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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 Indiana:

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.

Adams County:

  • Decatur: Pasture’s Delights, web: pasturesdelights.com, Facebook: pasturesdelights, delivery location map: goo.gl/maps/sbaC, email: marketing@pasturesdelights.com, cell: 260-366-6455. Raw Ayrshire cow and Nubian/Toggenburg goat milk available. Naturally produced, lab-tested, unpasteurized, unhomogenized real milk. The Ayrshire cow herd is pasture-grazed year-round (weather permitting) on forages grown in the farm’s own pesticide and herbicide-free soil and receive absolutely no grains. The goats are not 100 percent grassfed and do receive some (non-GMO) barley and oat rations. Cow milk is available year-round, but the goats do have an 8-10 week dry period during the winter. Farm visits are encouraged and regular tours are offered. They deliver raw milk to their herdshare owners throughout northern and central Indiana including Auburn, Avon, Carmel, Fort Wayne, Goshen, Hammond/Munster, Indianapolis, Kokomo, Knox, Lafayette, La Porte, Marion/Upland, Muncie, New Castle, Pendleton, Peru, Richmond, Roanoke, Valparaiso, Wabash, Warsaw, South Bend, Yorktown, and Zionsville.

Allen County:

  • Fort Wayne Area:
  • New Haven: D & M Herd Share LLC, David Lengacher, 16808 Notestine Rd. New Haven, IN 46774, phone: 260-410-8104, email: louis_kpp@yahoo.com. Lengacher Family Farm has raw milk from registered Brown Swiss cows available through a cowshare program. The Brown Swiss cow herd is pasture/grazed (weather permitting) or on forages grown in the farm’s own pesticide and herbicide-free soil and receive absolutely no supplements. The herd does receive some (non-GMO) corn silage in the winter months. Cow milk is available year-round. Farm visits are encouraged and regular tours are offered. Pick up is at the farm.
  • Woodburn: L & M Herd Shares, Randalla Lee (Herdshare Coordinator), 17116 Notestine Road Woodburn, IN 46797 phone: 260-310-3906, email: randalla718@gmail.com. Herdshare available – raw milk from registered, purebred Brown Swiss cows, tested to assure A2 quality. Cows are grassfed, without the use of antibiotics or hormones. Other products available include organic vegetables and free range eggs. Beginning September 2018, vegetables will also be available from their hydroponic garden year-round.

Bartholomew County:

Columbus: 

  • Beck’s Farm Fresh Foods LLC, Peter & Beth Beck, phone: 812-371-4948, email: becksfarmfresh@outlook.com. Offering goat herdshares and frozen whole chickens. Milk pickup on farm or in Columbus. Call for herdshare details.
  • Seven Acre Farms, Rachelle Cole, 11425 S. Jonesville Rd. Columbus, IN 47201, phone: 812-344-2097. Goat milk and cheese shares, pastured chicken, turkey, rabbit, and free-range eggs via CSA and at the Columbus farmers market. All animals are raised without the use of antibiotics and hormones and are fed on pasture, supplemented with locally grown vegetables, fruit, and hay. Kids, chicks, and kits (rabbits) are available during the spring. Farm visits can be arranged on any Saturday after April 6. Call to arrange a farm visit or get current pricing and information. All products are available for local pickup only at Seven Acre Farms or the farmers market.

Boone County:

Clark County:

  • Henryville:
    • Sirocco Ridge Farm, LLC, Beth and David Taylor, phone: 812-704-4465, email: siroccoridgefarm@gmail.com, web: https://sites.google.com/site/siroccoridgefarm/dairy-goats/herd-share, Facebook: SiroccoRidgeFarm. Sirocco Ridge Farm LLC has a herd of ADGA registered La Mancha and La Mancha/Nubian goats. The herd is raised largely on hilly pasture and makes use of rotational grazing practices for animal and soil health. All animals are tested and negative for brucellosis, TB, CAE, CL, and Johnes. In 2017 the herd started DHIA testing. Dairy offerings include a herdshare program (providing raw or pasteurized milk per owner’s request). Additional farm offerings include an egg flockshare, pastured poultry, herbs, and gourmet garlic. Products can be picked up at arranged times on-farm and some products may be locally delivered.
    • Natural Choice Family Farm, Doug Dunlevy (owner), 6904 Hwy 160 East Henryville, IN 47126 (20 miles from Louisville; 1 mile from Interstate I-65), cellphone: 502-817-2355, email: NaturalChoiceFarm@gmail.com. Raw whole milk in sealed glass jars from four Jerseys and two Holsteins. Animals are on grass and grass/alfalfa hay. No hormones, drugs, or grain. Practice management intensive pasture rotations. Milk is $5/half gallon, with $5 deposit on returnable jars.

