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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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Sources of real milk and real milk products in Mississippi:

Belmont: Covenant Creek Farm, Stephen & Chris Holland, email: covenantcreek@yahoo.com, web: covenantcreekgoatmilksoap.com. They have raised dairy goats and provided raw milk since 1993. Their registered Saanens, Alpines, and Oberhaslis produce rich milk that is great for cheese making. Call for appointment and to order. Milk must be picked up at the farm, located off HWY 25. Soaps and lotions can be ordered online from the website.

Brandon: Southern Touch Farm, Susan & Dennis Davis, (~20 minutes east of Jackson), phone: 601-825-2676, email: davisds5@bellsouth.net, web: southerntouchfarm.com. Show quality dairy goat herd of Toggenburg, Oberhasli, Alpine, Nubian, and LaMancha breeds. They manufacture their own feed and use no chemical additives. Herd health is maintained with minimal use of chemical wormers and they keep no milk from a goat that has been treated with medications of any kind. A very small flock of hens is maintained and they also have a miniature horse and a rare miniature Jersey cow. They manufacture and sell handmade goat milk soap (see soap works portion of the website for more information). Scheduled visits to the farm are welcomed.

Etta: Garrett Farm, Sara Garrett, phone: 901-361-2041. Herd shares available on grass-fed Jersey cows.

Eupora: Bailey Farms, Beth Bailey, 429 Starnes Tabernacle Rd (Clarkson Community). phone:  662-614-0385, email: heathbailey06@yahoo.com. They raise registered Nubians and use herbal worming practices. They also have limited Jersey milk available soon with cow shares. Mostly grass fed, happy animals. Pick up at farm. Call for availability.

Jackson: Pasteurized, but non-homogenized (cream top) cow milk can be purchased at the Mississippi Farmers Market in Jackson.

Lumberton: Hatikvah Farm, Paul and Linda Duplantis, 20 Buster Shaw Rd., Lumberton MS 39455 (in Stone County, halfway between Poplarville and Wiggins on Hwy 26), phone 601-928-5901, email: paldu01@bellsouth.net. Small herd of purebred, registered ADGA Nubian goats which are CAE free. Fresh or frozen raw goat milk in half-gallon containers which must be picked up at farm. Call or email for directions.

Ruth: Choctaw Ridge Farm, Beverly Greenwood, Ruth MS, 39662, phone: 601-823-0539, email: choctawridge@ymail.com. Nubian goats, hand-milked for personal use but as the girls are pastured on clover, they often have excess milk available at $6/gallon. Chicken and duck eggs are also sometimes available. Located between Brookhaven and Jayess. Contact them for specific directions/availability.

Saucier: 2-G Farm, Janet Cooper, 19357 Frank Ladner Rd., (1 hour south of Hattiesburg, 20 minutes from coast, 4 miles off Hwy 49), phone: 228-832-8777, cell: 228-861-7526, email: jcgoat1217@aol.com, web: 2-gFarm.com. Fresh or frozen raw goat milk available most of the year from CAE-free herd (tested annually) of Nubian goats. All milk must be picked up at farm. They also have geese and game chickens. Call ahead.

Seminary: Dogwood Hollow Farm, Dr. Carroll D. Pierce (owner), 630 Earl Brashier Rd., Seminary MS 39479 (halfway between Ellisville and Collins, just off Hwy 588), phone: 601-752-5552, email: dogwood@bayspringstel.net, web: dogwoodhollow.com. Raw milk available for sale at the farm generally year round from small 8 acre farm with herd of Nubian dairy goats. The goats, part of a show herd, are milked twice daily and the milk is then rapidly chilled to ensure its quality. The herd grazes on seasonal grasses on the farm. Summer grass is brown top millet and winter pasture is a mixture of oats, rye grass, wheat, red clover, winter peas, and purple hairy vetch. They are also fed a goat feed that the farmer devised, grass hay, alfalfa hay, and beet pulp. The farm can have fresh goat cheese and goat milk soap available when pre-ordered, and free-range chickens and eggs.

