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  1. RAW MILK POLICY STATEMENT: The Weston A. Price Foundation’s goals include promoting a healthy diet for people everywhere, based on natural and traditional foods, and assisting individuals and families in accessing those foods through information, education, and helping to restore the direct relationship between food consumers and food producers. The Foundation believes, based on sound scientific evidence, that raw milk is an important component of a healthy diet. To assist its members and the public in obtaining raw milk, the Foundation publishes a list of farms that produce it, because this information is not otherwise readily and comprehensively available to consumers. Listing of a farm does not imply endorsement by the Foundation. Individuals who purchase raw milk and other natural foods for themselves and their families need to “know their farmer” because they bear the responsibility for ensuring that they are getting safe and healthy products.
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  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.
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Sources of real milk and real milk products in Texas:

Abernathy: Pereira Pastures Dairy, Albert Pereira, phone: 806-518-9081, email: amlkman@aol.com, web: pereirapastures.com. State licensed and inspected Raw for Retail Dairy. They currently milk 30 Jerseys and graze them on 160 acres of preserved native grasses. Their cows consume a 100% forage diet. No soy or GMO grains are fed, no hormones are used. They are the first and only cow dairy in the state of Texas to be Animal Welfare Approved. They operate as an organic sustainable farm, preserving the native grasses and wild legumes of the south plains. They are located 20 miles North of Lubbock and are Lubbock County only Licensed Raw for Retail Dairy. They offer raw milk, raw A2 milk, cream, sour cream. They will be offering aged cheese in the Spring. Other products are available through their herdshare program.

Alvin (south of Houston): Proverbs Farm, email: tammyk@proverbsfarm.com, web: proverbsfarm.com. A state-licensed Grade A goat dairy offering raw milk, fresh cheeses, and goat milk soaps and lotions at the farm and at local farmers markets. E-mail for milk availability and directions.

Amarillo: See Pereira Pastures Dairy, Abernathy TX listing for more information.

Argyle: Hidden Valley Dairy, Trey and Judy Thurston, 402 Old Justin Rd., Argyle (1 mi off I-35W), phone: 469-442-7775, web: hiddenvalleydairy.com, Facebook: hiddenvalleydairy. Licensed Grade A Raw for Retail goat dairy. They sell raw goat milk from their herd of LaMancha and Nubian dairy goats. Raw milk is sold year round in their farm store. Also available are pastured eggs, local honey, goat milk soap, lotion, natural lip balm, candles and other farm products. See website or Facebook page for store hours and product availability.

Austin:

  • Anderson Goats, Johan and Marlene Anderson, P.O. Box 24, Gause TX 77857, phone: 214-862-8066 (Marlene) or   214-263-8919 (Johan), email: b-poole@live.com, web: www.AndersonGoats.com. Selling whole milk (Grade A Retail Raw License) from free-range La Mancha and Saanen Goats that also receive some grain at milking. Available to take calls 7am to 10pm (Central time zone), phone to discuss supply options.
  • Elgin: Youngs Prairie Dairy, Frances Sharp, 356 Youngs Prairie Rd, Elgin TX 78621 (25 mi outside of Austin), phone: 512-304-5201, email: ypdairy@gmail.com, web: sharpgoatranch.com. State-certified Grade A Raw for Retail goat milk dairy. Nubian and Alpine goats are raised on a diet of alfalfa, grass hay, grain, and foraging. No herbicides or fertilizers. Grade A Raw for Retail goat milk, goat yogurt when available, and goat cheese soon. Contact them with questions or to schedule a visit.
  • Georgetown/Leander: Keno. Farms, Mary & John Fenoglio (owners), 1250 CR 249, Florence TX 76527, phone: 512-415-6801, email: fenoglio@embarqmail.com. They have raised dairy goats since 1971 and currently manage a herd of approximately 75 Nubians, Alpines, LaManchas, and Saanens fed a diet of grains, grass and alfalfa hay, and native pasture graze. Raw milk and a variety of cheeses are sold when available via herd share arrangements. Email them with “Herd Lease” in your subject line for details or call.

South Austin: City Farm Austin, Paula Tarver (Managing Shareholder), South Austin, phone: 512-655-9039, email: cityfarmaustin@gmail.com. Find them online by searching for City Farm Austin on Yahoo Groups, LocalHarvest.org, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. The microfarm is in a South Austin neighborhood and consists of LaMancha dairy goats and chickens that are managed as naturally as possible. All shareholders purchase a share of the herd, pay a monthly maintenance fee, and milk all of the goats once a week (+/- 2 hours). A full share usually yields 4 quarts or more. As a herd owner, Shareholders accept the risks of low production and benefits of excess production. Visits to the farm are by appointment only. Microfarm tours are free. Also offered are milking classes, basic cheese making classes and soap making classes.

Beaumont/Winnie/ Port Arthur: Pure Milk Farms, 22456 Vincent Rd, Winnie TX 77665 (60 mi E of Houston), phone: 713 261-6409, email: dairyfarmer144@yahoo.com, web: puremilkfarms.com. Texas certified Grade A for retail raw milk dairy farm offering raw milk, heavy cream, yogurt, kefir, and pastured eggs. Cows and chickens are fed 100% organically grown barley sprouts using a hydroponic sprouting system and free range pasture. No grain, soy, GMOs, hormones, antibiotics, pesticides, or chemicals fed/used on animals or pastures. Farm store hours: Mon-Fri 9am–6pm, Sat 3pm-6pm, closed Sundays.

Belton:
  • Ash Acres Dairy, James, Jayna, and Hanna Ash (owner/operators), 5898 Dice Grove Road, Belton TX 76513, phone 254-718-1722 or 254-780-6452, email: Jaynaash@yahoo.com, web: ashacresrawmilk.com. This Grade A Texas Raw for Retail Permit dairy farm has been in the Ash family for several generations. Their Jersey cows graze on their native pastures and river bottom lands, and are fed a small amount of grain while being milked. Tuberculosis- and brucellosis-free herd. Raw milk by the gallon and half gallon, with raw milk cheese and free-range chicken eggs to come. Store hours and tours are by appointment.
  • Soggy Bottom Goat Farm, Bob Bonney, phone 254-718-4868, please leave a message if unavailable, we will make it a high priority to call you back.
    email soggybottomgf@outlook.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/soggybottomgoatfarms. This is a small goat farm with Nubian goats. Raw goats’ milk, fresh and frozen goat cheese in a few varieties. Customers are advised to be on a schedule so products will be available when needed. Delivery may be available depending on quantity ordered and location. Goats are fed alfalfa and sudan and let out to pasture most of the day. A small amount of sweet feed during milking to make them content. Host a farmers’ market (The Market @ 35) on Saturdays from 8 am – 4 pm, weather permitting. Our products are also available at this market. Call from 9am-6pm for any questions regarding the farm or the market.

Big Sandy: Trimble Dairy Farm, Bobby Trimble, email: bobby@Jerseymilkman.com, phone: 903-576-0393, web: Jerseymilkman.com. They are currently milking four Jersey cows and sell certified Grade A milk and heavy cream by the gallon, fresh or frozen. No antibiotics or hormones used.

Boyd: Dream Girls Dairy, Amanda, Robyn and James Peters, 313 CR 3598 Boyd TX 76023, phone: 214-783-3203, email: prettyhorses@wisewb.comm, web: dreamgirlsdairygoats.com. Small dairy and show herd that has goat milk available year round. They also produce aged cheeses, and goat milk lotion and soap. Does always have access to pastures.

Bridgeport: Sandy Creek Farm, 1674 Cuba Rd., Bridgeport TX 76426, phone: 940-393-1176, email: scfswiss@yahoo.com, web: cowquest.com. In business for over 50 years, they sell milk, cheese, and butter from 100% registered Brown Swiss cattle. Cows are pastured all year, given humane care, and receive no drugs, hormones, or steroids. A note on Brown Swiss cattle from the farmer: “Considered the oldest of all breeds, their records of development go back more than 400 years. Imported into the United States in 1869, Brown Swiss milk is considered to be the perfect ratio of protein to other milk solids and has been credited for many world champion cheeses. Swiss milk has higher levels of Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) and is naturally lower in triglycerides. In several studies as little as one-half of one percent of CLA in the diet reduces tumor size by 50%. We have shown a National Brown Swiss Show Champion for the last ten consecutive years.”  Raw milk $7/gallon; $6/gallon with the purchase of 5 gallons or more. Honey also available in season. Open seven days a week, dawn to dark. Visits welcome.