Clay County:

  • Clay City: The Farm Connection, Alan, Mary & Kate Yegerlehner, 1087 East Co. Rd 550 South Clay City, IN 47841, phone: 812-939-3027, email: swissconnectioncheese@gmail.com, web: thefarmconnection.grazecart.com. The farm is a 100 percent grass fed dairy with Milking Shorthorn and Devon genetics. Milked 1x/ day, seasonally April-December. Raw grassfed butter, milk, cheese and other dairy products, beef, whey fed pork, produce and a wide variety of other local foods. Farm store hours 9 am -5 pm Monday-Friday, 9 am -4 pm Saturday. There are delivery pickup options in Indianapolis, Terre Haute, and Bloomington, and Palestine, IL.

Clinton County:

  • Kirklin: Sugarcreek Dairy Goats, Jill Biddle, 6124 East State Road 38 Kirklin, IN 46050, phone: 937-638-9796, email: droeschj@yahoo.com. They have a mix of dairy goats and some boar goats. Raw milk available all year for pets and soap making along with cheeses made from goat milk and caramel sauce. $10/gallon and prices vary on less quantities of milk. Goats have a mix of feed made from oats and corn and molasses plus all the vitamins and minerals they need for a balanced diet. Also get kelp and diatomaceous earth free choice and are out on pasture when the season is in and fed grass hay during the winter. They milk on a machine into a stainless steel container and it is filtered into glass jars immediately. If you want a tour of the farm, call first. In the spring there are baby chicks for sale, and in season plenty of produce from their farm. They use only organic material to fertilize their garden. Baby kids are for sale all year when they are available along with free-range brown eggs all the time for sale. They are located 20 minutes north of Indianapolis off of 421.

Decatur County:

  • Greensburg: Tub Creek Farms, Mike & Bonnie Robbins, 9076 E. County Rd 300 S Greensburg, IN 47240 (about 2 miles from I-74, halfway between Indianapolis and Cincinnati), phone: 812-934-3010, email: borobbins@decaturwb.com. Limited goatshares. Milk available March through October by goatshares only.

DeKalb County:

  • Auburn:
  • Spencerville: Fair Havens Farm, 19202 McNabb Rd. Spencerville, IN 46788, phone: 419-506-1211. They offer herdshares from a 100 percent grassfed Jersey herd. $15/month for a gallon per week. Pick up at the farm location. Fair Havens also offers grassfed beef, forest raised and non-GMO pork, non-GMO chicken and eggs.

Delaware County:

Elkhart County:

