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The Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund (FTCLDF) protects your right to provide and obtain raw milk. All raw milk producers should be members of the FTCLDF and we strongly encourage all raw milk consumers to help protect their access to raw milk by becoming consumer members as well. www.farmtoconsumer.org
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- 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.
Statewide-Private Buying Club:
- Miller’s Biodiversity Farm: leave a message at: 717-786-7895.100 percent grass-fed. 100 percent of their milk is A2-A2. Real nutrient-dense products directly from the farmer. Have your order shipped in the mail to your home. Reduced or free delivery to groups in NJ, NY, and MA. Open to establishing new group pickup sites. Willing to be a vendor at your workshop or conference. Products: raw grass-fed milk – cow, goat, sheep and camel, raw yogurt – cow, goat and sheep, raw kefir – cow, goat and sheep, raw cheese – cow, goat and sheep, raw cream, sour cream, cottage cheese w/ cream, butter, ice cream; pasture raised meats – beef, pork and soy-free poultry, soy-free fertile pastured eggs, tallow, pork fat, lard, beef and chicken stocks, cultured vegetables, homemade breads, soaked/dried nuts and seeds, raw honey, maple syrup, kombucha, beet kvass. We are a private buying club; $25/year to create an account and purchase with us. Visit amishbiofarm.com for details or to become a member. We guarantee customer service and product quality.
Adairville: Moo 2 U Dairy, Mike Armstrong, 1819 Dot Rd. Adairville, KY 42202, email: Moo2U@hughes.net, phone 615-804-6164, Facebook: MilkmanMikeMoo2U. One mile from the Tennessee/Kentucky state line, approximately 50 miles north of Nashville. Moo2U delivers herd shares to the greater Nashville area and Clarksville. The majority of the herd’s diet is grass-based from pasture, dry hay and grass silage. The diet is supplemented with feed mixed locally to support the vitamin and mineral requirements of the herd. The feed program focuses on health of the cows not higher production. Cows are milked once a day. Antibiotics are only used for the health purposes and a licensed veterinarian oversees the use. No growth hormones ever used. Bulls are A2 certified. Milk can be certified for concerned herdshare members. Herdshare agreement is $50/year. Milk is $8/gallon delivered to a drop point. $7 on the farm
Austin: Kenny’s Country Cheese, 2033 Thomerson Park Rd., Austin KY 42123, phone: 270- 434-4124, toll-free: 1-888-571-4029, email: email@example.com. Raw milk cheeses (Gouda, White Cheddar, Colby, Monterey Jack, Jarlsberg, Asiago and flavored varieties) from primarily grain-fed cows. No hormones or unnecessary antibiotics used. Available at their Austin cheese shop, by mail order, and in fine food stores in Lexington, Elizabethtown, and Louisville.
Bluegrass Region: Email: Jerseymilk96@hotmail.com. Cowshares available for individuals or groups. Jersey cows are grass fed and no hormones, steroids, or antibiotics are used. Natural animal husbandry practiced.
Bonnieville: Misty Valley Farm: Mark Easterday, 515 Bolton School Rd, Bonnieville, KY 42713, 6 miles north on 357 from Munfordville, get to Munfordville on I-65. phone 270-531-2604, or 270-709-5888, email firstname.lastname@example.org. They have Jersey cows. Herd management is as natural as possible. Herdshares are available at $5 a share (refundable), with a $5 weekly maintenance fee. Please also provide one glass wide mouth gallon jar with each share. Each share entitles the owner to approximately one gallon of milk, and pays for feeding and maintaining the cows and equipment. An example of costs for someone who wanted two shares: They would pay a one-time cost of $10, plus $10 weekly maintenance fee, and receive ~2 gallons of milk. The next pick up day, for as long as they own their shares, they would only pay $10 and would pick up their two gallons of milk. When they no longer want part ownership in the herd, the farm will buy back the two shares for $10.
- Faithful with Little Farm, (Bowling Green,Brownsville, Mammoth Cave), Jon, Rina and family, phone: 270-779-0445, email: email@example.com, web: faithfulwithlittlefarm.wordpress.com/, blog.rinamarie.com. Raising Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats and Guernsey cows with raw whole milk herdshares available for each. Animals are rotated weekly through fresh pasture and fed fresh organic barley grass (fodder) daily. Animals are never given vaccinations or hormones, they receive herbal preventatives for worms and antibiotics are only administered if medically necessary (most animals on the farm have never received antibiotics, as care is managed with the goal of maintaining excellent health.) For more information about herdshares and their standards of care, visit this page.
