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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 Tennessee:

Statewide-Private Buying Club:

  • Miller’s Biodiversity Farm: leave a message at: 717-786-7895. 100 percent grass-fed. 100 percent of their milk is A2-A2. Real nutrient-dense products directly from the farmer. They ship nationally to doors in all 48 contiguous states. Reduced or free delivery to groups in NJ, NY, and MA. Open to establishing new drop sites throughout the US. Willing to be a vendor at your workshop or conference. Products: raw grass-fed milk – cow, goat, sheep and camel, raw yogurt – cow, goat and sheep, raw kefir – cow, goat and sheep, raw cheese – cow, goat and sheep, raw cream, sour cream, cottage cheese w/ cream, butter, ice cream; pasture raised meats – beef, pork and soy-free poultry, soy-free fertile pastured eggs, 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 are a buying club; free to create an account and purchase with them. Visit amishbiofarm.com for details or to place an order. They guarantee customer service and product quality.

Algood: Fall Creek Farms and Orchard House Creamery serve this area. See their full listings under Spencer.

Athens: Echo Valley Farm, offers herdshares for this area. See full listing under Madisonville.

Bristol: Miller Branch Farm (also serving Bluff City. Elizabethton), Amanda Henson, phone: 423-845-9598 (call or text), email: millerbranchfarm@gmail.com, web: www.millerbranchfarm.com, Facebook: millerbranchfarm Guernsey/Jersey cross, A2/A2, forage fed and receives feed at milking time. Cow shares available, $50 refundable one-time fee, $30 per month (entitles share holder to one gallon per week, more than one share can be purchased). Pick up available at farm, in Bristol, on weekdays or can offer delivery certain days of the week. Also have fresh eggs and grass fed lamb meat available for purchase.

Centerville: Belle Springs Farm, Claire, email: claire@bellespringsfarm.com. Provides shares in a herd of Jersey cows that are free of antibiotics and added hormones. All transactions are done in accordance with the laws of the state of TN.


  • Cloudcrest Farm, Shannon Hinson, 39 Brown Rd, Rossville, GA, 30741, phone: 423-991-8354, email: cloudcrestga@gmail.com, Facebook: Cloudcrest-Farm-2022391664703470/. 10 minutes from Chattanooga. They offer grass-fed, raw milk, butter and yogurt, as well as pastured eggs. All non-GMO. On farm purchases only. Contact them to schedule a visit or receive a tour.
  • Echo Valley Farm, offers herdshares for this area. See full listing under Madisonville. .
  • Fall Creek Farms/Orchard House Creamery serve this area, including Main St. Farmer’s Market in Chattanooga on Wednesdays. See their full listings under Spencer.
  • Flying-V Farms, within 25 miles from downtown Chattanooga, Andrew and Elizabeth Vivian; phone: 865-314-3592, 423-762-7475; web: www.Flyingvfarms.com. Licensed with the GA Dept. of Agriculture to sell raw milk for pet purposes only per Georgia law. Registered French alpine dairy goats are raised on pasture year round. During lactation, goats are fed quality alfalfa hay and a small amount of non-GMO grain blend formulated by Resaca Sun at milking time. Milk is double strained, and immediately chilled in glass containers. No synthetic wormers, no hormones, non-GMO.
  • Mounts Family Farm, Rene Mounts, 2064 Shady Lane Rd, Dayton, TN 37321, phone: 423-667-3199, email: mountsfamilyfarm@gmail.com, web: www.mountsfamilyfarm.com, Facebook: mountsfamilyfarm. A2/A2 dairy Jersey cow, Nubian diary goats, grass fed beef cattle, free range chickens and ducks. Non-GMO and non-soy, grass fed practices. Raw milk ($10/gallon, or $40/month, sign up cost $50, refundable). Eggs ($5-7 for chicken and duck eggs, depending on the size). Grass fed beef (call for pricing, individual packaging or 1/4 and up of cow). Goats milk ($8/quart). Farm visits by appointment only. Pick up locations available on Tuesdays at the farm, Thursdays at Soddy Daisy and Saturdays at Nutrition World in Chattanooga. Please call or email for pick up hours. Farm tours will be available soon.

Chuckey: NGK Farms, Nathan Kimery, 509 Barren Valley Rd, phone: 423-257-3724, email: natkimery@direcway.com. They have a herd of Alpine, Nubian, and Saanen goats milked twice daily. Raw milk for bottle feeding calves or orphaned animals. You can freeze the milk to make last Longer.

Christiana: Honey Rock Creek Farm, RJ Zehr, Christiana, TN, phone: 615-522-7019, email: thumpen@gmail.com. Nubian Goats, Clover pasture, Alfalfa hay, no hormones or antibiotics, or herbicides. Herd shares available. They use a closed milking system, stalls kept clean and have plenty of straw bedding to keep goats physically clean. Will have goat milk soap and cheeses available. Farm also produces raw honey, and raises free-range eggs and meat chickens.

Clarksville: Driving co-op based in Nashville will be offering a Clarksville drop point on Saturdays if there is enough interest. The co-op has access to milk ($6.50/gal), cream, butter, fresh cheese, pastured eggs, produce, maple syrup and sometimes pork. Cows are Jersey cross, pastured and grass-fed with ration of oats with minerals at milking. No chemicals, hormones, or antibiotics used. Each member takes a turn driving to the farm then delivering to Nashville, one Saturday approximately every 12-15 weeks. Sign-up fee $25. Contact Angela for more info, email is preferred rawmilk@comcast.net, so she can reply with details, or by phone/text: 615-584-4816.