  • Goshen:
    • Pasture’s Delightswebsite, social media, pickup locations, email: marketing@pasturesdelights.com, cell: 260-366-6455. Raw milk – Ayrshire cow and Nubian/Toggenburg goats. See main listing under Decatur (Adams County).
    • Seven Sons Farms, Middlebury/Goshen Buying Club, 58102 Hemminger Dr. Goshen, IN 46528, phone: 877-620-1977, web: https://sevensons.net/locations/middleburygoshen, Facebook: sevensonsfarms. Buying club pickup for raw milk cheese, raw camel milk, and pasture-raised meats and eggs.
    • Vintage Meadows, Ryan & Katrina Schrock, 14855 State Road 4 Goshen, IN 46528, phone: 574-361-9737, email: info@vintagemeadows.farm, web: http://www.vintagemeadows.farm/, or their Chicago suburbs Facebook group. Raw dairy products from grass fed Jersey cows. Vintage Meadows partners with small, local dairies that practice rotational grazing on healthy pastures. Raw cow milk is 100 percent grassfed, while milk products are from cows fed a handful of organic corn during milking times. Available raw dairy products are full fat milk ($8/gal), yogurt, kefir, cream, cottage cheese, sour cream, butter, buttermilk, colostrum, and whey. Also available: raw goat milk and yogurt from goats raised on home-grown hay and non-GMO grains consisting of corn, sunflower seeds, oats, and kelp and contains no antibiotics or synthetic fertilizers. Local orders can be placed through website and orders in the Chicago area can be placed through private buying club – online store at farmmatch.com/vintagemeadows. Herdshares are required for all raw dairy orders. Farm tours welcome by appointment. Contact via email or phone with any questions or inquiries. Vintage Meadows is at the Goshen Farmers Market every Saturday 8 am – 1 pm.
  • Middlebury/ShipshewanaLane Family Dairy Goats, Nicole Lane, 804 Antler Drive Apt. A Middlebury, IN 46540, phone: 813-751-5748, email: spiritedpartners@gmail.com. Herdshares of raw milk from Nubian and Saanen goats, fed 90 percent organic raw grains and seeds, vitamin and mineral supplemented. $10/gallon fresh and $8/gallon frozen. $15 one-time herdshare, and $2 deposit per glass jar (half gallon size) or bring your own to swap out.
  • Shipshewana: Amish family owned and operated farm, Paula, phone: 574-329-1311. USDA Certified Organic farm. Cowshares and free-range/pastured eggs available. Tour the dairy, visit your cow any day but Sunday.

Fulton County:

  • Kewanna: WBF Homestead, R & S Bennett, 6436 W County Rd. 700 S Kewanna, IN 46939, phone: 574-653-2717, email: sheryldbennett@yahoo.com. Cowshares, goatshares, and eggs.

Grant County:

  • Marion:
    • Exotic Gardening Farms and Wildlife Habitat, Sheri Ann Richerson and Jerry Stanley, 403 East Bond Ave., phone: 765-664-6916, email: SheriAnnRicherson@exoticgardening.com, web: www.exoticgardening.com. A small family farm is offering very limited quantities of goat and/or sheep milk for soap making and free-range eggs. The animals are grassfed (pasture in the warmer months and hay in the colder months) and also given Certified Organic grain, organic kelp and diatomaceous earth. They do not use hormones, antibiotics, pesticides, etc. They also have fruits and vegetables in season, baby animals (sheep, rabbits, ducks, chickens, goats), rag rugs made on a floor loom, small amounts of fiber (wool, mohair, angora and cashmere), lye and glycerin soap, herbs and more.
    • Heaven-lea Farm, They deliver to the Marion area. See full listing under Converse (Miami County).
    • Seven Sons Farms, Marion Buying Club, 253 Tippy Ditch Dr. Marion, IN 46952, phone: 877-620-1977, web: https://sevensons.net/locations/marion, Facebook: sevensonsfarms. Buying club pickup for raw milk cheese, raw camel milk, and pasture-raised meats and eggs.
  • Upland: Pasture’s Delightswebsite, social media, pickup locations, email: marketing@pasturesdelights.com, cell: 260-366-6455. Raw milk – Ayrshire cow and Nubian/Toggenburg goats. See main listing under Decatur (Adams County).
  • Ayrshire Farms, Serves Grant County. See their full listing under Greentown (Howard County).

Greene County:

  • Newberry (30 miles southwest of Bloomington): Rhodes Family Farm, Luke and Arlene Rhodes, 1726 West Gilbreath Hill Rd. Newberry, IN 47449, phone: 812-384-7409/812-384-7485, email: rhodesfamily@bluemarble.net. Rhodes Family Farm has raw milk available thru the cowshare program. They have weekly drop offs at three locations in Indianapolis, and twice a week drop off in Bloomington. Cows are the Dutch belted breed and are solely grassfed. They follow organic practices and use no hormones or antibiotics. They also have available pasture raised pork, eggs and chicken.

