Important Message to All Raw Milk Producers and Consumers:
The Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund (FTCLDF) protects your right to provide and obtain raw milk. All raw milk producers should be members of the FTCLDF and we strongly encourage all raw milk consumers to help protect their access to raw milk by becoming consumer members as well.

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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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  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 Nebraska:

Atkinson: Clover Cove Ranch Dairy, Jerry and Kathleen Gotschall, along with sons Marcus and Benjamin, 86389 468th Ave. Atkinson NE 68713 (20 miles south of Atkinson and Stuart; in the Holt Creek valley on the NE rim of the Nebraska Sand Hills), phone: 402-925-2431, web: Certified Organic and completely grass-fed dairy and beef. They milk their Jersey, Ayrshire, Holstein, and Guernsey cows year round. Raw milk, cream, ghee, and butter for sale at the ranch. Eggs from free-range chickens. The Gotschall family has been in the cattle business for over 70 years and milking cows since 1986. The land and cattle herd have been certified organic by Midwest Organic Services Association (MOSA) since 2001.

Dunbar: Quiet Waters Farm, Jean Slocum, Dunbar NE, phone: 402-414-1174, email:, web: The Slocums began milking goats 20 years ago and then switched to Jersey cows. They’ve now come full circle and are back to milking goats. Their stock is Saanen and Nubian goats who graze pasture and receive a small amount of GMO-free, organic grain. They are fed free choice Redmond salt and kelp plus a bit of Herbal Seed Treat every day. Antibiotics are only used as a last resort and steroids or hormones are never used.

Kimball: Johnson Family, email: Raw goat milk, cheese, butter, eggs, meat goats, butcher ready chickens, rabbits and pigs (weaners or butcher readys). They feed only organic feeds. No hormones or additives used.


  • CharLia Acres, Lia Langston, (10 miles S of Lincoln off Hwy 77), phone: 402-430-3468, email:, web: Milk and cream from grass-fed Jersey cows.  Holistically cared for with no hormones or antibiotics. Eggs from free-range chickens fed certified organic soy-free feed.
  • Kranz Family, Josie and Christopher Kranz, 6205 W. Claire Ave, Lincoln NE 68523 (1 mile W of Pioneers Park), phone: 402-797-2378, email:, web: Raw milk and cream from pastured cows and milk-raised, fresh-air pork available year round.

Milford: Lomah Acres (25 miles west of Lincoln), email:, phone: 402-761-2259. Raw goat milk and goat milk soaps available from a small herd of ADGA registered Nubian goats as well as Kinder goats. Goats are also often for sale during the spring and summer.

Palmyra: Divino Nino Family Farm, phone: 402-780-5287. Raw milk from grass-fed Guernsey cows. Also goat milk, naturally raised beef, and alfalfa hay.

Raymond: Branched Oak Farm, Doug and Krista Dittman, 17015 NW 70th, Raymond NE 68428 (in NW Lancaster County, 15 minutes north of Lincoln), phone: 402-783-2124, web: 20 to 30 Jersey cows are milked seasonally, April 1 thru Christmas, exclusively on grass. No grain is fed and the cows and land are Certified Organic thru Onecert. An on-farm cheese plant produces fresh cheeses as well as aged raw cheese. Cream and pastured eggs available in season.

Scottsbluff: Meadowlark Hearth, DBA Richard Everett Farm LLC, Beth and Nathan Corymb, 120024 Everett Dr., Scottsbluff NE 69361, phone: 308-632-3399, email: This farm has been Certified Organic since 2009 and certified for Biodynamic seed since 2010. They graze Ayrshire, Tarantaise, and Milking Shorthorn cows from the herd formerly at Cresset Community Farm in Loveland, Colorado. The herd is 100 percent pasture fed, receives no vaccinations, and is TB tested. It’s been a closed herd since 2000, using its own progeny. They offer milk with cream ($8.50/gallon; must be picked up at the farm), vegetables via CSA, and open-pollinated/heirloom vegetable seed. Farm internships available.