Vicksburg: Cypress Break Farm, 569 Poole Rd, Vicksburg, MS 39180, phone: 601-831-3985, email: cypressbreakfarm@gmail.com, Facebook: cypressbreakfarm. Registered LaMancha, American Alpine, and Nubian goats grazed on a 12-acre farm. Fed a specialized locally mixed feed for dairy goats. Raw milk is sold year-round by the gallon. They have soap made from their milk always available. Milk only sold on farm. They have cheeses and other goat products often available. Please call for directions and a pickup time.

Wiggins:

  • Crazzy Roadlizzard Ranch, John & Michelle Blocher, Wiggins MS (45 minutes from the coast), phone: 228-861-2015, text: 601-528-3831, email: johnblocherjr@yahoo.com. They raise a herd of purebred Nubians and sell fresh or frozen whole pasteurized milk. They also have brown and green eggs, California rabbits (live or dressed) and some Boer goats.
  • Kathy’s Kritters, Mike & Kathy Davis, 82 T.E. Breland Rd., Wiggins MS 39577, email: davis132283@bellsouth.net, phone: 601-928-4836. Fresh goat milk by the gallon for pickup on the farm from purebred Nubian goats.
  • Mommers Manor, Steve Scott (owner), phone: 228-806-3323. They sell raw and pasteurized milk from registered Nubian goats, so be sure to get the raw. Call ahead to arrange pickup time.

 

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43 thoughts on “Mississippi

  1. Thank you for the info. I’ve been looking for raw milk for a while. Your website has helped tremendously.
    Thanks again

  2. Jackson Farmers Market does *not* sell raw milk. There are two dairy vendors, T & R Dairy and Mauthe’s Progress Milk Barn, both of which do not sell un-pasteurized milk, but do sell non-homogenized milk. Most people that I speak to about this are under the misconception that non-homogenized means raw. Please update the entry for the Mississippi page

      • I am looking for a raw goats milk source for my brother that is very ill..and maybe raw colostrum(its very hard to get I know)..anyway he lives in Lincoln county mississippi if anyone can help it would so be appreciated..thanks in advance to anyone that can help..God bless 🙂 phone (254)-449-4229 Priscilla M…I live in Tx and am trying to help him.

  3. Wow I thought it was impossible to get raw milk here! Awesome! I have locations within a 30-45 min drive from home, but they’re on my way to and from school twice a week. 🙂 I hope those locations have non-grain/cornfed goats. I wish all the farmers gave you the goats’ feed.

  4. If my information is correct, there are 2 ways to pasteurize the milk.
    the first is the method that Big Milk uses, which is to keep it at an extremely high temp for a short amount of time, which in turn destroys ALL bacteria.

    the second method which is slower and possibly more expensive, is to keep the milk at a lower temperature for a longer time in order to kill any “bad” bacteria while still allowing the “good” bacteria to live.

    I, in theory, am fine with the second method.

    and remember to support bacteria! It’s the most culture that some people have!

    • It was described to me this way: commercial pasteurization takes place at 180 degrees Fahrenheit for a fraction of a second (forced through a nozzle) while low-temp is 120 degrees in a large tub for a lengthy period of time. The low-temp method is supposed to be less harmful to the natural microbes and enzymes (which is what you’re really after) but I’m not convinced. Most of the rest of the world (think the mideast, Asia and India), human babies, every mammal, and everyone who lived between 100 and 10,000 years ago all drink raw milk. Cooked milk is a processed food.

  5. Hi, I’m looking for raw cows milk in the jones county area. We will be visiting famy over the holidays and that is what my 4 and 15 month old drink. Thanks for any information.

      • Hi Katie!
        Unfortunately, I didn’t! There are a few places that sell raw goats milk but didn’t find any raw cows milk! So sad! It makes me not want to travel home until my little one’s diet doesn’t mostly consist of milk. Good luck in your search….if you find any, please let me know.

        • thanks so much for the reply! i feel ya. if i find a source i will let you know for future visits! i know ms restricts to raw goats milk with 9 or less lactating does… so silly!

