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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 New York:

Statewide–For Small & Starting Co-ops/Private Buying Clubs:

  • Amish Clearview Farm: in Quarryville, PA, delivering to drop off locations in NYC and southern NY. Contact farmer direct: Abner Lapp 717-786-0876. Information line: 712-432-8506 web: myrealfoods.com/rfg. Pasture raised, 100 percent grass-fed beef and dairy, pasture raised non-GMO and soy-free fed poultry and eggs. Practices organic and bio-sustainable methods. Private membership Association. Farm fresh products include: 100 percent grass-fed raw milk, yogurt, kefir, sour cream, butter, cultured butter, cottage cheese, 12 varieties of raw cheeses, and raw ice cream. Goat’s milk, yogurt and kefir. Sheep’s milk, plus 5 varieties of sheep cheese. Pastured chicken (soy-free) whole or parts chicken sausage and chicken broth. pastured turkey (soy-free) whole or in parts. Pastured chicken eggs (soy-free), brown (Rhode Island Red) and blue-green eggs (Araucana Chickens), 100 percent grass-fed and fully pastured Calf steaks, ground and sausage. 100 percent grass-fed and fully pastured Black Angus beef, most cuts available, sausage, beef sticks, jerky, bologna, and beef broth. Alaskan Salmon-wild caught. Pork-most cuts available. Seasonal produce and herbs. Raw honey, maple syrup, Peanut, Cashew, and Almond butter. Pet food (all beef, beef and chicken, and turkey available) plus so much more. Call farmer direct for prices and a location near you.
  • Amish Shepherd’s Hollow Farm, Ben and Emanuel Fisher, email: info@amishhollowfarm.com, web: www.amishhollowfarm.com. Delivery straight to your door in New York and New Jersey of the following farm fresh foods: grassfed, organic, raw unhomogenized Guernsey breed A2 cow milk, buffalo milk, camel milk, grassfed meats and raw cheeses, healthy meals, variety of delicious locally made condiments and much more.
  • Buying Club NYC: email buyingclubnyc@gmail.com, web: BuyingClubNYC.org. A private membership club only, home delivered to southern NY (including NYC all 5 boroughs, and LI), NJ, CT, and PA. Raw organic cow and goat milk – grass-fed, A2 type, non-GMO, pastured. Many dairy products like butter, cottage cheese, heavy cream, tvorog, feta, fromage blanc, yogurts, sour cream, cheeses, ghee, half and half, Ryazhenka and Matsoni, etc. Pastured soy-free eggs. Grassfed organic meats like beef, bison, lamb, chicken, duck, goose, turkey. Sausages as well. Wild sustainable caught fish. Raw honey. Fermented vegetables. Maple syrup. Elderberry syrup. Kombucha. Sourdough breads. Local and seasonal fruits, veggies. Flours and grains. Find all of the information on their website listed above. After you register you will be able to place your order. All of the delivery instructions are on their site.
  • Meadow Ridge Farm: phone: 717­-530­-5999; email: cjwvega@gmail.com; web: myrealfoods.com/MeadowRidgeFarm. A private membership club only, with delivery sites in southern NY (including NYC and LI), NJ, CT, MD, northern WV, eastern OH, and northern and eastern VA. Free delivery on more than 350 products to any of their delivery sites. To start a new delivery site in your area, call farmer Merv directly. All products are produced in the Weston A. Price traditions, employing practices that are organic, sustainable, humane, and environmentally conscious, and completely free of soy, hormones, GMOs and antibiotics. Their extensive list of products include the following: 100 percent grass­fed Devon beef and lamb. Raw A2 milk from 100 percent grass­fed Jersey cows; 12 varieties of raw milk cow cheeses, cottage cheese, yogurt, cream, butter, and kefir, all made with raw A2 milk. Raw goat milk, cheeses, butter, yogurt, kefir, their custom probiotic goat drink, as well as pastured goat meat. Camel milk; sheep milk and cheeses. Pastured chicken, pork, turkey, and duck. Free­ range chicken and duck eggs. Nutrient ­dense bone broth from beef, chicken, turkey, lamb and duck. Crispy nuts; breads, brownies, granola and bars; potato chips; fermented kimchi, sauerkraut; beet kvass, kombucha; cabbage juice tonic, pickles, ginger ale, ketchup, grape cooler, homemade super tonic, beets, ginger carrots, and mayonnaise; raw honey and maple syrup; wild-­caught salmon and haddock; raw cow and goat milk ice creams; Green Pasture Blue Ice Oils; homemade goat milk soaps, and much more. They also offer insulated/ice-packed FedEx Ground shipping of their goat/lamb meat and goat dairy products only. To view their entire list of products, ingredients, prices and delivery sites, simply go to their ordering site and click on the “Join” button to register and to learn more about their food buying club.
  • Miller’s Biodiversity Farm: Miller’s Biodiversity Farm is accepting new group pickup locations. Miller’s produces 100 percent A2 grassfed raw milk, truly pastured meat, pastured eggs, and a wide variety of other nutrient-dense foods. The farmer is certified by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture as a raw milk producer. You can organize your own group to pick up from the farm. Everyone in your group gets 10 percent off product prices. The farmer packs your group’s orders. You coordinate and pay for your own delivery. If you’re interested in starting a group in your area, please email hello@amishbiofarm.com for more info.
  • Rocky Ridge Dairy, phone: 717-284-0466. Looking to start more buying clubs. Will ship. Private membership association. Raw cow, goat, sheep milk and dairy products; fermented vegetables, kombucha, beet kvass, soaked nuts, raw honey, maple syrup, popcorn, potato chips, ghee, pumpkin puree, olive oil, breads, muffins, beef, pork, lard, lamb, chicken, eggs, duck, stocks, wild salmon and haddock. No Sunday sales.

