs $6/dozen. Products are for pet consumption only per Florida law. Farm pick up by appointment only. Jupiter Creamery believes in an open farm policy, tours to see cows and milking practices are always available upon request.
  • Loxahatchee:
    • Cream Catcher’s Farm & Dairy, Linda Conte, 2550 B Road Loxahatchee, FL 33471, phone: 954 410-8688, email: SingCanary@aol.com,  web: www.creamcatchersfarm.com. Dairy cows: Jersey cows and Brown Swiss. all cows are fed orchard-alfalfa hay and are on pasture grasses. They get fresh water from a water line hookup and top minerals for body health. Thorine, conditioner, multi-minerals are free choice for all cows. All cows are tested regularly; each cow having their own files listing their testing for diseases (BVD, Johnes, Bucellus). They also test each cow for BLV and do an udder panel for mastitis. They test cows’ udders for butter fat content of their milk and for SCC (udder health). They also test cow milk for any pathogens. They are licensed and registered with the state AG in Tallahassee to sell raw cow milk for pet use consumption only.
    • Top Flight Farms Inc, Laurelle Balog, Deer Run, Loxahatchee, FL 33470, phone: 561-790-7870, email: TopFlightFarms@aol.com, web: TopFlightFarms.Net, Facebook: Top-Flight-Farms-Inc/304903076198255. All goats are CAE tested negative, ADGA registered Oberhasli goats that are allowed free browsing range on five acres. No pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, antibiotics, or hormones used. When in milk, they are fed whole grains that include black oil sunflower seed, local Bermuda grass, orchard grass, alfalfa, and perennial peanut hay. The milking station is sanitized before and after milking and milk is immediately chill cooled to 40 degrees and then immediately refrigerated or frozen. Raw, fresh or frozen goat milk for sale for pet consumption only as per Florida law. Do not ask about human consumption. You may bring your own container, or for a small deposit, make use of their sterilized Mason jars. They also offer several types of soaps made from their goat milk and local honey, and free-range chicken eggs. Local delivery is available for a small fee. Small tours and farm visits are by appointment only. Call or email for available days and times for visiting.
  • Palm Beach Gardens: Full Circle Farm. Serves this area. See full listing under Live Oak. Delivers to Palm Beach Gardens every four weeks.
  • West Palm Beach:
    • Goodness Gracious Acres/Delilah’s Dairy (in Loxahatchee); phone: 561-422-9906; email (preferred): ranchgal15@mac.com; web: delilahsdairy.blogspot.com, Facebook: delilahsdairy. Raw goat milk for sale year round by appointment, from ADGA Registered Purebred Nubians and Lamanchas (high butterfat). Herd is CAE and TB/Bruc/Johnes negative; tested annually. No antibiotics or added hormones. Raw dairy is sold for animal consumption only per Florida law. Frozen in plastic containers or fresh in quart or half gallon glass jars. Goat milk soap, Kefir, colustrum, cheese, honey, chicken/duck eggs, also available.

Pasco County:

