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
US Listings–Click on a state and the listings will appear below the Notes.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
Athens: See Buffington Farms under Royston.
Atlanta: See Carlton Farms under Rockmart (1 hour NW of Atlanta)
Bowdon: The Garry Farm, Nancy & Jacque Garry, 169 Reavesville Rd, Bowdon GA 30108; phone: 770-733-9687 (leave message as they are full-time farmers); email: firstname.lastname@example.org; web: thegarryfarm.webs.com. They have a GA State pet food license, farm their 20-acre farm full-time, sell vegetables, hatching and eating eggs, poultry, rabbits, and more. Their milk goats are allowed to graze in open areas and are also fed custom blended feed and hay in their barn and during milking time. The goat milk is sold when available at visit, but it is preferable to set an appointment time for milk as many units are already pre-sold. Contact them to see about availability of milk and be put on a schedule for milk pickup. They also sell milk at local farmers markets.
Brooklet: Hunter Cattle Company, 430 Driggers Rd., Brooklet GA 30416; phone: 912-823-2333; email: email@example.com; web: huntercattle.com. Raw dairy products including milk, cheese, and butter.
Butler: Sam Jones, 211 Fountain Rd, Butler GA 31006; phone: 770-490-5190; email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Raw Jersey cow milk from cows on pasture all day, with some grain at milking time.
Cherrylog: Smokey Hollow Farm, Frank & Pat Corker; phone: 678-374-7473; email: goatmilk (at) smokeyhollowfarms (dot) com, web: smokeyhollowfarms.com. Licensed to sell raw goat milk for pet consumption only per Georgia law. Goats are pasture grazed with minimal grain on the milk stand. No antibiotics or hormones are administered.
Cleveland: Brown Eyed Girl Creamery, 374 Asa Dorsey Rd, Cleveland GA (foothills of NE GA), phone: 706-865-3113 (days) and 706-865-3680 (nights), email: email@example.com. Unpasteurized Jersey cow’s milk sold under license by the Georgia Department of Agriculture and labeled as pet food as required by Georgia law. Milk is bottled in glass containers and not bottled until sold to ensure freshness. Registered Jersey herd is on pasture and supplemented with grain at milking. They plan to sell artisan cheese soon.
Cochran/Warner Robins: Clear Crescent Homestead; phone: 478-225-7297; email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Licensed with the state to sell raw goat milk for pet food. Pair of hand-milked does have free access to browse their acre pasture at all times and are offered grain on the milk stand only. When necessary, an herbal worming system is used and they withhold the milk for 48 hours after treatment. Does are not treated with or exposed to hormones, antibiotics, herbicides, pesticides, or synthetic fertilizers. Visitors welcome.
Cochran/Warner Robins: Clear Crescent Homestead; phone: 478-225-7297, email: clearcrescenthomestead@gmail.
Commerce: Livin My Dream Farm, Victoria Sudderth, 539 B. Wilson Rd., Commerce GA 30529; phone: 678-283-0752; email: email@example.com; web: livinmydreamfarm.com; Facebook: Livin My Dream Farm Goats, Livin My Dream Farm Lamanchas. Fresh and frozen raw (un-pasteurized milk) whole goat milk for animal consumption only per Georgia law, from Nigerian Dwarfs and Lamanchas. Whole goat milk is an excellent alternative to milk replacers for a variety of animals who do not have access to dam milk. Available in half-gallon, liter, and gallon plastic containers. Pick up at farm, appointment necessary. CAE, TB, Brucellosis free herd.
Danielsville: Wee Woods Farm, Lu Flaherty; phone: 312-342-0734; Facebook: facebook.com/lu.flaherty. Small herd of American Oberhasli, Mini Obers, Nigerian Dwarf that browses on open pasture daily, plus some grain and minerals. Fresh milk available through herdshares.
Dawsonville: Little Brown Cow Creamery, Matt, James, and Ed Holton; phone: 678-316-1236, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Facebook: www.facebook.com/H2JerseyFarm. Jersey Cows, cows are fed grass and hay, some feed at milking, and are raised antibiotic- and hormone-free. Plastic gallons of milk for $8.
Elberton: Nature’s Harmony Farm, Tim Young, email: email@example.com; web: naturesharmonyfarm.com. Jersey cows that graze on organic pastures all year. Grade A inspected dairy though milk is sold as pet food in accordance with Georgia Department of Agriculture requirements..
Ellijay: Mountain Valley Farm, Suzy Wright; cell: 706 889-0999; email: firstname.lastname@example.org; web: grassfedgeorgia.com. Unprocessed, full-fat, cream-top, raw cow milk from pasture-grazed 285 cow dairy herd is sold in their farm store. Cows are milked twice daily, and their milk is filtered in-line and quick chilled to 34 degrees. Milk bottled fresh daily. Each container is labeled “Raw Cow Milk for Pets” in compliance with Georgia regulations. No added hormones, antibiotics, pesticides, or chemical fertilizers. They also offer USDA inspected grass-fed beef (dry aged) and free-range Berkshire heritage pork for sale by the cut and fresh eggs from their pastured poultry. All animals are raised on pasture in a stress free environment and handled humanely throughout all life stages. Licensed and inspected by the Georgia Department of Agriculture. Farm has been owned and operated by the family continuously since 1840.