Albany County:

  • Feura Bush: Gallus Goat Farms, Liz Fisher and Robert Bigot, 1715 Tarrytown Rd. Feura Bush, NY 12067, phone: 518-423-8626, email: info@gallusgoat.farm, web: www.gallusgoat.farm, Facebook: gallusgoatfarms. Gallus Goat Farms raises a variety of dairy goats, milked twice daily April-November. Their goats are raised outdoors on pasture and supplemented with a Certified Organic, non-GMO grain. No hormones or antibiotics used. They are licensed by the state of New York and sell both raw and pasteurized goat milk in quarts ($5) and half gallons ($9). Raw milk is sold through CSA shares; more information can be found on their website.

Allegany County:

  • Alfred Station: Sunny Cove Organic Raw Milk Dairy, Gerry Snyder & Family, Randolph Rd., phone: 607-587-9282. Permitted NY state raw milk sales, organic, grassfed.

Brooklyn/Kings County:

  • Amaar Milk, Moady Amaar, email: m_amaar80@yahoo.com. Organic grassfed cow and goat dairy products, cheeses, pastured eggs, meats, raw local honey, healthy oils, snacks, more. They deliver to the New York metro area including all of NYC, Long Island, New Jersey, and Westchester. Dairy comes from Pennsylvania farms.

Cayuga County:

  • Genoa: Deepwater Farm, Philip Stauderman, 3128 Blakley Rd. Genoa, NY 13071, phone: 315-246-0689, email: deepwater_farm@yahoo.com. Certified Organic raw milk and grassfed beef.
  • Weedsport: Serenity Acres, Doren & Cheryl Martin and Family, 2890 Jorolemon Rd. Weedsport, NY 13166 (2.5 miles north of the thruway exit 40) off Rte. 34, corner of 34 and Jorolemon Rd. phone: 315-730-3348. email: dorenmartin@afo.net. Serenity Acres milks 8-10 Jersey cows that are 99 percent grassfed. The cows get a small amount of non-GMO corn at milking time, along with free choice minerals, and all the grass (summertime) and hay they want. No hormones or antibiotics are used. Milk is sold for $5.50/gallon, $3/half gallon, with a jar deposit of $3. Also for sale is pasture raised non-GMO chicken, grassfed beef, local raw honey, and free range eggs. Email or call to schedule a visit or to check product availability and hours. No Sunday sales.

Chautauqua County:

  • Cassadaga: The Lapp Family Farm, Harry & Rachel Kellogg, Lydia & Melissa Lapp, 3505 Cassadaga Rd., Cassadaga NY 14718, phone: 716-595-3210, NY state certified to sell raw milk. They milk four Brown Swiss and Jersey-German Red cows and offer milk and hand-made farmstead cheese. No antibiotics or rBGH used.

Chemung County:

  • Lowman: Mini Minions, Erika and Patrick McCarthy, 1072 Hoffman Hollow Rd. Lowman, NY 14861, phone: 914-714-4290, email: zvirbulit@yahoo.com, Facebook: MiniMinionsgoats. Mini Minions is a small family farm that produces raw goat milk from registered Nigerian Dwarf goats and several Kinder goats. Herd tested CAE/ CL negative. Tours available upon request.

Chenango County:

  • Guilford: Yoder’s Family Farm, Allen Yoder and Family, 535 Gospel Hill Rd. Guilford, NY 13780 (between Sidney and Norwich) just 8 miles North of Rt 8 and 4 miles East of Rt 12, phone: 607-895-9993. Yoder’s Family Farm raises 100 percent grassfed Jersey cows, milks them twice a day, and uses organic practices. They are permitted by N.Y. State for raw milk sales. Raw milk sells for $6/gallon and $3.50/half gallon. You can bring your own container. Also available free range non-GMO eggs, pastured poultry, grassfed beef, whole grain bread, granola, granola bars, and goat milk soap. Call ahead to assure availability, or to discuss buying options. No Sunday sales.

Clinton County:

  • Keeseville: North Country Creamery @ Clover Mead Farm, Ashlee Kleinhammer, 938 Mace Chasm Rd. Keeseville, NY 12944, phone: 518-645-2697 (645-COWS), email: info@northcountrycreamery.com, web: northcountrycreamery.com. Raw milk from 100 percent grassfed Jersey crosses, rotationally grazed (organic practices, not yet certified). Pick up from farmstore cafe where a variety of fresh and aged cheeses and plain/maple yogurt are also available, and at select farmers markets starting June 1.

Columbia County:

  • Ghent: Hawthorne Valley Farm, phone: 518-672-7500 Ext. 1, web: hawthornevalleyfarm.org.
  • Hudson: Churchtown Dairy: 357 County Route 12 Hudson, NY 12534 phone: 518-851-2042, email: info@churchtowndairy.org, Facebook: churchtowndairy. Churchtown Dairy is a biodynamic raw-milk dairy farm. Their herd is comprised of Brown Swiss and Jersey cows. Their store is open 24/7, and milk sells for $3/quart or $6/half-gallon, plus a $2 bottle deposit on the honor system. All milk is sold in glass bottles. They also sell ground beef and expect to have cheese, pork and veal available starting in the fall of 2018. Email for a tour or for further information.

Delaware County:

  • Bloomville: Byebrook Farm, Paul and Gwen Deysenroth and family, 7531 County Rte. 18 Bloomville, NY 13739, phone: 607-538-9796. Eighth generation farm with 45 Holstein cows, grazed in season. Selling raw milk in prefilled containers; $4.50/gallon, $2.25/half-gallon. Self-serve shed by road open daily, 8 am-9 pm. Also selling raw milk gouda cheese, eggs, and raspberries as available.
  • Delhi: Bovina Valley Farms, 77 Huff Road (off of Glenn Burnie and Rt. 28) Delhi, NY 13753, Dan Finn and Heidi Horvath, email: dmacfinn@bovinavalleyfarm.com, hhorvath@bovinavalleyfarm.com, phone: 607-746-8192, web: www.bovinavalleyfarm.com. This organic dairy farm has 30+ Jersey/Holstein cross cattle which are pastured daily and supplemented with grain and dry hay. The farm store is located across from the main farm house on Huff Road, open 7 am-7 pm every day. They make and sell “Alderney” their signature artisan raw cow milk cheese. Other products available: grassfed beef, pork and free-range chicken, wood-fired maple syrup and farm hand soaps. No official tours, but farmer and partner will gladly show visitors around and answer questions. Raw milk Alderney cheese is also sold at the Andes Farmers Market, open Saturdays 10 am-3 pm (May thru Nov), Good Cheap Food in Delhi, NY, Cheese Louise in Kingston, NY and Cheese Please in Cranford, NJ. Delivery to NY and Brooklyn is available through www.GreenaneFarms.com online CSA store.