Colonial Heights: The Cows Are Out Dairy Farm, has a drop site for Jersey milk available as pet food in this area. See main farm listing under Johnson City.

Columbia: Drama Llama Ranch, Paul & Chrissy Jensen, Stiversville, TN 38451, phone: 615-630-2701, email: dramallamaranch@gmail.com, Web: www.DramaLlamaRanch.com, Facebook: dramallamaranch. They have a micro-dairy milking a small Jersey herd. Herd is on mainly silvopasture with open pasture available, high-quality alfalfa hay and fresh water available at all times. If a cow needs grain to gain weight, it is soaked, sprouted and fermented first. Cows are never enclosed unless they choose to rest in the barn by the fan during times of high heat. Cows are milked twice daily using a closed milking system. Chrissy Jensen is the creator of My Dairy Fairy: Udder Magic which is an essential oil and plant oil based antibiotic-free product for dairy cows. They utilize this antibiotic-free method of supporting their cows’ immune systems in lieu of traditional practices. Products available (through herd share) milk, yogurt, cultured cottage cheese, dulce de leche and possibly cheeses. Tours twice yearly for herd share members at a family picnic. Currently delivering to Columbia, Spring Hill, Franklin, and possibly other areas. If a group wants to have their own delivery date/time, they can organize a minimum of 10 shares and the farm will set up a new delivery point.


  • Fall Creek Farms/Orchard House Creamery serve this area, including The Downtown Green Market in Cookeville on Saturdays. See their full listings under Spencer.
  • Raisin’ Acres Farm, Pat and Sherri Stickler, located on route 136, phone: 931-854-1822 or cell 931-510-5201, web: www.raisinacresfarm.com, email: raisinacresfarm@gmail.com. They have been raising Lamancha and Apline dairy goats naturally for almost 10 years. Their closed herd is tested CAEV and CL free. Goats are fed a small amount of non-gmo (hand mixed) grain and alfalfa during milking and have free roam of barn, pasture, and browse. Full and half herd shares are available. Herd shares are for milk and milk products such as kefir and a variety of cheeses. Milk is strained and quickly chilled to 40 degrees. A full share is $30. They also offer free-range, pastured eggs that are fed non-soy, organic sprouted grains and fresh whey/milk. Call for availability and to arrange pick up.
  • The River Garden, Joseph and Katie, email: therivergarden2151@gmail.com, Facebook: TheRiverGardenSparta. Free-range style goats, no corn or gmo alfalfa. Shares cost $15/month in exchange for one pound cheese or four quarts of milk per month. Return milk jars for $1 credit and chevre containers for 50 cents credit. They specialize in hard aged cheeses as well as soft cheeses: cheddar, monterey jack, colby, farmstead, swiss, cheshire, gouda, chevre, mozzarella, feta, brie… and more.  One soft cheese offered each market. Hard cheeses are vacuum sealed and stay good until opened. Current cheese list posted weekly on Facebook. Delivery to Cookeville Farmer’s Market on Saturdays 8am-12pm.

Cottage Grove: Crum Farms, Manford Crum, phone: 731-336-6995, web: crumfarms.com. Herdshares for sale in a Holstein herd. Cows are housed in open-sided free stall barns with access to feed and clean water at all times. Cows are not given any hormones or antibiotics. The boarding fee works out to $4.50/gallon. Shareholders come once a week with their own containers to get their milk. There is a store on the farm that has pasture-raised chicken and beef. Cage-free brown eggs also available.

Dandridge: Safehaven Nubians, David E. Raybon & Donna R. Myers-Raybon, 1101 Sager Rd., Dandridge TN 37725 (off I-40 at exit 417, 35 mi E of Knoxville), phone: 865-475-0919, email: safehavennubians@juno.com. American & Purebred ADGA Nubians since 1991. They have been milking, making, and consuming raw dairy products (yogurt, kefir, butter, buttermilk, ghee, mozzarella, feta, cottage, chevre, St. Maure, ricotta, etc.) for about 15 years. Their livestock is on pasture 24/7/365 with some grain fed on the milk stand. They milk by hand and strain into wide-mouth half-gallon jars and into an ice water bath. It goes from 103 degrees Fahrenheit to just above 32 degrees in minutes.

DaytonFall Creek Farms/Orchard House Creamery serve this area. See their full listings under Spencer.

Donelson: Little Seed Farm, Raw milk cheese herd share with weekly pick-up at the Hip Donelson Farmers Market. See full listing under Lebanon.

Dover: Kent Family Farm, Cindy Kent, 120 Kent Lane, Dover TN 37058 (in Stewart County 7.3 mi from Dover on Hwy 49), phone: 931-305-9569. Raw milk herdshares in pastured Jersey cows. A $35 one-time fee plus $26 monthly boarding fee entitles you to one gallon of raw milk to be picked up at the farm weekly. Raw milk yogurt and butter are also available. Call for an appointment if you would like to see the cows and taste the milk.

DunlapFall Creek Farms/Orchard House Creamery serve this area. See their full listings under Spencer.


  • Shawn Dady is the director of three huge raw milk co-ops totaling around 100 gallons of raw milk per week. Prices are kept very low and they support local farms. If you would like to join or be on the waiting list, contact her via her website: tennesseansforrawmilk.com.
  • Weekly co-op based in Nashville/Franklin. Raw cow’s milk from Jersey cows that are primarily pasture-fed, with no hormones or antibiotics used. Requires being able to drive to the farms (1.5 hours south of Nashville, 1 hour south of Franklin) every 10 weeks on Thursday morning. Co-op has been established for 5 years and are looking for new members. Milk is $2.50/gallon, eggs are $2/dozen, produce in the summer/fall seasons. Contact lirichar@vt.edu for more information.