  • Dade City/Brooksville:
    • Full Circle Farm: Serves this area. See full listing under Live Oak. Delivers to the Blanton area every two weeks.
    • The Shepherd’s Meadow Farm, phone/text: 813-843-6292, email: shepherdmf@gmail.com. Offering raw cow milk and butter, pastured chicken eggs, and grassfed chevon (goat meat) and beef, for animal feed supplementation only, as per Florida law. They also sell broiler chicken and organic apple cider vinegar with the mother vinegar, both for human consumption. Animals graze 24/7 on pastures which are never chemically treated. We feed (and sell) Alfahay (a bagged, non-GMO, fermented alfalfa product), sunflower seed pellets, Peanut/Tifton/Coastal hay, lespedeza (a plant known for its worming capabilities), herbal wormers, kelp and minerals. Dairy cows are also fed a small portion of non-GMO grain. Chemical wormers or antibiotics are only given in dire circumstances, with the milk/meat withdraw time being doubled what is recommended by the USDA. You are most welcome to visit the farm.
    • Irish Acres, serves this area. See full listing under Brooksville (Hernando County).
  • Land O’ Lakes:
    • Bouchard Family Farms, LLC, Joe & Wanda Bouchard, 8324 Ten Cent Rd. Land O’Lakes, FL 34639, 10 miles north of Tampa. web:  Bouchardfamilyfarms.com, Facebook: BouchardFamilyFarms. They have a small herd of Brown Swiss show cows that are shown through local FFA and 4-H chapters. The cows are pasture grazed and get a special blend of dairy grain when they are milking. They have 24-hour access to horse quality hay and an abundance of fresh water. The farm is open seven days a week with the honor system in place. Fresh milk is available for $8/gallon. Their 50 Black Austrolorp and 10 Americana chickens provide brown and green eggs that sell for $4/dozen. The farm is open for guests and visitors on request. Directions and more information available from their Facebook page. By Florida Law all products are for pet consumption only.
    • Lutz and North Tampa: Big N Farm, Dan and Rene Brinson; phone: 813-299-4971; email: bignfarm@att.net. Fresh or frozen raw goat milk from ADGA registered show goats available by the gallon only. Raw dairy is sold for pet consumption only per Florida law. Goats are fed hay and grain. No growth hormones or antibiotics used.

Pinellas County:

  • Clearwater/St. Petersburg:
    • Dancing Goat Dairy Serves this area. See full listing under Tampa (Hillsborough County).
    • Full Circle Farm: Serves this area. See full listing under Live Oak. Delivers near Sunset Pt. and US 19 every two weeks.
    • Local food club, Chris Nestor, email: chrisnestor@juno.com. Raw Jersey cow milk, cream, butter, and drinkable yogurt for pet consumption only per Florida law. Locally produced, organic produce, farm eggs, and Amish cheeses also available. A grass-based Florida farm serves the club. The dairy is a Jersey herd where the cows are mostly pastured but get a commercial feed mix, during milking only, that is non-GMO and tested to be pesticide residue-free. The Jersey cows have free and unlimited access to kelp supplement to ensure that they get all the minerals they need. The milk has an exceptional cream line and long-lasting shelf life due to state-of-the-art milking technology in a clean milking parlor complete with de-stress mats and cow massage equipment. No antibiotics, steroids, or hormones used. Contact Chris for pickup information (no delivery).
    • New Leaf Foodclub: email: newleaffoodclub@gmail.com. (also serving Ozona, Crystal Beach, Tarpon Springs, Holiday, New Port Richey, Clearwater, Countryside and East Lake areas). Raw cow and goat milk products. See full listing under Palm Harbor.
    • Palm Harbor:
      • Dancing Goat Dairy Serves this area. See full listing under Tampa.
      • New Leaf Foodclub (also serving Ozona, Crystal Beach, Tarpon Springs, Holiday, New Port Richey, Clearwater, Countryside and East Lake areas), email: newleaffoodclub@gmail.com. Raw cow milk from grassfed Jersey herd (fed minimal amounts of grain) and raw goat milk products including milk, kefir, cheese, soap, etc.  Please e-mail for prices and other details. Pick up is Thursday, with some flexibility. All products for pet consumption only, per Florida state law.
  • Irish Acres, serves this area. See full listing under Brooksville (Hernando County).
  • St. Petersburg:
    • Full Circle Farm: Serves this area. See full listing under Live Oak. Delivers to 30 Ave N. every two weeks.
    • Jersey Acres Farm: Weekly deliveries available. See full listing under Myakka City.
    • Real Food Recovery Buying Club: email: realfoodrecovery@gmail.com, website: www.1000ecofarms.com/go/rfr. Real Food Recovery is a private buying club (products are for members only) offering local raw cow and goat milk and milk products; GMO-free chicken eggs; grassfed beef, lamb, and chicken as available. Seasonal vegetables from local farms when growing conditions are suitable. Other WAPF-inspired products are sometimes listed such as organic oils, seasonings, mineral salts, collagen. Please provide your full name and reason for wanting to join in your inquiry.