Brandenburg: Cooper Family Farm, Jennie and Dave Cooper, 2610 Molly Brown Road, Brandenburg, KY, 40108, phone: 270-422-5026, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, web: www.cooperfamilyfarm.com. They milk registered Jerseys on a small family farm serving Fort Knox, Radcliff, Elizabethtown, Louisville and surrounding areas. Cows are predominantly pasture-fed, receiving only a small ration of soy-free grain at milking time. No hormones are ever used and antibiotics are used only when medically necessary. They also offer shareholders seasonal access to cheese, butter, meat, poultry, eggs and produce. Shares are available for pickup every day except Sunday, during daylight hours. If interested in Jersey herd shares, please telephone before 8 pm or email anytime with your contact information and they’ll call you. They also have heifer calves available once per year for those interested in owning and milking their own family cow. See website for availability.
Breeding (Adair County): JG Farm, contact Lisa, phone: 270-378-5871 or 608-567-4277, email: email@example.com. Milk shares available from grass fed A2 purebred Guernsey cow. This cow has been tested and proven to have A2/A2 beta casein. She is mostly grass fed with a small amount of organic dairy feed given at milking time. Every effort made to use only organic products such as organic fly spray made of essential oils. She is hand milked into stainless steel buckets, milk is strained, chilled in the freezer, and stored in glass jars. You may sample the milk first by appointment. Local pick up from farm. May be able to meet you in town depending on the quantity and location. Shares cost $6 per week and will provide one gallon of milk per week. They can be paid monthly. You can provide your own jars, or purchase 1/2 gallon jars for $2.50 per jar including a lid.
Buffalo: Little Brush Creek Farm, Ray Kruse (owner), 693 Big Brush Creek Road, Buffalo KY 42716, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Raw goat milk available through goatshares. Pasture-raised goats and beef; no growth hormones, antibiotics only as a medical necessity and worming as needed, not as scheduled. They also have rabbit meat and rabbits for pets.
Cadiz: Jubilee Farm, Heather Lasseter, PO Box 942, Cadiz KY 42211, phone: 270-206-5562, email: Ky.email@example.com. Milking Jersey cows fed non-medicated, non-GMO feeds. Raw milk available through dairy shares. Milk available for pick up daily by appointment only.
Caneyville: Collins Farm, Tom and Courtney Collins, Caneyville, KY email: firstname.lastname@example.org, website: http://acownamedgeorgia.
Columbia (Adair County): Tom and Lynelle Frazier, phone: 985-215-5206 or 985-215 2359, email: email@example.com. Milk shares available from pastured, Jersey cows. They are fed a small amount of non-GMO oats and corn pre-soaked in apple cider vinegar 2x/day, and alfalfa at feeding. Milking is done by single-cow milker into a closed stainless steel container, and immediately strained into jars, chilled for two hours in a freezer, and refrigerated until pick-up. Milk has not been A2 tested, but cows are full Jersey. No antibiotics, hormones, etc. Local pick-up from farm. Call, text, or email for additional information. Shareholders will sign a 6 month/26 week share agreement, renewable every 6 months. Each share holder will receive a share of milk each week – approximately one gallon per week, depending on production. $160 for 26 weeks, per share. Installment payments available. Payment due at first pick-up or before. Two clean gallon glass jars per share due at first week’s pick-up or before, and then a clean jar brought for rotation each week. Please label the lids of jars with your name. No rain checks, shares not picked up are forfeited. Call/text/email if share will be forfeited or picked up by someone else.
Corbin: Val Carmichael 91 C A DR Corbin, KY 4070,1 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Brown Swiss cattle that are A2 tested. No unnecessary antibiotics, steroids or hormones given. Sold by herdshare. Great milk for consumption and cheese/butter making.
Dry Ridge: High Spruce Farmstead, Elly Cole, 2295 Eagle Tunnel Rd. Glencoe, KY 41046, phone: 859-559-7034, email: email@example.com, web: highsprucefarmstead.com. Facebook: High Spruce Farm. Cows are Jersey (A2/A2) and Brown Swiss. Cows are fed non-GMO grain, pasture during warm months and local hay in the winter. Monthly testing of milk, no antibiotics. Milk, FTCLDF Herd Shares- cost $30/share, $4 boarding fee per share, pick up at the farm from 8 am-7 pm, No calls after 8 pm, some delivery available upon request. Visitors welcome by appointment. Located in Northern KY between I-71 and I-75; call for further directions.
Glasgow: Willow Hills, web: willowhills.org, phone: 270- 427-4238. Raw milk from grass-fed Jersey cows via a cowshare program. No grain is fed, no pharmaceuticals used. Also offer grass-fed beef and lamb, and pastured chicken, pork, and eggs.