  • Chorval, Larry and Cindy Horvatin, phone: 931-678-4240, email: chorval@twlakes.net. Nubian, Nigerian and Mini Nubian goats. Raw milk to purchase for pet consumption. Please bring your own container.
  • Mini Nubian Gardens, Annie and Danny Keith, phone:931-268-3048, email: anniedanny2@gmail.com, web: www.mininubiangoat.com. Listing one raw goat milk share. The goats have access to free rotated pastures, plus they are fed alfalfa hay, TN co-op non-medicated dairy feed, alfalfa pellets and rolled oats. The price of a herd share is $15/month and entitles the shareholder to one quart of raw milk or one quart of kefir each week. Kefir can be second fermented with orange peel and sweetened with stevia upon request. Special cheeses will be offered when available. This is a small Mini Nubian dairy between Gainesboro and Livingston, TN. Products can be delivered to either Gainesboro or Livingston each week. Jars will be provided, but must be returned during pickup.

Gallatin (20 miles NE of Nashville): Standing Stone Nubians, Paula Butler, email: PaulaButler@Standingstonenubians.com, web: standingstonenubians.com. Fresh and frozen Nubian goat milk, goat milk fudge, and cheese.

GraysvilleRambling Acres Mountain Farm, Traci Thompson, Phone: 423-554-3777 or 423-280-0731, email: btthompson@bledsoe.net They raise Jersey and Guernsey Milk Cows on grass pastures, feeding small amounts of grain and alfalfa at milking time only. Herd shares available. They also have free range chicken and duck eggs available. Weekly deliveries to Chattanooga, Dayton, and Sale Creek. Expanding customer base and open to other surrounding areas for delivery.

Greeneville: The Cows Are Out Dairy Farm, has a drop site for Jersey milk available as pet food in this area. See main farm listing under Johnson City.

Harrison: Tyree Family Farms, Jessica C Tyree, 12131 Prism Trail Harrison, TN 37341, phone: 423-255-9017/423-316-0093, email: jessicatyree14@gmail.com. Currently milking Jersey, Holstein, and cross breeds being fed non-GMO sunflower pellets in addition to free range pasture and hay. All milk cows are tested annually and are negative for tuberculosis, brucellosis, bovine leukemia, bovine Viral diarrhea, and Johnnes. Milk shares are $25 with a $6/week board rate. Please call or email for availability of milk shares or farm tours.

Hartsville: Blue Moon Farm, Keith Harris, address: 2145 Honey Prong Rd Hartsville, TN 37074 (Hwy 25 east from Hartsville to Lick Creek {in front of nuclear plant} turn left – turns into Honey Prong Rd after a couple miles, farm on left), phone 615-633-1010, email: insp@nctc.com, website: www.bluemoonhomestead.com, Jersey, Brown Swiss milk cows, Khaki Campbell ducks, BSL Chickens, Texas A&M Quail.Cows grass and grain fed. Raw milk, fresh eggs for consumption and incubation, organic produce, winter greenhouse greens, honey. Sample Prices: Milk Shares – 5.00 per share per week; Chicken eggs – 2.00/Doz. , Duck eggs 3.50/Doz. Call or visit website for directions, prices, etc.

Hendersonville: Gloryland Family Farmstead, located just north of metro Nashville, phone: 615-636-2144. email: Glorylandfamilyfarmstead@gmail.com. A small, sustainable family farmstead offering milk and dairy, eggs, vegetables (including winter greens), and rabbit meat.  The A2 dairy goat and Jersey cow milk is sold both through herd shares and as quality pet milk suitable for all species.  The family farm and animals are managed holistically and humanely in keeping with good stewardship principles, with emphasis placed on improving the soil in order to produce pasture that makes for happy, healthy animals and nutrient-rich products.  The herd is tested negative for TB, Johne’s, CAE, and CL, and is raised as naturally as possible on pasture without added hormones, antibiotics, vaccines, soy, or GMO’s.  School and family farm tours, as well as workshops teaching cheesemaking, soapmaking, and family farmsteading topics are also offered.  More information can be found at their blog: Glorylandfamilyfarmstead.blogspot.com.

HixsonFall Creek Farms/Orchard House Creamery serve this area. See their full listings under Spencer.

Jack’s Creek: Barefoot Pharms, Elizabeth Davis, 2640 Hwy 22A South, Jack’s Creek TN 38347, phone: 731-803-7756 (call/text), email: barefootpharms@gmail.com. LaMancha, Oberhasli and Nigerian dwarf dairy goats. Goats have access to browse along with free choice grass hay. They are fed a 16 percent grain ration on the milk stand and are milked twice daily. Raw goats milk: $3 half gallon, $5 per gallon. Any  Available most weekdays but occasionally are out of town on the weekend for showing. Please call between 7am-10pm for additional driving directions, farm store hours, etc. Possible delivery to Jackson and Martin area. Tours are currently not available but may be in the future.