Polk County:

  • Lakeland: A Land of Delight Natural Farm, Serves this area. See full listing under Plant City.

St. John’s County:

  • Elkton: Natural Springs Dairy, Martin Woods; email: mwt@goneorganicdairy.com, web: goneorganicdairy.com. Available in farmers markets and other locations from Jacksonville to Orlando to Ocala. Raw milk, raw milk cheeses, and beef from grassfed animals, produced without commercial fertilizers, chemicals, or antibiotics.
  • St. Augustine/St. Augustine Beach:
    • Natural Springs Dairy, See full listing under Elkton. They are at the St. Augustine Lincolnville farmers market on Sunday mornings, 11 am-3 pm, and the St. Augustine Beach farmers market on Wednesday mornings, 7:30 am-12:30 pm.
    • Terk’s Acres, Sharon TerKeurst, 3000 Joe Ashton Rd., St. Augustine, FL 32092; phone: 904-824-4871; Facebook: TerksAcresDairyGoats/. Raw goat milk, goat milk yogurt, fresh chevre, whey, variety of farmstead cheeses, goat milk cheesecakes made to order. Fla. Dept of Agriculture Lic. #1439.

Sarasota County:

  • Sarasota:
    • Jersey Acres Farm: Weekly deliveries available in Sarasota area. See Jersey Acres Farm listing under Myakka City.
    • Yolkers Wilde Hatchery and Dairy Goats, 2453 Myakka Rd, Sarasota, FL 34240, phone: 941-322-1014 (leave message), email: greenhound@mailmt.com, Facebook: Yolkers-Wilde-Hatchery-and-Dairy-Goats/339962296052686. Yolkers Wilde has raised dairy goats for 25 years. Nubians, Saanens, and Alpines are kept. ADGA Nubian bucks are used over all the breeds unless they are being bred to show. The does, bucks, and doelings are kept on pasture but also fed local grass hay and Canadian alfalfa hay (non-GMO), and a custom mix of commercial grains with boss on the milk stand. They are offered human grade beer grains from a local microbrewery daily along with natural vitamins and minerals free choice. No hormones or antibiotics are used to enhance milk production. Any goat being treated medically is pulled from the milk line. A vacuum bucket milker is used to prevent contamination of the milk after the does are washed and dried every milking. Milk: $4/quart, $7/half-gallon, $13/gallon. Milk is sold in food-grade plastic jugs but kept in glass or stainless steel totes. Will sell in glass if customer provides containers. Other products include plain yogurt (pints or quarts), whey (half-gallon or gallon), cajeta (caramel sauce), and goat milk fudge. Cheeses include ricotta, feta in brine whey or crumbled, $7/half-cup container; and Chevre (soft spreadable cheese) in half-cup containers and multiple flavors (plain, garlic/chive, basil, Tuscan, date/honey/walnut, cranberry cinnamon, spiced mango, vanilla cherry, lavender). Kefir on request. All products are raw and sold in Florida for pet consumption only. License number Z001895. Products during the year can change so call for availability. Yolkers Wilde also sells at Old Miakka Farmers Market and Palma Sola Farmers Market (find both on Facebook for directions).
    • Serenity Oaks Homestead, LLC, serves this area. See full listing under Parrish (Manatee County).

Seminole County:

  • Longwood: Wild Hare Kitchen and Garden Emporium, 335 North Ronald Reagan Blvd., Longwood, FL 32750, phone: 407-765-0188, Facebook: WildHareKitchen. Natural foods grocery store selling local food including products made without hormones, antibiotics, or pesticides. Currently selling raw cow and goat dairy products (milk, yogurt, kefir, cheese), grassfed cheese and butter; pastured soy-free chicken and duck eggs; grassfed beef, pork, and chicken; naturally raised rabbit and quail; fermented foods; and organic and locally grown fruits and vegetables. Raw dairy products come from the following farms (see their listings on this page for more info): Linda (Eustis), On Eagle’s Wings Natural (Altoona), Slow Turtle Farm (Lake County).