Hamilton County:

Hancock County:

  • Greenfield (Indianapolis area): Blue River Natural Foods, 6001 E 500 S Road Greenfield, IN 46140, Earl & Barbara Smith and family, phone: 765-763-0246 (home) or 317-697-0508 (cell), email: dairyman_br549@usa.com, Facebook: BlueRiverNaturalFoods. Raw milk from Holstein/Jersey crossbred cows that are grassfed without any use of antibiotics or hormones and minimal supplementation with grains. Cows are on pasture year-round. Raw milk available in gallon containers. They also raise beef, pork, chickens, rabbits, and have eggs available. They have a wide selection of other local food products. They deliver in Indianapolis (Irvington), Fortville and Greenfield year-round.
  • McCordsvilleAngela Valentine, 3777 W SR 234, McCordsville, IN 46055, phone: 317-989-8035 or 317-446-4748, email: addabearnewfs@hotmail.com. Organically produced (non-certified), non-homogenized raw milk from Lamancha and Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats. Milk is fresh and filtered. Goats are fed GMO-free organic feed. $7/gallon, $3/quart. Free samples given on site. Calls welcome anytime. Can deliver for a fee.

Harrison County:

Hendricks County:

Howard County:

  • Greentown: Ayrshire Farms, Grace Aprill, 12765 E 100 N; Greentown, IN 46936, phone: 765-628-3901, email: gkaprill@gmail.com, Facebook: Ayrshire Farms. They are licensed to sell raw milk as pet food. They sell fresh whole (raw) Ayrshire milk from grass fed/pastured Ayrshire Cows. They also carry homemade butter, cheeses, brown eggs (cage free/free-range), heavy cream, chocolate milk, puddings and buttermilk cookies.
  • Kokomo area
    • Pasture’s Delightswebsite, social media, pickup locations, email: marketing@pasturesdelights.com, cell: 260-366-6455. Raw milk – Ayrshire cow and Nubian/Toggenburg goats. See main listing under Decatur (Adams County).
    • Russiaville: Sycamore Acres, phone: 765-883-8289, email: milkgoats@aol.com, web: www.sycamoreacresfarm.com. Limited supply of well-aged farmstead raw goat milk cheese. Their pastured does are fed a soy-free diet. Licensed to sell raw goat milk as pet food for dogs (available roughly April – December); handcrafted goat milk soaps, and brown and green eggs. ADGA registered French Alpine does, bucks and kids for sale when available.

Johnson County:

  • Greenwood: Seven Sons Farms, Greenwood Buying Club, 1744 Saratoga Dr. Greenwood, IN 46143, phone: 877-620-1977, web: https://sevensons.net/locations/greenwood, Facebook: sevensonsfarms. Buying club pickup for raw milk cheese, raw camel milk, and pasture-raised meats and eggs.

Kosciusko County:

  • Pierceton:
    • Seven Sons Farms, Pierceton Buying Club, 206 E. Church Street Pierceton, IN 46562, phone: 877-620-1977, web: https://sevensons.net/locations/pierceton, Facebook: sevensonsfarms. Buying club pickup for raw milk cheese, raw camel milk, and pasture-raised meats and eggs.
    • Stevens Acres, Joshua Stevens, 6246 E 1000 S Pierceton, IN 46962, phone: 574-855-0126, email: Dulicestevens@gmail.com, Facebook: stevensacresIN. Agda, Lamancha, Nubian goats, Fed free range hay and grass only. Milk available by the half-gallon, high butter fat content. Delivery to South Bend, Ft. Wayne, Wabash, and Warsaw weekly.
  • Syracuse: Pasture Haven Farm, phone: 574-642-9903. Double A2 milk jerseys, cowshares available. They feed some grain and sprouts to the cows; milk is tested for somatic cell count. They also have GMO-free, free range eggs, pastured pork, grassfed beef, sprout fed animals.
  • Warsaw:
    • Pasture’s Delightswebsite, social media, pickup locations, email: marketing@pasturesdelights.com, cell: 260-366-6455. Raw milk – Ayrshire cow and Nubian/Toggenburg goats. See main listing under Decatur (Adams County).
    • Stevens Acres,  Delivers to this area. See their full listing above under Pierceton (Kosciusko County).