Kirksey: Wades Creek Farm, Charles Palmer, 423 Old Hickory Road, Kirksey, KY, 42054. Phone: 270-293-6989, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Facebook: WadesCreekProduce. Registered jersey herd, pasture fed, No hormones are ever used and antibiotics are used only when medically necessary. Shares are available for pickup every day. If interested in Jersey herd shares, please telephone before 8 pm or email or text anytime with your contact information.
- Lexington Cow Poolers, email: email@example.com, Facebook: facebook.com/pages/Lexington-CowPoolers/169843653099592?fref=ts. Group partnering with a local farmer for shares in grass-fed Jersey cows. Cows graze openly on native pasture and receive small quantities of grain, with hay fed in the winter months when fresh grass is less abundant in the pasture. No hormones or steroids used. Ailments are treated by natural herbal methods when possible, but antibiotics may be used as a last-resort life-saving measure. If an animal is treated with antibiotics, it is completely taken off-line until all antibiotics are out of its system and her natural strength is renewed. Milk, cream, and butter available.
- Sara Belle’s My Cow, email:firstname.lastname@example.org. Grass-fed raw Jersey cow milk available via cowshares. Grass-fed on native pasture plus some local alfalfa hay and dairy feed containing extra protein, vitamins, and minerals with each milking. For the cowshare to be feasible, there must be between 15-25 people buying shares. Share owners will pay the farmer 1/25th of the cow’s purchase price up front, then 1/25th of her ongoing management costs (feed, milking labor, housing, pasture/hay) monthly and receive 1/25th of her production. Members are welcome to purchase more than one share to receive more milk. Ongoing costs will be lower if people become shareowners so that the farmer can get another cow. They plan to get a Guernsey, to increase the amount of A2 milk they are consuming, and at that point would switch to a herdshare rather than a cowshare so shareholder milk supply would be uninterrupted; they must sell at least 40 shares to justify that. Their goal is to have one cow of every breed and give school and public demonstrations on real milk production. Shareholders will need to provide containers for the milk. If enough people are interested the farmer will pool resources to order containers from the same place she got hers. Monthly management fee covers labor, materials, facilities and equipment to feed, care for and shelter the cow, collect the milk, put shareholder milk in their containers, and deliver it to a central location one day each week (day/location will depend on what makes the most sense for the most shareholders).
- SlakMarket Farm: Abraham Family, Athens Walnut Hill Pike, in Lexington KY, off Old Richmond Rd. Email: Kenya@SlakMarket.com, web: RealMilkLexington.com. Grassfed Guernsey and Jersey cows, sheep, rabbits, meat goats, and chickens. Providing raw milk, raw milk dairy products, eggs, grassfed beef, lamb and goat meat. SlakMarket Farm uses organic halal practice, methods, and management to humanely raise animals. With the belief that animals have rights concerning their care and welfare at every step and stage of their lives. It is the management’s intention to provide the farm herd with this quality of life, as well as provide a more healthy product to the herd share members. The animals are raised on grass pasture and given hay in the barn during winter months. If and when grass is not available they receive some supplement of non-GMO feed. Cows are given a small ration of non-GMO feed at milking time along with home grown fodder and minerals. Herd share fee is $5.00 per year. Products are for members only and include a service fee to be paid at time of pick up. Service fees are for the services and boarding of the farm herd, e.g., half-gallon of raw milk service fee is $5.00. Customers must use the website to apply for the herd share program. Product pick up days are usually on Monday and Thursday. Delivery available for an additional fee to a limited area.
Liberty: Zimmerman’s Farmstead Cheese, web: littlecheeseshop.com. From 100% grass-fed cows, on mineral-enhanced pastures. No drugs used. Order online; shipped anywhere in US.
- SunChance Farm, (30 minutes from Louisville metro area in Clark County), email: Christine@sunchancefarm.com, web: sunchancefarm.com/herdshares.htm. Herdshares on a herd of Alpine and Oberhasli goats.
- Natural Choice Family Farm, Doug Dunlevy (owner), 6904 Hwy 160 East, Henryville IN 47126 (20 miles from Louisville; 1 mile from Interstate I-65), cell phone: 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.
- 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:email@example.com, 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 grass fed and grass finished beef and lamb, free range eggs and pork, pasture raised chicken and turkey, and 100 percent grass fed raw dairy products. Deliveries throughout Southern Indiana. Also available every Saturday at the New Albany Farmer’s Market across the river from Louisville.
