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  1. RAW MILK POLICY STATEMENT: The Weston A. Price Foundation’s goals include promoting a healthy diet for people everywhere, based on natural and traditional foods, and assisting individuals and families in accessing those foods through information, education, and helping to restore the direct relationship between food consumers and food producers. The Foundation believes, based on sound scientific evidence, that raw milk is an important component of a healthy diet. To assist its members and the public in obtaining raw milk, the Foundation publishes a list of farms that produce it, because this information is not otherwise readily and comprehensively available to consumers. Listing of a farm does not imply endorsement by the Foundation. Individuals who purchase raw milk and other natural foods for themselves and their families need to “know their farmer” because they bear the responsibility for ensuring that they are getting safe and healthy products.
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  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 Georgia:

Athens: See Buffington Farms under Royston.

Atlanta: See Carlton Farms under Rockmart (1 hour NW of Atlanta)

Barnesville: Chris Minchew, 463 Jackson Rd. Barnesville, GA, phone: 478-952-9502,  email:, web: Small goat dairy farm with raw milk from pasture-raised Alpine and Nigerian Dwarf goats.

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:; web: 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:; web: Raw dairy products including milk, cheese, and butter.

Butler: Sam Jones, 211 Fountain Rd, Butler GA 31006; phone: 770-490-5190; email: 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: 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: 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: 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: Licensed with the state to sell raw Jersey cow milk and raw goat milk for pet food. They handmilk one Jersey cow and a number of Saanen does. The cow is kept on pasture at all times with hay to supplement free choice, and offered grain during milking only. The does have free access to browse their acre pasture at all times, as well as periodic access to browse the trees and bushes on the property. They too are offered grain on the milk stand only. Cow and calf and does and kids are separated overnight only, with free access to each other at all other times. Farm uses diatomaceous earth to control pests. Once a week an herbal worming system is used with the goats, and their milk is withheld from public sale for 48 hours after treatment. Cows and does are not treated with or exposed to hormones, antibiotics, herbicides, pesticides, or synthetic fertilizers. Visitors welcome.

Commerce: Livin My Dream Farm, Victoria Sudderth, 539 B. Wilson Rd., Commerce GA 30529; phone: 678-283-0752; email:; web:; 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.

Crawford: Stocks Farms Nubians, Nancy Stocks; phone:706-743-3316; email: Facebook under Stocks Farms and online at Stocks Farms Nubians has been breeding ADGA registered Nubians for 15 years. They are certified to sell raw milk for pet consumption only, per Georgia law. The herd is CAE negative, tested every year, linear appraised every year and is on DHIA milk test. Fresh raw milk and free-range eggs available February through November. Visitors welcome to come see the farm. Please contact ahead of time for milk and visits.

Dahlonega: Sweetbriar Farm, Ben and Heidi Lane, 34 Sweetbriar Trail, Dahlonega, GA 30533,  phone: 706-216-0192, email:, web: They have grass fed Jersey milk cows, pastured eggs and pork. Farmer notes they “proudly treat their farm animals humanely and ethically.” They manufacture and sell DIY cheese making kits, handmade soap and bee products. Call for availability.

Dalton: Trinity Oaks Farm, minutes off of I-75 in Dalton GA. Phone: 706-263-2006; email:; web: Licensed with the GA Dept. of Agriculture to sell raw milk for pet purposes only per Georgia law. Registered Jersey cows are on pasture and in the winter on grass hay with a small amount of grain at milking time. Fresh eggs and hatching eggs from free-range Black Copper Marans, Blue Copper Marans and Wheaton Americaunas. Milk and eggs sold by appointment. Directions: l=en.

