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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 Washington:

Addy: See Colville.

Alyn: Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list: phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.

Amboy: Amboy Market, 39812 Northeast 216th Ave., Amboy WA 98601-3306, phone: 360-247-5421. Sells raw milk dairy products.

Arlington:

  • Arlington Health Foods Inc., 317 N. Olympic, Arlington WA 98223, phone: 360-435-4441. Raw goat milk available from St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens).
  • Garden Treasures, (0.5 mi E of I-5 at Exit 208, Hwy 530), phone: 360 435-9272. Open 10am-7pm daily. Carries raw Jersey milk from Jackie’s Jerseys (see their listing under Bellingham).
  • Old Silvana Creamery LLC, Jim Sinnema and family, 1325 Pioneer Hwy E, Arlington WA (0.5 mi W off I-5 Exit 208, first dairy on the right/north side of the road), phone: 425-268-7961, email: oldsilvanacreamery@yahoo.com. Raw Guernsey milk for sale on farm. Cows are pastured spring through fall and fed organic hay and haylage. Cows are milked on site and the milk is bottled every two milkings. Milk sold on site from stainless steel commercial refrigerator housed in an attached shed on the left side of the building. Put payment in metal strong box and remove milk from fridge. Call or email with questions or if you would like a tour.

Bainbridge Island:

  • Blackjack Valley Farms (see Port Orchard listing). Contact Karen Olsen, phone: 360-731-3382, email: bljkvalleyfarms@aol.com. Thursday deliveries.
  • Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list: phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.
  • Pane d’Amore, web: panedamore.com sells Dungeness Valley Creamery products (see their listing under Sequim).

Ballard: Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list—phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.

Battle Ground: Four C Produce, 6711 Ne 219th St, Battle Ground WA 98604, phone: 360-687-8998. Sells raw milk dairy products.

Belfair: Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list: phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.

Bellevue:

  • Bill Pace Fruit and Produce 5620 119th AVE SE, Bellevue, WA 98006, phone: 425-644-5449. Sells The Art of Milk raw milk in glass half gallons.
  • Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list: phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.
  • ONVO Whole Body Health Made Simple, 10838 Main St, Bellevue WA 98004, phone: 425-646-1101, web: onvo.com. Raw milk.
  • St. John Creamery drop point (see their listing under Lake Stevens).

Bellingham:

  • Community Food Co-op (Cordata), 315 Westerly Rd, Bellingham WA 98226. Carries cow milk from Jackie’s Jerseys (see their listing under Bellingham) and raw goat milk and raw grass-fed goat cheese from St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens).
  • Community Food Co-op (Downtown), 1220 N. Forest St., Bellingham WA. Full-service natural food market, open daily 8am-9pm. Phone: 360-734-8158. Carries cow milk from Jackie’s Jerseys (see their listing under Bellingham) and raw goat milk and raw grass-fed goat cheese from St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens).
  • Jackie’s Jerseys, Bill and Jackie De Groot (owners), 5424 Aldrich Rd., Bellingham WA 98226, phone: 360-398-1889, email: wwJerseys@aol.com. Raw, non-homogenized milk from Jersey cows on pasture. No hormones or antibiotics used. Herd tested for tuberculosis, brucellosis, and Johne’s. Delivering to customer pickup points in Whatcom, Skagit, Snohomish, and King Counties. Contact Jackie or Bill via email or phone for pickup point information. Sales via many retail store locations, listed on this page under their respective town names.
  • Laurel Farm and Western Supply, Weylin Eldred (owner), 325 W. Laurel Rd., Bellingham WA 98226, phone: 360-398-1216. Carries raw Jersey milk from Jackie’s Jerseys (see their listing under Bellingham). Store hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-7pm; Sat 8:30am-6pm, Sun 9am-5pm. Milk is delivered several times a week.
  • Terra Organica Health Food and Grocery Store, Stephen Trinkaus (manager), 1530 Cornwall Avenue, phone: 360-715-8020. Open Mon-Sat 7am-10pm, Sun 9am-10pm. Carries grass-fed raw cow milk from Jackie’s Jerseys (see their listing under Bellingham) and grass-fed raw goat milk from St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens.)

Bothell: Tru Health, 18001 Bothell Everett Highway, Bothell WA 98012, phone: 425-415-8410, web: truhealth.com. Carries raw milk products (cow and goat milk, cream, cheese) from Dungeness Valley Creamery (see their listing under Sequim), Pride & Joy (see their listing under Granger), Pure Éire (see their listing under Othello), and St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens). Flyer with ordering info and discount pricing instructions.

Bremerton:

  • Blackjack Valley Farms, (see Port Orchard listing). Contact Karen Olsen, phone: 360-731-3382, email: bljkvalleyfarms@aol.com. Thursday deliveries.
  • CJ’s Evergreen General Store, Cynthia Jeffries (owner), 1417 Park Ave., phone: 360-479-2708, email: cj@cjgeneralstore.com. Carries raw Jersey cow milk from Dungeness Valley Creamery (see listing under Sequim). Hours: Mon-Fri 9-8, Sat 10-8, Sun 10-7. Milk comes in on Mondays. Orders taken until Friday 12pm.
  • 9170 Baird Ct NW, Bremerton WA 98311, phone: 360-307-8500. Drop point for milk from Dungeness Valley Creamery (see their listing under Sequim), as well as a drop point for Wildly Organic (wildly-organic.com) Certified Organic produce.