Dutchess County:

  • Dover Plains: Brookby Dairy LLC, 62 Dover Furnace Rd. Dover Plains, NY 12522, phone: 845-849-5461 or 845-832-3959 email: willvincent1030@gmail.com, web: www.brookbyfarm.com. Facebook: Brookby Dairy LLC. Owned and operated by the Vincent family for six generations. Currently by Steve and his wife Jaime, as well as their son William and his wife Danielle. Raw milk available in Brookby Dairy farm store. Milk comes from a mixed herd of Holstein, Jersey, Brown Swiss, Guernsey, and Ayrshire cows. Fed primarily grass and dry hay, supplemented with small amount of locally sourced grain and non-GMO corn silage. Also available is milkfed pork, grassfed ground beef, chicken, and eggs. Hours fluctuate but someone is usually around. Call ahead with any concerns and large orders.
  • Millbrook: Shunpike Dairy, Liz Baldwin (owner/operator), phone: 845-702-6224, web: shunpikedairy.com. Milking approximate 20 cows (Holsteins, Brown Swiss, Ayrshires, Jerseys, and a Linebacker). No growth hormones or antibiotics used. In the summer months, and when available, the cows are pasture fed. In the winter, mostly hay supplemented by small amounts of corn silage and grain. All replacement calves are grown on the farm. Glass containers are available for purchase at the farm, or you may bring your own container. Milk prices are $6/gallon, $3/half-gallon, $2/quart. Eggs are also available that are from free-running chickens raised at nearby farms (no hormones or antibiotics used on the chickens).
  • Pine Plains: Chaseholm Farm, Sarah Lyons Chase, 115 Chase Rd. Pine Plains, NY 12567, phone: 518-339 2071, email: chaseholmfarm@gmail.com, web: chaseholmfarm.com. Chaseholm Farm is a third-generation dairy raising Holsteins and Jerseys. They are Certified Organic and 100 percent grassfed. In the pasture season, the dairy herd rotates intensively through 110 acres of managed pastureland. Forages are raised on farm for winter feed: dry hay and baleage. Raw milk and farmstead cheeses are available at the farm store located across the driveway from the dairy barn. Milk is $4/half gallon. There is a bottle deposit of $2 at first purchase. Cheeses range from $6-15. Other products available seasonally.

Franklin County:

  • Burke: Butterfield Farm, Bradley and Kathryn Kent and family, 1002 Coveytown Rd. Burke, NY 12917, phone: 518-483-3542, email: butterfieldfarm@hotmail.com. Seasonal farm, milking a mostly Jersey herd of 23 cows. NY state raw milk permit. Certified Organic by NOFA-NY.
  • Saranac Lake: Skyview Springs Farm LLC, Chris and Beth Donnelly 767 State Route 186 Saranac Lake, NY 12983, phone: (Chris’ cell): 518-524-6806. Never-pasteurized, Certified Organic whole raw milk from grassfed Jersey cows. One-month subscription for three glass half-gallons/week (six gallons monthly): $40. One-month subscription for one glass half-gallon/week (two gallons monthly): $16. Farm pick-up, plowed access, all hours, self-serve, container exchange.

Herkimer County:

  • Ilion: Turner Farm, Ben and Anna Turner, 1057 Elizabethtown Rd. Ilion, NY 13357 phone: 303-818-5686, email: benturner77@yahoo.com,
    NOFA-NY Certified Organic and Certified Grassfed mixed breed milk cows, selling NY State permitted raw milk on the farm. $5/half gallon. Monthly subscription option available. Starting up in early May. email or text for more information.

Long Island/Nassau & Suffolk Counties:

  • email: wewantrealmilk@gmail.com. A private membership association farm that has drop off points in the area. They offer real milk and milk products from their organically managed, 100 percent grassfed Jersey cows, camel, and water buffalo. They also have pastured sheep and goat milk products. They have 100 percent grassfed beef and lamb, pastured pork, chicken, and turkey. Their eggs are from pastured hens. They also offer soy-free chicken and eggs, as well as soy-free pork. They have a full line of fermented food and beverages, along with local honey, and soap made with their pastured pork lard. Please email them for membership forms and/or to schedule a farm tour.
  • Sunny Crest Pastures: from Gaithersburg, MD, delivers grassfed meats and raw dairy to Long Island. See their full listing on the Maryland page.

Madison County:

  • Cazenovia (Syracuse area): Greyrock Farm, Matt Volz, 6100 East Lake Rd. Cazenovia, NY 13035, phone: 484-888-6254, email: mcvolz10@gmail.com. Greyrock Farm offers 100 percent grassfed raw milk from a small herd of Brown Swiss cows. Milk is available to customers any day, any time, all year long. Customers may call or email owner Matt Volz with questions.

Montgomery County:

  • Canajoharie: Hidden Camp Farm, John & Ruth King, 378 White Rd. Canajoharie, NY 13318 (1 mile down White Road, just off Route 10 in Schoharie County. White Road is half way between Sharon Springs and Canajoharie), phone: 518-673-3611. Hidden Camp Farm milks 100 percent grassfed Jersey cows. They are certified organic, and never feed grain and never use hormones or antibiotics. Milk is bottled on the farm by the King family. Hidden Camp Farm also offers Certified Organic, seasonally pastured, soy-free brown eggs, pastured meat chickens and pasture-raised Thanksgiving turkeys. Please call ahead for all orders. No Sunday sales.