Sumter County:

  • Center Hill: The Good Earth Dairy, Cidney Kent, phone: 352-460-2088, email: cidkent@gmail.com, web: www.thegoodearthdairy.com, Facebook: thegoodearthdairy. Jersey cows grassfed with locally milled feed at milking time. Check website for pricing. Special orders for yogurt, kefir. Door to door delivery. Call, text, or go to the website to make your order.
  • Webster: True 2 Nature, Mario Luisis, 8836 SR471 Webster, FL 33597, phone: 786-344-2204. Raw milk, cheese, eggs and pasture raised chickens.

Suwannee County:

  • Live Oak:
    • Full Circle Farm; phone: 386-776-2770; email: fullcirclerealfoods@gmail.com, web: fullcirclerealfoods.com. A family owned-and-operated farm producing nutrient-dense foods the old-fashioned way with a modern twist. Our foods have no chemicals of any kind including no hormones or anti-life (biotics). They offer non-GMO eggs/chicken, 100 percent grassfed beef, forest-fed pork (Joel Salatin-style), raw dairy products (milk, yogurt, kefir, cottage cheese, etc.). Delivery to Jacksonville, Gainesville, High Springs, Ocala, Tampa, Brandon, Bradenton, Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Tallahassee, Orlando, Vero Beach and Palm Beach Gardens. Their goods also make it to East coast and Orlando every other week. Visit website for a full product list and to find a delivery location near you.  They also offer educational seminars at the farm or at your location and farm consulting to help you get started farming. Email the address above to set an appointment to give you a farm tour.
    • Stalwart Heritage Stock: located near the The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park, (serves Central and North Florida and South Georgia), phone: 561-262-4297 or 561-400-1566, email: information@stalwartheritagestock.us, web: stalwartheritagestock.us Facebook: stalwartstock. Raw, beyond organic standards, nutrient dense, 100 percent grassfed, A2 goat and cow dairy products, pasture raised and soy free chicken and pork, 100% grassfed beef, pasture raised chicken and duck eggs and goat milk soap. See their website (stalwartheritagestock.us/shop) for list of available dairy products, pork, chicken, beef, eggs and soaps. Stalwart Heritage Stock practices beyond organic standards methods, soil remineralization, sustainable farming practices and a ranching style of animal husbandry within a free range polyherd of heritage animals. All ruminant animals receive a 100 percent grass/forage fed diet. Contact to discuss deliveries, schedule a pickup at the farm or visit Saturdays at the Alachua County 441 Farmers’ Market in Gainesville, FL from 8:30 until noon. Available seven days a week.

Union County:

  • Lake ButlerStalwart Heritage Stock: Serves this area. See full listing under Live Oak.

Volusia County:

  • Barberville: Bit of Honey Farm LLC, Pam, phone: 386-235-5337. A very small micro dairy with four Jersey cows. Their farm provides raw Jersey cow milk that is quick chilled for lasting freshness. Visitors are welcome to the farm and pictures and raw milk information can be found on their Facebook farm page at Bit of Honey Farm. Milk is $12/gallon or $7/half and can be purchased at the farm. Common Ground Farm on Taylor Road in Deland also carries their milk. Some deliveries available. Milk is sold for pet consumption only per Florida law. Call Pam for more information.
  • New Smyrna BeachKeely Farms Dairy LLC, Keely Exum, 2431 S. Glencoe Road, phone: 386-690-5199, email: keely2682@aol.com, web: keelyfarmsdairy.com. Serves all of Orlando area- Orange, Seminole, Volusia, and Brevard counties. Jersey cows, grassfed. No GMO feed. Raw milk, yogurt, kefir. Also milk fed pork.