- (Henry County) Pink Elephant Farm & Kitchen, Jenny & Justin, 6964 Ballardsville Rd, Smithfield, KY. email: firstname.lastname@example.org web: pinkelephantfarm.com. Facebook: pinkelephantfarm. As part of a small and diverse farm, they are milking grass-fed jersey cows. Milk is available in glass jars through a cow-share program with on-farm pickup or delivered weekly to the Greater Louisville area. Cows are maintained in a low-stress environment, given ample rest from milking before calving, and are rotated through organically-maintained pastures. No hormones or antibiotics are used and cows are not fed any grain. The farm also sells pastured eggs, vegetables and blueberries through a CSA model.
Mayslick: Artisan Valley Farms, Wesley Newell, 4312 Johnson Lane Mayslick KY 41055 phone: 888-590-5510, website: www.artisanvalleyfarms.com. Will be offering herd shares in grass-fed Jersey cows. Fed with non-GMO molasses-coated alfalfa cubes at milking time. Additional products include: grass-fed beef, lamb, free-range pork, poultry and other artisan foods. Delivery area will include Lexington, KY and Cincinnati, OH. This market is supplied by a group of Amish farmers in Mayslick, KY.
Mount Sterling: Hellion’s Hilltop Farm, Dee Woosley, phone: 859-556-2560 or 859-326-7359, email email@example.com, web: hellionshilltopfarm.com.Shares available in Jersey cows and goat herd. Animals girls graze on pasture and receive hay in the winter when fresh grass is not available. They are given a small amount of non-GMO grain at milking time. No hormones used. Antibiotics may be used as a life saving measure, with that cow’s milk disposed of until all antibiotics are out of her system. Each cow and goat is given a two month rest period before birthing. New milkers are added from their own herd to minimize outside illnesses being introduced.
Mount Vernon: Oakes Dairy, Dori Oakes, 234 Cardinal Hollow Road, Mount Vernon, KY, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Lamancha Goats, pasture fed, supplemented with certified safe alfalfa product called chaffhaye. Herdshare only. Email for copy of bill of sale and herdshare agreement.
North and Central KY: The Double O Farms, Gary Oaks, phone: 502-857-1306, email: email@example.com. Shares available in A2 Jersey operation. These cows graze openly on pastures and receive hay in the winter months when fresh grass is less abundant in the pastures. No hormones or steroids are administered; antibiotics may be used as a life-saving measure (and that cow’s milk taken off line until the antibiotics have cleared). Cows are allowed to rest sufficiently before calving. Replacement cows are raised from their own calves to minimize outside illnesses being introduced to their herd.
Owenton: Hawes Dairy Farm, Bob and Teresa Hawes, 1020 Rockdale Rd., Owenton KY 40359, phone: 502-209-0535, email (preferred): firstname.lastname@example.org. Crossbred dairy cows, always on pasture. Grazing is managed following the principles of Andre Voisin as outlined in Grass Productivity. Cattle are grass-fed, and are only given a limited amount of grain in the parlor. Cows receive no r-BST, no GMO feeds, and no soy. Visitors are welcome by prior arrangement. Raw milk is available through herdshares.
Payneville: Twin Lakes Farm, Marjorie Opie, Payneville KY 40157, email: Feel2GoodNaturally@yahoo.com, phone: 270-496-4974. Raw milk and yogurt from grass-fed Alpine goats. Marjorie is a natural health practitioner who has raised Alpine goats for over 21 years. They are fed (non-certified) organic hay in the winter and graze on organic pasture in the summer while drinking natural spring water. No antibiotics or growth hormones given. Milk available for pet consumption.
- Four Sisters Farm, Melodie Lincavage, 310 Beckah Drive, phone: 859-353-1104, email: Contact@four-sisters-farm.com, web: four-sisters-farm.weebly.
com. Alpine, Nubian, and Toggenburg herd shares. All pasture raised. No corn products. No antibiotics, growth hormones, or chemical dewormers used. Raw goat milk, cheese, and hand made soap.
- (all of Madison County): Madison CowPoolers, email: email@example.com, web: madisoncowpoolers.wordpress.
com. Group partnering with a local farmer for shares in grass-fed Jersey cows. Cows graze openly on native pasture and receive small quantities of grain, with hay fed in the winter months when fresh grass is less abundant in the pasture. No hormones or steroids used. Ailments are treated by natural herbal methods when possible, but antibiotics may be used as a last-resort life-saving measure. If an animal is treated with antibiotics, it is completely taken off-line until all antibiotics are out of its system and her natural strength is renewed. Milk, cream, and butter available.