Burlington (Belfast): Belfast Feed Store, Cindy Jacobson (owner), 6200 N. Green Rd., Burlington WA 98233 (1 mi E of I-5 at the Bow Hill Rd. exit, aka the casino exit, and 1 block S of Bow Hill Rd.), phone: 360-724-3075. Carries Jackie’s Jerseys (see their listing under Bellingham). Kathy Curry, Cindy’s mother, runs the store on Saturdays. Store hours: Mon-Sat 10am-6pm; Sun Noon-4pm.

Camas: Conway Family Farms, Shaun, Lorrie, Ashley & Amber Conway, 32116 NE Dial Rd., Camas WA 98607 (11 mi E of Vancouver, near the OR border), phone: 360-834-0315, email: conwayclan@juno.com, web: conwayfamilyfarm.com. Milk from “Peaceful Pastures Nubian Goats” available for on-farm sales and some home delivery. Family has been raising goats since the early 1970s.

Chehalis: Rocky Run Farms, Pat Hendrickson (owner), P.O. Box 522, Napavine WA 98565, phone: 206-902-6971, email: Pat@RockyRun-Farm.com, web: RockyRun-Farm.com. Fully licensed, Grade A, raw goat milk dairy. Also brown eggs from cage-free chickens and Boer meat goats for sale occasionally. Milk sales at the farm.

Cheney: My White Horse Farm, phone: 509-385-1582. This farm raises milk goats that are turned out on five acres of grass and are fed alfalfa. The goats are supplemented with minerals, kelp, and have rationed grain barley and peas. The farm delivers to Cheney once a week. The price is $3/quart and you can arrange delivery or pick up by calling or texting 509-385-1582. Leave a message.

Chewelah: Mountain Moon Farm, David and Aja Bridge, 2250 Skeels Rd., Addy WA 99101 (close to Colville, Chewelah and Kettle Falls, ~1 hour N of Deer Park and Spokane), phone: 509-935-0555, email: mountainmoon@rocketmail.com, web: mountainmoonfarm.com. Milk from mostly pure-bred Jersey cows. They have a few Jersey crosses and Holsteins. Cows are pastured. Their website has information about production and processing standards and about their background as farmers. You may pick up your milk at the farm by special arrangement or buy milk at Meyers Falls Market (Kettle Falls), Fresh Abundance (Spokane), or Lorien Herbs and Natural Foods (Spokane). (See listings under those cities for addresses and hours.)

Chimacum: Chimacum Corner Farmstand, web: chimacumcorner.com sells Dungeness Valley Creamery products (see their listing under Sequim).

Clinton: Blackberry Moon Farm, Molly, phone: 360 579-4403. Carries raw Jersey milk from Jackie’s Jerseys (see their listing under Bellingham).

Colville: Mountain Moon Farm, David and Aja Bridge, 2250 Skeels Rd., Addy WA 99101 (close to Colville, Chewelah and Kettle Falls, ~1 hour N of Deer Park and Spokane), phone: 509-935-0555, email: mountainmoon@rocketmail.com, web: mountainmoonfarm.com. Milk from mostly pure-bred Jersey cows. They have a few Jersey crosses and Holsteins. Cows are pastured. Their website has information about production and processing standards and about their background as farmers. You may pick up your milk at the farm by special arrangement or buy milk at Meyers Falls Market (Kettle Falls), Fresh Abundance (Spokane), or Lorien Herbs and Natural Foods (Spokane). (See listings under those cities for addresses and hours.)

Duvall:

  • Duvall Family Grocer, 5215 Brown Ave. NE, Duvall WA 98019, phone: 425-788-1031. Carries raw milk products from St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens).
  • Rainhaven Goat Dairy, Debbie Higgins (dairy farmer and cheese maker), (30 mil NE of Seattle), email: rainhavengoatdairy@hotmail.com. Hand-milking a small herd of Swiss Toggenburg goats up in the Cascade foothills above the Snoqualmie River valley in Duvall. Whole Grade A raw goat milk is available at a few select King and Snohomish county stores and seasonal farmers markets within 30 miles of the farm. Home and office delivery now available. Delivery areas include Olympia to Everett, the East Side of Lake Washington, including Redmond, Issaquah, Woodinville and Snohomish; and Vashon Island, Bainbridge Island and the Kitsap Peninsula.

Eatonville:

  • Left Foot Farm, 44th Ave E, Eatonville WA 98328, phone: 253-875-6951, email: info@LeftFootFarm.com (best way to reach them), web: leftfootfarm.com, Facebook: leftfootfarm. Licensed Grade A raw goat dairy raising Nigerian Dwarf goats. Raw milk is $8/half-gallon or $15/gallon. Returning customers receive a $2 bottle deposit redemption on their next purchase. See website to learn more about the goats, farm, and land and see photos. Better yet, attend one of their weekly Farm Day tours ($20/family), usually held Saturdays between 11am and 2pm, during which you will learn how to hold and feed the baby goats and how to milk a doe, and you can pick vegetables from the garden.
  • Mountain Community Co-op. Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list—phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.

Edmonds: Bill the Butcher, 323 Main Street Edmonds, WA 98020, phone: 425-361-1341, email: edmonds@billthebutcher.com. Grass-fed raw goat milk available from St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens)

Enumclaw: Meadowwood LLC, Tom and Darlene Silliman, 20228 Se 400th St., Enumclaw WA 98022, phone: 360-802-3845, email: tomdarsavy@gmail.com, web: meadowwoodorganics.com. Small, licensed Grade A raw milk dairy milking Jersey cows raised on pasture (no chemicals applied) and fed small amounts of organic grains to balance their diet. Organic hay is used in the winter months. They offer raw whole milk and cream in the farm store. Hours are 8am-6pm Tue-Sun (closed Mondays). They also offer a Cowshare arrangement for reduced pricing.