Bryan and College Station:

  • WaterOak Farms, Mark & Pam Burow, (in the woods N of Bryan/College Station TX), phone: 979-279-2373, web: dairygoathaven.com. Grade A Raw Milk (fluid and frozen), on farm sales only. Licensed since 1998. Retail products sold in TX stores include whole milk ricotta cheese (14 flavors), feta, chèvre, Cheddar, Gouda, Monterey Jack, Parmesan, and yogurt (plain and organic fruit–strawberry, blueberry, and pineapple).
  • Swede Farm Dairy, Tim or LeeAnne Carlson, Waller TX, phone: 832-659-7070 or 936-931-1863, web: swedefarm.com. Raw goat milk, yogurt, kefir from a family run Grade A Dairy. Note that they also sell pasteurized products on farm and at area farmers markets, so be sure to ask for the raw.

Bullard: Triple F Farms, Lowrie and Karen Floyd, 9416 FM 855W, Bullard, TX, phone: 903-352-0077 or 903-312-7207, email:  farmer@fffarms.net, website: www.fffarms.net, Facebook:Triple F Farms. Grade A Certified Raw Milk Dairy

Cameron:

  • Campbell’s Classic Dairy, Regina Campbell, 1637 CR 312, Cleburne TX 76031 (2 mi S of Cleburne, few blocks off Highway 171 on CR 312 [1637]), phone: 817-202-8729 or 817-875-7672 (during milking time), email: at campbellsclassicdairy@yahoo.com, web: campbellsclassicdairy.com. Certified, raw for retail milk permit. Cows eat grass with grain offered to tempt them into the milking barn. No hormones or antibiotics used.
  • H H Ranch, 458 fm1600, phone: 254-697-2189. Raw goat milk; free-range turkey, duck and chicken eggs; live or frozen rabbits and chickens; whethers.
  • Sand Creek Farm, Ben and Alysha Godfrey, 1552 CR 267, Cameron TX 76520, phone: 254-697-2927, email: info@sandcreekfarm.net, web: sandcreekfarm.net. Sand Creek Farm is a family farm using sustainable farming practices. All their animals are humanely raised; no hormones or antibiotics administered. They have raw cow milk from Jersey, Guernsey, and Jersey x French Normandy cows on a 100% grass diet (completely grain-free), with a rotational grazing system. Cows are tested free of BLV (bovine leukemia virus), TB, Brucellosis, and BVD (bovine viral diarrhea).Their milk herd consists of all A2/A2 dairy cattle with an A2/A2 bull. Pastures are organically managed for forage quality with the goal of providing nutrient-dense foods. Raw, non-homogenized dairy products offered: whole milk, raw milk cheeses, yogurt, kefir, and whey. Note: the yogurt is pasteurized by process. The farm also offers pastured broilers, eggs, turkey, and pork (all raised on soy-free feed), and 100% grass-fed lamb and beef. Lamb can be purchased by the whole. Beef can be purchased by the piece, half, or whole. They also have raw filtered honey, grade B maple syrup (non-Certified Organic), and seasonal non-Certified Organic produce available via CSA, u-pick-em, harvest on the halves and individual purchases for members through a member online software. The produce is grown in their aquaponics facility, high tunnel, and in the soil. Many classes are offered upon request with a five-person minimum. Topics include Home Milk Cow, Aquaponics, Farming with Horses, Fodder Systems, Homesteading as a Business and more. Let them know what you would like to learn. Families may purchase from the farm store, join the farm with a membership, and/or participate in the CSA program. See their web page to join the farm or find a group near you.

Chester: Flying G Farm, Kristin Gutzke, 129 CR 2590 S., Chester TX 75936, email: kkicons at gmail dot com. This farm breeds registered Nigerian Dwarfs for show and home dairy. They buy their goats from tested CAE and Johne’s-free herds, then dam-raise kids. They vaccinate the kids, but use antibiotics infrequently, and use herbal wormer. They send their goats out on browse when possible, and also feed local hay when available. On the milking stand and in feeders, they feed commercial calf creep feed pellets, and bagged alfalfa hay or pellets during lactation and late pregnancy. They use a deep bedding system that is self-composting, and aerated with the help of chickens. Herd is kept small to promote tameness in the does and dam-raised kids. They are moving toward animal power for some of the farm work. They will offer a few herdshare memberships a year.

Cleveland: (Tarkington Prairie) Little Dairy on the Prairie, Allison, phone: 281-622-9973, email: texanmomof10@yahoo.com (put “real milk” in subject line). Raw goat milk for sale, fresh or frozen.

College Station: Anderson Goats, Johan and Marlene Anderson, P.O. Box 24, Gause TX 77857, phone: 214-862-8066 (Marlene) or   214-263-8919 (Johan), email: b-poole@live.com, web: www.AndersonGoats.com. Selling whole milk (Grade A Retail Raw License) from free-range La Mancha and Saanen Goats that also receive some grain at milking. Available to take calls 7am to 10pm (Central time zone), phone to discuss supply options.

Collinsville: R & C Dairy and Farmstead, Rocky and Carol, 40 Crossroads Rd., Collinsville TX 76233, phone: 903-429-2319, email: info@randcdairy.com, web: randcdairy.com. State-certified, Grade A raw milk dairy. Goat milk, Jersey milk, kefir, yogurt, buttermilk, goat milk butter, Jersey butter, fresh goat cheese, etc. Also offer goat meat and beef, goat milk soap, eggs and gift baskets. Please see their website for more details.

Conroe:

  • Calico Dairy, Herman and Kathleen Hoffman (owners), 10066 League Line Rd, Conroe TX 77304 (1.1 mi W of I-45, approx 45 min from downtown Houston; 15 min from the Woodlands), phone: 936-205-1414, email: Dairy@calicodairy.com, web: www.CalicoDairy.com. State-licensed Grade A Raw for Retail Dairy. Owners of this 40-acre dairy have been farmers and ranchers for 50 years. Their herd of Jersey, Ayrshire, and Holstein cows get alfalfa hay with supplemental soy-free, non-GMO grain. No hormones, antibiotics, or steroids are used. Raw cow milk, cream, buttermilk, kefir, butter, raw goat milk, and eggs are available daily and more products are on the way.
  • Lucky Lizard Ranch, email: LuckyLizardRanch@gmail.com, web: Lucky-Lizard-Ranch.blogspot.com. Seasonal family farm providing ungraded egg shares, farm shares, and dairy cow boarding. Farm shares and egg shares will be available in March-April 2013. Contact for more information on boarding fees and application. Small, closed, naturally raised and annually tested herd of Jersey cattle; poultry are on pasture in tractors, weather permitting. Produce, honey, firewood and other farm goods are limited to share customers. Farm tours by appointment only.

Cotulla: Last Chance Ranch, TJ Brown, 1091 Antonio Gonzalez Rd, Cotulla TX (5 mi W of IH 35, off FM 469), phone: 956-337-4205, email: southtxn@yahoo.com. Grain and pasture-fed Nubian goats, dewormed on scheduled basis. Filtered raw goat milk. Contact in advance. Small operation. Also sell eggs from grain and free-range fed birds.

Crockett: Guardian Farms, (48 mi NNE of Huntsville on State Hwy 19), phone: 936-544-2004, email: guardianangel@valornet.com. Dairy goats for sale (Saanens) through community goatshare program. Goats are fed grass, alfalfa hay, beet pulp, corn, oats, cottonseed meal, sunflower seed, and unmedicated high-protein pellets. Also offer pastured brown eggs, turkeys, guinea, and pullets.

