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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 Ohio:

General information about the status of raw milk and herdshares in Ohio: ohiorawmilk.info

Ashtabula County: Elk Leap Farm, Roy & Linda Mason (owners), Pierpont OH, phone: 440-577-9743 and 440-536-1860, email: HarleyRidingLady@facebook.com , Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HarleyRidingLady. Goatshares available in herd of Boers and Nubians. Bucks are kept away from does to avoid taint. Milk is triple strained and quickly chilled. The milk does are fed Purina Goat Chow and oats, top dressed with sunflower seeds and Calf Manna. They also get unlimited local grown hay with access to river browse. They do not feed the goats corn.

Cincinnati Area: Honored Prairie, web: ohio.honoredprairie.com, phone: 877-997-9449. Buying club pickup for raw milk cheese and other grass-fed products.

Coldwater: Dues Jersey Farm, Ben Dues (herd manager) and Tim Hill (distribution manager), 4162 Philothea Rd, Coldwater, OH 45828, phone: 317-753-4016, email: duesjerseyfarm@gmail.com. Family owned for over a century, Raw Jersey cow milk, cream, butter and grass-fed beef available. 100 percent grass and forage fed from OEFFA Certified Organic fields. Pasture-grazed, and chemical free. Herd shares available. Anna Belle’s Pet Milk, Pet Cream and Pet Butter and 100 percent grass-fed beef (Indiana and Ohio). Farm pickup available. Looking for delivery locations in Columbus and Cincinnati on Wednesday mornings. See map of current locations here


  • Blystone Farms: Drop location for Dues Jersey Farms. For pricing and orders, contact Joe Blystone, phone: 614-833-1211 or email blystonefarm@yahoo.com or duesjerseyfarm@gmail.com. For more on Dues Jersey see listing above under Coldwater.
  • Clintonville Community Market, 200 Crestview Rd, Columbus OH 43202, phone: 614-261-3663, web: communitymarket.org. Raw goat milk cheese and organic non-homogenized milk.
  • Honored Prairie, web: ohio.honoredprairie.com, phone: 877-997-9449. Buying club pickup for raw milk cheese and other grass-fed products.
  • Payne Family Farm drop off point; see Utica listing for more information.

Dayton Area:

  • Darke County: Towering Oaks Farm, email: toweringoaksgoatherdshare@gmail.com. Herdshares available in herd of Oberhasli and Alpine dairy goats. All animals have access to the outdoors and are fed greens daily. No soy or GMOs are fed, and they use natural alternatives to medication when necessary. Email for pricing and availability of herd shares and other products.
  • Honored Prairie, web: ohio.honoredprairie.com, phone: 877-997-9449. Buying club pickup for raw milk cheese and other grass-fed products.
  • Kettering: Liberty Market, Leigh or Dave, 2675 Patterson Rd, Kettering OH 45420 (5 min S of State Route 35, next to Lefty’s Tavern), phone: 937-232- 8461 or 823-0986, email: at libertymarketofkettering@woh.rr.com, web: www.libertymarketofkettering.com. Herdshare contracts for real milk and local farm products from farmers serving Dayton. Hours for shopping and private property pick-ups: Saturday 9:30-4:00pm and Mon.-Thurs. 5:00pm -8:00pm.
  • Miami County:  Udderly Blessed Dairy Goats, phone: 937-418-8735, email: todog54@hotmail.com. They milk a small herd of Alpine and Nubian goats. They have herdshares available.
  • Middletown: Burnett’s Land of Milk and Honey, Brian and Trudy Burnett, 10343 Brown’s Run Rd, Middletown OH 45042 (in German Township, Montgomery County, 30 mi from Dayton), phone: 937-681-7923, email: BurnettsLandofMilkandHoney@gmail.com. Currently selling herdshares for raw milk from pastured Jersey cows; raw, local honey harvested from their hives; brown eggs from pastured chickens.
  • New Carlisle: Homestead Farm, John and Cathy Baumgardner (owners), 10474 New Carlisle Pk, New Carlisle OH 45344 (15min N of downtown Dayton), email: jcbaumgardner@aol.com, phone: 937-845-9394. Currently selling herdshares from pasture-fed Jerseys to Ohio residents. They also sell USDA inspected grass-fed, pastured beef.
  • Yorkshire: E.A.T. Food for Life, Dan & Nancy Kremer, Yorkshire OH 45388 (1 hour NW of Dayton in N Darke County, West Central OH), Farm store sales and delivery locations in Greenville, Troy/Tipp City, Huber Heights, Dayton, Cincinnati, phone: 419-336-5433, web: eatfoodforlife.com. Herdshares available for organic, pastured raw milk, butter, cream, yogurt and raw milk cheeses. Eggs, turkey, chicken, beef, pork and crushed wheat. Looking for delivery locations in Columbus on Wednesdays.