Ephrata: Settler’s Country Market, 741 Basin St. NW, phone: 509-754-4840. Carries raw goat milk from Country Market in Spokane. Store hours are Mon–Sat 10am–6pm.

Everett: Sno-Isle Natural Foods Co-op, Linda (dairy manager), Public Market Bldg, 2804 Grand Avenue, Everett WA 98201, phone: 425-259-3798, web: snoislefoods.coop. Store hours: Mon-Sat 8am-8pm, Sun 12-6pm. Cow milk from Jackie’s Jerseys (see their listing under Bellingham). Goat milk and raw grass-fed goat cheese from St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens).

Fall City: Farmhouse Market, 33521 SE Redmond Fall City Rd, Fall City WA 98024; phone: 425-222-7005; web: farmhousemarket.com. Raw milk available for sale.

Federal Way:

  • Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list: phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.
  • Marlene’s Market & Deli (Federal Way), 2565 S. Gateway Center Place, Federal Way WA 98003, phone: 253-839-0933, web: marlenesmarket-deli.com. Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-8pm, Sun 10am-6pm. Carries Jersey cow milk from Dungeness Valley Creamery (see their listing under Sequim), Pure Éire (see their listing under Othello), and Cozy Valley (see their listing under Tenino), and raw goat milk from St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens).

Freemont: St. John Creamery drop point (see their listing under Lake Stevens).

Friday Harbor: See San Juan Island.

Gig Harbor:

  • See also Tacoma listings.
  • Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list: phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.

Gorst: Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list: phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.

Granger: Pride & Joy Dairy, Allen & Cheryl Voortman, 2145 Liberty Rd., Granger WA 98932 (in the Yakima Valley), phone: 509-854-1389, email: prideandjoydf@earthlink.net, web: prideandjoydairy.com. “Cream on the top” WSDA Certified Organic, Grade A, grass-fed raw cow milk products from cows that are fed 100% grass eight months of the year. Milk is available year-around. Cows are pastured on lands farmed with management intensive grazing (MIG) practices in lieu of chemical fertilizers or pesticides. Free-ranging chickens forage, fertilize and cleanse the pastures behind the dairy herd. During the winter months when fresh grass is not available, farm purchases high mountain Certified Organic hay from Simon Farms in Fairfield, ID. Product line is growing. See website, email, or call for more information. Visitors are welcome; take a tour and see their working Border Collies. Farmers Markets and Grocery Stores: Locations TBD. Please visit website and make a request. Buying Clubs: Please contact them directly via website for buying club information. They are continually updating their delivery route based on demand. They are always open to new requests to start additional buying clubs to service interested customers.

Greenbank: See Whidbey Island.

Hamma Hamma: Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list: phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.

Hansville:

  • Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list: phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.
  • Hansville Creamery, Vicky Lee McGarrity (herdsmaster & cheese maker), 8307 NE 360th St, phone: 360-638-2909, email: K2p2ssk@centurytel.net, web: littlerascalsfarm.com. Whole raw goat milk.

Indianola: Drop point for raw Jersey cow milk from Dungeness Valley Creamery (see their listing under Sequim). Contact Judith at 360-297-2437.

Issaquah: Front Street Red Apple Market, 80 Front Street S., Issaquah WA 98027, phone: 425-392-5371, web: frontstreetmarketredapple.com.

Kelso: Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list: phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.

Kennewick: Highland Health Foods, 101 Vista Way, phone: 509-783-7147. Raw goat milk from Lucky Hook Farm (see their listing under Moses Lake). Summer hours: Sun Noon-5pm, Mon-Thu 9:30am–8pm, Fri 9:30am–5pm (closed Saturday).

Kenmore: The Butcher Shop Café, 15022 Juanita Drive NE, Kenmore WA 98028, Facebook. Carries grass-fed raw Jersey milk from Pure Éire (see their listing under Othello).

Kettle Falls: Meyers Falls Market, 160 E 3rd, (The Old Apple Warehouse on Hwy 395). Carries raw Jersey milk from Mountain Moon Farm (see their listing under Colville). Hours: Mon-Sat 8-7, Sun 10-6.

Kirkland:

  • Bridle Trails Red Apple, 6625 132nd Ave NE, Kirkland WA 98033, phone: 425-881-7602. They sell raw milk from Old Silvana Creamery (see their listing under Arlington).
  • Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list: phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.

Lake Stevens: St. John Creamery, Inc., Marcia St. John, 8431 30th St. SE, Lake Stevens WA 98258 (just off the eastern end of the Hwy 2 trestle), web: Stjohncreamery.com or Coyotecanyon.biz. 100% grass-fed Oberhasli goat micro-dairy with milk available 7 days/week 7am-7pm. They sell raw grass-fed aged cheeses from the farm as well as at Beechers at Pike Place Market, Tru Health in Bothell, Health Spot in Snohomish, and a number of private drop points (see listings under various town names on this page). Full rounds are $15/pound. See website for complete listing of places to get their products.

Laurel: See Bellingham.

Lynden: The Green Barn, 8475 Guide Meridian Rd. (take I-5 Meridian exit in Bellingham and drive N 15-20 min into downtown Lyndon, 1 block beyond Main St.), phone: 360-318-8869. Hours: 9am-6pm Mon–Sat. Raw Jersey cow milk from Jackie’s Jerseys (see their listing under Bellingham).