New York City/New York County:

  • Amaar Milk, Moady Amaar, email: m_amaar80@yahoo.com. Organic grassfed cow and goat dairy products, cheeses, pastured eggs, meats, raw local honey, healthy oils, snacks, more. They deliver to the New York metro area including all of NYC, Long Island, New Jersey, and Westchester. Dairy comes from Pennsylvania farms.
  • Clearview Valley Farm is an Amish family farm that can ship directly to your door. Offering grassfed food nationwide at https://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.
  • Dutch Meadows Farm, phone: 717-442-9208, email: info@dutchmeadowsfarm.com, web: dutchmeadowsfarm.com. A third-generation dairy that has six different drop sites in Manhattan and Brooklyn including Bay Ridge, Ridgewood, Chelsea, and Washington Heights. They deliver a large variety of grassfed meats and dairy products including 100 percent grassfed beef and lamb, pastured, soy-free, GMO-free pork, chicken, turkey, bison. They also sell raw milk and dairy products from their herd of Certified Organic, 100 percent grassfed Dutch Belt cows. Visit their website to order online and view hundreds of farm fresh products. Call or email them with any questions. Ask to speak to the farmers, Dave or Ray.
  • Green Pasture Farm email: rawmilknyc@gmail.com. Located in central Pennsylvania. Milk comes from grassfed Jersey cow, occasionally they have grassfed meat and poultry. They also have non-GMO and soy-free chicken eggs and some other products. They deliver to New York City, NJ and CT.
  • Sunny Crest Pastures: from Gaithersburg, MD, delivers grassfed meats and raw dairy to Long Island. See their full listing on the Maryland page.
  • Triangle Organics Farm, Delivery to greater New York City area via website listed below. Martha and Elmer King, 5799 Penns Valley Road Aaronsburg, PA 16820, phone: 814-349-4890, email: grassfedgoodnessclub@gmail.com, web: www.farmmatch.com/grassfedgoodness, Triangle Organics raises both Devon (Heritage breed) and Jersey cows. The Devon cows are raised for their meat and the Jerseys for their milk, (prized for their higher fat content). Some of the milk comes from a Jersey/Devon cross. The rest is from the Jersey herd. All cows are 100 percent grassfed and receive hay and minerals during the winter months. Cow milk: half gallon in plastic – $4, half gallon in milk – $6. Goats milk half gallon in plastic – $7. Butter -$12.50/lb. Heavy Cream – $6/pint. Sour cream, buttermilk, cow milk cheese, goat milk cheese, cottage cheese, kefir, whey, yogurt also available.

Niagara County:

  • Barker: Teacup Farm/Tidbits and Creamery, Liz Neadow, phone: 716-807-2963, email: Neadow7@msn.com, web: www.teacupfarm.com. Small family farm, naturally fed Nubian and Lamancha goats and Brown Swiss and Jersey cows. Their new farm store is open most weekends 10 am – 2 pm. Check website for closers. They offer yogurt, cheese – feta, chevre, fresh cheese curds, fudge and other local products. NY state permit holder since 2007.

Oneida County:

  • Sauquoit: WintersGrass Farm, Jordan & Hannah Winters, 9104 Butler Rd. Sauquoit, NY 13456 phone: 315-269-9237 e-mail: jordan@wintersgrassfarm.com, web: www.wintersgrassfarm.com, Facebook: WintersGrass-Farm-412898740369. WintersGrass Farm produces 100 percent grassfed milk from a small herd of Jersey cows. The farm is located just 10 minutes outside the city of Utica. Milk is available to members anytime Sunday though Saturday, and to nonmembers during business hours. NY state licensed for raw milk sales.

Orange County:

  • Cornwall: Edgwick Farm, Dan Jones and Talitha Thurau, 348 Angola Rd. Cornwall, NY 12518, phone: 914-213- 9513, email: edgwickfarm@gmail.com, Facebook: facebook.com/edgwickfarm. While primarily cheesemakers, Edgwick Farm is licensed to sell raw goat milk by New York state. Raw goat milk is packaged cold in recyclable half gallon milk jugs and sold for $12 each. Milk must be ordered 24 hours ahead and an appointment made for pick up by e-mailing edgwickfarm@gmail.com. Do not come to farm without pre-ordering and making an appointment – there is no store, it is a private working farm.
  • Middletown: Gillikays Raw Goat Milk, 47 Highland Lakes Rd. Middletown, NY 10940, phone: 845-386-9059, email: gogoatsmilk@gmail.com. NY state license to sell raw goat milk, healthy herd of 10+ goats hand-milked twice a day. Call to set up a weekly pick-up time. Baby goats available, male and female, sweet personalities and assorted colors. Also, goat milk soap in a variety of scents and formulas.
  • Otisville: Freedom Hill Farm, Rick and Julie Vreeland, 115 Grange Road Otisville, NY 10963, phone: 845-386-5798,email: julievreeland@frontiernet.net, web: freedomhillfarm.net. They have a NY license to sell raw milk from their 30 Jersey cows. You can find more information on their website or by emailing or calling.
  • Pine Island: Millers Dairy Farm, 51 Transport Lane Pine Island, NY 10969, phone: 845-772-2492.

Orleans County:

    • Medina: Yoder Farm, 2594 Murdock Rd. Medina, NY 14103, phone: 585-798-9345. Organic dairy farm offering NY certified raw milk ($6/gallon in your own container) and eggs from naturally fed chickens (currently $3.00/dozen; bring any empty egg cartons that you have). Raw milk is available Tuesdays from 8 -10 am and 5:30 – 7pm, and Wednesday from 8 -10am. You MUST call for an appointment to ensure that they have a sufficient quantity on hand to fill your order. NO Sunday sales. This Amish farm celebrates all Amish holidays and religious days, and on these days they do not sell milk, even if they are in the milk room when you arrive. Be sure to call ahead when you are planning to visit to make sure they will be selling that day. There is a sign at the road for this dairy. When you see the sign, look to your left and you will see a steel warehouse type building near the road, this is where you now pick up your raw milk.