Lake County:

La Porte County:

Madison County:

Marion County:

  • Indianapolis Area:
    • Dues Jersey Farm, Ben Dues (herd manager) and Tim Hill (distribution manager), 4162 Philothea Rd. Coldwater, OH 45828, phone: 317-753-4016, email: duesjerseyfarm@gmail.com. Family owned for over a century, Raw Jersey cow milk, cream, butter and grass-fed beef available. 100 percent grass and forage fed from OEFFA Certified Organic fields. Pasture-grazed, and chemical free. Anna Belle’s Pet Milk, Pet Cream and Pet Butter and 100 percent grass-fed beef (Indiana and Ohio). Farm pickup available. Delivery locations here.
    • Pasture’s Delightswebsite, social media, pickup locations, email: marketing@pasturesdelights.com, cell: 260-366-6455. Raw milk – Ayrshire cow and Nubian/Toggenburg goats. See main listing under Decatur (Adams County).
    • Rhodes Family Farm, They have weekly drop offs at three locations in Indianapolis. See their full listing under Newberry (Greene County).
    • Seven Sons, S.E. Indianapolis Buying Club, 6133 Irwin Ct. Indianapolis, IN 46237, phone: 877-620-1977, web: https://sevensons.net/locations/se-indy, Facebook: sevensonsfarms. Buying club pickup for raw milk cheese, raw camel milk, and pasture-raised meats and eggs.
    • Angela Valentine, serves this area. See full listing under McCordsville.

Marshall County:

  • Argos: Sunny Meadow Farm, Harry Weaver (owner), 6112 20th Road Argos, IN 46501, web: sunnymeadows.honoredprairie.com, phone: 574-498-6076. Grassfed raw cow milk and raw cheeses. Raw milk products can be obtained at the farm. Raw cheese can also be purchased through Honored Prairie and many area health food outlets. See website to learn more about their production practices.

Miami County:

  • Converse: Heaven-lea Farm, Matt Stewart, PO Box 513 Sweetser, IN 46987 phone: 585-509-4804, email: jerseycows@juno.com, Facebook: sweetsermilk. This is a small herd of registered Jerseys fed with hay as the primary forage. It is supplemented with organic sunflower grain along with traditional beet pulp and ground corn. Animal health is emphasized. They also make butter and a limited amount of mozzarella cheese. They deliver in the Marion area.
  • Peru: Pasture’s Delightswebsite, social media, pickup locations, email: marketing@pasturesdelights.com, cell: 260-366-6455. Raw milk – Ayrshire cow and Nubian/Toggenburg goats. See main listing under Decatur (Adams County).

Monroe County:

  • Bloomington:
    • Otter Bend Farm, Paul and Ashlie Kehrberg, cell: 812-327-2104, Facebook: Otter-Bend-Farm, They offer shares in a herd of dairy goats which are rotationally grazed in fields and in woods to browse. On farm pick up and delivery options are available.
    • Rhodes Family Farm, They have a weekly drop off in Bloomington. See their full listing under Newberry.
  • Elletsville: Briar Hill, Mike and Amy Sager, phone: 317-694-2984, email: sagerfamilyseven@gmail.com. This is a small family farm offering raw milk cowshares from registered Dutch Belted and Milking Shorthorn cows. Pickup is at the farm. The cows are 100 percent grass fed and no chemicals are used on the fields. Pastured chicken and eggs also available. They welcome visitors.

Montgomery County:

  • Crawfordsville: Whitesell Farm, phone: 765-435-2206, email: wkwhitesell@gmail.com. Limited cowshares available. The farm is a 100 percent grassfed dairy with Dutch Belted and Milking Shorthorn genetics. Milked 1x/ day. No chemicals used.