Johnson CityThe Cows Are Out Dairy Farm, Amy Tilley-Tipton, phone: 423-929-2427, email: thecowsareoutfarm@yahoo.com, web: thecowsareoutdairy.com. They offer whole Jersey and Guernsey cow milk without antibiotics, hormones or chemicals available as pet food. They also offer goat milk, grass-fed beef, goat and lamb and grass-fed whey pork. They have several kinds of cheese, kombucha and water kefir. Their cows are grass-fed and receive only natural feed when on the milk stand. Milk available for pick up at the farm or at drop sites in several cities as noted on this page. Call or email for information and prices.


  • EB Smith Farms, Daniel Smith, email: ebsmithfarms@gmail.com, web: ebsmithfarms.wix.com/ebsmithfarms, Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/EB-Smith-Farms. Jersey cows and La Mancha and Toggenburgs goats that are Mostly grassfed. Mostly raw milk, $8.50 a share, $30 buy in; will be expanding farm products later. Farm store hours are 8am to 8 pm; hours for phone calls are 8am to 8pm<, Farm tours are available upon request. Farm pick up right now but will soon be having drop off locations.
  • Echo Valley Farm, offers herdshares for this area. See full listing under Madisonville.
  • French Broad Farm, Earl Cruze, Knoxville TN, phone: 865-363-2366, Facebook Group. Jersey cow raw milk shares and boarding agreements are now being offered. Their Jersey cows are pastured year round on chemical free pastures. They receive no hormones or antibiotics. You may pick up milk at the farm on Friday or Saturday, or they will meet you on Saturday at a Lovell Road location and the Three Rivers Food Co-op on Central Avenue in Knoxville. Call Earl for more information. Cowshare agreement must be signed in compliance with TN law. For additional information join the closed Facebook group.
  • Holdout Farm, delivers monthly to this area. See full listing under Sunbright.
  • McBee Dairy Farm, Marcie McBee, 4317 Strong Rd, Mascot TN 37806, phone: 865-919-7098, email: mcbeedairyfarm@att.net, web: mcbeedairyfarm.com. Raw milk from pastured Brown Swiss cows and La Mancha goats.

Lenoir City: Echo Valley Farm, offers herdshares for this area. See full listing under Madisonville.

LeomaValle di Latte, Christine & Charles Edmunds, 300 Old Florence Pulaski Rd. Leoma, TN  38468, phone: 931-852 4007, email: christine@valledilatte.com, web: www.valledilatte.com. Raw Jersey and Holstein milk cow shares available, boarding and labor fees are around $4/gallon. Non-GMO grain-fed and organic pasture fed. No antibiotics or growth hormones. Strict sanitation practices adhered to. Other dairy products available to cow share members by request include: cultured butter, buttermilk, greek yogurt, cream cheese, cow’s milk feta, and semi-hard raw milk cheese aged over 60 days. Located in Lawrence County, Tennessee, about 12 miles north of the Alabama border. Homesteading demonstrations and classes are also offered through the farm. Call for more information.

Liberty: Quarter Spring Farm, Heather Bradley, 422 Davis Hollow Rd Liberty, TN 37095, phone: 615-498-0033, email: Quarterspringfarm@gmail.com, Instagram: @Quarterspringfarm. They have Saanen and Saanen cross goats. They are fed non-medicated and no antibiotics grain only on the milk stand. The goats free range graze 60 acres all day, every day. Raw goat milk available, pick up on the farm or meet at Murfreesboro farmer’s market on the square during their market season June-October. Tours of the farm are available at no cost.

Linden/Hohenwald: Father’s Bounty Farm, The Place Family, phone: 931-230-4146, email: fathersbounty@exede.net. ADGA Saanen herd. They have a “closed” herd raised on a chemical free farm. The milk goats have free access to browsing and pure alfalfa hay. During hand milking the does are fed whole oats and barley, organic kelp and brewers yeast. They use herbal dewormers, no chemicals or antibiotics used. The raw milk (for pet use only) is bottled in 1/2 gallon glass mason jars and sold for $5. The farm also produces goat milk soap, elderberry syrup, eggs, pork, chicken and rabbit. Call for an appointment if you would like to visit the farm.

Loudon: Echo Valley Farm, offers herdshares for this area. See full listing under Madisonville. .

Madisonville: Echo Valley Farm, Suzanne Morgan, phone: 865-399-8320, web: echovalleyfarms.net. Herdshares for sale in a Jersey dairy herd. Cows are on grass (no chemical fertilizers, herbicides, or pesticides), organic supplements, minerals, kelp, and Himalayan salt. The farm uses a sealed “closed in” system for milking, to protect milk from outside contaminants during and after milking. All equipment is thoroughly cleaned and heat sanitized after milking.

Manchester: Terra Dell Dairy Goats, Teri Dugan, 1074 Petty Rd. Manchester, TN 37355 (off I-24 at exit 110; halfway between Nashville and Chattanooga), phone: 931-808-4671, email: naturalrawdiet@yahoo.com, web: http://terradelldairygoats.weebly.com, Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/terradelldairygoats. French Alpine and American Saanen dairy goats with free access to chemical-free pastures. Goats also browse a nearby woods and are fed alfalfa hay and Chaffhaye, and get whole oats and barley while on the milk stand. No hormones. No antibiotics. Goats are only treated if needed. Goats are currently on monthly milk tests through the American Dairy Goat Assoc. They are machine-milked twice a day. Milk is cooled quickly in an ice water bath, and refrigerated in 1/2 gallon glass jars. We offer fresh raw goat milk half and whole shares or as “Pet food only”. Kefir, yogurt, fudge, ice cream, cheese, and more also available. Hours: 10 am to 5 pm Mon-Sat. Call for an appointment for pick up. Delivery is possible if there are enough people to pick up at one location.