Seward: Mark and Jenny Johnson, 1257 182nd, (1.5 miles south of Rt. 34), phone: 402-525-5678, email: Milking 100% grass-fed Jersey/Normandy cross cows. Also have eggs from free-range chickens. No chemicals used. See pictures here:

Surprise:  Navrkal Family (in Butler county, 90 miles west of Omaha, ~60 miles northwest of Lincoln) email: Raw milk (whole or skim), and occasionally butter, cream, ice cream, and Greek yogurt from pasture-fed, Jersey cows. Organic feed, free choice salt, minerals, and cod liver oil lick tub. Cows tested negative for Brucellosis, BVD, TB, & Johnes. No hormones used. Also have eggs from free-range chickens that are supplemented with organic, soy-free feed.  Fresh, organic vegetables available during summer and autumn.

Unadilla/Syracuse area: Porter Family Farm, phone: 402-269-3096, email: Raw milk from Nubian dairy goats starting early April annually. Naturally-raised alfalfa hay fed during winter months and as a supplement to the goats’ browsing and grazing during the months they are in milk. In the warm months the goats graze on pasture with high levels of water-soluble carbohydrates from perennial ryegrass, timothy, and ladino clover. Goats have regular access to North Atlantic Sea Kelp for minerals. Call or email for more information.

West Point: Kvam Family Farm, Mark and Molly Kvam, 2235 K Road, West Point NE 68788, phone: 402-685-5263, email: Raw milk from grass-fed Jersey cows, eggs from pasture-raised hens, pastured broilers, grass-fed beef, natural pork, and raw honey. No hormones or antibiotics used.

92 thoughts on “Nebraska

    • Nick I would like to provide Raw Milk to the Omaha area I am trying to find out how much interest there would be for this. I am only 20 minutes from Village Point on paved road. I would like to find several families before I start. I have everything lined up to start except the people to buy it. E- mail or call @ 402-443-8859.

      • I know other than myself for my family, probably three to four other families that would be VERY interested in purchasing raw milk in the Omaha/Bellevue/Plattsmouth area! Please email if you follow through on this and receive and I will contact the others and let them know!

      • I would be interested! I live near Denison Iowa but drive weekly to Omaha. Would drive there anyways if there were a source for raw dairy.

      • I Would Definitely Be Interest It In Buying And Becoming A Regular Customer.. Email With Info And Prices Please

      • Hi, I’m definitely interested in buying pasture-fed raw milk for my baby. I’m living in West Omaha, near Elkhorn.
        Thank you very much!!

    • I am interested in raw milk in the Norfolk area. I have never had goat’s milk, but would consider it! Looking forward to hearing from you.

    • Jodi, Do you still sell raw goats milk in the Norfolk area… I would buy it if so. My 3 month old is on it and the people we get it from are not sure how much they will be able to provide for me thru the winter

  1. I am 15 minutes from Elkhorn anyone who wants to buy raw milk can contact me at 402-443-8859 or text this number also. Thanks Tim

    • Hi Tim,
      Are you selling raw milk? Is it pastured and organic? Are your cows fed grain at all and if so, is it organic and soy free? How much do you charge per gallon? Am I able to get it weekly on a standing order? I will need it starting in August. You can email me at Thank you!

    • Thanks for your helpfulness! Please ask the source to contact us to be listed on this site. We only list or mention raw milk farmers with their permission. Too often this site is used by gov’t agencies to find and harass farmers so we make sure they are willing to be mentioned here. Thanks for understanding!

  2. I would be interested in purchasing raw milk in the Omaha area. Would you be offering it on a daily or weekly basis?

  3. NEED to find organic raw milk from pastured cows in the Omaha area. Will be relocating Aug. 1st. I would prefer to get it weekly and I’ll need 3 gallons a week. If its within 20-30 miles, I can pick it up otherwise I would prefer it to be delivered. Thanks!

  4. Tim from Omaha,
    I attempted to call your number to inquire about your raw milk, but the phone went to voicemail which said that the owner of the phone hadn’t set up their voicemail for that line. I sent you a text. So hopefully you’ll see that.

    My family lives in Bellevue and we’re interested in your raw milk. We just wanted to know if your animals are pasture fed or grain fed and if they’re treated with hormones or any other chemicals that would affect the composition of the milk. Also what grade are you cooling at? Are you able to cool it fast enough for Grade A? If we buy milk from you do we need to bring our own milk bottles? Do you have a stand at the Farmer’s Market where we could meet you?

  5. We need a supplier in Omaha !!! There would be tons of support you just need to make sure it gets put on this website !!!!! Omaha suppliers where you at????