Danielsville: Wee Woods Farm, Lu Flaherty; phone: 312-342-0734; Facebook: 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:, Facebook: 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:; web: 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:; web: 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: 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: 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:, 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/DaculaGwinnett Locally Grown, 2225 Givens Road, Dacula GA 30019; phone: 770-383-1284; email:; web: A natural online farmer’s market – with local farmers providing naturally grown products without chemical or pesticides for your everyday needs. Customers create an account to order products ranging from raw milk, free-range eggs and poultry and pastured beef to baked goods and laundry products. The market is open for ordering Thursdays at 9 am and closes on Mondays at noon. Pickup for online orders is every Tuesday 4-7 pm at Rancho Alegre Farm, 2225 Givens Rd. Dacula, GA 30019

Jasper: R & M Stanaland Nubians, Roy Stanaland, 1153 Salem Ch Rd Jasper, Ga 30143, phone: 770-337-3162. email: Nubian and La Mancha dairy goats. Our goats are fed a quality non-GMO feed, and also have pasture to graze.

Marietta: East West Farm, Daniel and Katie Seedorf, 3842 Barrett Parkway Marietta, GA 30064, phone: 678-223-3869, email:, website:, Facebook: 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.

Meigs: Lost Creek Farms, Randy Miller, 7163 Hwy 111 Meigs, GA, phone: 229-941-5102 email: They have Oberhasli and Saanan cross goats, with pasture and hay for feed. They also receive grain at milking time. Licensed by the Georgia Dept. of Agriculture to sell raw milk for pet food.

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: or 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:; web: 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:, 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

Powder Springs:

  • My Dad & Me Family Farm, 3698 Velma Drive, Powder Springs GA 30127; phone: 678-567-1826; web: 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: 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.
  • Two By Two Farms, Inc., Robert and Sonia Lopez, 5720 Macland Road Powder Springs GA 30127, phone: 770-608-1119, email:, web:, Facebook: TwoByTwoFarms. Raw pet goat and raw pet sheep milk. Alpine, Nubian, Sannen, and Nigerian dairy goats; East Fresian dairy sheep. Grass-fed with organic feed at milking time, all natural/herbal supplements.Farm store hours: Mon-Sat 10 am-2 pm.

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: 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:, web:  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.

Shady Dale: Yellow Rose Farm, Shannon Lawrence, 516 Johnny Fears Road, phone: 706-816-9100, email:, website: Yellow Rose Farm’s Nigerian dwarf dairy goats graze rotationally on seven acres and are provided grain from a local manufacturer (Godfrey’s Feed). They provide sustainable practices of the herd and farm. Herd is yearly tested for CAE, Johne’s, brucellosis, and tuberculosis. They have maintained Nigerian dwarfs since 1997. They offer half gallons of whole raw goat milk, as well as pasteurized cheese. Their Yellow Rose Farm Soap Co. produces cold process goat milk bar soap, liquid soap, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, and dog shampoo. They also produce all-natural insect repellent, deodorant, face cream, and body butter. They offer classes for anyone wanting to have goats, soap making and cheese making.

Social Circle: SweetLand Farm, Larry and Amber Patterson, Phone: (770)-617-7827, Email:, web:, 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.

Watkinsville: Latimer Luck Acres, Mandy Latimer; phone: 706-296-6852; email:; 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.


101 thoughts on “Georgia

  1. I live in Guyton, Ga. I have been searching for raw milk in the area for years, and finally found Hunter Farms in Brooklet on your site. However, when I emailed them and found out that they charge $7.00 a gallon, I decided against it. Can you tell me why it would cost over twice as much as pasteurized milk?

    • I welcome any farmers to reply to this comment as well, but there are a number of reasons raw milk costs more. Our government subsidizes corn and soy, making those commodities a cheap source of feed for dairy cows (and meat cows). The raw milk you want is from farmers with cows mostly on grass (a little non-GMO grain at milking can be okay except for certain individuals who are very sensitive). Now of course, grass is “free”, but grass farmers are likely to have old-fashioned breeds of cows that produce less milk than modern Holsteins, but of much higher quality (primarily in the form of more cream). They don’t crowd their cows into cement-floor barns, etc. Modern commercial dairy cows are bred to produce crazy amounts of milk. They often have chronic mastitis, and pus gets into the milk. They’re fed cheap food (the aforementioned subsidized corn and soy, but also often bakery waste and other industrial food waste products). Everything that is done is meant to maximize the quantity of milk with little thought of the quality. Ultra-pasteurization means they can make it last longer, and homogenization means they can skim off some of the cream (to a standardized 3.5% for “whole” milk, or less for lowered fat versions) and use the cream for value-added products like cream, sour cream, ice cream, etc. I believe prices are also set for commercial bulk milk, meaning the dairy farmer is not really getting a fair market price for his milk.