Lynnwood: Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list: phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.

Medical Lake: The Country Market, Tom Turnbough, 14211W. Thorpe Rd., Medical Lake WA 99022, phone: 509-216-2857 (days) or 509-244-9617 (evenings after 7pm), email: delturnbough@netzero.net. Raw milk from Milking Shorthorn cows pastured on grass (no insecticides or commercial fertilizers used) and fed organic grain at milking time. Also available, eggs from free-range chickens, home-grown beef, pork, and lamb (no hormones used), vegetables, and fruit.

Mercer Island: Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list: phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.

Monroe: The Art of Milk LLC, Art Groeneweg, 22426 State Route 203, Monroe WA 98272, phone: 206-595-6182, Facebook: The Art of Milk, LLC. Holsteins-first calve heifers, pasture grass, grass hay, trace mineral salt blocks, no grain at this time, but will consider up to 5 lbs. maximum of rolled corn mixed with a little bit of molasses per cow, twice a day milking, sand bedding in barn stalls, milk is chilled to 38 degrees within about 3 minutes from milking, half-gallon glass bottles only, deposit of $3 required, sold at the dairy, drive up window or park and come inside the stand.

Moses Lake: Lucky Hook Farm, Jessi Ellis (owner), P.O. Box 1612, Moses Lake WA 98837, phone: 509-989-6737, email: goatsrus@genext.net. Farm has been raising dairy animals for 26 years. Alpine dairy goats are fed organic alfalfa grass mix hay, and have access to pesticide/herbicide-free pastures of clover and mixed grasses during the growing seasons. They use no antibiotics, steroids or hormones. Milk is sold at the farm in half-gallon and gallon non-reusable plastic containers with tamper-proof caps. Phone for daily availability. They also sell their milk at the Moses Lake Farmers Market downtown during the summer months (Wed 2-6pm, Sat 7:30am-1pm), and at a few retail stores: Settlers Country Market (see their listing under Ephrata), Highland Health Foods (see their listings under Kennewick and West Richland), Fresh Abundance (see their listing under Spokane), and Loriens Herbs (see their listing under Spokane).

Mountlake Terrace: Manna Mills Natural Market, 21705 66th Ave W, Mountlake Terrace WA 98043, phone: 425-775-3479, web: mannanaturalmarket.com. Carries organic raw milk in gallons and half-gallons from Pride & Joy Dairy (see their listing under Granger) and Old Silvana (see their listing under Arlington). The milk arrives on Tuesday mornings. Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-8pm, Sun 11am-6pm.

Mount Vernon:

  • GardenHome Farm, Joan Schleh, phone: 360-424-4112, email: jsschleh@yahoo.com, web: gardenhomefarm.com. Grade A raw goat milk from a small family dairy with emphasis on holistic and organic practices.
  • Skagit Valley Food Co-op, Neil (store manager), 202 S. 1st Street, phone: 360-336 9777. Raw cow milk from Jackie’s Jerseys (see their listing under Bellingham), and raw goat milk from St. John Creamery, (see their listing under Lake Stevens).

Okanogan: Okoma Valley Farm, Kathleen and Richard Waters (owners), 127 River St., phone: 509-422-3579, email: okomavalley@charter.net. Raw goat milk from Nubian goats in half gallon containers at the farm or at Main Street Market (1 North Main St., phone: 509-826-1445, hours: Mon-Sat 9am–5pm).

Olympia:

  • Cozy Valley Creamery delivers raw whole milk and raw cream to Olympia. See their listing under Tenino and sign up at olympialocalfoods.com (an online local food marketplace). (Note that they also offer raw skim milk; be sure to get the whole.)
  • Olympia Food Co-op Eastside, Ruth (dairy case manager), 3111 Pacific Ave., Olympia WA 98501, phone: 360 956-3870. Carries certified Grade A raw Jersey milk from Cozy Valley Creamery (see their listing under Tenino), raw goat milk from Rocky Run Farms (see their listing under Chehalis), and Dungeness Valley Creamery products (see their listing under Sequim). Hours: 9am-9pm daily.
  • Olympia Food Co-op Westside, Michael (dairy case manager), 921 N. Rogers, Olympia WA 98502, phone: 360-754-7666. Carries certified Grade A raw Jersey milk from Cozy Valley Creamery (see their listing under Tenino), raw goat milk from Rocky Run Farms (see their listing under Chehalis), and Dungeness Valley Creamery products (see their listing under Sequim). Hours: 9am-8pm daily.

Othello: Pure Éire Dairy, 1591 Birdwell Rd., Othello WA 99344, phone: 509-301-9512, web: pureeiredairy.com, Facebook. Certified Organic, 100% grass-fed, Jersey dairy and creamery. They offer raw whole milk, available throughout the state of Washington (see stores under various town names on this page). (Please note that they also sell pasteurized whole, 2%, and skim milk so be sure you are getting the raw whole milk). Their cows are never confined and never fed anything other than a grass-based diet. Visitors and questions from consumers are welcome.

Port Angeles:

  • Country Aire, Linda (dairy case manager), 117 East 1st Street, phone: 360-452-7175. Carries Jersey cow milk from Dungeness Valley Creamery (see their listing under Sequim). Hours: Mon–Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 11am-4pm.
  • Good to Go Natural Grocery, Tim (dairy case manager), 1105 S. Eunice, phone: 360-457-1857. Carries Jersey cow milk from Dungeness Valley Creamery (see their listing under Sequim). Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-6pm, Sat 10am-5pm.