Otsego County:

  • Cherry Valley: The Belted Rose, Corey Upson, 3724 County Hiway 33 Cherry Valley, NY 13320, phone: 607-264-3108. This farm has Dutch Belted cows. All grassfed, no grain used at all. Cows are organically raised.
  • Gilbertsville: Butternut Farms, phone: 607-783-2392.
  • Otego: Muddy River Dairy, Joshua and Karli Johnson, 63 Main Street Otego, NY 13825, phone: 607-988-0026, email: kjo23@hotmail.com. Raw cow milk for sale. Herd is mixed including Brown Swiss, Jersey, and Holstein cows. Cows spend time inside and outside every day; fed a mixed diet grown mostly right on the farm. For large milk orders (more than five gallons), please call ahead. Milk is bottled fresh every day. $5 for a gallon and $2.50 for a half gallon. Farm store is open seven days a week 10 am to 8 pm. They also have fresh eggs, sweet corn, produce in season, and baked goods on the weekends – including pies, cakes, breads, and cookies. Tours are available, but it’s best to call ahead and plan a time. The farm located right on Rt. 7 and easily reached by way of I-88.
  • Richfield Springs: Mountain View Dairy, phone: 315-858-0536. Legal for raw milk sales, pickup on farm only. Beef, pork and eggs also available on farm only. Raw cheese available via on farm sales or shipped. Farm store open Mon.-Sat. 8 am-8 pm. When calling, let the phone ring and ring for a long time, because the farmer is Amish and the phone is not inside his home, but rather in a shed outside, and it may take a while to hear it and then get to it.
  • Springfield Center: Cedar Park Farm, 8107 St. Hwy. 80 Springfield Center, NY, 13468, phone: 315-858-0294; email: cedarparkfarm@gmail.com. They are a state-certified raw goat milk farm which first opened in 2015 and currently milks 12 registered American Alpine goats. They grind their own grain and do not use hormones, steroids, etc. They are a regularly inspected, CAE-free farm which also offers raw honey, eggs, and their own homemade goat milk soap. Please contact them today about their milk availability, or just pay them a visit. Tours are available. Please ask for Jack Armstrong.

Queens/Queens County:

  • Queens: Amaar Milk, Moady Amaar, email: m_amaar80@yahoo.com. Organic grassfed cow and goat dairy products, cheeses, pastured eggs, meats, raw local honey, healthy oils, snacks, more. They deliver to the New York metro area including all of NYC, Long Island, New Jersey, and Westchester. Dairy comes from Pennsylvania farms.

Rensselaer County:

  • Hoosick Falls: Breese Hollow Dairy, Chuck and Diane Phippen, 454 Breese Hollow Rd. Hoosick Falls, NY, phone: 518-686-4044, email: dcphippen1@gmail.com. Organic Jersey cows on 100 percent grassfed diet.

Rockland County:

  • Spring Valley: Meant To Be Natural Food, Spring Valley, NY 10977, phone: 845-535-1354, email: info@meanttobefood.com, web: meanttobefood.com. Rabbinical supervision kosher raw Certified Organic 100 percent grassfed A2/A2 cheddar and colby cheese, Jersey cows, no hay from spring to fall. Raw wildflower local honey, 100 percent grassfed kosher beef, mobile pastured soy-free Certified Organic kosher chicken and turkey, mobile pastured soy-free Certified Organic kosher fertile white eggs with no blood drops.

Saratoga County:

  • Ballston Spa: Willow Marsh Farm, Charles and Darlene Curtiss, 343 Hop City Rd. Ballston Spa, phone: 518-526-6286 or 518-885-0310, email: cbcrunner55@aol.com, Facebook: facebook.com/WillowMarshFarm. Raw milk, local eggs, home-grown beef and veal, and seasonal vegetables.

Seneca County:

  • Interlaken: Interbrook Farm, Mahra Parian, 3971 County Rd 141B, Interlaken, NY 14847, phone: 607-228-7662, email: interbrookfarm@gmail.com, web: www.interbrookfarm.com, Facebook: interbrookfarm. Small women-owned and run cow dairy (milking less then six cows at a time), 100 percent grassfed/no grain. The milk is shared with the calves, who stay with the milking moms during the day and are separated overnight. Rotated through pasture and woods. Seasonal CSA with a 4-8 month commitment. On-farm pickup at farm store where milk is also sold (please call to make sure we have milk on the shelf for sale). $12/gallon. Open everyday 8 am – 8 pm CSA shares available June-February. Other local farm products available for sale at the farm store. Call anytime for more information. Also available all season 100 percent grassfed beef CSA. Meet the cows.
  • Waterloo: Jersey Bell Farm, Anthony and Regina Wise and Family, 2899 Rt. 96 Waterloo, NY 13165. phone: 315-745-9974, web: www.jerseybellfarm.com. Jersey Bell Farm milks several Jersey cows that are 100 percent grassfed. The cows get free choice minerals and graze on pasture in the warmer months. No hormone or antibiotics used, and cows are A2 certified. Milk is $6/gallon $3/half gallon with a jar deposit of $2 for half gallon and $3 deposit for one gallon containers. Free range eggs and raw milk are self-serve at stand Mon.-Sat. 8 am-8 pm, but customers are welcome to come to the barn and visit the cows. No Sunday sales.

Suffolk County:

  • Riverhead: Chris Wines, 5793 Sound Ave. Riverhead, NY 11901, phone: 631-722-4241, email: wines10@hotmail.com. NY state permit to sell raw milk from grassfed Jersey cows, supplemented with grain. Milk is available in half-gallon glass bottles year-round. Cows graze outside April-November.