Dallas/Ft. Worth:

  • All-Natchur-L, Janice Barton, Cleburne area (6 miles west of Grandview off 35W. Or 6 miles east of Cleburne. Either way take Hwy 4 to Sand Flat to CR 417 to CR 309 up hill and first left is the farm), phone: 817-645-5198, email: Janice_Barton@att.net. This Grade A licensed dairy has produced milk for 30 years. Products include whole raw milk, free range eggs, raw cheese, and raw honey. They milk Guernseys, Jerseys, Brown Swiss and few Holsteins, which are pasture grazed and receive some feed (no soy) in the barn. No added hormones or antibiotics. Hours are 5 am – 9 pm Sun. – Sat. Bring the kids, look around the farm, see the animals and enjoy the farm life.
  • Anderson Goats, Johan and Marlene Anderson, P.O. Box 24, Gause TX 77857, phone: 214-862-8066 (Marlene) or   214-263-8919 (Johan), email: b-poole@live.com, web: www.AndersonGoats.com. Selling whole milk (Grade A Retail Raw License) from free-range La Mancha and Saanen Goats that also receive some grain at milking. Available to take calls 7am to 10pm (Central time zone), phone to discuss supply options.
  • Campbell’s Classic Dairy, Regina Campbell, 1637 CR 312, Cleburne TX 76031 (2 mi S of Cleburne, few blocks off Highway 171 on CR 312 [1637]), phone: 817-202-8729 or 817-875-7672 (during milking time), email: at campbellsclassicdairy@yahoo.com, web: campbellsclassicdairy.com. Certified, raw for retail milk permit. Cows eat grass with grain offered to tempt them into the milking barn. No hormones or antibiotics used.
  • Cathy’s Critters, Kevin Smith, 7422 County Rd. 466, Princeton TX 75407 (10 mi E of McKinney), phone: 972-562-0583, email: kevin@cathys-critters.com. Nubian goat milk fresh in quarts or frozen by the gallon. Tips on cheese-making also available.
  • Cheerful Heart Farms, Delivers to Dallas. See full listing below under Decatur.
  • Coursey Family Farm, Mike and Annette Coursey, 6424 S FM 113, Millsap TX, phone: 817-992-8560, email: macoursey@centurylink.net, web: courseyfamilyfarm.com. Licensed Grade A raw goat dairy offering raw goat milk with no hormones added from certified disease-free herd of Nubians and LaManchas.
  • Full Quiver Farms, Ltd. Co, Mike and Debbie Sams, 6238 FM 3396, Kemp TX 75143, phone: 903-498-3884, email: fullquiverfarms@gmail.com, fax: 903-498-7252, web: fullquiverfarmstexas.com. Certified Raw For Retail. Products: raw milk, kefir, yogurt, whey, cheese, lacto-fermented vegetables, grass-fed beef, whey-fed pork, cage-free eggs
  • Garg Farms, Rakesh Garg, 10065 E. US Hwy 82, Windom TX 75492 (see driving directions below), phone: 972- 839-0027 or 903-732-0039, email: info@gargfarms.com, web: gargfarms.com, Facebook. Pure bred registered Jersey cows fed grass and grains. No hormones or antibiotics used. Offering raw whole milk for $8/gallon. (They also offer non-homogenized pasteurized milk, so be sure you’re getting the raw.) Farm store hours are 8-6 seven days a week. The day’s milk sells quickly, so call for availability before going to the farm. Driving directions:From North Dallas, Richardson, Plano, Frisco, McKinney, and Melissa: Drive N on North Central Expressway (US 75 N) to Exit 45 for SH 121 N towards Bonham. Arrive at the traffic light intersection of SH 121 and SH 56 in Bonham. Make a left at the light, to continue on SH 121 N. Drive ~1.5 mi to the intersection of SH 121 and US 82. Make a right on US 82 E. Drive ~9 mi to farm entrance gate, on your left. If you cross the intersection of US 82 E and FM 1743, you have gone too far E. The farm is on the NW corner of that intersection.
  • Green Cow Dairy, 682 County Rd. 370, Dublin TX 76446-8743, phone: 817-880-3247, email: GreenCowDairy@yahoo.com. Grade A Dairy with Retail Raw Permit. Selling raw milk from grass-fed cows for human consumption. Milk sold by the gallon anytime. Raw milk products available. Grass-fed calves for sale.
  • Hidden Valley Dairy, Trey and Judy Thurston, 402 Old Justin Rd., Argyle (1 mi off I-35W), phone: 469-442-7775, web: hiddenvalleydairy.com, Facebook: hiddenvalleydairy. Licensed Grade A Raw for Retail goat dairy. They sell raw goat milk from their herd of LaMancha and Nubian dairy goats. Raw milk is sold year round in their farm store. Also available are pastured eggs, local honey, goat milk soap, lotion, natural lip balm, candles and other farm products. See website or Facebook page for store hours and product availability.
  • Latte Da Dairy, Anne & Johnny Jones, 1304 Bridle Bit Rd, Flower Mound TX 75022, phone: 817-490-5004, email: info@lattedadairy.com, web: lattedadairy.com. Licensed Grade A “Raw for Retail” Goat Dairy. Their small herd of Nubian and LaMancha dairy goats is disease free and provides milk with no added hormones, antibiotics, or additives. They sell raw milk seasonally and on a limited basis, by the gallon when pre-ordered. They mainly use their milk to make award-winning soft and hard goat cheeses which they sell at all five Central Market locations in the DFW Metroplex as well as at the Cowtown, Coppell, and White Rock Lake Farmers Markets (in season). They show goats and have numerous champions in the milking lineup.
  • Lil Mac D Dairy Nubian Dairy Goats, web: lilmacd.com. Raw milk available; see website for more information.
  • Little Dub Farm, 4901 Kelly Road Fort Worth TX 76126, phone: 682-557-0990, website: www.littledubfarm.com. All Jersey X herd, fed mostly green grass and high-quality hay and some grain only in the milk parlor. Grade A fresh raw milk, free-range eggs, kefir grains, bunnies and meat rabbits. Please call for pricing. Hours are daylight to dark Mon-Sat. Visitors welcome. Located in west Fort Worth, between Benbrook and Cresson. Call for directions.
  • Milk Pastures, Charles Ulrich, 3445 FM 934, Itasca TX 76055 (4 mi W of 35 W on 934), phone: 817-487-2578, email:  info@ulrichsrawmilk.com, web: milkpastures.com. Licensed Grade A Retail Raw Milk farm of Jersey/Jersey cross cows, pastured 24/7.
  • Rehoboth Ranch, Robert and Nancy Hutchins, 2238 County Rd. 1081, Greenville TX 75401 (45 mi NE of Dallas), phone: 903-450-8145, email: hutchins@rehobothranch.com, web: rehobothranch.com. Farmers and their 12 children own and operate this 300 acre organic farm and ranch, a Grade A Raw Goat Milk Dairy, with grass-fed beef and lamb, pastured chicken and pork, and eggs from free-ranging hens. Milk is available for sale from the ranch only per the state regulations. Email or call for availability. Grass-fed and pastured meats and eggs, plus cheese and jerky, is available at the Dallas Farmers Market each Friday and Saturday, 9am–4 pm, year round. Ranch store is open Monday–Saturday, 9am–5pm; call before you come.
  • Rosey Ridge Farm, Hooley Family, 175 HCR 4415, Grandview TX 76050 (35 mi S of Ft. Worth, 60 mi S of downtown Dallas, 2 mi off 35W. From 35W going S take exit 12. Go E on FM 67, 2 mi to County Rd. 4415 on the right, in a curve. First drive on the right.), phone: 817-789-5196, email: roseyridgefarm@gmail.com, web: roseyridgefarm.com. State Certified with a “Grade A” Retail Raw milk permit since 2010. Milking 25-30 Jersey and Jersey cross grass-fed cows on native and forage grass diets grown without chemicals. To schedule a pickup, call or email Beth Ann at contact info above.

Dayton-Liberty (Tarkington Prairie):  Little Dairy on the Prairie, Allison, phone: 281-622-9973, email: texanmomof10@yahoo.com (put “real milk” in subject line). Raw goat milk for sale, fresh or frozen..

Decatur: Diamond B Cattle Company, Clifford and Cheryl Buchanan, Decatur (45 min NW of Fort Worth, 4 mi W of State FM Hwy 51 S), phone: 940-389-3816, email: diamondcb@embarqmail.com, web: diamondbcattle.com. Former commercial dairymen with 50 years’ experience raising champion Jerseys now offering raw milk. State-certified (TX Permit #481241).