81 thoughts on “Florida

  1. hi left Maryland two years ago was getting raw milk there from the Amish in PA. Trying to find raw milk in the Jacksonville area. Can you help thanks.

  2. Mosier Farms has not been selling raw milk for the last several years, don’t know why they are still listed. Shame, they really had good milk.

  3. Looking for raw cows millk or goat milk in the SWFl area. I live in Cape Coral and I don’t mind driving. TIA!

  4. Thank you very much. Eventually I will end up near Orlando. My mom visits every year and I want to be close to see her. 😀

  5. Hi Me again Grace. I am really interested in trying to find Joash’s milk I had to temporarily move back to Ft Myers, does anyone know where I can buy Joash’s dairy products within a 70 mile radius? Please help. I really want to have an option from “Jersey Girls” milk, which seems to be the ONLY milk around here. Thank you for any help. gracejg at gmail dot com Please pretty please I am willing to drive to Brandenton, or Tampa, but my spine is in a lot of pain when I drive for too long, so if anyone knows of a source a little bit closer like Sarasota, I would so truly appreciate. Every place I know of, only sells Jersey Girls milk.

  6. Jaimie thank you. I have found a few since then but I still have to drive over 50 miles each way to get it. It is not the same quality as I am used to. I used to be able to leave mine on the counter top for 2 days and I had delicious buttermilk, but this one is funky so I can only guess they feed the cows grain at milking time. That is the only reason milk does not turn out good after leaving it on the counter. The grains do something unnatural to the milk. I am now looking for a dairy farmer who never feeds their cows or goats any grain, not even at milking time, I do like buttermilk and I do not want to add anything to it to be delicious as I know it can be. Cows are herbivores Not grainavores, LOL

  7. Heartland Granery [redacted]

    Never been there, but now that I read an article about raw milk, I’m going to stop and check for availability. It’s only about 7 miles from me.

    • Thanks for visiting and commenting on the site. We try to only list information from suppliers that have contacted us directly, as sometimes they wish not to be contacted for a variety of reasons. If you think they should be included in our listings, encourage them to contact us. Thanks!

  8. Florida law requires it be sold as pet food. Whatever milk you get should be high quality, and if it’s not, I would find a different source, but farmers are not allowed to sell it for human consumption per Florida law. We get ours from Full Circle Farm and it is really amazing, but they still have to sell it as pet food.

  9. Looking for a source for raw Jersey milk in Pensacola/Destin area. If anyone has suggestions, I’d appreciate it. Grandson has digestive issues and raw milk seems to be the answer.

  10. Dear Jean Thank you for your kindness. I got busy with my own raw milk group on FB and didn’t check this page for a long time. Yes, I have relocated to FL but not where I wanted to live. I am planning to move closer to Orlando soon. More access to more farmers. Can’t wait. How have you been darling?

  11. Can someone please come and have a farm stand at the farmers market on Dearborn St in Englewood. There is no one for us in Charlotte County. Or at least in North Port. People have plenty of places to buy milk in Sarasota, over 4 or 5 but not One in this area. People stop complaining about the prices. The farmers need to live and pay their bills too. Farming is not cheap. Keeping animals is not cheap. You can always buy the cheap sewer water milk from grocery stores/franken farms and pay less. I’d rather pay the farmer than the doctors.

  12. Nothing in Estero, you can drive a few miles south to Naples and go to Food and Thought, they sell raw milk, goat and cow 🙂

  13. When you buy REAL RAW milk, you leave it on the counter until it curdles. I grew up on it, that is all you do, when it curdles, you shake it up and you have butter milk, with real healing whey. Drink it as a side with some delicious potatoes and a sunny side up eggs straight from backyard chickens which eat bugs and kitchen scraps, not Genetically Modified grains 🙂

  14. I know I am too. I have been posting videos and articles about the wonderful benefits of raw milk, telling people the TRUTH about the government lies and trying to gather some consumers and farmers to fight this stupidity. I love the documentary Weston A Price shared a while ago with the scientific FACTS about raw milk, and shared it everywhere. I also share the Weston A Price website and info for farmers and consumers to support the cause and to be protected by them. I am grateful for the work they do. We need to TOOT and spread the word everywhere!