Sullivan County:

  • Fallsburg: M&S Farms, phone: 845-436-8287. Raw goat milk, goat cheese, eggs, and organic produce grown on site.
  • Livingston Manor: Dirie Dairy Farm, MaryAnne and Richard Dirie, 1345 Shandelee Rd. Livingston Manor, NY 12758 (Sullivan County, Catskills), phone: 845-482-4301, email: sonja@applepondfarm.com. Licensed to sell raw milk on the farm. No growth hormones, RBST, antibiotics, or pesticides used. Milk is sold Wednesday/Saturday or by pre-arrangement. A limited number of brown eggs also for sale.

Tioga County:

  • Candor: Side Hill Acres, Russell and Rita Kellogg, 79 Spencer Rd. Candor, NY 13743, phone: 607-659-4121, email: rkellogg@aol.com, web: sidehillacres.bizland.com. They are licensed to sell raw goat milk, which can only be purchased at the farm. They also have a raw goat milk cheddar cheese and sell kefir and yogurt, goat milk soaps, and other goat milk cheeses (pasteurized).

Ulster County:

  • Gardiner: Old Ford Farm LLC, Becky and Joe Fullam, 1359 Old Ford Rd. New Paltz, NY 12561, phone: 845-248-0956, email: oldfordfarm@oldfordfarm.com, web: www.oldfordfarm.com. Jersey cows, rotationally grazed, grassfed, supplemented with organic grain. Licensed by NY state. Milk is $12/gallon, sold by the half gallon in glass bottles. Milk is sold in a self-service farm store, which is open 24/7. Pre-orders are preferred for purchases of 2 gallons or more, otherwise just show up any time (milk is always available). Eggs, meats, and vegetables, all produced on the farm, are for sale in the farm store as well. Cash or check accepted.
  • Stone Ridge: F&C Brooks and Sons, Frank, Cyndi, Randy, Cassandra, & Scott Brooks, 285 Tongore Rd. Kingston, NY 12401, phone: 845-687-4074, email: Generationfarm@AOL.com. Raw milk for $2/half-gallon. They have glass jars to purchase or they will fill your clean ones. They will fill during milking time (4–6:30 pm daily) or you can drop off jars and they will fill them and keep them refrigerated till you pick up. Free-range chicken eggs for sale also.

Warren County:

  • Glens Falls/East Central NY: Milk available in Vermont from Larson Farm and Creamery in Wells, VT. See the listing on the Vermont page under Rutland County.

Westchester County:

  • Westchester: Amaar Milk, Moady Amaar, email: m_amaar80@yahoo.com. Organic grassfed cow and goat dairy products, cheeses, pastured eggs, meats, raw local honey, healthy oils, snacks, more. They deliver to the New York metro area including all of NYC, Long Island, New Jersey, and Westchester. Dairy comes from Pennsylvania farms.

Wayne County:

Waldwick (NJ): Bobolink Dairy & Bakeyard, Nina & Jonathan White, 369 Stamets Rd. Milford, NJ 08848, email: info@cowsoutside.com, web: cowsoutside.com. 100 percent grassfed raw milk cheeses. Twelve styles produced seasonally, April-Nov, sold year-round at the farm, at farmers markets, and on their website. Cows are not confined or given grain or silage. Calves are raised in pasture by their moms. They are the origin herd of the “Bobolink Black Graizers” breed, a grass-hardy cross of Irish Kerry with Guernsey, Ayrshire, Jersey, and Shorthorn.

137 thoughts on “New York

  1. Hi I had a wonderful farm that sold Organic NYS registered raw milk in Phelps NY. They will no longer be selling milk.
    I would like to find another quality supplier for raw milk near either Rochester or Canandaigua NY area

  2. The prospers farm in North Lawrence hasn’t sold milk for nearly 2 years now.

    But I am really desperate to find someone locally! And not just for me!! There are so many around here looking!!

    Is there anything anyone knows about anyone else in or around north Eastern st lawrence or maybe north western franklin.

    The other one… in Potsdam has never answered a call so I don’t think they exist.

  3. Hi, I want every week 7 gallons of milk. But I need fresh organic cow or buffalo raw milk. without artificial hormone and other medicines included. Because I know raw milk taste from 11 years because my father have farm in his country

  4. Is there any farm located around the USA/Canada border around Buffalo & Niagara region that sells Raw milk, butter, and yoghurt? I could only find a one in Barker & Medina. I live in Canada so I am trying to reduce my driving time

    Many Thanks.

  5. I was speaking with someone just briefly and didn’t catch the name of the farm, so maybe someone here knows. He said it delivers to Astoria, NY on Saturdays (I think only Sat but maybe Sun too?). The name of the farm was a family name that started with a B, but I don’t see one that matches that (B—- family farm). He also mentioned they were quite reasonable in price. If anyone knows, please tell me. I have bought some from this list and it’s great. Willing to try others too.
    thank you,
    Laura

  6. Is there any farm near new Windsor ny 12553 in Orange County for raw milk, cheeses, eggs and grease feed beef?

  7. I am looking for certified organic raw pastured goats milk, kefir, and yogurt in my area? I live in Oswego ny ? Any place close? Debbie

      • Went there last Monday – they said they were shut down for a week, and I just called them (9/23/2017) and got JAMES on his answering machine – but from previous comments it appears he doesn’t return phone calls – the undated msg on the machine says ‘they are selling milk again’, since the State shut them down for high bacteria count. Will update here when I find for sure as am planning a ‘test run’ this upcoming monday (9/25/2017). They continually sell to Dairylea dairies sicne they pateurize what they get from Yoder’s. Hopefully, since they make more money on the individual sales, they will continue doing this.

        • `10/20/2018 Just received a call-back from Yoder Farm. They are OPEN for raw milk but hours have changed to: TUE 8AM – 10AM & 6PM – 7PM WED 8AM – 10AM ONLY. I’ve been buying from there for years. A+ quality. You might want to visit the Medina Train Museum when in the area. Peace.