Maryville: Echo Valley Farm, offers herdshares for this area. See full listing under Madisonville.

Mason: Grasshopper Farm, Nate Clifford, 3509 Gainesville Rd. Mason, TN 38049. email: Grasshopperfarmstn@gmail.com. Small herd of Jersey cows offering raw milk and butter through herdshare and for pet consumption. Farm pickup available Sun.-Wed., available at Collierville farmers market Thursday, and Cooper Young market on Saturday. Fresh eggs, live chickens and chicks available as well. Cows are pasture grazed with free choice hay available.


  • Fall Creek Farms/Orchard House Creamery serve this area. See their full listings under Spencer.
  • Integrity Nubians, Brenda Bell, 1208 Grizzell Lane, McMinnville TN 37110, phone: 931-657-2229 (days), 931- 686-2045 (evenings), email: bellfas@blomand.net, web: integritynubians.com. Raw goat milk.
  • Melissa, phone: 931-939-5021, email: melissa.jenkins@yahoo.com. Currently milking two cows, pet milk available for $8/gallon, provide your own containers.


Morrison: Integrity Farms, Dallas Kauffman, Morrison, TN, phone: 785-312-2480, email: kauffmantribe@gmail.com. Integrity Farms offers herd shares for their certified A2/A2 Jersey cow milk. Cows are grazed on grass enriched with sea minerals in summer and fed hay in winter. Grain fed at milking time. Milk is chilled quickly and kept in glass jars. $6/gallon at farm or $7/gallon delivered to Murfreesboro or Franklin. Call or email Dallas to set up arrangements.


  • Little Seed Farm, Raw milk cheese herdshare with weekly pick-up in Murfreesboro.  See full listing under Lebanon.
  • Trinity Rose Dairy Goats, Arden Ward, email: trinityrosetn@gmail.com, web: trinityrosetn.com. Limited number of herdshares for access to whole raw milk from their herd of Oberhasli dairy goats. Clean, sanitary milking practices. Farm is passionate about both raw milk and their goats.


  • East Nashville/Downtown: Weekly co-op. Raw cow milk, butter, and sour cream from Jersey cows that are primarily pasture-fed, with no hormones or antibiotics used. Eggs from free-range chickens and CSA produce also available. Weekly pickup times are flexible. Contact ryanandchristen@gmail.com for more information.
  • Little Seed Farm, Raw milk cheese herdshare with weekly pick-up at the West Nashville Farmers Market. See full listing under Lebanon.
  • Moo 2 U Dairy, Mike Armstrong, 1819 Dot Rd. Adairville, KY 42202, email:Moo2U@hughes.net, phone 615-804-6164, Facebook: MilkmanMikeMoo2U. Delivers to Nashville. See full listing under Adairville, KY.
  • Nashville (south): Eagleton Farm Milk Co-Op is a driving co-op that delivers near Nolensville Road/Old Hickory Blvd (8 min south of the zoo) every Saturday, for member pickup at their convenience over the weekend. Each member is required to take a turn driving to the farm 1.5 hours from Nashville, one Saturday approximately every 12-15 weeks (coolers provided). The farm offers milk ($6.50/gal), cream, butter, fresh cheese, ice cream, eggs (pastured, organic feed), produce, maple syrup, and sometimes pork and chicken. Cows are Jersey cross, pastured and grass-fed with a ration of oats with minerals at milking. No chemicals, hormones, or antibiotics used. Sign-up fee $25, thereafter $15/yearly. Contact Angela for more info, email is preferred rawmilk@comcast.net, so she can reply with details, or by phone/text: 615-584-4816.
  • Weekly co-op based in Nashville/Franklin. Raw cow’s milk from Jersey cows that are primarily pasture-fed, with no hormones or antibiotics used. Requires being able to drive to the farms (1.5 hours south of Nashville, 1 hour south of Franklin) every 10 weeks on Thursday morning. Co-op has been established for 5 years and are looking for new members. Milk is $2.50/gallon, eggs are $2/dozen, produce in the summer/fall seasons. Contact lirichar@vt.edu for more information.
  • West Nashville/Bellevue area: Weekly co-op. Raw cow milk and butter from Jersey cows that are primarily pasture-fed, with no hormones or antibiotics. Requires being able to drive to the farm every eight weeks or so on Thursday morning. Contact nancyjkennedy@gmail.com for more information.

Oak Ridge:

  • Echo Valley Farm, offers herdshares for this area. See full listing under Madisonville.
  • Holdout Farm, delivers weekly to this area. See full listing under Sunbright.

Readyville: Hidden Hills Farm, Jill Hoenmans, phone: 615-563-1822, email: jill@hiddenhillstn.com, Web: www.hiddenhillstn.com, Facebook: www.facebook.com/HiddenHillsFarm. Nubian and mini Nubian goat herd shares are available (full and half shares.) Farm uses a “closed in” milking system which reduces exposure to potential contaminants. Milk is strained, chilled, and stored in all glass containers. Goats have 24/7 access to  brush/pasture, and are offered minerals, supplemental natural grains and alfalfa for a buffet style feeding program, and herbal wormer prevention is feed weekly. No hormones or antibiotics are used on the farm. Pastures are not treated with chemicals. Free-range eggs also available.