DeGraaf: Cowshare pickups (goatshares are also planned for the future). Email Andria Perkins for more information at andria.perkins@yahoo.com. If you do not use email you may call the farmer at 937-581-3404, but please note that they use a phone shed so let the phone ring a long time (and try again as necessary). Other possible pickup groups to be arranged could include Troy, Sidney, Bellefountaine, Lima, Piqua, Springfield, Findlay, Marion, and Marysville depending on demand so let them know of your interest. Currently milking Holsteins. They grow their own feed and use natural practices as much as possible. Cows graze grass and eat hay and a small amount of grain. Future cows may include Jerseys. Milk may be picked up at the farm in plastic jugs or you may bring your own glass containers if you prefer. Cow herdshare buy-in prices are $25 and goat buy-in prices are $15. Monthly boarding fees are $17.

East Sparta: Simon Certified Organic Family Farm, 1044 Battlesburg St SW, East Sparta OH 44626, phone: 330-704-2895, email: info@simonorganics.com, web: simonorganics.com. Everything on the farm is Certified Organic through OEFFA and Biodynamic.  Brown Swiss and Jersey cow grazing spring, summer, and fall, eating annuals in season and pasture with access to perennials.  In the late fall and winter they eat alfalfa with soft bladed fescues and bailage (fermented alfalfa and grass) with access to perennials.  Herdshares are available.  Also offering 100% grass-fed Black Angus beef, pastured turkeys, broiler chickens, and egg layers, annual plant sales in May, a CSA with over 136 heirloom fruits and vegetables, heritage breed Glouchestershire Pork, Meadow Veal. They participate in Countryside Conservancy Farmers Market at Old Trial School, Highland Square in Akron and Howe Meadow.

Fairfield: Jungle Jim’s Market Inc., 5440 Dixie Hwy, Fairfield OH 45014, phone: 513-829-1919. Nearly 1,400 varieties of cheese available (but not all of them are made with raw milk). Also features Amish foods (including free-range ostrich eggs), natural foods, a large imported foods section, and when seasonally available, local produce, including organic.

Franklin Furnace: 5T Farm, Dwight Otworth, 1073 Oakes Rd, phone: 740-574-2938, email: Andercraft@aol.com. Beginning a herdshare program. Building a market for eggs, pork, and beef. Farm and cattle are Certified Organic.

FredericktownSweet Grass Dairy, Jacob Coleman, Fredericktown, OH, phone: 317-258-3864, Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sweetgrassssdairy. They milk crossbred dual purpose cows and have been breeding for an A2A2 herd. They are a grass based dairy with about 97 percent of the ration coming from the pastures. A small amount of grain and molasses is fed to help balance the cows energy when the grass is short on energy (No soy is fed). They are forty miles north of Columbus, OH, just five minutes off of Interstate 71. Herd shares are available after a farm tour and interview. Please call anytime to set up a time to visit the farm.

Gallia County: Laurel Valley Creamery, web: laurelvalleycreamery.com.Small sustainable Jersey dairy and farmstead cheese operation producing a variety of raw and pasteurized milk cheeses (so be sure to ask which are raw).