          • I’ve also been buying from the Yoders for many years. Seems that they are being pressured by Horizon to stop public sales. I was told that Horizon claims that if someone gets sick, Horizon could be held legally responsible. (!?!) Also Horizon feels that the family sales cut into their store sales. The family is planning a new facility away from the farm just for milk sales. Seems that they are also considering prepackaging their milk. On my last visit, I was asked if I would buy milk if it was in plastic jugs.

  8. Hi! I know you posted this years ago but I am also in Bergen County and looking for raw milk. Have you found a good place? Someone I trust recommended Freedom Hill Farm in Otisville NY but it’s an hour away Would love to find some people to share the drive so not to make a weekly trip. Anyway thought I’d reach out in case you have any suggestions. Thanks

  9. Hello I am in Harlem New York I would like to get in contact with a farm that I can visit to pick milk up is there any suggestions on a close one

  10. Medina: Martin Yoder, 2594 Murdock Rd., Medina NY 14103, phone: 585-798-9345. Organic dairy farm offering NY certified raw milk ($5/gallon in your own container) and eggs from naturally fed chickens ($2.50/dozen; bring any empty egg cartons that you have). Milk is available from 8-10am and from 6-7pm. No Sunday sales. (Added comment: A Real Milk reader has noted that this Amish farm celebrates all Amish holidays and religious days, and on some days they do not sell milk, even if they are in the milk room when you arrive. Be sure to call ahead when you are planning to visit to make sure they will be selling that day.)

  11. Medina: Martin Yoder, 2594 Murdock Rd., Medina NY 14103, phone: 585-798-9345. Organic dairy farm offering NY certified raw milk ($5/gallon in your own container) and eggs from naturally fed chickens ($2.50/dozen; bring any empty egg cartons that you have). Milk is available from 8-10am and from 6-7pm. No Sunday sales. (Added comment: A Real Milk reader has noted that this Amish farm celebrates all Amish holidays and religious days, and on some days they do not sell milk, even if they are in the milk room when you arrive. Be sure to call ahead when you are planning to visit to make sure they will be selling that day.)

  12. Cazenovia (Syracuse area): Greyrock Farm, Matt Volz, 6100 East Lake Rd., Cazenovia, NY 13035, phone: 484-888-6254, email: mcvolz10@gmail.com. Greyrock Farm offers 100 percent grass-fed raw milk from a small herd of Brown Swiss cows.  Milk is available to customers any day, any time, all year long.  Customers may call or email owner Matt Volz with questions.

  13. Cazenovia (Syracuse area): Greyrock Farm, Matt Volz, 6100 East Lake Rd., Cazenovia, NY 13035, phone: 484-888-6254, email: mcvolz10@gmail.com. Greyrock Farm offers 100 percent grass-fed raw milk from a small herd of Brown Swiss cows.  Milk is available to customers any day, any time, all year long.  Customers may call or email owner Matt Volz with questions.

  14. Medina: Martin Yoder, 2594 Murdock Rd., Medina NY 14103, phone: 585-798-9345. Organic dairy farm offering NY certified raw milk ($5/gallon in your own container) and eggs from naturally fed chickens ($2.50/dozen; bring any empty egg cartons that you have). Milk is available from 8-10am and from 6-7pm. No Sunday sales. (Added comment: A Real Milk reader has noted that this Amish farm celebrates all Amish holidays and religious days, and on some days they do not sell milk, even if they are in the milk room when you arrive. Be sure to call ahead when you are planning to visit to make sure they will be selling that day.)

  15. Cazenovia (Syracuse area): Greyrock Farm, Matt Volz, 6100 East Lake Rd., Cazenovia, NY 13035, phone: 484-888-6254, email: mcvolz10@gmail.com. Greyrock Farm offers 100 percent grass-fed raw milk from a small herd of Brown Swiss cows.  Milk is available to customers any day, any time, all year long.  Customers may call or email owner Matt Volz with questions.

  16. New York state stores are not allowed to sell raw milk. You can only purchase it from farms that have certification from the state. If you go to farmer’s markets, you might be able to get some farmers to bring some to the market.

  17. Please note that the Stone Ridge dairy as of 2014 no longer uses glass bottles. I bought from them in 2014 and they used LDPE bottles. They will still fill your own glass bottles if you contact the farm in advance.

  18. Since you’re coming from Montreal, you could try Northwestern Vermont as well, not just NY.

    This might be slightly closer then Plattsburgh:
    North Hero: Blue House Farm, phone: 802-372-8618, web: bluehousefarmvt.net. 8538 US Route 2 North Hero, VT 05474
    Raw goat milk from Saanen goats.

    Choiniere Family Farm
    Guy Choiniere, phone: 802-868-2131. Call for information.
    2465 Gore Rd Highgate Center, Vermont (Northwestern part of state)

    Cheers from Buffalo NY 😉

    • Try
      Keeseville:
      Denise & Sam Hendren, (Northern NY-Adirondack region), phone: 518-834-7306. Certified Organic small farmer. Raw milk and cheese available.
      North Country Creamery @ Clover Mead Farm, Ashlee Kleinhammer, 938 Mace Chasm Rd., Keeseville NY 12944, phone: 518-645-2697 (645-COWS!), email: info@northcountrycreamery.com, web: northcountrycreamery.com. Raw milk from 100% grass-fed Jersey crosses, rotationally grazed (organic practices, not yet certified). Pick up from farmstore cafe where a variety of fresh and aged cheeses and plain/maple yogurt are also available, and at select farmer’s markets starting June 1st

  19. Find a local Mennonite dairy farmer and ask if he sells milk or “donates” milk and accepts “donations” in return. In your area, there are many dairy farmers. Ask around.

  20. For Brooklyn, Miller’s Biodiversity Farm delivers biweekly. I just got my first order from it and I can vouch for their top notch quality.

    • It would usually run me $50 just for shipping, which means that I was placing big orders to fill the box and make it worth it.