      So the higher price for raw milk is for many factors: fewer cows, less quantity (breeds that naturally produce less milk), more quality (richer milk, more cream, more CLA, naturally occurring vitamins A, D, and K2, Wulzen anti-stiffness factor, and more), more perishable product, no artificial price fixing, etc.

      Grass-fed raw milk is so superior to pasteurized, homogenized, commercial milk that it’s unfair to compare them on price. They are completely different products. One is health-promoting, one is health-robbing. In some parts of the country, raw milk is much more than $7/gallon. Hope this helps.

      • I had not gone back to this site since I posted the original comment in March. Wow! I was surprised to find out that the $7.00 I was complaining about was less than most places! And thank you for educating me on all the costs involved. I already knew about the health benefits, but was glad to see all the other testimonials about their families experiences. I am going to have to re-think this !

        • It is now $10 for a gallon at Hunter’s. I love the raw milk but with the gas, the time to get there and the high price it is almost impossible for me now to buys some. Almost thinking of getting a cow with my neighbor together. It would be worth it.

          • its 90 miles one way to starr sc. but Mr. Peeler of milkyway farms has fantastic raw milk $5.00 a gallon grass fed been drinking it for 12 years now

      • You are very fortunate to get raw milk for 7$ a gallon in texas its upwards of 15$ a gallon..but thats the price you pay for health :) God bless the ppl that can provide the living food of raw goat milk

      • Overall, your explanation is very good. But I take exception to your remark that grass is free. Most of us who raise animals are just as much grass and hay farmers. Having proper grazing and hay for our cows and goats is not free. It takes much of our time in planning and implementation. It requires expensive and difficult to maintain equipment, and expensive seeds and fertilizers. All the more for organic products. We have beef cattle and meat goats. I have a small herd of dairy goats. Selling my goat milk is not even a break even proposition for what goes into producing it. But I love sharing our products and introducing folks to the wholesome foods we enjoy.

        • Jennifer Rewis. Where are you located. I am in the Columbus/Phenix City area and have been looking for your products. I have lived on a very small farm and I know what you mean by ” The grass is not free”. Lots of hard work in what you do.

      • I went to an amish farm in western Pa near ohio this summer, one of my friends was from there and we were on a road trip headed back to nj. We stopped at my friends amish friend’s farm and filled up on as much raw milk as we wanted for free…..Oh my god was it sooo wonderful. The amish are wonderful people. And so was the milk, we had about 10 gallons of raw milk….for free.

    • $7 per gallon, wow, that’s cheap! I live in Idaho and have spent time in Texas as well. Both of my sources charge $10 per gallon. It’s worth every penny though, I promise!

      Raw milk has done wonders for my family’s health and I won’t even think about letting the kids drink the stuff from the grocery store–it’s just poison. The price is higher because it is a far superior product. I can sympathize with you, because we typically go through at least 3 gallons per week, but I won’t ever go back to store bought. My goal is to move to a home where we can provide our own milk.

      • I understand the cost dilemma. I live near GA, in Aiken, SC area with a price tag of $7.49 on my milk plus tax. I used to have 8 herd shares in Ohio that averaged out to $5.50 a gallon, because you can’t buy it off the shelf at any store. I now realize how good I had it and didn’t even realize. It is all a matter of perspective. Especially because I want to live into my 100′s, like my relatives, who drank raw, unhomogenized milk for years. That was their only option.
        Considering that homogenized milk has been pushed through holes so small that it passes straight through the intestinal wall into the blood stream, it so so we don’t have to shake it. That causes a lot of allergies and lactose intolerant/sensitive people to have milk issues. All of this, so that we don’t have to shake our milk! My son can now drink milk because we made the switch. How many years of frustration we had, and unfortunately we were too nervous to start sooner.
        Besides, I love pouring this milk on cereal, making ice cream from the cream, homemade butter…. We are sold on our local grassfed dairy cow. Try it, you just might like it.