Noble County:

  • Ligonier:
    • Arnold’s Goats, Samantha Arnold, 888 E US 6, Ligonier, IN 46767, phone: 260-894-1749, email: bs_arnold@mchsi.com.  Frozen and fresh raw goat milk. They also sell pasteurized goat milk so be sure to get the raw. In the spring, they have Lamancha, Alpine, Nubian, and pygmy kids.
    • Hopeful Farms, Melvin & Pauline Fry, 11526 North 400 West Rd. Ligonier, IN 46767, phone: 260-593-2996 ext 5. Raw milk via herdshare, pastured beef, chicken, eggs, and – in the fall – turkeys.

Perry County:

  • Leopold: Grass Corp, Stan and Martha Steckler family, 15606 Oriole Road Leopold, IN 47551 (Southern Indiana just off I-64; 45 miles west of Louisville, KY), phone: 812-843-3277, email: grasscorp@psci.net, web: grasscorp.net. Small pasture-based family farm where the pastures are managed holistically and the animals are never given antibiotics or hormones. Offering 100 percent grassfed and grass finished beef and lamb, free range eggs and pork, pasture raised chicken and turkey, and 100 percent grassfed raw dairy products. Deliveries throughout Southern Indiana. Also see them every Saturday at the New Albany Farmers Market.

Porter County:

Putnam County:

  • Greencastle/Russellville: Whitesell Farm, phone: 765-435-2206, email: wkwhitesell@gmail.com. Limited cowshares available. The farm is a 100 percent grassfed dairy with Dutch Belted and Milking Shorthorn genetics. Milked 1x/ day. No chemicals used.

Randolph County:

  • Union City: Green Meadow Jerseys Tim Green, 5924 E. Union City Pike Union City, IN,  phone: 703-587-2588, email: greenjerseyherdshare@gmail.com. Offers dairy products such as cheese, cream, and raw milk. Currently, the herd consists of three Jersey cows eating primarily grass and alfalfa hay with occasional corn or sweet feed. The farm is not certified organic, however no chemicals are used on the grass or alfalfa and no growth hormones are used on the animals.

Ripley County:

  • Sunman: Joshua Weber, 11874 N. Co. Rd. 800E, Sunman, IN 47041, phone: 812-525-0676, email: b_horse@hotmail.com. This is a small herd of Jersey, Holstein, and Brown Swiss cows fed with hay as a primary forage. It is supplemented with grain. Animal health is emphasized. Machine-milked, full-fat, raw milk is bottled in half-gallon jars.

St. Joseph County:

  • South Bend:
    • Pasture’s Delightswebsite, social media, pickup locations, email: marketing@pasturesdelights.com, cell: 260-366-6455. Raw milk – Ayrshire cow and Nubian/Toggenburg goats. See main listing under Decatur (Adams County).
    • Seven Sons Farms, web: http://sevensons.net/locations/south-bend, phone: 877-997-9449. Buying club pickup for raw milk cheese and other grassfed products.
    • Stevens Acres, Delivers to this area. See their full listing under Pierceton (Kosciusko County).
    • Third Day Organic Farm: Makes deliveries to South Bend. See their full listing under Walkerton.
  • Walkerton: Third Day Organic Farm, Nathan Walenga, 2814 Plymouth Laporte Trail Walkerton, IN 46574, phone: 574-245-0672, email: thirddayorganicfarm@gmail.com, web: http://www.localharvest.org/third-day-organic-farm-M64826. Certified Organic, strictly grassfed. Jersey Guernsey crosses, and some Holstein crosses. Raw pet food milk ($9/gallon), raw pet food kefir ($9/half gallon), grass-finished beef, in-season produce, pastured chickens. Cowshare program: $200 to join (refundable) $30 a month to receive one gallon of milk a week. Pick up at the farm, or Purple Porch Co-op. Regular deliveries also made to South Bend. Farm times are 9 am – 5 pm, Mon.-Tues., Thurs.-Fri., and Sat. Purple Porch times are 5 – 7 pm Wednesdays; 9 am – 1 pm Saturdays. Come any time during open hours for a tour. Call Nate any time before 7 pm. No Sundays please.