Port Orchard:

  • Blackjack Valley Farms, Karen Olsen, 7425 Sidney Rd. SW, Port Orchard WA (serving Silverdale, Bremerton, Tacoma), phone: 360-731-3382, email: bljkvalleyfarms@aol.com. Grade A raw milk from Holstein cows available in gallon and half-gallon jugs. Also offering grass-fed beef, brown eggs, and pastured chicken. Open 8am-6pm.
  • Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list: phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.
  • Fernwood Creamery, 1061 SW Harper Rd, Port Orchard WA, web: fernwoodcreamery.com. Raw milk from Brown Swiss and Jersey cows, sold on farm in glass half-gallon jars, 7am-8pm. Cows are on pasture and hay, with a soy-free, corn-free grain supplement at milking. Pastured eggs and seasonal produce.

Port Townsend:

  • The Food Co-op, Deb (dairy case manager), 141 Kearney St., phone: 360-385-2883. Carries Jersey cow milk from Dungeness Valley Creamery (see their listing under Sequim). Hours: Mon-Sat 8am-9pm, Sun 9am-7pm.
  • BETTER LIVING THROUGH COFFEE coffeehouse, 100 Tyler St., Port Townsend WA 98368, phone: 360-385-3388. Serves raw Jersey milk by the glass, for cappuccinos and lattes (heated to 115 degrees) and for drip coffee and tea, from Dungeness Valley Creamery (see their listing under Sequim). Also serves raw cheddar cheese.

Poulsbo:

  • Blackjack Valley Farms (see Port Orchard listing). Contact Karen Olsen, phone: 360-731-3382, email: bljkvalleyfarms@aol.com. Thursday deliveries.
  • Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list: phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.

Quilcene: Quilcene Village Store, web:  quilcenevillagestore.com sells Dungeness Valley Creamery products (see their listing under Sequim).

Redmond: Bill the Butcher, 7990 Leary Way NE Redmond, WA 98052, phone: 425-636-8901, email: redmond@billthebutcher.com. Grass-fed raw goat milk available from St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens).

Renton:

  • Minkler’s Green Earth, Renton WA, phone: 425-226-7757. Carries raw cow milk from Pure Éire (see their listing under Othello).
  • St. John Creamery private drop for wholesale milk (see their listing under Lake Stevens).

Richland/Kennewick/Pasco: The Online Farmers’ Market at ShopTheNorthwest.com. A collective online farmers’ market that connects local farmers and small businesses with local consumers. Pure Éire Dairy (see their listing under Othello), a small dairy with all grass-fed Jersey cows, sells through them and provides raw milk. They bottle on Thursdays to fill orders on Friday. Customers can either pick up their orders Friday afternoons in Richland or have their orders delivered.

Ridgefield: Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list: phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.

Roy: The Laughing Goat, Louise Miller, PO Box 1083, Roy WA 98580, phone: 253-861-3905. Fully licensed Grade A raw Nubian goat milk dairy. Nubian kids and Boer meat goats are occasionally for sale. The goat milk is not organic but the goats have access to unsprayed pastures and are fed top grade feed and free choice alfalfa.

Sammamish:

  • St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens) offers wholesale pricing on raw goat milk. Contact Ruthanne Wood, phone: 206-434-2135, email: secretsister33@hotmail.com.
  • Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list: phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.

San Juan Island: Heritage Farm Ltd., Christina and James Sesby (owners), 221 Heritage Farm Lane, Friday Harbor WA 98250, phone: 360-378-2872. They sell raw cow milk at their farm stand near Friday Harbor. Contact Christina for details.

Seabeck, Lone Rock Dairy, Gary and Lisa Cree. phone: 360-731-2513, email: creefarm@earthlink.net, website: creefarm.com. Brown Swiss cow and Nubian goat raw milk and award winning cheeses.Milk sold in Port Orchard and Shelton at:Farmer George Meats, 3870 Bethel Rd SE, Port Orchard, Washington 98366; Jay’s Farm Stand III, 1804 Olympic Hwy N. Shelton WA 98541. Call or email or more information.

Seattle:

  • Ballard Farmers Market, Judy Kirkhuff (coordinator), 5300 Ballard Avenue NW, Seattle WA, phone 206-782 2286. Sundays 10am-4pm year round. Raw cow milk from Sea Breeze Farm (see their listing under Vashon Island).
  • Burien: Boulevard Park Thriftway, web: boulevardparkthriftway.com/StoreLocator/Store_S.las sells Dungeness Valley Creamery products (see their listing under Sequim).
  • Central Co-op, web: madisonmarket.com sells Dungeness Valley Creamery products (see their listing under Sequim).
  • Columbia City Farmers Market, 4801 Rainier Ave. S. Wednesdays 3-7pm, May through October. Raw cow milk from Sea Breeze Farm (see their listing under Vashon Island).
  • Dandelion Botanicals, 5424 Ballard Ave. NW, Seattle WA 98107, phone: 206-545-8892.
  • Laurelhurst – Bill the Butcher, 3600 NE 45th Street Seattle, WA 98105, phone: 206-588-2539, email: laurelhurst@billthebutcher.com. Grass-fed raw goat milk available from St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens).
  • Madison Market Central Co-op Natural Foods, Aprille Thurheimer (dairy case manager), 1600 E. Madison on Capital Hill, Seattle WA 98122, phone: 206-329-1545, web: madisonmarket.com. Hours: 7am-11pm daily. Carries raw cow milk from Sea Breeze Farm (see their listing under Vashon Island) and raw goat milk from St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens.).
  • Magnolia – Bill the Butcher, 3800 34th Ave. W Seattle WA 98199, phone: 206-829-9741, email: magnolia@billthebutcher.com. Grass-fed raw goat milk available from St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens).
  • Myasia Essentials, 4200 Rainier Ave. S, Seattle WA 98118, phone: 206-725-9198, email: myasiaessentials@gmail.com. Hours: Mon-Sat 11am-7pm. They carry raw milk by the gallon and half-gallon from Dungeness Valley Creamery (see their listing under Sequim).
  • Fremont: St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens) offers wholesale pricing on raw goat milk. Go to stjohncreamery.com to order or contact Marcia St. John at 206-909-5055.
  • Pike Place Market at Pike Place and 1st Ave.:
    • Pike Place Market Creamery, phone: 206-622 5029. Carries goat milk and raw grass-fed goat cheese from St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens), and raw cow milk from Sea Breeze Farm (see their listing under Vashon Island). Hours are Mon-Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm.
    • Beecher’s Handmade Cheese, web: beechershandmadecheese.com. Sells raw grass-fed goat cheese from St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens).
  • Ravenna: Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list: phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.
  • Ravenna/Bryant Area: St. John Creamery has a wholesale drop point for raw goat milk at 6031 26th Ave NE, Seattle WA 98115. Order online for Monday delivery. See their main listing under Lake Stevens or visit their websites Stjohncreamery.com or Coyotecanyon.biz.
  • University District Farmers Market, junction of NE 50th St. and University Way, Saturdays 9am-2pm, year round. Raw cow milk from Sea Breeze Farm (see their listing under Vashon Island).
  • Wallingford: Bill the Butcher, 4612B Stone Way N Seattle, WA 98103, phone: 206-547-5780, email: wallingford@billthebutcher.com. Grass-fed raw goat milk available from St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens)
  • West Seattle Produce: St. John Creamery has a wholesale drop point for raw goat milk at 4722 Fauntleroy Way, Seattle WA 98116. Order online for Monday delivery. See their main listing under Lake Stevens or visit their websites Stjohncreamery.com or Coyotecanyon.biz.
  • West Seattle: St. John Creamery drop point (see their listing under Lake Stevens)

Sequim:

  • Dungeness Valley Creamery, Ryan and Sarah McCarthey, 1915 Towne Rd., Sequim WA 98382, phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com. website: dungenessvalleycreamery.com. Raw milk, cream and skim available from pasture-based cows. Pasture land could be certified organic. Jersey beef also available. Farm Store hours: 10am-5pm. Visitors welcome. Visit our website for a full description of our practices. Contact us for drop point information. Sales via many retail store locations listed on this page under their respective town names.
  • Sequim: Nash’s Organic Produce, web: nashsorganicproduce.com sells Dungeness Valley Creamery products (see their listing under Sequim).
  • Sequim: Red Rooster, web: theredroostergrocery.com sells Dungeness Valley Creamery products (see their listing under Sequim).
  • Sunny Farms, Ming (dairy case manager), 261461 Highway 101, phone: 360-683-8003. Hours: 8am-8pm daily. Carries Jersey milk from Dungeness Valley Creamery (see their listing under Sequim).

Shelton: Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list: phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.

Silverdale:

  • Blackjack Valley Farms, Karen Olsen, 7425 Sidney Rd. SW, Port Orchard WA (serving Silverdale, Bremerton, Tacoma), phone: 360-731-3382, email: bljkvalleyfarms@aol.com. Grade A raw milk from Holstein cows available in gallon and half-gallon jugs. Also offering grass-fed beef, brown eggs, and pastured chicken. Open 8am-6pm.
  • Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list: phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.

Snohomish:

  • Marlene’s Market & Deli (Federal Way), 2565 S. Gateway Center Place, Federal Way WA 98003, phone: 253-839-0933, web: marlenesmarket-deli.com. Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-8pm, Sun 10am-6pm. Sells raw goat milk from St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens).
  • Marlene’s Market & Deli (Tacoma), 2951, S. 38th St., Tacoma WA 98409, phone: 253-472-4080, web: marlenesmarket-deli.com. Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-8pm, Sun 10am-6pm. Sells raw goat milk from St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens).
  • The Health Spot, 428 Pine Ave, Snohomish WA 98290, phone: 360-568-6303. Carries grass-fed raw goat milk and raw milk cheeses from St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens).
  • Clearview Area: TruHealth, phone: 425-415-8410, web: truhealth.com. Drop point for raw cow milk from Dungeness Valley Dairy (see their listing under Sequim), Pure Éire (see their listing under Othello), and Pride & Joy Dairy (see their listing under Granger) in gallon and half-gallon sizes, raw goat milk and raw goat cheese from St. John’s Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens), and pastured eggs and grass-fed beef. Because they are a drop point, payment is required up front. Hours: Tue-Fri 10am-7pm.