    • They charge double the price in states that are not legal to sell to humans for drinking. That’s why they charge more,, because they know it’s harder to get. I am from Pennsylvania in which it is legal to sell and they charge 4.50 a gallon !! I am not paying 8.00 for the milk for pets.

  2. 6.00 per HALF gallon in Illinois! I am so glad to have relocated to GA! Now, can someone help with which farm may be closest to Lilburn? It will take all day to go to each farms website!

  3. In Phoenix, AZ, our milk is $10.00 gal. My home town is bordering Amish country in SE PA where the milk is $3.75 a gal. I understand the initial shock of the increased cost. However, there is nothing more important to me than maintaining optimal health. Milk..REAL, WHOLESOME MILK… absolutely does a body good. Take it from someone who was told by the good ole medical doctors that I had 3-6 mth survival rate less than 4 years ago.

    $10 a gallon is a steal for the quality of life it has provided. My immediate family alone (6 adults and 3 children) purchases an avg of 23 gallons every 2 weeks. We are HEALTHY AND LOVING IT!

    Thank you to all the holistic, GMO free farmers and their families who sacrifice daily to provide their communities with quality products that promote healthful living. You are truly a BLESSING!

  4. I, too, am looking for raw milk in south GA. I live in Valdosta but will be relocating to Alma in 6 months. Does ABAC in Tifton sell the raw milk from the cows they keep on campus?

  5. are there any raw milk farmers in west georgia, as in within 20 miles of carrollton? i see the newnan listing but i’m only looking for cow milk, not goat.

    • There’s [redacted]. I don’t like the taste of their milk very much, but it’s raw milk and a decent price and better than nothing. They have various delivery points too.

  6. I am traveling to Hiawassee GA (north GA/NC border) on Lake Chatuge and need to locate some real food (raw milk, pastured eggs/chickens and grass fed beef.) I’m seeing all these names but I don’t know my way around GA. Any help is greatly appreciated.

    • 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: 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.

  7. Concerning Hunter Cattle Co. in Brooklet, GA… They don’t raise dairy cows, only grassfed beef cattle. But in order to meet demands of customers who come to buy grassfed beef and also want to buy raw milk, Hunter Cattle buys raw milk from another local farmer and then sells to their customers. So if the price of the raw milk is higher than some people think it ought to be, part of the reason may be that Hunter Cattle has to mark it up a little in order to make some profit.

  8. We also live in Valdosta and know quite a few people who have been searching for raw milk in this area. Anyone who was willing to try would certainly make a bit of money out here! We’ve been drinking the store milk and it tastes musty and gross in comparison. Miss my real milk!

  9. I am moving to south GA, about an hour below Columbus and I am having trouble finding raw milk to buy that’s closer than an hour’s drive :( I even checked and mostly everything is either north GA or down by Savannah. How can I find local raw milk dairy farmers? Thank you!

  10. Does anyone know of the closest farm that I can buy grassed Non GMO grain fed raw cow milk or grassfed non GMO beef/chickens near Murphy Nc? I’m open to Ga, or Tn. It seems everything is over an hour away and I’m hoping to find a closer farm if possible. Thanks.

    • Rebecca, We live west of Murphy and travel to Westminster, SC to buy our milk. We’d love to find someone to take turns going to the dairy to pick up the milk. Please let me know if you’d be interested.

  11. Hi all,

    We run a medium-sized raw goat milk herd-share operation in Alaska, and are flying in to Atlanta on Oct. 9 and driving from there to Asheville NC to attend the American Dairy Goat convention. We will be looking for a source of raw goat milk to maintain our “habit”, LOL. Since we are unfamiliar with the area, can anyone suggest a goat milk source anywhere along that route? Will probably be taking the US 23/US441 based on scenic-drive suggestions.

  12. I live in conyers and I need fresh goat milk for making homemade a soap. Anybody close to conyers,covington or McDonough. Thanks

    • Carlton Farms up in Rockmart delivers every Friday in Stone Mountain which is close to you. Check out their website. I can attest for their milk…never going back to store bought.