Hamilton: Double J Farm, Joe and Janet Streit, 3070 Wehr Rd, Hamilton OH 45011 (~3 mi W of Trenton off State Route 73), phone: 513-284-7330, email: streitsdoublejfarm@gmail.com. Currently selling herdshares from a herd of 25 registered Jerseys to Ohio residents. Brown eggs from pastured hens and USDA inspected grass-fed beef.

Hillsboro: Highland Haven Farm, Morgan and Diane Phelps, 12221 Turley Ln., Hillsboro OH 45133, phone: 937-901-7992, email: highlandhavendairy@gmail.com, web: www.farmmatch.com/highlandhavenfarm. Small diversified family farm offering Jersey herdshares for raw milk, yogurt, butter, cream, and cheese, as well as pasture-raised beef, pork, lamb, goat, poultry, and eggs and organic produce, baked goods, jams, maple syrup, sorghum molasses, and fresh cornmeal. They are located off the grid and rely on horses and hand labor to do their farming (no tractors). No antibiotics, hormones, or chemicals used on the farm or animals. Weekly delivery to locations throughout Cincinnati. See website and contact them to find location nearest you.

Junction City: Aunt Ellen’s Farm, 3644 St Rt 668 S, Junction City OH 43748, phone: 740-343-3255, email: AuntEllenS@aol.com. Raw milk herdshares from 100% grass-fed cows. Mobile milker milks the cows right in the field. No chemicals, wormers, or hormones are used. Goatshares are available from 100% pastured animals. The farm also offers 100% grass-fed Angus beef, and 100% grass-fed lamb. Pork and eggs planned.

Lorain County: Greener Pasture Farm, Jim and Ben Klier. 18456 Pitts Road, Wellington, OH  44090. phone: 440-647-2405, email: greenerpasturefarm@gmail.com, web: greenerpasturefarm.com, Facebook: www.facebook.com/greenerpasturefarm. There are currently 51 milking cows in their herd. The majority are Jerseys with a few Linebacks and a Red and White Holstein. The cows spend their days outside on pasture. When it is cold they have a sheltered area in a large pine tree woods. The cows are grass fed and receive a small amount of grain. This means in the growing season they are on organic pasture and in the cold weather they receive stored hay and grass that is certified organic. All feed is non-GMO. Cattle receive minerals free choice. They are given no hormones or antibiotics. Our farm and dairy are certified organic and Grade A inspected. We offer herdshares. We also have grass fed beef and pastured pigs.

Medina/Lodi Area: Earth Song Farm, Steve Andrews and Cindy Farmer, 7634 Lafayette Rd. (Rt. 42), Lodi OH 44254, phone: 330-948-2672, email: artbarn_cfarmer@hotmail.com, web: earthsongfarm.com. Organic and biodynamic farm raising Nubian and Alpine goats and free-range chickens. Holistic health care management is used, including an herbal parasite prevention program. The animals are fed organic hay, free-range browse, organic non-GMO feed, and occasional fruits and vegetables from the farm. A herdshare program is available for raw goat milk, cheese, yogurt and kefir. Other products available from the farm include free-range chicken, eggs, honey, organic strawberries, organic lettuce and greens, other organic fruits and vegetables, goat milk soap and medicinal herbal products. Farm tours are welcome. They participate in farmers markets at Medina, Montrose, and Westfield Center.

Montpelier: S-J Farm, Scott & Jonell Walker, 122 Eureka Drive, Montpelier OH 43543, phone: 419-485-8630, email: jonell@s-jfarms.com, web: s-jfarms.com. Nubian goats. Herdshares available. Goat milk soap and lotion.

Mt. Gilead: Jubilee Meadows Farm LLC, Steve Miller, 5867 TR97, Mt. Gilead OH 43338 (45 min N of Columbus), phone: 419-946-1413, email: stevofarms@redbird.net. Herdshares for raw milk, as well as grass-fed beef, pork, chicken, and eggs. Certified Organic.