  15. Because of the laws about raw milk in FL I believe even people who ship raw milk are not allowed to ship to FL. I have tried. That is what i was told by many stores. It would have been nice to have it shipped to my door, instead of traveling for hours each way to get it. There is no one even within 20 miles of Charlotte County. No one listed here or anywhere else. My closest options are Sarasota, 60 miles away, or Naples, 80 miles away. I used to be able to get it in Ft Myers, but they told me they stopped carrying it, that was still 52 miles from where I live. (36 miles to Ft Myers and another 16 within town to get to the sales point) Not fun when you have spinal damage.

  16. Hi Everyone It’s Grace again. I am trying to build my community where we can share raw milk info in FL. Farmers and Consumers alike are welcome to join. Just copy and paste the title into facebook search. I have been sharing articles and posts there and a few people, but it would be nice if our community grew just for us here in FL.

    Raw Milk Consumers and Dairy Farmers Community in SWFL
    This way we don’t have violate the community guideline here on the Weston A Price site <3 Come and join me 🙂

    I also have a page for those of us who want to learn about keeping chickens, goats and other farm animals, it's called We Love Farm Animals
    See you there <3

  17. I DO, I DO Pammy <3 I love love the goat milk, although I only had it 2 times in 4 years because tampa is 200 miles away from me. :/

  18. Ok so I live in Homestead, Fl and I already tried contacting Flair’s Fayre but she told me that she does not sell the raw milk and has beeheavenfarm sell it in there establishment. I am trying to buy from their website but it looks like the season is over because it won’t allow me too look at the products their selling. In the description it says that she also sells from local farms in the area, can I have the number and address of those farms because I can’t find anything. I am contacting Newhaven farm at the moment but I still have no answer back. Thanks

  19. The law in Florida is all raw milk is NOT for human consumption but I doubt anyone is actually buying milk for $8-$16 a gallon for their pets. It is just how it is in Florida…better than no raw milk. Though, I must admit that the dog does love it and the kefir grains love it also.

  20. Fort Pierce, Stuart, Jupiter Island and Vero Beach residents can get raw goats milk on Sundays at the farmers’ market in Stuart in the park at the foot of Flagler Ave (downtown by the bridge, across the street from Mulligan’s by the Stuart City Hall). Circle Bar C ranch also carries raw cheeses and other raw, fresh products. It’s about 40 minutes from Palm Beach Gardens.

  21. Hi Grace, I live in Sebring Florida. I can buy organic, pastured cows milk at a health food store about ten miles from me. My husband is in poor health and we will be selling our home and moving back to Michigan. We live in Highlands County. Check out Aldayfarm.com that is where our milk comes from. Hope you find what you are looking for. Good luck. If you are interested in a house let me know.

  22. Very well said! I commend you on defending the nice people! I am close to N Ft Myers and will be going to the Natural Foods Mkt on Summerlin tomorrow for my raw cows milk (to feed my pets). Thank you so much for all of this information from everyone.

    • FYI I believe that nasty comment is a cut and paste black hat SEO effort just to get some Google juice to their site. I doubt they even read any of the comments on the thread. But it was really sweet of you to defend the posters!

      As for me, I eat Paleo and am considering eating primal instead (by adding raw, quality dairy) so I’m here looking for some local sources. So glad I found this page! I’m in Miami and new to the raw milk scene.