  6. I’m also interested in raw milk in the Omaha area. I see many of the posts for demand from Omaha consumers ended last fall. Has an Omaha supplier been found??

  7. living in the Bellevue area would love to get raw milk any suppliers close by to the area that sell raw milk please email me.

  8. would like to find some raw milk near omaha NE if any suppliers in the area will please let us know where the closest place to get some at.

  9. I can’t tell if anyone has found a raw milk (preferably cow, but I would be willing to try goat) near Omaha…there seems to be a pretty good demand so maybe if we can show a count, some farmer might be interested?

  10. I have bought raw milk just outside Omaha for the past 3 years. I thought when I first found my friendly farmer he was posted here but I don’t see him listed now. If anyone is still looking for an Omaha source you can contact me.

    • I would definitely be interested if cows are grass fed, hormone free, etc. I would like to see and learn about the operation.

    • Hi Kim

      I just moved to Bellevue and have driven all the way to Branched Oak farm which was kind of fun but the 2+ hour round trip was a bit much. How can I contact you?

    • I live in Bellevue and I am looking for raw milk and cream to make ice cream. Ate the cows pasture fed or grain fed? Are the animals treated with hormones? How much a gallon? Thanks please send me info.

    • Hi Kim,
      I see you have located a farmer and have purchased from him for 3 years now, sounds like a good record to me. I would appreciate his contact info to purchase some raw milk.


  11. I’d like to purchase raw goats milk (or cow if can’t find goat). I’m in Bellevue area. Please email me right away if you are selling.

  12. Anyone know of a good raw milk source around the Columbus area? I’m also looking for a good source of grass-fed beef. Thanks!

  13. I am not in a position to answer all those questions. I was just trying to help. you would have to do your own research. I am not the farmer. With all your specific needs I would keep looking.

  14. I’m looking for raw milk, and farm fresh meats and cheeses in the Grand Island/Hastings area. Any information would be welcome.

  15. So is anyone selling raw milk in the omaha area? I would love to buy some instead of having to drive all the way to lincoln every week. What happened to the Tim guy selling it?
    Please lets get an Omaha source listed on here ASAP

  16. Just spoke to Tim and this winter he will be having a meeting so all in the omaha and surrounding metro area need to attend and show support for what he is doing. He said he come spring depending on support and demand he should be up and running again. Yay!

  17. Looking for raw milk from grass-fed cows, grass-fed beef, goat milk or meat, etc. In the Hastings, NE area or south of it. I am closer to Kansas, but usually make a trip to grand island monthly. Any info would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

  18. I found this after searching for raw dairy after moving back home ( Omaha) after living in San Antonio, TX where we would get milk dropped from a farm 2 hours a way. They would have 3 drop points in the city at homes that agreed to deal a bit with the logistics. Our unit had about 8-10 people buying 3-6 gal every 2 weeks. She had a garage of coolers and reusable ice and you paypal or left money in envelope prepaid and she gave the driver.

    The common thread I see is the ” I’ll do it if there is a demand” approach… Based on the data bases/websites set up for people to be able to search for it by state, there is obviously some demand.
    That is where people will go.
    It may take some time to grow. The potential suppliers should visit other sellers and see what they did to grow their clientele.
    It may take some low/no cost marketing ( simply letting all the health portals / food stores) know as well as some simple google analytics for the search engines for a simple site and bam, you will get your base of people.
    “if you build it, they will come..” lol
    You can’t really post
    ” who here would be interested..” because the only people commenting..were the people searching in the first place. There are many more that simply look on the State by State list, and if you arent on there, you prob won’t be found.

    Word of mouth is how it gets built as well. That takes a bit of time.
    Nowadays, some simple video on Youtube and an interview or two about the benefits of Raw milk with some prominent Omaha health advocates and you will get your base of people.

    Also, most that are requesting it, have particulars about it. We stopped buying from a supplier that was closer..because his neighbor did crop dusting…which I watched drift right over onto his land the cows were feeding. Plus , milk just wasnt as solid a pasture as the other one.
    It isnt just about putting out some raw milk..the make up of that milk is what is also important.

    • We belong to a co-op that drives in weekly rotations to Chisholm Farms. Please check out the farm link on previous page to find open co-op positions. We are always happy to add more to our co-op, then we can reduce the frequency of our drives.

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