  • Caldwell Swiss Farms, Aaron and Brittany Caldwell, phone: 865-850-3233 (No calls after 8pm). Milking small herd of registered brown swiss cows only. Herdshares are available, with deliveries to Crossville, Rockwood, Oakdale, Kingston, Spring City. Will consider adding other routes on a weekly basis if consumer base will allow for it economically.(20 gallons required for new route). No antibiotics or hormones are given to the herd. If cow needs antibiotics for its care, it is taken out of milking herd until 4x the withdrawal protocol of the antibiotic needed. Cows are grass-fed except during winter months and hay will be given. Cows are substituted non-GMO feed while in the milking parlor. Cows are free of Brucellosis, TB, Johnes. Milk quality is tested at lab on a sub quarterly basis for each individual quarter of each cow. Weekly testing is done on the farm. Milking done by machine, strained and chilled immediately post-milking. All milk is put into and delivered in glass. No plastic ever. Equipment is cleaned and sanitized after and before each milking.
  • OOH RAH Dairy Goats, Karen Stark, 1307 Winton Chapel Rd., Rockwood, TN, 37854. Phone: 865-805-2710, email: oohrahgoats@gmail.com, Facebook: oohrahgoats. Veteran-owned, registered Oberhasli and LaMancha goats. Herd shares available for $30 purchase, then $30 a month; one share entitles the holder to a gallon a week. Milking done by machine, strained and chilled immediately post-milking. All milk is put into and delivered in glass. Equipment is cleaned and sanitized after and before each milking. Free milk samples. Farm visits by appointment only.

Rogersville: Zebulon Heritage Farm serves this area. See full listing under Sneedville.

Rutledge: Ritter Farms, Nancy, 2999 Hwy 11W South, phone: 865-599-4588, email: nancy@ritterfarms.com, web: ritterfarms.com. Herdshares available in herd of two registered Jersey cows, no hormones or antibiotics used. Flexible weekly pick-up schedule. Cream and butter also available, as well as eggs from free-range hens.

Saltillo: H & H Dairy Goat Farms, Joe & Joan hehe, Doug & Amy Holder, phone: 731-687-3819 or 731-687-3886, email: holdera2@k12tn.net. Raw goat milk with goat share agreement, $7/gallon. Goat cheese, soap and lotion also available. Now offering Jersey cow milk herd shares. Delivery price 7/gallon, local farm pickup price $5/gallon. Delivery to West TN Farmers Market in Jackson every Saturday. Delivery to Savannah and Adamsville area every Monday afternoon.

SavannahStay’N Put Farm, Eliena and Rick Bodtke345 Boon Lane Savannah, TN 38372, phone: 731-412-4318, email: Eliena@msn.com, Milk from Dexter cows and Nubian goats. Naturally raised with non-GMO feed, scercia hay, alfalfa hay and rotational pastures.
Products available include goat and cow milk, yogurts, kefir, soft cheeses, veggies, soaps and shampoos.

Sevierville: Critter Hollow Farms, Shawn and Kathy Breeden, phone: 865-366-5332, email: critterhollowfarms@gmail.com, Facebook:  critterhollowfarms. Lamancha, Saanen, Alpine/Saanen cross, Alpine/Nubian cross, and Alpine/Nubian/Saanen/Guernsey cross goats. Raised in chemical/herbicide/pesticide-free pasture/forest. Antibiotic, hormone, and steroid-free. Medicine only given if needed, and then those are not milked for human consumption for a minimum of 2 weeks after medicine has stopped. Herd shares available to purchase, $15/share. Each share entitles the owner to raw milk from their partially owned dairy goat(s). Shares can be sold back to Critter Hollow Farms if you wish to relinquish your ownership. Fees are as follows:$15/month: 1 quart of raw milk per week (plus refundable bottle/lid deposit of $1.50 per bottle/lid set). $30 for first month, includes your herd share and first month’s product. $27.50/month: 2 quarts of raw milk per week (plus refundable bottle/lid deposit of $1.50 per bottle/lid set). $42.50 for first month, includes your herd share and first month’s product. $50/month: 1 gallon of raw milk per week (plus refundable bottle/lid deposit of $1.50 per bottle/lid set). $65 for first month, includes your herd share and first month’s product. There are a limited amount of herd shares available. First come, first served. Feel free to call, text, or email to schedule a tour and/or milk tasting to see what it’s all about.

Sneedvile: Zebulon Heritage Farm, Ronel Visser, Located near Sneedville TN, phone: 423-973-3682 or 423-300-4056  Email: zebulonheritagefarm@gmail.com, Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/zebulonheritagefarm/info. Zebulon Heritage Farm raise and milk Jersey cows. The cows are on pasture 24/7. They receive a small amount of grain if they need it to maintain healthy body condition and steady milk supply. They receive no hormones. The milk is regularly tested to assure quality and cleanliness, and provided in glass half gallon jars with plastic lids. Share members need to pay an initial deposit on the jars. Shares are available for a one time refundable fee of $20 per share. The monthly boarding fee comes to $5.07 per gallon when delivered locally and $6.00 per gallon when delivered in Rogersville. Delivery in Sneedville, Rogersville and possible delivery in Tazewell and Morristown area also. Calling hours: 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM Sunday – Friday.

Soddy DaisyFall Creek Farms/Orchard House Creamery serve this area. See their full listings under Spencer.