Denton: Cheerful Heart Farms, Delivers to Denton. See full listing above under Decatur.

Dublin: Veldhuizen Family Farm, Stuart & Connie Veldhuizen, phone: 254-968-3098, email: info@veldhuizencheese.com, web: veldhuizencheese.com. Grade A Raw for Retail milk available from Jersey/cross cows. The cows are on green grass with a very low grain diet, no soy is fed. Selection of raw milk artisan cheeses available. They also sell pastured eggs, beef, and pork all raised on the farm.

El Paso: Pereira Pastures Dairy, Albert Pereira, Abernathy, phone: 806-518-9081, email: amlkman@aol.com, web: pereirapastures.com. State licensed and inspected Raw for Retail Dairy. They currently milk 30 Jerseys and graze them on 160 acres of preserved native grasses. Their cows consume a 100% forage diet. No soy or GMO grains are fed, no hormones are used. They are the first and only cow dairy in the state of Texas to be Animal Welfare Approved. They operate as an organic sustainable farm, preserving the native grasses and wild legumes of the south plains. They are located 20 miles North of Lubbock and are Lubbock County only Licensed Raw for Retail Dairy. They offer raw milk, raw A2 milk, cream, sour cream. They will be offering aged cheese in the Spring. Other products are available through their herdshare program.

Forestburg: Dry Valley Dairy, Charles Steadham, (1/10 mi off Hwy 1749 on Dry Valley Rd, near Forestburg in Montague County), phone: 940-964-2549, email: dryvalleydairy@gmail.com, web: dryvalleydairy.com. State permit for Grade A raw retail milk. Milking pastured, registered Jersey cows. Tours may be scheduled.

Fort Worth: See listings under Dallas/Fort Worth.

Gainesville/Lindsay: Circle N Family Dairy, Tommy & Michelle Neu, 2074 CR 446 Gainesville TX 76240 (5 mi N of Lindsay, 10 mi W of Gainesville from Hwy 82 and I-35 intersection. Take Hwy. 82 West through Lindsay, and turn on FM 1199 North 5 miles and the dairy is located on County Rd. 446.), phone: 940-372-0343, email: michelle@circlendairy.com, web: circlendairy.com. Family dairy since 1967. Open 7 days a week from 10 – 6. State certified (TX permit # 483209), offering Grade A raw milk and cream. See website for more information.

Gause (Milam County): Anderson Goats, Johan and Marlene Anderson, P.O. Box 24, Gause TX 77857, phone: 214-862-8066 (Marlene) or   214-263-8919 (Johan), email: b-poole@live.com, web: www.AndersonGoats.com. Selling whole milk (Grade A Retail Raw License) from free-range La Mancha and Saanen Goats that also receive some grain at milking. Available to take calls 7am to 10pm (Central time zone), phone to discuss supply options.

Georgetown: Dyer Dairy, Aaron and Susan Dyer,7801 E. Hwy 29, Georgetown TX 78626, phone: 512-638-0415, email: dyerfarms@fai-wireless.com, web: dyerdairy.com. Grade A raw whole milk from Holsteins, Brown Swiss, Jersey and Ayrshire cattle. Beef and free-range eggs available.

Gilmer: Bear Dairy, 8528 Giraffe Rd., Gilmer TX, phone: 903-725-7794, web: beardairy.com. Licensed raw cow milk retailer offering milk and cream.

Greenville: Rehoboth Ranch, Robert and Nancy Hutchins, 2238 County Rd. 1081, Greenville TX 75401 (45 mi NE of Dallas), phone: 903-450-8145, email: hutchins@rehobothranch.com, web: rehobothranch.com. Farmers and their 12 children own and operate this 300 acre organic farm and ranch, a Grade A Raw Goat Milk Dairy, with grass-fed beef and lamb, pastured chicken and pork, and eggs from free-ranging hens. Milk is available for sale from the ranch only per the state regulations. Email or call for availability. Grass-fed and pastured meats and eggs, plus cheese and jerky, is available at the Dallas Farmers Market each Friday and Saturday, 9am–4 pm, year round. Ranch store is open Monday–Saturday, 9am–5pm; call before you come.

Hico: Triple M Jersey Farm, (1 hour SW of DFW), email: rawJerseymilk@msn.com, web: triplemJerseyfarm.com. Currently operating with a Grade A “Raw” for Retail Milk License, Permit #481915. They sell raw milk from their herd of registered Jersey cattle. No hormones or antibiotics used.

Hondo: D – S Steubing Dairy, 2034 CR 532 (40 mi W of San Antonio off Hwy 90 W), phone: 830-931-5327, email: steubingm@peoplepc.com. Grade A Raw Milk Dairy. Raw milk from pastured, grass-fed Holsteins & Holstein/Jersey cross cows.

Houston:

  • Buying Clubs and Email Lists:
  • Anderson Goats, Johan and Marlene Anderson, P.O. Box 24, Gause TX 77857, phone: 214-862-8066 (Marlene) or   214-263-8919 (Johan), email: b-poole@live.com, web: www.AndersonGoats.com. Selling whole milk (Grade A Retail Raw License) from free-range La Mancha and Saanen Goats that also receive some grain at milking. Available to take calls 7am to 10pm (Central time zone), phone to discuss supply options.
  • Pure Milk Farms, 22456 Vincent Rd., Winnie TX 77665 (60 mi E of Houston), phone: 713 261-6409, email: dairyfarmer144@yahoo.com, web: puremilkfarms.com. Texas certified Grade A for retail raw milk dairy farm offering raw milk, heavy cream, yogurt, kefir, and pastured eggs. Cows and chickens are fed 100% organically grown barley sprouts using a hydroponic sprouting system and free range pasture. No grain, soy, GMOs, hormones, antibiotics, pesticides, or chemicals fed/used on animals or pastures. Farm store hours: Mon-Fri 9am–6pm, Sat 3pm-6pm, closed Sundays.
  • (North): See Cleveland, TX listing, above.
  • Proverbs Farm, See Alvin, TX listing, above.
  • Gramen Farm (Gramen is Latin for grass), Grant,20158 Bauer-Hockley Rd Tomball TX 77377 (30 mi NW of downtown Houston off Meusche Rd exit on Hwy 290), phone: 832-287-0140, web: gramenfarm.com. State permitted Grade A Dairy with raw cow dairy, grass-fed meat, and pasture raised poultry products. Currently milking 15 Jersey cows on 32 acres. They also have 15 Brangus grass-fed beef cows on another 20 acres. Open to the public 8-6 Mon-Fri; 9-5 Sat. Farm store, free petting zoo, family visits and farm tours encouraged.
  • Swede Farm Dairy, Tim or LeeAnne Carlson, Waller TX, phone: 832-659-7070 or 936-931-1863, web: swedefarm.com. yogurt, kefir from a family run Grade A Dairy.

Iowa Park: Gholson Farms, 402 FM 369 North Iowa Park, TX 76367, Jerry Gholson, phone: 940-733-2971, email: nmgholson@reagan.com, Facebook: facebook.com/gholsonfarm.com, Jersey Cows, primarily Grass-fed. We keep a small herd to serve the local community with fresh raw milk from farm-to-table.

Keller: Homestead Farms, Michael Farris, 4072 Keller Hicks Rd., phone: 817-307-5847, email: farris1018@yahoo.com, web: homestead-farms.net. Suppliers of raw and pasteurized goat milk, cheese and ice cream, free-range eggs, produce and meats available in season. Be sure to ask for the raw milk products.

La Coste: Miller Farms (15 mi W of San Antonio), phone: 210-508-1733, email: milfam1212@aol.com, web: millerfarmsrawmilk.com. Licensed Grade A Raw Milk for retail dairy. Family farm with Jersey and Jersey cross cows. Raw milk available by the gallon. Call or email for more information or to arrange a pick up.

La Grange: The Jersey Barnyard,  3117 St. Hwy. 159, La Grange TX 78945, phone: 979-249-3406 (store) or 979-249-6450 (Ralph’s cell), web: TXJersey.com. Grade A Raw for Retail Texas Permit #480704. Century family farm. Grass-fed, pastured Jersey herd since 1948. Farm tours offered daily, gift shop with raw milk, farmstead cheeses, and free-range eggs.