  13. I relocated to Young Harris, Ga. Could someone recommend a local farm close by for raw milk, chickens, eggs, beef? Thanks so much! Sandra

  14. Does anyone know of a raw milk farmer near Augusta, Ga or Edgefield, SC? I see the listings in Aiken. Just wondering if there is anyone closer to me or my Dad where I can purchase. My mid-west family introduced me to raw milk & I don’t want to go back to conv!

  15. Just one more note on cost for the non-commercialized dairy. Commercial dairies do not put much effort into the cleanliness and sterilization of their equipment or the health of their cows because they know the milk will be pasturized anyway and supposedly kill whatever filth makes its way into the milk. They also don’t exclude the milk of sick cows or cows that are being treated with antibiotics and other drugs. The natural dairy farmer must spend much time and money making sure his operation is extremely clean to avoid making anyone sick from contaminated milk. The natural dairy farmer also generally excludes the milk of a sick cow from what he sells, this means a monetary loss for the the care and feeding of that cow for the period of time that she is sick. Thhe farmer’s production and revenue is thereby decreased. And about the grass, it is by no means free. Even if the land was free, and you didn’t have to pay property taxes to rent your land from our government, soil has to be cared for even more carefully than the animals. If you do not, in a few years the soil will be so poor that the grass it does produce will not have the vitamins and minerals in it that are required to keep healthy cows and produce high quality nutritious milk. In a few years more, your cows will begin getting sick and dying of a plethera of diseases that are the result of nutritional deficiencies.

  16. Hi,

    I live near Columbus (Box Springs, about 30 mins east) and am looking for a nearby supplier of raw goat milk. I have a chronic condition and am hoping to use the milk as part of the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. Thanks for your help!

    • Jen, I’m also from columbus, the two closest I can find are either butler, or warm springs. I think I’m going to go to warmsprings this week. Please email me. Maybe we can split the trips. We will go one week, pick up your items, you go the next and pick up ours? Email me if you like. also let me know if you’ve found somewhere closer. Thanks.

  17. I live in south east ga about 70 from savannah and 78 miles north of Jacksonville florida. I want to make my own cheese with good raw milk. Anyone near me who sells raw milk

  18. We are considering relocating to either the Brunswick/Golden Isles area or to the islands in the Savannah area. Is there anyone who sells raw milk in these two areas?

    • Check our carlton farms, they deliver to Decatur weekly. You have to go to a pickup point at a specific time, but their milk is soooo good and well worth the effort.

  19. We currently get our milk at the Lilburn pick up site near Stone Mountain from Carlton Farms. However, we are moving to Cleveland, GA and although they deliver to the Mall of Georgia area and also another area in the vicinity (I think Cumming), it is still a long drive from Cleveland. I know it is well worth it, but if I can find a closer pick up with another farmer (of equal quality of course), it would be very helpful. If anyone knows of another farmer closer to Cleveland, we would appreciate the info. Otherwise, we plan on driving where we have to for the sake of drinking the healthiest milk available! Thank you in advance for taking the time to read this.

  20. I’ve read about the many, many benefits of raw goat and cow milk and I am interested in finding some in my area. We live in the Ft. Benning/Columbus, GA area. Would you know of anyone?

    Thank you,

    • Jessica, I’m also from columbus, the two closest I can find are either butler, or warm springs. I think I’m going to go to warmsprings this week. Please email me. Maybe we can split the trips. We will go one week, pick up your items, you go the next and pick up ours? Email me if you like. also let me know if you’ve found somewhere closer. Thanks.

  21. I am considering a move to Valdosta, Ga and would like to know of a jersey cow milk source in that area.

    Thank you,

    Corbin Fox

    • So would I. I have been looking for years and have yet to find a “cow” source with-in a two hour drive. Plenty of raw goat milk around, but not cows milk.

  22. I will be moving to Ft. Gordon in a few months. Is there a raw milk source near or within 60 miles of Augusta?

  23. I live in Savannah,Ga I am new to the raw milk and never had tried it I am looking for the nearest farm that sells it as pet food. I am tired of government you cant do anything unless some branch okays it if anyone know of any farms I will be grateful

  24. Does anyone know where I can get A2 milk in West Georgia? I’m lactose intolerant and have tried raw cow milk but it still tore me up. I want to try the raw milk from an A2 cow.