Forsyth/Ayrsmoss Ranch: Dee Dee Shaw, 278 Logwall Church Rd; phone: 478-508-2678; email: email@example.com. Oberhasli goat milk available through herdshares. Goats are fed locally produced, non-medicated feed & hay. When necessary, herbal dewormers are used. Free-range eggs also available.
Forsyth County/Suwanee: David Cowart, 2365 Southers Circle; phone: 770-886-0959; email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Raw goat milk from Alpine dairy goats fed grass (rotational grazing), hay, and some unmedicated grain. Milk is licensed for animal use only per Georgia law. They also have blueberries.
Gray: Barker Farms, JA Barker, 163 Barker Rd., Gray, GA 31032, Phone: 478-288-7183 or 478-363-0813, web: BarkerFarms.webs.com, Facebook: Barker.Farms. Barker Farms has Jersey cows that are primarily grass fed (pasture), hay when needed, and a small amount of natural feed when they come into the barn. No steroids, hormones, etc. used. Raw milk, sold under a pet food license, in plastic containers. Tours available. Call for information. Delivery can be arranged depending on distance and quantity. They are selling at the following Farmers Markets and looking to add other markets in the future:
- Tue 407 (sometimes): Milledgeville Marketplace, Milledgeville
- Wed 3-6: Mulberry Street Park Farmer’s Market, Macon
- Fri 12-5 (or 6): Forsyth Farmer’s Market, Forsyth
- Sat 9-12 (sometimes): Oconee Greenway Farmer’s Market, Milledgeville
- Sat 9-12: Perry Farmer’s Market, Perry
- 2nd Sat 9-12: Wesleyan Market, Wesleyan College
Gwinnett County/Dacula: Rancho Alegre Farm, Pilar Quintero, 2225 Givens Road, Dacula GA 30019; phone: 770-383-1284; email: email@example.com; web: ranchoalegrefarm.com. Licensed to sell raw cow and goat milk for pet consumption only per Georgia law, from a small herd of pure Jersey cows and Alpine goats. The 20-acre farm has an educational mission to teach the growing of food using natural practices without chemicals; thus visits are encouraged. They grow as much food as possible using sustainable practices, rotational grazing, and rebuilding soils with compost, worms and compost teas. Along with raw milk, they also offer pastured raised eggs, chickens, vegetables and some fruit. Field trips, birthday parties available on the farm. Sign up for their newsletter on their website to learn of new offerings and events.
Marietta, East West Farm, Daniel and Katie Seedorf, 3842 Barrett Parkway Marietta, GA 30064, phone: 678-223-3869, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, website: www.eastwestfarm.com, marietta.locallygrown.net, Facebook: www.facebook.com/eastwestfarm. East West Farm produces 100% grassfed raw milk for pets. The cows are never fed grain; just grass, hay, and organic alfalfa. Pet milk is sold in half gallon, glass jars for $8 each. They also produce pastured eggs and meat chickens with no soy and no gmos. Call the farm or email to set up an appointment to meet.
McDonough: The Good Shepherd Family Farm, 1995 East Lake Rd., McDonough GA 30252; phone: 770-274-9093. Raw, full-fat Jersey cow milk. The cows graze on pasture all day and are followed by free-range chickens and pastured pork. Visits welcomed.
Milner: Rovene Askren; phone: 404-985-9880. They raise Saanen and Nubian goats on browse, with no antibiotics, chemicals, or additives used. All milking is done into stainless steel under clean conditions and put up only in glass jars. Under Georgia law, they sell it to you for soapmaking. $2.50/quart, 50-cent jar deposit.
Nashville: Kickin K Ranch, Tom & Michelle Kuettner; phone: 404-713-2439 or 678-231-2957; email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org; web: kickin-k-ranch.com. Small sustainable goat dairy of mainly Oberhaslis browsing in woods & fields with minimal grain on the milk stand. No antibiotics except in life-threating situations, no hormones administered. State pet food license.
- Allen Lambert; phone: 678-438-9120. Raw milk.
- Country Gardens Farm & Nursery, Mike & Judy Cunningham, 3728 Lower Fayetteville Road, Newnan GA 30265; phone: 770-251-2673; email: email@example.com; web: countrygardensfarm.com. Raw milk from grass-fed Jersey cows. Also grass-fed beef, produce in season, pastured broilers, free-range eggs, pork, organic gardening products, herbs, flowers, plants, and trees.