New Carlisle: Homestead Farm, John and Cathy Baumgardner (owners), 10474 New Carlisle Pk, New Carlisle OH 45344, phone: 937-845-9394, email: jcbaumgardner@aol.com. Currently selling herdshares from their pasture-fed Jersey herd to Ohio residents. They also sell USDA-inspected grass-fed, pastured beef.

New Vienna: TS Farms, Tim & Tiffany Shinkle, 11061 Careytown Rd, New Vienna OH 45159 (1 ½ hours from Columbus, Dayton and Cincinnati), phone: 937-763-1167, email: tsfarms@bee-lite.net. Cow and goat herdshares. Free-range, farm-raised meats, lamb, chicken, beef, and pork. Brown eggs, jams, jellies, and honey. Call or email for availability.

Scio: Colonial Classics Farmstead Cheese Inc., Kebria Dye, 37425 Gundy Ridge Rd, Scio OH, phone: 740-945-2079, web: naturalcheese.net. Aged Cheddar cheese made with raw milk from pastured cows. No hormones used. Mail orders.

Shreve: Grace Haven Farm, Sean and Amanda Brogdon. 8970 SR 514 Shreve, OH 44676 phone: 330-466-6519. email: gracehavenfarm@outlook.com. web: gracehavenfarm.angelfire.com. They raise registered Nubian and Saanen dairy goats for pets, showing and milk production. Their does receive grass mix hay daily, along with pasture when available. Milking does are fed a non-GMO grain twice daily on the milk stand. Kids are available for purchase in the spring, and raw milk herd shares are now available. There is a $45 one time purchase fee, and a $40 monthly boarding fee provides for approximately one gallon of milk per week. Delivery may be available for an additional charge.

Southern Ohio: Herdshares available and organizing now. Call Dwight Otworth at 740-574-2938 between 7:30PM-9:00PM or email fivetfarms@yahoo.com.

Southwest OHE.A.T. Food for Life, Dan & Nancy Kremer, Yorkshire OH 45388 (1 hour NW of Dayton in N Darke County, West Central OH), Farm store sales and delivery locations in Greenville, Troy/Tipp City, Huber Heights, Dayton, Cincinnati, phone: 419-336-5433, web: eatfoodforlife.com. Herdshares available for organic, pastured raw milk, butter, cream, yogurt and raw milk cheeses. Eggs, turkey, chicken, beef, pork and crushed wheat. Looking for delivery locations in Columbus on Wednesdays.

Toledo Area: Honored Prairie, web: ohio.honoredprairie.com, phone: 877-997-9449. Buying club pickup for raw milk cheese and other grass-fed products.

Toronto (Jefferson County): Two Sisters Creamery, Shawn and Beth Dougherty, herd managers, 210 Burge Rd., Toronto, Ohio 43964, phone: 740-537-5178, email:  shawnandbeth@att.net, web: onecowrevolution.wordpress.com. A small dairy (5-10 cows), mostly Jersey cows with some Jersey cross. The cows are on all-season native pasture, and are moved to a new paddock twice daily. They receive less than two pounds of grain per cow per day, and are hand milked (no surge buckets). Milk is strained into glass half-gallon jars (no plastic) provided by the herd share owners and picked up weekly at the farm. Herd shares are $50/share and bought back at the same price. The monthly maintenance fee is $30/share. There is a small farm store. Other products include chemical-free produce: winter squash and beans, fresh winter carrots, beets, spinach and greens. The creamery is located on County Rd. 46, half a mile from St. Rt. 7, at the Sow’s Ear Farm and Pottery. Pick-up hours are from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., seven days a week, or as arranged. Tours of this holistic, self-sustained farmstead can be arranged by calling the farm between 8:30 a.m. and 8:00 p.m, Monday – Saturday.