Lindsay/Gainesville: Circle N Family Dairy, Tommy & Michelle Neu, 2074 CR 446 Gainesville TX 76240 (5 mi N of Lindsay, 10 mi W of Gainesville from Hwy 82 and I-35 intersection. Take Hwy. 82 West through Lindsay, and turn on FM 1199 North 5 miles and the dairy is located on County Rd. 446.), phone: 940-372-0343, email: michelle@circlendairy.com, web: circlendairy.com. Family dairy since 1967. Open 7 days a week from 10 – 6. State certified (TX permit # 483209), offering Grade A raw milk and cream. See website for more information.

Llano (serving the Hill Country): Icthus Ranch, Denae, phone: 325-423-4439, email: goatygirl@ctesc.net, Facebook. Milk shares available in herd of Nigerian Dwarf and Nubian dairy goats. All does and kids are on native pasture, with plenty of browse. The does are currently hand-milked and on 305 day DHIA- with butterfat and protein staying in the 5-6% range. Milk available both fluid and frozen.

Lubbock:

  • Field of Dreams Dairy, Scott and Brandi, (E of O’Donnell TX, less than hour S of Lubbock), phone: 806-439-6316, email: fieldofdreamsdairy@yahoo.com, web: fieldofdreamsdairy.com. Currently in the process of obtaining a Grade A “Raw” for Retail Milk License, with hopes of being able to sell milk by Fall 2010 from their 100% grass-fed purebred registered Jersey herd. See website for more information about their farm and purchasing their products.
  • Pereira Pastures Dairy, Albert Pereira, Abernathy TX, phone: 806-518-9081, email: amlkman@aol.com, web: pereirapastures.com. State licensed and inspected Raw for Retail Dairy. They currently milk 30 Jerseys and graze them on 160 acres of preserved native grasses. Their cows consume a 100% forage diet. No soy or GMO grains are fed, no hormones are used. They are the first and only cow dairy in the state of Texas to be Animal Welfare Approved. They operate as an organic sustainable farm, preserving the native grasses and wild legumes of the south plains. They are located 20 miles North of Lubbock and are Lubbock County only Licensed Raw for Retail Dairy. They offer raw milk, raw A2 milk, cream, sour cream. They will be offering aged cheese in the Spring. Other products are available through their herdshare program.

Lorena: Crystal Creek Farms, Ben and Debbie Glinsmann, 810 S. Frontage Rd., Lorena TX 76655, phone: 254-881-2022 or 254-715-3810, email: amberk82@hotmail.com. Cowshare program licensed by the state of Texas to sell whole raw milk at the farm. Small herd of registered Jersey cows on pasture and fed organic grains and grasses mixed on site. Testing is performed monthly through Stephenville. Cream and hand-churned butter also available.

Mason: Cole’s Creamery, Glenn and Caren Rueffer, 2065 Ranch Rd. 1723, Mason TX 76856 (1/4 mile from town), phone: 325-347-7261, web: ColesCreamery.com. Grass-fed Grade A raw, full cream Jersey milk from herd tested for TB, brucellosis, Johne’s, BLV-Bovine Leukemia, BVD. Cheese and yogurt classes are planned; visits and tours welcomed.

Mercedes/Rio Grande Valley: Edens Lilly Goat Dairy, 5579 Rancho Toluca Road, Mercedes Texas 78579, phone: 956-463-7035, email: Edenslilly1@aol.com, web: www.edenslilly.com. Goats: Nubian, Mini-Nubian, LaMancha, Mini-Lamancha, Nigerian Dwarfs They range on 15 acres of irrigated Tifton/Bermuda grass at all times. Free choice hay as well. They receive black oil sunflower seeds, alfalfa pellets, beet pulp, barley brewers grains, and sprouted wheat at the milk stand every evening. Also receive free choice kelp and minerals. All animals are TB, Brucellosis, CAE, and Johnes free. Vet-tested yearly. Dairy offers 1/2 gallon jugs of raw milk by contract, for farm pick-up. Fresh or frozen. Milk is currently running at an average of 5 percent butterfat, dhia tested monthly. Call, text, or email for an appointment or tour.

Midland: Pereira Pastures Dairy, Albert Pereira, Abernathy TX, phone: 806-518-9081, email: amlkman@aol.com, web: pereirapastures.com. State licensed and inspected Raw for Retail Dairy. They currently milk 30 Jerseys and graze them on 160 acres of preserved native grasses. Their cows consume a 100% forage diet. No soy or GMO grains are fed, no hormones are used. They are the first and only cow dairy in the state of Texas to be Animal Welfare Approved. They operate as an organic sustainable farm, preserving the native grasses and wild legumes of the south plains. They are located 20 miles North of Lubbock and are Lubbock County only Licensed Raw for Retail Dairy. They offer raw milk, raw A2 milk, cream, sour cream. They will be offering aged cheese in the Spring. Other products are available through their herdshare program.

Mineola: The Waldo Way LLC, NaRisa Waldo, 395 County Road 2482 Mineola, Texas 75773, phone: 903-245-9673 or 903-258-4829, email: ris@thewaldoway.com or trentonmontgomery@yahoo.com, Facebook: The Waldo Way Dairy Farm. Grade A raw milk dairy farm featuring Guernsey milk, yogurt, local cheeses, butter, pastured meats and more. Store hours: Wednesday-Friday 9-5 Saturday 9-3. Look for farm signs on highway 37. Farm tours are available.

Moulton: Four E Dairy, Inc., 784 County Rd. 251, Moulton (S of I-10 between San Antonio and Houston), phone: 361-772-4148 or 361-798-6131, web: chaloupkafarm.com. Fresh raw Jersey milk from family-run Grade A dairy, Permit # H480320. Also eggs.

Nacogdoches/Carthage/Shelby County (Timpson): Texadus Family Farm, Harold and Lynn Jones, phone: 936-615-3050 (leave message with your number), email: Texadus@gmail.com. Small herd of LaMancha & Mini La Mancha dairy goats. Goat milk, eggs, and seasonal produce available. They usually milk year round.

Paradise: K-Bar Dairy, Jeff Lambert & Kimberley Gayan 237 CR 3389, Paradise, TX 76073 (38 miles northwest of Fort Worth), phone: 940.393.6095 or 940.389.1500, email: Kbardairy76073@gmail.com, website: www.K-BarDairy.com, Facebook: kbardairyfarm. Grade A, raw, for-retail dairy farm. Permit #481248. All Jersey cow herd; they milk, on average 20-25 cows year round. The cows can graze grass most months, and have access to almost 80 acres of grass. They are rotated, usually on a monthly basis. The cows are supplemented with an alfafa-grass mixed hay, fed a non-GMO grain, and are hormone-free. The barn is open from dawn to dusk, 7 days a week for your convenience. They have fresh jersey milk, fresh eggs, local honey. butter, yogurt, buttermilk, and cream. They also sell their own farm-raised pork and beef: pork sausage, pork chops, and ham; hamburger, rump roast and chuck roast. Lamberts have been miking continually since 1902. Carrying on the family tradition, Jeff & his fiancée Kimberley hope to see you soon at the dairy. Tours available, see their website for more details.

Pasadena: Udderladies Farm, phone: 281-487-1930, email: UdderladiesFarm@SBCGlobal.net. Raw goat milk for cheese & soap making at low prices.

Richland: 2 L Goat Dairy, 11966 Hwy 14 Richland TX, phone: 903-362-1757 (home), 254-747-0181 or 254-747-0133 (cells). Grade A Retail Raw Goat Dairy with milk checked by the state. Their goats are pastured as well as offered lactating goat pellets, chopped corn and sunflower seeds, and free-choice alfalfa hay. Milk available by the quart or half-gallon, fresh or frozen.

Rusk: Able Oaks Ranch, phone: 903-530-1009, email: vlyons@hughes.net. Raw goat milk and farmstead cheese available through community goatshare program. Goat milk and colostrum available for pets and soap-making occasionally. Call in advance for pick-up and directions to the farm. They also offer pasteurized milk products to be sure to ask for the raw.

Saint Jo/Montague County: Roger and Summer Nunneley, PO Box 250, Saint Jo TX 76265, phone: 940-987-3033, email: Nunneleys@aol.com. Raw goat milk and free-range eggs.