Shelby County:

  • St. Paul: KECMR Dairy Goats, (45 minutes from Indianapolis and Cincinnati; 5 minutes off of Interstate 74), Rob, email: kecmr@hotmail.com, phone: 812-662-6347 or 812-593-1517. Raw Nubian and LaMancha goat milk available through goatshare program. One-time use jugs provided for small fee. Animals are tested monthly with the state dairy program for protein, fat, and somatic cell count. Several herdshares are available. Goats are on pasture and alfalfa hay, plus 18 percent dairy feed. Brown and white eggs beginning late June.

Spencer County:

  • Rockport: Kramer Homestead/Mulberry Creek CSA, Gail & Glenn Stevens Shourds (owners), 5809 N Old State Rd., Rockport, IN, 47635, email: mulberrycreekcsa@gmail.com, phone: 812-489-1349, web: www.mulberrycreekcsa.com. Raw Jersey/Normande /Brown Swiss /Dutch Belted cow milk and Alpine/Nubian goat milk available. The cow herd is pasture-grazed year-round (weather permitting) on pesticide and herbicide-free pastures. The goat herd is raised on the same pastures as the cows and has access to trees and some browse. Cow milk is available year-round, but the goats have a dry period during the winter. Farm visits are encouraged and by appointment. Herdshares of milk and/or cheese, butter, yogurt, and other dairy products can be picked up at the farm or at limited area locations. They also sell grassfed and heritage beef, pork, lamb, and goat, eggs, produce, and honey at the Owensboro Regional Farmers Market, Owensboro, KY, April – October on Saturdays from 8 am – 1 pm.

Tippecanoe County:

Vigo County:

  • Terre Haute: Jennifer Utz, email: UtzTerreHaute@me.com. Raw dairy products from Amish raised, pastured cows available through herdshare. Email for information on cowshares and pickup in the Terre Haute/Vigo County area.

Wabash County:

  • Wabash:
    • Pasture’s Delightswebsite, social media, pickup locations, email: marketing@pasturesdelights.com, cell: 260-366-6455. Raw milk – Ayrshire cow and Nubian/Toggenburg goats. See main listing under Decatur (Adams County).
    • Stevens Acres,  Delivers to this area. See their full listing under Pierceton (Kosciusko County).

Wayne County:

  • Cambridge City:  Fagan Family Farm, Matt & Jamie Fagan (20 min. from Richmond; 30 min. from New Castle), phone 765-277-1377, email: info@faganfamilyfarm.com, web: www.faganfamilyfarm.com. Offering shares in a small herd of grass-fed registered Jersey cows. Contact Jamie for more details.\
  • Richmond: Pasture’s Delightswebsite, social media, pickup locations, email: marketing@pasturesdelights.com, cell: 260-366-6455. Raw milk – Ayrshire cow and Nubian/Toggenburg goats. See main listing under Decatur (Adams County).
  • Williamsburg: Henry Fisher, 8439 Carlos Road Williamsburg, IN 47393, phone: 765-886-4624. Offering cowshares from grassfed Jersey cows, pastured eggs, and pastured beef.

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    • Did you find someone ? I’m in Hendricks County and am leaning towards herd shares, I am an all Ayrshire cow herd. I was a Grade A farm until Feb when I had to stop because it was costing more to produce the milk for pickup than I was receiving . Some of my cows have gone to another dairy farm but they are struggling too and haven’t indicated they want anymore cattle at this time. The value of cows both alive and for slaughter has dropped drastically. I’ve been feeding milk to calves and dumping the rest.

  1. I’m in Carmel and looking for some Raw Milk Grass Fed only. What’s the best source for picking it up. I drove to Lafayette yesterday but couldn’t find the source. Thanks

    • I am buying grass fed raw milk from Pasture’s Delights He delivers to Carmel, Fishers, Indianapolis area every 2 weeks. I visited his farm in Decatur, IN its very clean and well maintained. (Editor’s note: You can see the complete listing above under Decatur.)

  2. Hello again, I’m still looking for a source near by that could provide grass fed beef/butter and raw milk and cheese.
    If anyone could help, I’d much rather support a local than continue to buy online. I go into Robinson, IL four times a week, if anyone knows of someone nearby, I would love to find one. Cow or goats milk, either one!