  • Fall Creek Farms/Orchard House Creamery serve this area. See their full listings under Spencer.
  • Jones Farms, Christa Gooch and Kenneth Jones, 600 Hawkins Road, Sparta, TN, 38583, phone: 931-854-6185, email: jonesfarmstennessee@gmail.com, web: www.jonesfarmstennessee.com, Facebook: facebook.com/jonesfarmsherdshare. Pasture fed Jersey cows. Raised on pasture and a small ration of dairy feed at milking time. Raw cow milk herd shares. See website for herd share information and documents. Milk pickup available in Cookeville on Monday and Wednesday evenings. Farm visits are available please call to talk with farmer.


  • Fall Creek Farms, Dana Bleasdale and family, phone: 931-946-2229 or 931-316-2587, web: fallcreekfarms.net. Raising Alpine and Alpine Cross goats for over a decade. Herdshares available (full and half shares), with deliveries weekly to Cookeville, Algood, Sparta, Chattanooga, Dunlap, and Soddy Daisy. Milk is double strained, chilled, and delivered in all glass containers. Looking to expand customer base especially in Chattanooga-Soddy Daisy-Dunlap area. The goats free-range on brush/pasture, and are fed a supplement of grain and alfalfa. They use herbal dewormer; no hormones or urea. Free-range eggs, grass-fed beef and lamb, pork, and chickenn also available. They were Certified Naturally Grown in 2011.
  • Orchard House Creamery, Ben and JoAnna Bleasdale, 545 Walling Rd, Spencer, TN, 38585. phone: 931-256-7524, email: orchardhousecreamery@gmail.com or joanna@orchardhousecreamery.com, web: www.orchardhousecreamery.com, Facebook: orchardhousecreamery. Jersey cows, Grass based feeding practices, organic method (not organic certified), non-GMO, rotational grazing along with free choice hay. Raw milk and cream herd shares, pastured pork, grass fed beef, $50 herd share fee, $8 weekly boarding fee (1 full share/one gallon). Drop deliveries from Chattanooga to Cookeville and everywhere in between. Two markets weekly: Main St Farmer’s Market in Chattanooga on Wednesdays The Downtown Green Market in Cookeville on Saturdays. Call or text anytime. Email or Facebook as well. Each checked frequently and will reply as soon as possible. Herd shares available year round and always have more available.

Stanton: Dairy Goats and More, Jennifer, email: dairygoatsandmore@gmail.com. Raw Nubian and pygmy goat milk for sale in (for pet use only) Goats are hand milked daily and milk is sold for $11/gallon.

Sunbright: Holdout Farm, (40 min W of Oak Ridge), phone: 423-289-3935; email: robatsunbright@highland.net, web: holdoutfarm.weebly.com. Herd of Lamancha goats and Jersey cow raised on pasture/browse, organic garden vegetables, local hay, and a home-mixed diet of oats, peas, flax seeds, alfalfa, and kelp. No commercial feed. No GMO. Goat and cow shares available. Have raw milk, and raw milk products such as: cream, butter, yogurt, buttermilk, and soft cheeses. Delivers weekly to Oak Ridge, monthly to Knoxville.

Washburn: Whitney Farm, 362 Shockley Welch Lane, Washburn TN 37888, phone: 423-523-2226 or 423-523-4838, email: tcawhitney@yahoo.com. Milking two Jersey cows and four French Alpine goats, as well as raising free-range chickens. Raw pet milk from mostly pastured (with some grain) cows is $5/gallon. Eggs are $3/dozen. Cheese available on request.

Watertown: Butterfly-Morn Farm, Michell Shrum, phone: 615-772-3065, email: Butterflymorn2001@yahoo.com. Certified healthy herd of registered Saanen, LaMancha and S x LM dairy goats. Tested yearly for contagious diseases. Goats are milked year round. Shares are now coming available. Occasional goats and poultry for sale, seasonal garden produce, etc.

Waynesboro: Bonnie Blue Farm, Gayle Tanner, 931-722-GOAT (4628), email: tanngoat@wildblue.net, web:www.bonniebluefarm.com. Located in southern middle TN, south of Waynesboro, north of Florence, AL off Highway 13. Raw Nubian & Saanen goat milk $5/half gal., Jersey cow milk $3.50/half gal. Pasture & browse, alfalfa hay and grain. Farm tours available – call for directions and to schedule pick up time. Free range eggs, rabbit, raw aged cheeses. Certified and accredited brucellosis and tuberculosis free herd. Raw milk for pet food.


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    • No complaints, none! This is the best, fresh, whole food around. Worth every dime for fresh milk and butter!

  1. 7.3 miles south of Dover on highway 49 is The Kent Family Farm. Herd shares are available. Contact Cindy at 931-3059569

  2. I just wish it wasn’t so expensive. I gave up drinking milk because $4.00 a gallon has became unaffordable, so I just buy enough to cook with. Even though I miss drinking a nice cold glass of milk, I simply can’t afford it, especially at $8.00 a gallon.

  3. Does anyone know of the closest farm that I can buy grassed Non GMO grain fed raw cow milk or grassfed non GMO beef/chickens near Murphy Nc? I’m open to Ga, or Tn. It seems everything is over an hour away and I’m hoping to find a closer farm if possible. Thanks.

    • There are Amish on highway 115 (Oakgrove to Pembroke) with signs up for ‘free range chickens and eggs’. I think they have ducks and rabbits also. Wish we had a few more options around Clarkville area though!

      • We buy chickens, rabbits. and eggs from them. Eggs are $2 a dozen or $4.50 for a flat. Flats are 30 eggs. Chickens run about $2 a pound and I don’t remember what the rabbits run.