      • I’ve had raw goat milk and raw cow milk. Cow milk separates the cream at the top, goat milk holds the cream blended into the milk. Both are delicious; try them. My only preference for cow milk is to get cream for whipped cream, coffee, creme brulee, custard, etc. Some farmers like goats because they live on less food, take up less room, have a different temperament, and can produce a lot of milk for a small animal. When you see people around the world who keep goats, it’s largely for their abundant milk from limited resources.

  6. Any raw milk (cow or goat), butter, cheese, or eggs near Memphis TN? If so, I can come to the farm to buy. Email me at: classxcredit(at)yahoo(dot)com

    • Don’t know where to find raw around there. Brown’s Family Dairy near Oxford has low-temp pasteurized, non-homogenized Jersey milk, sold in glass bottles.

  7. – hello, to find good clean healthy source for raw cow and goat milk, cheeses, soaps. free range chicken eggs. Thanks.

  8. You cannot buy raw cow’s milk in ms unless you are able to find a private source. In which case it would be a secret 🙁 however there is a source of low temp non homogenized jersey milk from a place called country girls creamery. They are located in lumberton and have products in stores as well as sell at farmers market. They have a website which you can just plug their name into Google and it will pull up! Happy hunting!

    • The Country Girl Dairy milk is really good. I knew it was not homogenized but didn’t realize they used the low temp pasteurization method. That is good to know.

  9. Raw cow’s milk is NOT illegal in Mississippi. SELLING raw cow’s milk(for money) in Mississippi is illegal; however, you can TRADE / barter goods with dairy farmers for raw milk or I believe some allow you to buy a ‘portion’ of their dairy cow in exchange for raw milk .

  10. I am looking for raw cows milk near the Natchez area. It would be about 1 1/2 hours for me. Please contact me at 318-787-3025 if any one know of a farm that has what AI am looking for.

  11. I am looking for raw goats milk for an orphan pony foal. It is all he can drink and I am having trouble finding a reliable source in the Memphis area. you can contact me at 9014914098 Thank you. He is only two weeks old and needs this milk in order to make it

  12. I live in Tupelo, Lee County. I’m new to this area. Please email me if you know of the nearest dairy or farm where I can get access, legally, to cow or goat raw milk. Thank you. gandyjs@gmail.com

      • You cannot have raw milk and it be pasturized. Raw milk is milk that has not been changed in any way. just strained and cooled from the cow or goat. Pasteurization is totally different from raw milk.

  13. Hey Steve… Farm sales are legal in the state of MS. I am not sure about up where you are to find of anyone who does sell. However you are also close to TN where you may have better luck locating a herdshare to be a part of (if that drive isn’t too far for you.) I have not had luck finding raw milk from anyone around here, goat occasionally but only seasonally. I have had luck finding non homogenized low temp pasteurization from grassfed jerseys. Sorry I am not much help, but hope you find something soon. It just seems people have become VERY hesitant to offer raw milk especially if they have a thriving sales with pasteurization.

  14. I got recently stationed here in Meridian, Mississippi, is there any dairy farms or homegrown markets that would sell Raw Milk? I would greatly appreciate any good information. I remember, in Georgia, farmers used to do it and sell it as “Pet Food.”

    Sincerely,
    Bruno

  15. What is the law regarding selling raw cow’s milk? I have a jersey that I get 2-3 gallons from a day ,but once her calf is off it will be up towards 5 gallons a day. My email is bailey.clls4@gmail.com if anyone has info on the law.

  16. Hi, i live in Baton Rouge, la but willing to travel to get ( barter, trade) for raw goat or cow milk. Please let me know if anyone has found any resources, thanks.

  17. Hi,

    I am looking to buy and pick up about 3-4 gallons of raw goat/cow milk every two weeks. Preferably from goats/cows, which are not fed anything that is GMO. You can email, call or text. I am in Greenville, Mississippi

    Thank You,

    Pawan

    3154156179
    pawansk_1@yahoo.com

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