      I just got my first delivery from Miller’s and picked it up in Brooklyn. I think their quality / taste for the Greek yogurt and the cottage cheese that I tried so far is a notch higher, and shipping charges were only $5-6, so I would recommend looking into that.

  21. It can take 2 years or more for a farm to be certified. Lucky for me – I live only 7 miles from Willow Marsh, near Saratoga, because even certified dairies can’t sell anywhere but ON THE FARM. The only other way to obtain raw milk in NY State is to join a cow-share.

  22. I have been purchasing raw milk from a farm near Stone Ridge NY. I got there listing from this website. But I noticed that they are no longer on this list. It may have been listed under Kingston NY. Please let me know if I shouldn’t be buying milk there!
    Thank you!

  23. Kelly,
    How far into Nassau are you? I am in Islip and go every week.
    It is a bit expensive but I share gas costs with a friend who also purchases milk and eggs.
    JoAnn

  24. Jeff,
    If you are still looking for raw milk in Suffolk I go out east every week for raw milk to Ty Llwyd Farms in Northville. It’s pronounced Tee Klood and their milk is delicious! The phone # is 631 722 4241. Call a few days ahead of time. The milk comes in half gallon glass containers. The milk is $6 with a deposit of $2.50.

  25. OMG – wouldn’t that be totally amazing!!! If you do it, and I don’t know why it would be illegal if it is legal to sell raw milk. Not sure the dairies are making cream?

  26. closest to Binghampton would be Muddy River Farm that I know of. I know them personally being involved in the dairy industry as part of Hosking farm. Great folks at Muddy river and great cows. Many of the maternal genetics originated a few years back from Hosking Farm in Hobart, NY.

  27. If you are willing to travel about fifteen minutes east of Bainbridge to Otego we have raw milk for sale. However we do not bottle in glass. Muddy River Dairy, 63 Main Street, Otego, NY

  28. I am also near Warsaw and I am interested in trying out raw milk for the first time. I would prefer to not have to drive an hour just to do so.

    • I also live in the Bronx, and I would like to know what is the closest farm to buy raw milk. I have been making kefir with pasteurized milk but. I have heard that with raw milk, kefir taste better, has more probiotic, and kefir grains tend to grow. (Please, excuse my writing).

  29. Whole Foods has raw milk. There are two locations on LI. I heard the dairy in Riverhead is open and selling raw milk, too.

  30. This is in the listings for NYS.

    Riverhead (Suffolk County): Chris Wines, 5793 Sound Ave, Riverhead NY 11901, phone: 631-722-4241, email: wines10@hotmail.com. NYS permitted to sell raw milk from 100% grass-fed Jersey cows. Milk is available in half-gallon glass bottles year round. Cows graze outside April-November.

  31. I strongly recommend Jerry Snyder’s farm in Alfred. It’s a bit of a drive from Rochester, but perhaps worth it. Luckily I lived in Alfred, so I could enjoy his milk every day.

    • Willow Marsh Farm in Ballston Spa is about the same distance from the Albany/Troy area and IS certified and listed above. They have a 2 gallon limit without prior notice of your need. (They sell the rest of their milk to Stewart’s.)

  32. You can go to Yoders Dairy Farm – Medina: Martin Yoder, 2594 Murdock Rd., Medina NY 14103. It will be about an hour drive, but that is about common for most.

    • Great people at Yoders Farm in Medina, NY!! I have been buying from them for at least 4 or 5 years now and have never had a problem with them or the milk. It will be a little bit of a drive from Rochester, but if there are no other options it would be worth the trip. The colder you keep the Raw Milk, the longer it will last. If you can keep it at the SLIGHTLY slushy stage I have learned that it will last MUCH longer. When you are ready for the next gallon, just move it to a place in the refrigerator where the temperature can come up to around 35 or 36 degrees so the ‘slush’ can desolve. Also, make sure that you shake up each gallon at least once or twice a day to keep the cream mixed with the milk, so the cream does not start to stick to the container at the top. Keeping it this cold, I have had it last for up to three weeks. Cold is the key!

    • Completely frustrated with lack of options for Nassau/Suffolk. If anyone can actually verify a service that responds to emails,phone calls and other inquiries, it would be great to know they exist.

      • How about starting a co-op? I noticed that the first two farms offer co-ops.

        Miller’s Biodiversity Farm PMA Phone: 717-806-0392, ext. 1. Will ship. Private club members only. 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, beef suet, tallow, pork fat, lard, beef and chicken stocks, cultured vegetables, homemade breads, soaked/dried nuts and seeds, raw honey, maple syrup, kombucha, beet kvass. They guarantee customer service and product quality.
        Rocky Ridge Dairy, phone: 717-284-0466. Looking to start more buying clubs. Will ship. Private membership association. Raw cow, goat, sheep and camel milk and dairy products; fermented vegetables, kombucha, beet kvass, soaked nuts, raw honey, maple syrup, popcorn, potato chips, ghee, pumpkin puree, olive oil, breads, muffins, beef, pork, lard, lamb, chicken, eggs, duck, stocks, wild salmon and haddock. No Sunday sales.

  33. The page was started in 2000 but the list is as current as it can be. When people go out of business they MAY contact me to remove their listing, or they may not. If one source doesn’t contact you, try another. Sometimes these sources are overwhelmed by demand. Other times they may be getting strange requests that are making them leery and slow to respond to others. If you email and get no response, try calling. Sometimes people change email addresses and don’t tell me, but they have the same phone, or viceversa.

      • Thanks for your suggestion. Please encourage those farms to contact us and be listed here. We only list farms, or mention them in comments, if they’ve agreed to be listed here. Too often this site is used by gov’t agencies to find and harass farmers! Thanks for understanding.

    • Please encourage those farms to contact us and be listed here. We only list farms, or mention them in comments, if they’ve agreed to be listed here. Too often this site is used by gov’t agencies to find and harass farmers! Thanks for understanding.

    • I am in Canada and would like to cross the border can you tell me the closest source for raw grass fed dairy do they sell it in markets?

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