Utica: Payne Family Farm, Utica OH 43080, phone: 740-892-3720, email: organicmilkandmeat@gmail.com. Delivering to Westerville, New Albany, Pataskala, and Mt. Vernon. Private herdshares for raw goat milk or for raw cow milk (along with butter and cream, soon to add provolone and mozzarella cheese). Classes in making ice cream, kefir, and goat cheese. Pastured poultry custom butchered to your specifications, free-range turkey for Thanksgiving, and free-range brown eggs. They use stainless steel milking machines and a cooling system to ensure clean milk; quality control programs in place. Fields are organically re-mineralized every year and water supply is filtered. All farm products are scheduled for pick up through the office. Scarlett Payne is a Certified Natural Health Practitioner who sees over 250 regular clients for a variety of health issues. Now accepting new clients. Contact them for order forms, herdshare fees, and/or office visits.

West Central Ohio:

  • FreshStart Farm, The Thomas Family, 18120 Pasco Montra Rd, Jackson Center OH 45334, email: jmtacf@watchtv.net, web: freshstartfarm.homestead.com. Jersey cattle, currently milking 60. Butterfat: 5%+; Protein: 4.6%+. They bottle in returnable half-gallon glass bottles. They have herdshares available and are looking to organize driving groups for Dayton, Columbus, and Cincinnati.
  • Pasture’s Delights, 4579 N. Salem Rd, Decatur IN 46733, phone: 260- 517-9298, email: cowsfly@hotmail.com, web: pasturesdelights.com. Shares for sale in a 100% grass-fed (no grain) dairy herd. The cows are pastured and fed hay grown on land undergoing organic transition using a superb soil nutrition program. Cows are managed so that milk is available every week of the year. No artificial growth hormones, antibiotics, or pesticides used on the animals or land. Milk is tested regularly. Use their “Neighborhood Milk Locator” to connect with others to “milk-pool” to the farm and cut transportation time and costs.
  • E.A.T. Food for Life, Dan & Nancy Kremer, Yorkshire OH 45388 (1 hour NW of Dayton in N Darke County, West Central OH), Farm store sales and delivery locations in Greenville, Troy/Tipp City, Huber Heights, Dayton, Cincinnati, phone: 419-336-5433, web: eatfoodforlife.com. Herdshares available for organic, pastured raw milk, butter, cream, yogurt and raw milk cheeses. Eggs, turkey, chicken, beef, pork and crushed wheat. Looking for delivery locations in Columbus on Wednesdays.


  • Harvest Hills Farm, Deb Gray, in Wooster near Apple Creek, phone: 330-262-4123, email: harvesthillsfarm@gmail.com, web: harvesthillsfarm.com. They raise registered Nubian and Saanen dairy goats for both showing and milk production. Now offering herdshares for those interested in having their own raw goat milk.
  • Sugar Nanny, 2252 E. Tolbert Rd, Wooster, Ohio 44691, phone: 330-234-1881, email: sugarnannys.com.  Unpasteurized milk 12 months out of the year.  They raise registered American Saanen Dairy Goats, fed GMO-free food and fresh fodder each day. They are also pasture-raised. Herdshares or product shares available. Non-GMO goat milk soap, caramel, cajeta, yogurt and cheese also available.

Westerville: Drop off point for Payne Family Farm, see Utica listing for more information.

YorkshireE.A.T. Food for Life, Dan & Nancy Kremer, Yorkshire OH 45388 (1 hour NW of Dayton in N Darke County, West Central OH), Farm store sales and delivery locations in Greenville, Troy/Tipp City, Huber Heights, Dayton, Cincinnati, phone: 419-336-5433, web: eatfoodforlife.com. Herdshares available for organic, pastured raw milk, butter, cream, yogurt and raw milk cheeses. Eggs, turkey, chicken, beef, pork and crushed wheat. Looking for delivery locations in Columbus on Wednesdays.

46 thoughts on “Ohio

  1. I have a family cow and her new bull calf for sale. She is a Mini Jersey and stands 46 1/2 inches tall. She was born 4-5-2007 and has had 4 calves, her latest was born 8-21-13. She is very gentle, broke to lead and a great breeder/birth-er and Mom.
    I am in SW Ohio outside Cincinnati. I also have a surge milker complete set up with a vacuum pump all hoses, etc. I wouls like $2750 for the pair and the milker.
    If you or anyone you know is interested contact me at danniesander@ymail.com.