- Pleasant Farms, Lee Gordon, 3998 Hwy 34 West, Newnan, GA 30263, phone: 517-206-9777, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Nubian goats; diet is perennial peanut hay, local grass hay, ADM dairy goat feed, Chaffheye herbal wormer from Molly’s Herbal wormer, diatomaceous earthVisit Site, Fasttrack probiotics, selenium and E supplement
- My Dad & Me Family Farm, 3698 Velma Drive, Powder Springs GA 30127; phone: 678-567-1826; web: mydadandmefamilyfarm.com. Five-acre family farm selling raw Jersey milk under Georgia’s Pet Milk label in Powder Springs, northwest of Atlanta. They rationally graze their Jersey cows and supplement with hay and baleage, and a small amount of grain twice daily at milking time. Milk is pre-sold and picked-up on a weekly or bi-weekly rotation at the farm by the customers. They also sell eggs, grass-fed and pastured meats, and berries and produce in season. For more information visit their website. Enter your name and email address on their home page for information and details about how to purchase from them.
- Vineyard Farms, Macland Road, Powder Springs GA; phone: 404-610-1540; web: vineyardfarms.com. Raw cow’s milk (for pets) and raw goat milk from pastured animals. Also seasonally available fruits and vegetables, eggs, goat milk soap, local unfiltered wildflower honey, and grass-fed beef.
Rabun County: Coleman River Farms (closest town is Clayton); phone: 706-782-1515. Licensed to sell raw goat milk for animal use.
Rockmart /Atlanta: Carlton Farms (1 hour NW of Atlanta); phone: 770-655-1503; email: carltonfarm at gmail dot com; web: carltonfarm.com. Raw milk from grass-fed Jersey cows. No antibiotics or hormones used; pastures are not treated with pesticides, herbicides, or commercial fertilizer. Their milk is labeled per Georgia law as Raw Cows Milk for Pets. They use a pipeline system in which milk is transported directly from the cow, filtered, and cooled immediately to 34 degrees. Milk is available to purchase at the farm, or via delivery to several locations in and around Atlanta (though at least one farm visit is encouraged). Free-range eggs and other seasonal products are also available. See their website for more details. Click here for a map to the farm.
Rome and Lafayette: Starling Mill Farms, Chaney and Aleisha Waldon, 1400 Starling Mill Rd., Lyerly GA 30730, phone: 706-844-4114, email: email@example.com, web: starlingmill.com. Grass-fed Jersey cows (given a little grain to get them to the barn). Farm is Georgia-licensed to sell raw milk for pet consumption. $3/half-gallon with a one-time $2 deposit on glass jar. They have a delivery route to Rome and are trying to start one to the Lafayette area. You can also find them at the Rome and Battlefield farmers markets. Farm visits encouraged.
Royston: Buffington Farms, (closest source to Athens) phone: 706-245-9706. Raw milk from pastured Jersey cows, licensed with the state to sell for pet food consumption.
Social Circle: SweetLand Farm, Larry and Amber Patterson, Phone: (770)-617-7827, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, web: www.sweetland-farm.com, Facebook: under SweetLand Farm. This farm is certified to sell raw milk for pet consumption only per Georgia law. Herd of registered Alpines, is certified TB, Brucellosis and CAE free. Animals are on pasture, with plenty of wooded area for browse, fed locally grown hay and locally made grain on the milk stand. No added hormones or antibiotics. Goats are milked twice a day and visits are encouraged, please call ahead first. They sell off the farm, raw milk $5.00 for half a gallon, free range eggs $4.00 per dozen and 100% Goats milk soap $5.00 per bar.
Warm Springs, Thalia Farm and Apiary, Rena Abernathy, 3005 Countyline Church Road, Warm Springs GA. Phone: 706-527-2675, Email: IMISSCOLO@aol.com, Cows, chickens, goats, turkey, hogs, and bees, Naturally grown, free ranged and pasture feed. Homemade soap, eggs, heirloom produce – over 200 varieties of Heirloom tomatoes, whole grain (freshly ground) breads, honey. Cows milk is $8/a gallon Goat is $12/gallon. Glass preferred, deposit required for first gallon. Pick up at the farm begins April 5, 2014. Farm tours available if arranged in advance. Located off of FDR State Park. (Hines Gap road Runs into Countyline Church Road headed toward the town of Duran). A mile or so from Mountain Top Inn. Purple farm gates at the entrance and a bottle tree. Please call in advance.
Watkinsville: Latimer Luck Acres, Mandy Latimer; phone: 706-296-6852; email: LLAcres@juno.com; Facebook under Latimer Luck Acres. This farm has been milking goats for 22 years and is certified to sell raw milk for pet consumption only per Georgia law. Herd of registered Nubians and LaMancha/Nubian crosses (high butterfat) is certified TB and Brucellosis free. Animals are on pasture and fed locally grown hay. Probiotics (good bacteria) are used to maintain health. No added hormones or antibiotics. Goats are milked twice a day from Feb. to Nov. 1. Visits encouraged; call ahead first.
Winder: A Time for Everything, Kelly Maxwell, Winder GA 30680 (~40 min E of Atlanta up 85N); phone: 404-925-2369. Raw goat milk available from a small herd of healthy Oberhasli and LaMancha does, licensed for pet consumption per Georgia law. $8/gallon. Herdhares also sold. They milk from March to October 1. Raw cow milk also available. Free-range eggs $4/dozen. Goat milk soap $4.95/bar. Seasonal vegetables available in the summer.