    • It’s me again. (Elizabeth)
      Thought I’d give it one more try. Is there anyone in the Terre Haute, IN or Robinson, IL area with raw cow or goats milk for sale? I really would like to make some raw yogurt or butter. Appearently I live in the twilight zone of raw milk land.

      • Hi Elizabeth I’m Ginger. I live 30 miles SE of Terre haute. I’ve also been trying to find a place to get raw milk. Would like cow and goat milk. I’ve been making my own yogurt from whole milk from the store. It’s much better than store bought but would really like to try it using raw milk.

        • Hi Ginger, Hi Elizabeth, I’m Janice If both of you are in Indiana, I may be able to help you out with some info but first need to see if the people I know are still doing goat and cow milk. They or the last time I knew (last yr) had a pet food label that they were selling under and are located SW of Indy. And I just learned today that I’m not shipping enough milk for my milk cooperative to keep a truck picking my milk up, I have mostly Ayrshire but a couple of Holstein dairy cows, so if I get let go I may be trying to do cow shares, pet food label or both, just don’t know right now.

      • Elizabeth, not really, just got to know where these herds are, not everybody posts or even knows this page exists. I didn’t until a few yrs ago when I was looking for something else, as a Grade A producer I almost fell over. I don’t think IL allows anything over there, cowshares, goat shares, pet food labels…Matter of fact since posting my other comments I’ve thought of somebody else that might even be closer than the people I personally know. Like me, they shipped milk too, but then stuff happens or things change and the milk check isn’t as big as it use to me or somebody else wants a bigger cut. And the next thing you know, you are getting a bill for your milk to be picked up because there wasn’t enough there to cover it or the truck just doesn’t show up. I never expected to see my milk cooperative people this morning. So let me send a couple of emails and see if I get any feedback & I’ll let you know what I find out.

  3. Sanders Farm, located in Northwest Indiana.
    Great source for raw milk, organic butter and cheese, locally raised meats, honey and maple syrup. Bring cash.

  4. I am also looking for a raw milk cow share near Vincennes. My son has been drinking raw milk for 6 years and cannot tolerate processed. He will be going to VU. So, I will either need to figure out a way to have it delivered to him or buy him a share closer to VU.

  5. My address is Morgantown. We raise grass fed beef. I also have raw goat milk. The goats’ diet is mainly grass but they do get oats and sunflower seeds when I milk. Email me if you have questions. lllsycamorevalley@ icloud.com. (Lower case L in front of sycamore)

      • Oops, I need another set of eyes in there, I meant to say, eating just grass or hay alone will not put any weight on the cows, they need to maintain their weight especially during weather like the last 2 winters have been in my area. My cows have access to a loafing area but are not in a confinement barn.

    • I am interested in purchasing raw cream. I work in New Castle and could pick it up at 3 30 week days. What kind of containers do I need? Plastic milk jugs OK?

  6. My kids had a lot of dental problems. They also had a lot of gut issues. Several months ago we starting taking probiotics. At the same time I started sprinkling some on my dogs food. He had very bad buildup on his teeth and although we always talked about getting his teeth cleaned we never got around to it. My kids came home for Thanksgiving from college and they both freaked out about the dogs teeth. All the buildup was completely gone!!! Pretty much white except for some staining near the gums. Will see if that clears up. But we have started to rinse with probiotics. I have read a lot on the subject and healthy bacteria in the mouth seems to be an important thing for dental health. Ps probiotics helped with a lot of things for us. My one son and I noticed a huge difference in focus and energy etc etc etc

  7. I know a family who freezes their raw milk. They simply thaw it at room temp overnight. They say the fat separates in a funny way, but they still drink it. If you make yogurt or kefir from the milk – then it will last for weeks in refrigeration. That is what we do – because it is so inconvenient to obtain our raw milk. 🙂 Hope that helps.

    • We skim most of the cream from our milk and make butter ourselves with it…helps off set some of the cost of the milk…all you need is cream and preferably a food processor or a hand mixer if you really want to do it and do not have the processor (though it takes like 40ish mins with the hand mixture)

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