    • In Memphis every other Sat at the Tsunami Farmers Market on South Cooper. Goat and Cow milk
      for pet food. We are grade A dairy. Cheese,rabbits,free range eggs. Oldest grade A goat dairy in TN. Phone # 931 722-goat

      • I apologize if I sound ignorant about this subject, but you said “for pet food;” are these products for human consumption, or does that have to be stated in order to be politically correct? I remember reading somewhere on the web that a company has to state that, so I’m curious. Also, I’m right outside of Memphis – about 40 to 45 mins. away, so driving to South Cooper would be awesome. I’m ONLY interested in safe raw cow’s milk, eggs, cheese, butter and the like. Thanks!

      • I keep hearing rumors and “well they were there” all the time about cows’ milk and butter…familiar with the market on Cooper but just don’t go there.
        Exactly when and where are you there so I can be there too….
        Why is it necessary to have my own glass bottles? Do you require?

        Pat Gordon

  4. We have raw nubian goats milk available now . We currently get 2 gallons a day for $7 a gallon we are in the underserved West Tennessee area in Middleton , TN

  5. contact Louis Buck at Tn Department of AG in Nashville, and express concerns- he is currently doing a 10 year plan document for ag and rural development in Tennessee – make voices heard about raw milk and any other issues.

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  7. Hello, I am looking for a farm selling raw milk and related products that is as close to the northwest corner of Alabama as possible. I live right on the Alabama/Tennessee line in Lexington, Alabama. I would not be averse to joining a co-op if it is within a reasonable driving distance. Any help with my search will be greatly appreciated!

  8. hi I’m in Murfreesboro and I’m looking for all organic grass raised and finished Jersey cows ..i would like to perchase raw Dairy products

  9. I live in between Chattanooga and Knoxville TN in Niota and I am looking for raw milk and or free range meats/eggs .. we use about 2 gallons of milk a week here at the house and 2-3 dozen of eggs as we eat a lot of them ..really need it to be affordable and close by so it will be worth my time and money though..I would be willing to pay up to 7 a gallon for milk if its good and up to 2.50 a dozen for eggs ..I make my own butter so maybe more milk every now and then .but paying 8-9 dollars a pound for meat is ridiculous .its not worth that to me .no meat is that good ..I would rather go hunting and kill my own LOL..as much meat as we eat around here we would go broke buying it at that price ..just saying ..if these farms would make it affordable to others we could put tyson and other companies outta business and they (the farms) would flourish ..Most want to eat healthier but have not got enough money to do so ..most have to buy as cheap as they can ..yeah it sucks but thats the way it is ..I really wished I could have a farm myself then my problems would be solved ..sigh

  10. We may be able to meet all of your needs. We have cow milk shares, free range eggs, and custom fed beef available in the price ranges you have specified. We are located in the Harrison/ Georgetown/ Birchwood area.

  11. I am a mobile veterinarian and also have some clients that can provide for some of your needs as well they may be closer. 423-316-0093 texting is better

  12. Looking to buy organic raw milk and cream/butter in the Muddy Pond/Monterey area. Would be happy to arrange a local coop to help distribute the milk.

  13. I am looking for both fresh cows and goats milk near Sharon, TN. Does anyone know of any that may be close. I am new to the area and don’t know what is or isn’t close.

  14. Does anyone has pure A2 cows and provides raw A2 milk? I’m in TN and would travel any distance to purchase. Thank you!

  15. Looking for a source in west Tennessee, in or near Lauderdale County, including nearby areas in Dyer, Crockett, Haywood, or Tipton that’s less than an hour’s drive. I’ve been looking for something close by and affordable in west TN for years! This area is rural and farmland, cows all over the place. Hard to believe it’s this hard to find. As my late husband said years ago, it’d be easier to score dope than buy raw milk! LOL And all these years later, I’m still looking. Thanks for any help!

  16. Hello,

    I’m a native of Memphis, TN, but have recently moved to Oakland, TN. It seems that the closest farm for fresh milk and milk products would be in Jackson, TN. I’m out in the country and have driven by several farms (with signs), and will reach out to them to see if they sell raw milk, and then I will suggest that they get listed here. But, for now, I will drive the hour and 3 minutes to get the products in Jackson.

  17. Looking for raw milk in the Sevierville area. I love milk and this is the only type I can drink without becoming sick and getting migraines. Thank you in advance for any information.

  18. The Cow Are Out Dairy located in Johnson City TN is closed down. Cannot find raw milk anywhere within about 3 hours in TN. Closest thing I can find is Ashville NC. Does anyone know of anything else? I am in the Elizabethon/Johnson City area

  19. I live in bulls gap and looking to get raw lamancha milk. Anyone please let me know who comes this way with time place and location.

  20. If anyone in the Crossville area is looking to purchase raw milk but doesn’t want to drive far, let me know. I have a share with Fall Creek Farms and currently drive to Cookeville for Saturday morning pick up. I would be more than willing to pick up your milk and bring it back to Crossville. 🙂

  21. I’ve recently discovered that conventional wisdom regarding dairy products has led me astray…

    I’m very interested in “herd shares” or whatever legal method necessary to obtain quality healthy unpasteurized, non-homogenized dairy products. Any and all please contact me if you have information on obtaining organic raw dairy products. I live 10 minutes south of Nashville just above Brentwood. I would love to be the healthiest version of myself. Thank you for your time and consideration!

    Reach me by phone: (937) 479-9984

  22. I need a A2 milk producing farm who pasture feeds and hay in the winter. No soy or grain. Please help!!! Thank you in advance

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