San Antonio Area:

  • D – S Steubing Dairy — See listing above under Hondo.
  • Miller Farms — See listing above under La Coste.
  • MooJesus!--See also listing below under Seguin.

Santa Fe:

  • Healthy Way Dairy, Bill and Irene Nelson, 15525 Cedar St, Santa Fe TX 77517, phone: at 409-739-2389, email: cowsplus@verizon.net. Grade A Raw for Retail Texas Department of State Health Services permit # 481402. Raw cow milk from pasture fed Jersey, Guernsey and Brown Swiss cows.
  • Miracle Farm, Santa Fe TX, phone: 409-925-2566, email: brokenshell@juno.com. Small hobby farm with raw milk from Nubian and Alpine goats available for making cheese and other milk products. They also make cheese and soap. They also have Boer goats, Dorper sheep and cross Dorper sheep, live and frozen rabbits, fresh eggs, cow milk butter, all upon request and availability.

Schulenburg: Stryk Jersey Farm, 629 Krenek Stryk Rd. @ Interstate 10, Schulenburg TX 78956 (Halfway between San Antonio and Houston and an hour SE of Austin), phone: 979-561-8468, web: TXcheese.com. Transitional organic family farm has had pastured, grass-fed Jersey cows since 1950. Grade A Raw Milk for Retail (TX Permit # H480316) to provide fresh milk and other raw milk products.

Seguin: MooJesus! Dairy, Pastor Gina, 12060 FM 466, Seguin TX 78155, phone: 830-491-8557 or 830-491-8556, web: moojesus.com. Licensed by the State of Texas as a raw milk hand milking dairy. MooJesus! Dairy Store sells grass-fed Jersey cow milk, cream, yogurt, soft cheese with herbs, butter, ice cream, buttermilk, milkshakes, smoothies, and more. They also sell ranch raised grass-fed meats and poultry, certified naturally grown produce, sprouted grain bakery items, naturally fermented sauerkraut, coconut oil products and a sprouted nut, butter, and organic maple syrup mixture called Nutzola©. The farm-to–table restaurant offers naturally grown fare. They also have activities such as fishing on the Guadalupe (B.Y.O. pole), touring the gardens and dairy, horseback riding, and horse drawn carts, and live Christian music. You may order a picnic lunch to eat on the grounds. Winter hours: The restaurant is open and tours available on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month. The store is also open on Mon-Fri for milk, cheese, butter, meats and produce. They are closed on Sunday.

Texarkana: Rose of Sharon Acres, 3907 CR 1202 N, Maud TX 25 min from Texarkana), phone: 903-585-5113, web: roseofsharonacres.com. Small family run ADGA Nubian herd. See for availability of kids and goat milk products.

Tomball (North of Houston): Theesfeld’s Nubian Dairy Goats, Stephan & Lynn Theesfeld, phone: 281-787-2941, email: theesfelds_nubians@yahoo.com, web: theesfelds.webs.com, Facebook: Theesfelds Nubians. Raw goat milk and goat milk soaps.

Tyler/Longview

  • Dripping Springs: P. S. Dairy, 15597 CR 1145 , Tyler, Texas 75704, phone: 330-234-1881, email: sugarnannys@yahoo.com, web: sugarnannys.com. Real goat milk from registered American Saanen dairy goats fed GMO-free food and fresh fodder daily. Herdshares available. They also make goat milk soap, caramel, and cajeta.
  • (Mineola): Lindley Organic Farm, Pam and Chad Trent, PO Box 1249, 3440 FM 49, Mineola TX 75773, phone: 903-330-2902 (Pam) or 903-780-8924 (Chad), email: pjtrenco@aol.com, web: lindleyfarmandranch.com. Sixth generation, 150+ year-old family farm. Licensed by the State to sell raw milk. Their Devon and Milking Devon cattle are totally grass-fed. They are management intensely grazed on Certified Organic Pastures. They also have some A2 milk and genetics. Their animals are given no grains, GMOs, soy, or animal by-products. No hormones, vaccines, antibiotics, steroids, or commercial wormers used. They also sell their Devon beef. Their beef was recognized as most tender at the 2009 North American Devon Conference, registering a 2.43 on the Warner- Bratzler Shear Force test. They hope to add cheese, meat chickens and a farm store this year.

Waco:

  • Greenock Farms, Kerri, (NW of Waco between China Spring and Laguna Park), phone: 254-709-2147, email: kerriontheprairie@gmail.com. Small, family-owned farm currently offering raw milk through a milk club.
  • Mill-King Market, The Millers, 1410 Coyote Lange, McGregor TX 76657 (between Crawford and McGregor), phone: 254-486-8999, email: millkingmilk@ymail.com, web: mill-kingmarket.com. Third generation family-run farm offers raw cow milk from a combination of Holstein, Brown Swiss, and Jersey. The on-site store also offers eggs, local pecans (orchard & organic), and will soon have raw cow milk cheese and farm-raised beef.
  • Triple S Dairy LLC, Daniel May, 240 Windmill Lane, Waco TX 76705 (take exit 343 off I-35, go W on FM 308 to FM 933. Take a right going N for ~3 mi to farm on left), phone: 254-723-4302, email: BuyMilk@TripleSDairy.com, web: triplesdairy.com. Their cows are Jersey & Brown Swiss, they free range pasture 24/7 and are grained while milking. The dairy carries whole raw milk and the retail price is $8/gallon and $5.50/half-gallon. Hours: Mon–Sat 8am–7pm. They take calls any time.
  • World Hunger Relief Farm, 356 Spring Lake Rd., Waco TX 76705, phone: 254-799-5611, web: worldhungerrelief.org. Small state-certified Grade A Raw Goat Milk Dairy selling raw goat milk. They also sell free-range eggs and offer vegetables through their Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) membership program. World Hunger Relief, Inc. is a Christian organization committed to the alleviation of hunger around the world. Their farm operations, including the goat dairy, serve as a classroom for their Agriculture Development Interns who are training to work with farmers and communities in the developing world. In purchasing their products you are supporting development efforts around the world.
  • Windom: Garg Farms, Rakesh Garg, 10065 E. US Hwy 82, Windom TX 75492 (see driving directions below), phone: 972- 839-0027 or 903-732-0039, email: info@gargfarms.com, web: gargfarms.com, Facebook. Pure bred registered Jersey cows fed grass and grains. No hormones or antibiotics used. Offering raw whole milk for $8/gallon. (They also offer non-homogenized pasteurized milk, so be sure you’re getting the raw.) Farm store hours are 8-6 seven days a week. The day’s milk sells quickly, so call for availability before going to the farm. Driving directions:From North Dallas, Richardson, Plano, Frisco, McKinney, and Melissa: Drive N on North Central Expressway (US 75 N) to Exit 45 for SH 121 N towards Bonham. Arrive at the traffic light intersection of SH 121 and SH 56 in Bonham. Make a left at the light, to continue on SH 121 N. Drive ~1.5 mi to the intersection of SH 121 and US 82. Make a right on US 82 E. Drive ~9 mi to farm entrance gate, on your left. If you cross the intersection of US 82 E and FM 1743, you have gone too far E. The farm is on the NW corner of that intersection.

Winnsboro: Jersey Girls Milk Company, (near Winnsboro, approx 1 hour N of Tyler and 2 hours E of Dallas), phone: 903-365-2449, web: Jerseygirlsmilk.com. Small family dairy presently milking approximately 150 Jersey cows, 20 of which are qualified for raw (unpasteurized) milk sales. Cows are pastured (not confined) and have never been given rBST or rBGH. They receive nominal amounts of feed concentrate twice daily while being milked. The remainder of their diet consists of grazing and seasonal forages harvested locally and baled and/or ensiled. They welcome visitors and are glad to discuss operations with anyone interested. See website for hours, directions to the farm, current pricing, or if you have questions.

Wichita Falls: Restless Prairie Farm, 383 Soaring Eagle Trail, Wichita Falls TX 76310 (by Lake Arrowhead), email: restlessprairiefarm@yahoo.com, blog restlessprairiefarm.blogspot.com. Grade A Raw for Retail Dairy. Milking Nigerian Dwarfs and Nubians. Farm Store, workshops in handspinning, soap making, cheese, butter, and yogurt making. They make and sell goat milk soaps and lotions, eggs from their free-range chickens, grass-fed meats, raw milk, produce. They accept the SNAP card.