      • I just started Keto. This is my second week, however I am modifying it. I will not give up buckwheat because it provides B15 and B17, I will also not give up raw milk, or monk fruit because they have cancer fighting properties. Raw milk repairs brains cells, replenishes the gray matter, the amino acids in raw dairy stops the neurons from over firing so it helps children and people with seizures, the enzymes also help heal your gut, the minerals and enzymes heal your hair skin and nails, I am sorry, people who create these diets have some knowledge, but they ignore the nutritional and healing benefits of so many things. I decided whatever they say not to eat, I will still have very small amounts for the healing and nutritional benefits. I can give up potatoes, the white ones, but I need the purple ones for the nutrients unavailable in any supplement, I will have a table spoon of buckwheat with my dinner, I know too much and study this stuff out of passion to just blindly listen to someone and ignore all the things I have learned. I hope this sounds help-ful and not pompous. Thank you.

  23. Don’t be put off by the price of milk in Florida. It is well worth it. As I understand – and I am a consumer – there price of property taxes and property insurance (think hurricane surcharges) are through the roof. Add in that most all feed is trucked in from out of state, hay isn’t inexpensive plus a farmer has a right to make a fair living and not live in poverty! I know we are all amazed at the cost of things – dentists, plumbers, carpenters, IT repairs – but don’t complain until it comes down to the farmer!

  24. Hi I live in Palm Beach County and would love to come visit . My boyfriend lives in Loxahatchee!


  25. It is considerably more expensive for good reason. And remember that conventional milk is artificially cheap via grain subsidies and other perverse “incentives.” (Although the cheapness is somewhat illusory since all our “cheap” food is sickening us, and we pay the price in higher health care costs, lost productivity, lost vitality, etc.)

    • Thank you webmaster for that explanation. Raw milk is expensive. and the price will continue to rise. Selling now $16/gallon. and not getting rich off it by any means. Squeaking by here… When a bale of alfalfa hay is $40 and a bag of grain is $20 ($40 if organic) there is no way to be able to continue feeding them what they need. when feed prices increase so must the milk. The land in S. Florida is ridiculously high. The urban areas encroaching are also adding more issues to being able to stay here, Urbanization brings amenities and those cost money in our taxes, assessments, then insurances, and mortgage. Cost of living is higher, as well as the cost to truck things in down the state. I really wish people would stop saying how expensive… There is no profit here. 🙁 Those that do it… do it because they love it. And then sell lmilk to make ends meet.

  26. Hi Jill,
    I just moved to Florida, found this web site and noticed that you were looking for sheep’s milk. I too have been looking and I wondered if you had located any for sale. I find cows and goats but not sheep! Thanks for any help!

    • Where ? I’m looking on this page but I don’t see it. I am also looking for raw milk in Miami.

  27. I will have raw goat milk available in March once the first does begin to kid again for the season. We are in Dundee( just north of Lake Wales and/or east of Winter Haven.

  28. Lake wales has a someone that sells what you want. You can find her at the farmers market. Another one has only goat products, near Dundee. They only sell at the farm not at markets. Both are going to be seasonal producers. Polk city also has one with goat. Cow milk and goat should taste the same if farmer is feeding and storing correctly.

      • Their “raw milk” won’t curdle naturally, by just leaving it stand for couple days. You have to inoculate it with yogurt or kefir bacteria. It must be that they pasteurize it.

    • All I know is that it is in Blountstown, Florida (never heard of it). It doesn’t appear that they are on the web. They are probably off the grid. They have the best cream around, and the Heart of Christmas Farms carries their cream sometimes. Would also like to know where they are located.

  29. Mosier’s Farm in Cottondale is right off 231. He sells raw grass fed milk, pastured chicken eggs and Amish cheese and butter. His milk is what supplies Main Street Market in Chipley. It may be closer to you depending on where in PC you are. I’m from Chipley and live in Pensacola now but still get milk from Mosier’s because I have such a good relationship with him. I trust him and have been to the farm and seen the cows. They are happy for sure. It’s a small family-run business. I believe it’s $5 a gallon.

  30. Mosier’s Farm in Cottondale is right off US 231 and I10 on the way to Panama City. Give it a try; I LOVE their milk and they’re a really sweet, family run farm. I trust him and have been giving him business for years.

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