Sadieville: Brook-Lin Jerseys, Linda Stone (owner/operator), (6 miles off I-75 between Lexington and Cincinnati), email: brooklinJerseys@yahoo.com, web: localharvest.org/brook-lin-jerseys-M13576 or brook-linJerseys.blogspot.com. Linda has an Animal Husbandry/Ag, Dairy degree from the State University of New York, is a retired Vet. tech. and has been milking cows for more than 25 years. The farm and cows have been AWA (animalwelfareapproved.org) for four years. The registered Jersey cows are bred and tested for A2 milk, are outside 24/7 on grass pastures and woods, and milked outside. They feed a limited amount of non-GMO grain ration mix with Crystal Creek’s Organic vitamins and minerals, with flax seed oil added. For additional minerals, Thorvin Kelp and Redmond salt are available free choice. They never feed commercial processed feed, soy, or wheat. Cows are vaccinated and milk is tested regularly. No unnecessary antibiotics are given. Visits welcome; you can pet the calves and try your hand at milking.
South Central KY:
- Spring Hills Farm, Roland and Dawn Hoffman, 479 Payne Mill Rd., Glasgow KY 42141, phone: 270-646-2838, email: AllNatural@springhillsfarm.com, web: springhillsfarm.com. Pasture-raised goat meat and pasture-raised beef, with no hormones or prophylactic antibiotics.
- Thousand Hills Farm, Quentin or Bethany, (South Central KY near Summer Shade), phone: 1-765-586-8464, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, web: localharvest.org/thousand-hills-farm-M44144. Forming herdshares: One-time payment of $100 buys part ownership in a cow, plus $34/week boarding and delivery fee. They will deliver to Louisville, Lexington, and Nashville for groups of 10 shares or more, and to Bowling Green, Elizabethtown and Glasgow for 5 shares or more. Milking Jerseys right now but looking to move towards the Ayrshire breed. They run their dairy herd on a managed intensive grazing program maximizing production on forage, feeding only small quantities of grain (6 pounds/day or less). In the winter they combine feed with root crops and hay from the farm. The farm has not had non-organic chemicals used on it in over 5 years. They plan to run the farm with draft animals. Also have eggs and plan to have lamb, wool and possibly sheep milk. Visits are welcome any time.
Stanford: Normindy Farm, Norm and & Cindy Aube, phone: 606-303-1150, email: Normindyfarm@aol.com. They have herd shares available from their Jersey cows. Cows are on pasture and fed a small amount of grain during milking. No growth hormones are ever used. Each herd share is $7 which provides a gallon of fresh milk per week. Delivery is available to Lexington weekly. They also have eggs available from their free-range chickens. $3/dozen.
Tyner: Sturgeon Creek Farm, Scott and Kathy Shore, 3815 Big Barn Rd, Tyner, KY 40486, phone: 606-287-3905, email: email@example.com, Facebook: sturgeoncreekfarm. A micro dairy- currently two goats with a third hopefully milking later this year. They offer raw goat milk from pastured animals, yogurt, butter, hard and soft cheeses, with plans to produce soap in the future. Milk prices are $8/gallon (please bring your own containers) and cheeses are $10/pound. Farm is open 7 days a week 9 am-5 pm (please call ahead). They are happy to offer tours to meet the animals. Deliveries can be made to the local area with prior arrangements. Farm is located just off Route 30 East (toward Booneville) on Big Barn Rd.
Villa Hills: Seven Sons Farms, Villa Hills Buying Club, 2046 Damson Dr, Villa Hills, KY 41017, phone: 877-620-1977, web: https://sevensons.net/locations/villa-hills, Facebook: sevensonsfarms. Buying club pickup for raw milk cheese, raw camel milk, and pasture-raised meats & eggs.
Williamstown: Carmen Lebo, phone: 859-391-7322, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Raw goat milk for soap making, etc. from Nubian goats will be available again in May 2014. No hormones or antibiotics used. Green and brown eggs. available.
Wilmore: Turnpike Fresh Delivery LLC, Terry Turner lll & Daniel Pike, phone: 859-209-0628, email: email@example.com. Their site to sign up at is pikevalleyfarm.com. They are a fresh milk delivery service and transport milk into town to a more convenient drop off location in Wilmore. Grass-fed Jersey cows are supplemented with some hay during winter and just a little grain at milking time. Their milk is free, but they do charge an $8 per gallon delivery fee. Milk is available Tuesday-Wednesday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Windsor: Maid-N-Meadows, web: www.maidnmeadows.com Facebook: facebook.com/maidnmeadows. Raw milk cheeses made from their cows, which are grass-fed. There are eight cheese varieties, including cheddar. They will gladly ship cheese to the lower 48 states, or meet them at one of their farmer’s markets. More information available at their webpage.