Wolfe City: K&B Ranch Eden Dairy Farm, Kenny & Becki Anderson, 358 County Road 4519, phone: 214-274-5369, email: beckianderson@ymail.com, web: kbranch.org. Raw goat milk and goat milk products from Saanen dairy goats fed grain and alfalfa. Tours  welcome with appointment. The farm also sells at the Northeast Texas Community College Farmer’s Market the first Friday of each month.

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  1. I clicked on the website for the farm listed in Tomball, Texas, and it took me to a site in Pennsylvania:

    Tomball (North of Houston): Theesfeld’s Nubian Dairy Goats -Stephan & Lynn Theesfeld. Offering raw goats milk and goats milk soaps. Visit their website at theesfelds.webs.com . (281)-787-2941 Or E-mail at theesfelds_nubians@yahoo.com .

    Please tell me if there is a farm in Tomball, Texas, and if so, the website.

  2. Hi, is there any way to see all these farm locations on a map? I’m not from this area (Copperas Cove, TX) and there are so many small towns around here but I just don’t know all the names of them. It would be so helpful to be able to see visually if there’s anything nearby instead of trying to mapquest numerous possibilities. Thank you!

    • McGregor and Lorena may be your closest then Waco.
      and if you want to try the Crator’s healing oils, lmk. also can get you a cheaper electric rate.I am still fuming about how much txu was charging us!

    • Dublin might be not to far either. Try looking for phone numbers that start with 254 (those will keep you within an hour range) and 512. The farm listed under Austin/Georgetown/Leander that is actually in Florence is the closest but only has goat milk. Hope this helps!

    • It isn’t listed, but [redacted] in Belton is where we get our milk. We live in Killeen. You can find the farm on Facebook. [redacted] always has a HUGE amount of milk, is a great guy and we are so sad to have to move away.

        • I forgot to request notification of follow up or response. :-( Please respond to this one with the name of the redacted farm or another one in the Killeen area.

      • I was wondering which farm you were talking about since the.name was ”redacted”. I live in Killeen and am trying to find a farm that sells grass fed cows milk and butter. Also joint bones for stock. I’m trying to heal my teeth using a healthy diet.

        Julia

      • Looking for raw goat & cow milk closest to Corpus Christi, Texas! If anyone knows any farms that are nearby (willing to travel) please let me know!:)

        • Renee, I’m in Corpus also. Did you find anyone? Maybe we can order together for a bigger order and get a close delivery? I’ve been trying to contact Stryk Jersey Farms in Schulenburg. Had some of their milk (raw) this weekend and it was, in a word, fabulous! To no avail…no one answers at all. LMK what you think or if you found someone!

    • There is a place in temple I can give you the info 254-449-4229
      ask for Priscilla…please call after 10am thanks hope this will help. :)

    • Hi Rebecca – I grew up in Cove. You are pretty close (within 1.5 hr) to Austin, Round Rock, Georgetown, Temple, Cameron, etc.. I don’t always know the cities either if it’s not near me…. I usually just drop the city into googlemaps.com to see where it is. Seems there are a lot of choices near Dallas but that’s too far for us. We’ve been using Sand Creek Farms (in this list) in Cameron for about a year. Been very happy but are also looking for somewhere closer and thinking of trying the one in Georgetown – Dyer Dairy. Good luck finding a source for your dairy. We are so glad to have gone to raw dairy but finding a good source is not easy. :)

  3. Hi, I live in Fredericksburg, Tx. 20 miles from Llano, 40 from Mason, 22 mi. from Kerrville and 15 mi. from Comfort, Tx. We have LOTS of goats in this country but I’d love to have raw cows milk and butter. I have never had goats milk and not sure that it would taste the same as ‘cow’s’….Harper, Tx. is also close to me. Please let me know if there is a dairy (cow) operation nearby.
    Thank You ! Nancy Battle

    • Hi Nancy! I live in the Hill Country as well, not far from Fredericksburg. The only place I know of to get raw milk is in Bandera, from [redacted]. Hope this helps!

      • Thanks for your suggestion to help another reader. We only post farms, clubs, and drop points who’ve requested to be listed because this site gets a lot of attention, more than some farmers care for (whether it’s harassment by state officials, or simply overwhelming demand from customers). Please encourage the location to submit a listing and we’ll include them!

      • Hi Caren, could you use the link at the top of the page “How to Add, Update, or Remove a Listing” and follow the instructions to send me an email with all the typical information found in a listing? I would be glad to put you on the page.

    • There is a weekly Miller raw milk drop in Fair Oaks, Boerne area. That is about 40 minutes from Fredericksburg. His site is listed above as La Coste: Miller Farms. You could maybe arrange to go there once or twice a month.

    • Mason, Cole’s Creamery, Glenn and Caren Rueffer, 2065 Ranch Rd. 1723, Mason TX 76856 (1/4 mile from town), phone: 325-347-7261, web: ColesCreamery.com. Grass-fed Grade A raw, full cream Jersey milk

  4. Rebecca,
    Dyer Dairy in Georgetown is about 40 minutes away and well worth the drive. You need to call because they put you on a list to pick up either weekly, bi-weekly or whatever your needs are. We loved their milk when we were in central Texas.

  5. I am going to be visiting the San Antonio area and would love to find a source of raw milk while I’m there. Any ideas for a place that isn’t too far from the city? Thank you so much!

    • Helen, hope you have found some raw milk BUT just in case you haven’t. I have been buying from Miller Dairy for years now. Eddie Miller has a pay/pickup on Saturdays just off I-35 at the Eisenhower exit. right hand exit coming from the city-side, stay on the access road until you see the awnings for the farm stands. Eddie has his own refrigerator truck right there with those folks. Good luck. Its yummy stuff. I’ve been to the farm in LaCoste & raised on a dairy farm myself so I know it when I see it….& taste it. You’ll like this.

  6. Wondering why [redacted] Farms between Stephenville and Dublin, TX is not listed here. I’ve bought Grade A Raw milk and incredible raw cheeses from them. They’re involved with the Weston Price Foundation.

    • Hi, we have on our site only those farms we have heard about, usually directly from the farmer. If a customer tells us about a source, I contact the farmer to see if they want their farm listed. Some farms do not want the attention that comes with being listed here. Sometimes they’re listed and get so much business they have their listing removed because they can’t meet the demand, don’t need new customers, and don’t have time to field all the calls and emails. Other times, they have been harassed by state authorities and feel exposed. Some may simply prefer to operate via word of mouth.

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  8. Hi. I live in Charlotte, TX which is about one hour south of San Antonio, TX. It seems that the closest place I can buy raw dairy milk is in La Costa at Miller Farms. Do you know of any place closer to me?

    • Please have that buckling wethered first!! Are you wanting to breed? Because that is what will happen! You will not really be able to keep them as companions. However, a wether (neutered buck) makes a great companion for a doe! Plus, they make terrific pets — they never get aggressive and they never stink to high heavens like a buck does in rut.

    • That’s where I’m looking too. Looks like from the list that the places in Greenville and Kemp are the closest to Garland. Winnsboro and Big Sandy might be within your range as well. There’s another place I ran across in Plano, off Parker road. They aren’t listed here, but just try googling raw milk Plano. I’m looking for more than just milk so I probably won’t be buying from them, but that might be a good option for you.

    • We are in the process of getting our heardshare program set up and after we do we will have a drop point in Garland. We are located near Farmersville. I will post here again when we are ready.

  9. I’m looking for a raw cow milk farm. I can’t stand the taste of goat milk so I’m hoping there is cow farms somewhere. I might be moving to Johnson City and it looks like nothing is out there. Anyone know where I could go?

    • If you are getting goat milk with a taste any different from cows milk, you are not getting the good stuff! Try Nubian milk or just from another farm often it is just not cooled properly. The only difference is it may be slightly sweeter

  10. Looking for raw cows milk also, nothing but goat milk in Bryan college station area, I am between Madisonville & Navasota,

    • There’s a great place in Cameron that has cow’s milk – Sand Creek Farm. They have some other things for sale too. It’s where we went when we lived in BCS.