Spokane:

  • Fresh Abundance, 1001 West 25th Ave. (behind the Wilson Elementary School off of S. Lincoln), phone: 509-533-2724, web: freshabundance.com. Raw goat milk from Lucky Hook Farm (see their listing under Moses Lake) and raw Jersey milk from Mountain Moon Farm (see their listing under Colville). Home delivery throughout the greater Spokane area. Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-6:30pm, Sat 10am-5pm, Sun Noon-5pm. Phone ahead to make sure the milk is in stock; ask for Bright Spirit.
  • Lorien Herbs and Natural Foods, 1102 South Perry St. (in the historic Landmark Windmill), phone: 509-456-0702, email: roger@lorienherbs.com, web: lorienherbs.com. Certified Organic, grass-fed raw cow milk from Pride & Joy Dairy (see their listing under Granger), raw pastured Jersey milk from Mountain Moon Farm (see their listing under Colville), and raw organic grass-fed milk from Schoonover Farms (in Odessa). They also carry raw cheeses. Hours: Tue-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 10am-5pm. Email with questions.
  • Main Market Co-op, phone: 509-458-2667, email: chill@mainmarket.coop, web: mainmarket.coop. They sell Certified Organic grass-fed raw milk from Pride & Joy Dairy (see their listing under Granger), raw goat milk from Lucky Hook Farms (see their listing under Moses Lake), and raw organic grass-fed milk from Schoonover Farms (in Odessa).
  • See also listings under Medical Lake, Elk, and Colville.

Sumas: Bromley’s Market, IGA, Bob Bromley (owner), 315 Cherry St., Sumas WA 98295, phone: 888-591 6205 or 360-988-4721. Hours: Mon-Fri 7am-10pm, Sat 7am-11pm, Sun 7am-10pm. Carries raw cow milk from Jackie’s Jerseys (see their listing under Bellingham) and raw milk cheeses from Pleasant Valley Dairy (see their listing under Ferndale).

Tacoma:

  • ChristiPaul Farm, LLC, Chris Schlicht, Gig Harbor WA 98335, phone: 253-884-7840, email: cpfarm1@centurytel.net. Small family farm milking Brown Swiss cows. Each cow is milked individually and none of the milk is commingled with other milk. Classes in cheese making and soap making begin in the Fall.
  • Marlene’s Market & Deli (Tacoma), 2951 S. 38th St., Tacoma WA 98409, phone: 253-472-4080, web: marlenesmarket-deli.com. Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-8pm, Sun 10am-6pm. Carries Jersey cow milk from Dungeness Valley Creamery (see their listing under Sequim) and raw goat milk from St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens).
  • Tacoma Food Co-op, 3002 6th Avenue (6th & Junett), old Neighborhood Market. Raw milk available from Blackjack Valley Farms (see listing under Port Orchard). Contact Karen Olsen, phone: 360-731-3382, email: bljkvalleyfarms@aol.com.

Tenino: Cozy Valley Creamery, 7018 Churchill Rd, Tenino WA, phone: 360-481-4010 or 360-264-GOOD (4663), email: cozyvalleyllc@yahoo.com. Licensed Grade A raw milk dairy. Currently milking a Brown Swiss cow and a Jersey cow, with plan to add a Guernsey. No hormones or antibiotics used. Cows graze year round and are fed hay raised on the farm in the winter months. No herbicides or pesticides used on the fields. Offering whole raw milk and raw cream by the gallon and half-gallon at the farm (Note that they also offer raw skimmed milk so be sure you are getting the whole milk). You may stop by the farm in the late afternoons or evenings to pick up the whole milk. Cream should be pre-ordered via email. Their products are also sold in the Olympia Food Co-op (Eastside and Westside), coming soon to the Yelm Food Co-op, and on Saturdays at the Tenino Farmers Market (10am-3pm).

Tonasket: Larkhaven Farmstead Sheep and Goat Cheeses, M. Clare Paris (cheesemaker), web: larkhavenfarm.com. Sustainably raised raw sheep and goat milk aged cheeses. See website for details.

Twisp: Glover Street Market sells raw milk from Pride & Joy Dairy (see their listing under Granger).

Vancouver:

  • Chuck’s Produce, 13215 Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard, Vancouver WA 98684, phone: 360-597-2700. Sells raw milk dairy products from Dungeness Valley Creamery (see their listing under Sequim).
  • Dee Creek Farm, Summer, phone: 360-225-9711, web: deecreekfarm.com. Delivers a variety of products weekly in their Mobile Farm Store. See their listing under Woodland.
  • Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list: phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.
  • Neighbors Markets, 1707 Main Street, Vancouver WA 98660. Sells raw milk dairy products from Dungeness Valley Creamery (see their listing under Sequim).

Vashon Island: Sea Breeze Farm, George Page (owner/operator), phone: 206-567-4628, email: george@seabreezefarm.net, web: seabreezefarm.net. Diverse, multi-species, “beyond organic,” grass-based animal farm practicing an intensive pasture rotation in lieu of commercial fertilizers. Their freely-ranging poultry flocks forage, fertilize, and cleanse the pastures behind the dairy herd. Raw dairy, cheeses, meats, meat broths, eggs, wines, and other prepared foods are available at the following Seattle area Farmers Markets: Ballard (Sundays year round), U-District (Saturdays year round), West Seattle (Sundays year-round), Columbia City (Wednesdays, May-October), Vashon Island (Saturdays year-round). Raw cow milk is also available at the Pike Place Market Creamery and the Madison Market on Capitol Hill.

Walla Walla:

  • Andy’s Market, 1117 S College Ave, College Place WA 99324, phone: 509-529-1003, web: andysmarket.com. Raw milk from Pure Éire Dairy (see their listing under Othello).
  • Walla Walla Harvest Foods, 905 S 2nd Ave., Walla Walla WA 99362, phone: 509-529-5000. Raw milk from Pure Éire Dairy (see their listing under Othello).