  25. If you’re close to SC it is legal to sell raw milk. I live in Augusta, GA, but found a Weston Price chapter in Aiken, SC which is only 30 min. from here.

  26. I am looking to buy GOAT milk somewhere near Cumming, GA. If anyone knows of any farmer or any person that is willing to sell it, please please please email me at

    I looked at Carlton Farms, but they seem to only sell cow milk..
    Thank you

  27. By all means, do let’s drink raw milk!!!

    Can drinking raw milk hurt me or my family?
    Yes. Raw milk can cause serious infections. Raw milk and raw milk products (such as cheeses and yogurts made with raw milk) can be contaminated with bacteria that can cause serious illness, hospitalization, or death. These harmful bacteria include Brucella, Campylobacter, Listeria, Mycobacterium bovis, Salmonella, Shiga toxin-producing E. coli, Shigella, Streptococcus pyogenes, and Yersinia enterocolitica. From 1998 through 2011, 148 outbreaks due to consumption of raw milk or raw milk products were reported to CDC. These resulted in 2,384 illnesses, 284 hospitalizations, and 2 deaths. Most of these illnesses were caused by Escherichia coli, Campylobacter, Salmonella, or Listeria. It is important to note that a substantial proportion of the raw milk-associated disease burden falls on children; among the 104 outbreaks from 1998-2011 with information on the patients’ ages available, 82% involved at least one person younger than 20 years old.
    Because not all cases of foodborne illness are recognized and reported, the actual number of illnesses associated with raw milk likely is greater.

    • It is possible for any food to be contaminated with pathogenic bacteria at levels that can cause illness. Foodborne illness is indeed likely higher than reported, for every type of food. However, you quote CDC reports of foodborne illnesses reported for raw milk without providing the context of the number of foodborne illnesses for other foods, which are higher in nearly every category they have, the highest being produce. When all vectors for foodborne illnesses are considered, properly produced grassfed raw milk is less risky than most foods.

  28. Where in Georgia are you located? Raw milk is only legal for animal use in Georgia. If you are close to South Carolina, it is legal there. I am about 25 min. from the border and drive over every few weeks to get it from the Aiken area.

  29. Howdy. I, too, would like to taste raw cow milk. I’m located in Ashburn, between Tifton and Cordele. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

  30. Need raw milk in Milton/ Cherokee area asap Mayfield isn’t cutting it anymore! Just visited my brother in Lima NY they buy raw milk from a farm down the street. There are plenty of fields to be occupied in Cherokee for raw milk farms!

  31. I have read many of these posts. I guess we get the lowest price in the US. I pay $1 per half gallon mason jar of fresh raw milk. The dairy is owned and operated by a couple who are going to retire soon. They work 7 days a week and are just tired. I will buy it until they quit. Then I will either buy my own cow or pay $8 per gallon in Ellijay. I live in Suches, Ga and the dairy is in Blairsville.

    • Same here.

      I plan to email Sam Jones of Butler GA. Phone # and email address are in the listing above about raw milk.

      Not sure about the eggs. I used to a have co-worker with a son who had chickens humanely. They over produced by a great deal. Free eggs for everyone! More than I needed! I miss that so much and didn’t appreciate it enough at the time.

  32. Ron, my husband and I live in Blairsville and are looking to try raw milk. You mentioned a place in Ellijay (wondering where it’s at), but I’m curious if there are any other local farms. If your friends are selling- I would like to meet up with them, but I’m not opposed to going to Murphy NC., Young Harris GA., Hiwassiiee, Blue Ridge, ect. We have two chickens which mostly supply our eggs, but are looking for other ‘clean’ sources. We have been dipping our toes in the water trying to learn and catch up on all the farming, growing, and preserving foods. Thank you.

  33. I don’t think you can get raw milk in Murphy NC , unless I’m missing something.
    I am in Murphy myself looking for Raw Milk. ,

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