  2. We are moving to the Cleveland Area and are looking for raw cow’s milk. Does anyone know of any raw dairy farmers in the Cleveland Area? Thank you for you help!

  3. Brand new to Ohio (Urbana) & am missing my raw milk. Any producers/herd share available near Urbana? For that matter, for 100% grass fed beef? Thanks for the help.

  4. Raw milk and gardening. I understand they go together better then any comertial fertilizer. I’m researching this information for a book I’m trying to write. But the law is in my way to get my hands on this organic resource. Please someone help, I’m in the Cleveland area. I’d need a gallon or two…

  5. I live in Bowling Green, is Toledo the closest area where I can find raw milk? it mentions the raw milk cheese but I wasnt sure if it has actual raw milk as well.

  6. I do not understand this herdshare and not sure if buying raw milk is legal or illegal. I had milk from cows “that still had a little cream on top” when I was a little girl. I’m a grandmother now and doing research on getting the best nutritious milk that I can. I’ve been reading about the vitamin k-2, A, D and E vitamins that are necessary for prevention of diseases. My husband has cancer and I thought this would benefit him and I. Would appreciate an honest answer and if someone could explain this to me. I live in Allen County, Ohio. Thank You !

    • In Ohio, it is illegal to SELL raw milk. But it is NOT illegal to DRINK raw milk–in Ohio or any state. So, how can you get raw milk to drink if you can’t buy it? You buy your own cow, or a share in a cow or herd of cows. It is definitely legal to buy a cow or a share in a cow! Since most people do not live on farms, buying a herdshare and paying the farmer to take care of your cows and milk them for you is the most convenient option. This is legal in Ohio and most states–it’s a very old type of legal arrangement, going back centuries in Europe.

  7. I want to have all this natural food and such in my house to raise my children more healthy than I was raised! I am interested in this raw milk and dairy! I live between Bowling Green and Findlay, Ohio and I am wondering has anyone in the area found a cowshare and how its working for them!? Who can I contact? email me directly at s.cole824@yahoo.com

  8. Still have not found a ‘convenient’ source for raw milk. I am fine with a herd share program. I just moved out to Harrison OH. From what I see the closest source is either in Hamilton OH (22 mi one way), or have it delivered to Westwood (17 mi) that was shipped from Hillsboro (70 mi away)

    Would love to give my 2 year old daughter something better than store bought but cannot find a way for it to make sense. Any help is appreciated.

  9. Our family recently moved from out of state to the Cedarville, OH area. We would love to join a herdshare in our area. Does any one know of one that delivers or is close to the Cedarville area.

  10. Some of this information needs to be updated. I’ve been searching for a new source of raw goat milk in my area, and some of the contact information given leads to nothing but a dead end. Trinity Acres in Middletown is totally inaccessible. I’m still waiting on return calls and emails from some of the other listings.

    • Thanks for your comment. Because listings are voluntary and there are hundreds (or more) on this site, it’s simply not possible for us to monitor if/when a provider no longer offers raw milk products (or if they relocate or change their contact info) unless they let us know. We will remove the Trinity Acres listing.

  11. Is there anywhere near West Chester, OH (between Cincinnati & Dayton) that has raw goat’s milk? or sheep’s milk?

    • I’m looking for raw goat milk in this area also. Sheep milk would probably be fine as well. We’re currently near Middletown, soon moving to Wilmington. I’m willing to drive quite a way to get this because I have 2 daughters who can’t drink cows milk. If anyone knows of anything available, I would greatly appreciate it. I check this site frequently, or you can email me at slemons@cinci.rr.com.

  12. I remember bottles of milk brought by the milkman in the early 1960′s. Does anyone know if this was real raw milk? Thank you!

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