  11. It would be really great if one could search this site by entering a zipcode and having the results pop up in order of proximity?

  12. I live just north of Frisco, TX (in Prosper, TX) and I’m looking for a Raw Milk (Cows) from a source close to me? Anyone have a suggestion?

    I would also like to find Free-Range beef?

  13. I am looking for sheep’s milk. Does anyone know of one in the state? I cant find out outside of Vermont/Wisconsin. I am in Houston.

      • I wonder if you found anything. I’m in Corpus Christi also looking for raw milk. If we could go in on a larger order we may be able to get it delivered here or near here. LMK if you found something…

      • I wonder if you found anything. I’m in Corpus Christi also looking for raw milk. If we could go in on a larger order we may be able to get it delivered here or near here. I hope to get a reply from you…

  14. Is there any raw milk to be found in Deep South Texas. I live in
    Brownsville Tx. And don’t see anything even close to me. I would apreciate a reply. Thanks.Jutta

  15. I’m from the Granbury area and while there are several raw milk dairies in our area, I’m looking for a farm that does Cow Shares. Anyone know of one in this area?

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  17. Thank you so much for compiling this list!!!! What a great resource this site is!!! While at the TX Lege this past spring I told as many people as I could about the raw milk bill; hope it passes in ’15.

  18. I live in Conroe and need to purchase duck eggs…allergic to chicken and chicken eggs…does anyone sell these locally?

    • Sometimes there is a sign saying that they have duck and chicken eggs for sale on Calvary Road, Willis, TX. It is either at the Sign Shack or next to it. The sign isn’t there at the moment though.

      • This site is for raw milk in particular, but if the eggs for sale are pastured, that’s great. If the farm sells raw milk, encourage them to contact us to be listed.

  19. I just moved to Laredo, TX and it seems like San Antonio is the closest place to get raw milk. Does anyone know of anyplace closer? Thanks!

  20. I just checked with the dairy listed for Victoria, TX (Inez) and they emailed me back saying they don’t sell anymore. I have an email back out to them asking if they know of any other in the area. Waiting for a reply.

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  23. I live down south of Texas, right in the border in Eagle Pass, TX.

    Does anyone know if there’s anywhere closer than “La Coste” to buy raw milk?

  24. Anyone know of a raw milk dairy close to the Louisiana/Texas border? Or even in Alabama, if anyone knows of one there that would be a closer drive. I live in New Orleans, LA where raw milk sales are illegal. I’m looking for raw cow’s milk and willing to drive to get it.
    Thanks,
    Jeannine

  25. Scrolled through and didn’t see any response to the woman asking about delivery to Abilene. However, are there any places near by Abilene that sell raw milk? Moved here from California, so unsure on the places listed who’s the closest.. Not to mention I think my GPS hates me, considering it always gets me lost :/ Thank you in advance for your time! It’s much appreciated <3

    • I believe that dairy requested to be listed under El Paso, perhaps because they are the closest. Google maps shows Lubbock to be 5 hours away. Believe it or not, many people travel that far and farther to get raw milk, often forming driving clubs and taking turns going weekly, every two weeks, or monthly, and freezing some of the milk. You may want to contact them and find out if they deliver to El Paso also, or at least let them know of your interest. Farmers may arrange drop sites in nearby cities when they get enough consumer interest.

  26. Good morning to all! Our family resides in the Greater Fort Hood area and we are looking into buying local raw milk. Moved here from E. Texas and miss farm living and the taste of fresh milk. I see a few dairy/goat farms listed for this area, but they are by appointment only or have waiting list. Does anyone by chance know of any “unlisted” farms in the area that we may walk in and buy from? If so, please feel free to contact us at rapiti79@yahoo.com. Thank you in advance!

  27. I do farm verification and ½ the places listed for the Houston area do not meet the basic standards of WAP, essentially being small scale CAFO operations or resellers with no chain of responsibility.

    • This list is maintained by one person in Virginia. We don’t have the resources to verify the farms. For the most part the information in the listings comes from the farmers themselves (they request to be listed or someone tells us about a farm and we contact them to make sure they want to be listed and get information). We do want to know if consumers find farms that they would not recommend buying from; we do sometimes take farms off or include reader comments.

  28. Hey y’all, I just moved down to the valley of Tx to a town called Port Isabel. Is there anyone familiar with the area that could give me information on finding a farm that I could buy raw milk and possibly organic meats?
    Thanks

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  30. Weatherford/ Parker county???
    Looking for raw suka da mooka;)

    “Carrie” ever respond to anyone?
    Thank you…thirsty in Parker co!

    • Any raw milk farm I have been to is anywhere from 45-60 minutes away from Weatherford! I’m looking forward to seeing one in our area as well. I’ll keep checking. There’s a lot of interest here.

  31. Hey all! Could someone please help me find organic, grass fed raw cow’s milk near Garland/Dallas area? The closest I found on this list is goat milk only.
    Thank you!!

  32. I would like information as the availability of raw goat milk and goat yogurt in the Gonzales, TX area or close by that offers scheduled shipping.

    • I wonder if you found anything. I’m in Corpus Christi also looking for raw milk. If we could go in on a larger order we may be able to get it delivered here or near here. I hope to get a reply from you…

  33. I saw where someone was going to start a listing in or near Weatherford. Can you please tell me if it was ever done ? I would love to be able to purchase some cow milk.

  34. I just relocated to Houston and looking for places to get organic raw goat milk. Do anybody know places close by Houston? Any help will be appreciated.

    Thanks

    • Depending on where you live in Houston, which is saying a lot, if you drive south on 45 towards Galveston there is Healthyway diary in Santa Fe, which is listed above. I use to go there before moving.

  35. For San Antonio – you might add the City of Seguin as another reference. I think it’s Moo Jesus Farms. You do have it listed separately under Seguin. Seguin is closer to San Antonio than the other two referenced locations. It’s practically in San Antonio! Thanks! Cyn

    • Gramen Farms in Tomball is much closer, and very good. We’ve been buying milk, eggs (pastured chickens) and meats (grass-fed) from them for nearly 3 years now, and I highly recommend them.

  36. Pereira Pastures Dairy from Abernathy, TX is now delivering in San Angelo. Check out the group Raw Milk For San Angelo! for details.

  37. I just moved to Nacogdoches, and I have had no luck on finding a raw cows milk diary anywhere close without having to drive roughly 3 hours. Thought I found one in Troup, south of Tyler, but the gentleman that answered the phone said he had been out of the business for 3 years.

    Does anyone know of one that is not listed? I sure am craving some.

  38. Hi! We are moving from Ft. Hood, TX to Ft. Polk, LA. It seems there are no listings for raw milk in LA. But is not too far from the Texas state line. What is the nearest Texas farm to Ft. Polk?

  39. It would be nice if we could just input where we are and get a map of all the places on Google maps. Any chance this would be possible at some point?

    Having to go through all the listings manually and put them in to see if they are close to me is quite a bit of work.

    I don’t have that much geographical knowledge of all the towns in Texas and how close they are so its quite a bit of work.

    I’m in Lewisville, TX if anyone can help me out with this I’d appreciate it Thanks

  40. I’m not familiar with Texas geography, I live in west Louisiana close to Jasper. Trying to locate a farm close to Jasper to buy raw cow’s milk, but so far no luck. If anyone knows of any, please let me know! Thanks!

  41. Hi, was wondering if anyone could point me to a place that tells me about the Texas state “legal” requirements (if any) for a cow share program? I live east of Dallas about 75 miles and have a mini Jersey cow who will be a first freshener in a couple of weeks. It is just me and my husband and if she produces even the minimum amount of 1 1/2 gal – 2 1/2 gal per day that will be way more than we can use and were hoping for someone to “share” with but want to be legal about it. Any ideas where I should look to find out?

  42. Katie, nope have had no luck but it anyway it looks like we are not moving that way after all. If you need somewhere close to Killeen/Ft. Hood I know of some places. :)

  43. Just moved to Haskell, TX from Oklahoma. Would love to find raw milk from Guernsey grade A2 grass fed cattle. We’re an hour north of Abilene. Can’t seem to find anything. Thanks for any suggestions!

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