Wenatchee: Lemongrass Natural Foods, 1052 Springwater, Wenatchee WA 98801, phone: 509-888-3885, web: lemongrassnaturalfoods.com. Raw milk, goat cheese, local cage-free eggs, many other products.

West Richland: Highland Health Foods. Summer hours: Sun Noon-3pm, Mon-Thu 9:30am–8pm, Fri 9:30am–5pm (closed Saturdays). Raw goat milk from Lucky Hook Farm (see their listing under Moses Lake).

West Seattle:

  • West Seattle Farmers Market, Sun 10am-2pm, May through February. The market is held at “The Junction.” Raw cow milk from Sea Breeze Farm (see their listing under Vashon Island).
  • St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens) has a private drop for wholesale milk.

Whidbey Island:

  • Coupville: Prairie Center Red Apple Market. Carries Jackie’s Jerseys milk products.
  • Greenbank Cheese and Specialties, Erin (dairy case manager), 765 Wonn Rd. B101, Greenbank WA 98253, phone: 360-222-3474. Raw milk cheeses.
  • Star Store, 201 First St. Langley WA 98260. Carries raw milk from Jackie’s Jerseys (see their listing under Bellingham).
  • See also listings under Langley and Clinton.

Woodinville:

  • Bill the Butcher, 12637 Woodinville Dr. Woodinville, WA 98072, phone: 425-949-8277, email: woodinville@billthebutcher.com. Grass-fed raw goat milk available from St. John Creamery (see their listing under Lake Stevens).
  • Dungeness Valley Creamery drop point. Raw milk and cream from pasture-based Jerseys. See their main listing under Sequim. Contact them to be put on their list: phone: 360-683-0716, email: willowsmb@yahoo.com.
  • Lawren Pulse has 100% grass-fed milk available from Pride & Joy (see their listing under Granger). Email Lawren for directions at Lawren@wellaroo.com or Lawren@procast.com.

Woodland:

  • Dee Creek Farm, Summer, phone: 360 225-9711, web: deecreekfarm.com. Delivering raw goat milk from their Nubian goats. The following additional products are available either at the farm or delivered to Vancouver weekly via their Mobile Farm Store: pasture-based poultry and eggs; pasture-based beef, pork and lamb; locally-made organic, artisan bread; fresh vegetables, locally-produced raw honey, and non-toxic soaps, cleaners and lotions. Monthly workshops: cheese making, the preparation of lacto-fermented vegetables and soap making. Nourishing Traditions potlucks.
  • Dobler Hill Dairy LLC. Darryl and Andria Koistinen, 41900 NE Dobler Hill Rd., Woodland WA 98674 (8 mi E of Woodland, NE of LaCenter in Clark County), phone: 360-263-4230, email: doblerhilldairy@gmail.com, web: doblerhilldairy.com. Grade A raw goat milk dairy in the LaCenter/Woodland area. Their herd consists solely of purebred Nubian goats. Milk available from on farm sales.

Yacolt:

  • FinnMark Farms LLC, Mark Lee (owner), 24305 NE 382nd St, Yacolt WA 98675, phone: 360-798-7136. A fully licensed Grade A raw goat milk dairy with a mixed herd of LaManchas, Toggenbergs, and Alpines fed a balanced diet with free access to pasture and hand-fed grain portions. Their milk is available at the farm and sold at Four C’s Produce (Battle Ground), Diane’s Produce (Orchards), and Chuck’s Produce (Vancouver).
  • Spanish Sonrise Dairy, 37800 NE 243rd, Yacolt WA 98675, phone: 360-931-7283, fax: 360-977-1642, email: spanish.sonrise.dairy@gmail.com, web: under construction. Milking Holsteins and Jerseys that are on pasture, grass hay, and alfalfa, with grain while milking. The grain is a custom-mixed corn-free blend from Rietdyk’s Milling Company in Ridgefield WA. The milk is filtered, bottled, and placed in an ice bath for quick cooling. Their milk is sold in the following stores (see store information under the town names on this page): Amboy Market (Amboy), Chuck’s Produce (Vancouver), Four C Produce (Battle Ground), Taqueria Market (Portland), and Yacolt Trading Post (Yacolt).
  • Yacolt Trading Post, 315 N Amboy Ave, Yacolt WA 98675, phone: 360-686-3201. Sells raw milk dairy products.

Yelm: The Yelm Food Co-op, Debbie (dairy buyer), 404 First St., phone: 360-400-2210. Hours: Tue-Sat 10am-7pm, Sun 10am-5pm. Carries raw milk from the Cozy Valley Creamery (see their listing under Tenino) and Dungeness Valley Creamery (see their listing under Sequim).

WA State Farms and Creameries that make raw milk cheeses:

  • Bow: Samish Bay Cheese Co, Rootabaga Country Farm, PO Box 202, 98323, web: samishbaycheese.com. Raw cow milk cheeses.
  • Chehalis: Mt. Capra Cheese, 279 SW 9th St., Chehalis WA 98532. Raw goat milk cheeses.
  • Dayton: Monteillet, 109 Ward Rd, Dayton WA 99328, web: cheesebyhand.com. Raw goat and sheep milk cheeses.
  • Duvall: Rainhaven Goat Dairy, 13312-326th Ave. NE., Duvall WA 98019, email: rainhavengoatdairy@hotmail.com, web: rainhaven.com. Debbie Higgins, dairy farmer and cheese maker. Hand-milking a small herd of Swiss Toggenburg goats in the Cascade foothills above the Snoqualmie River valley in Duvall. Rainhaven farmstead micro-dairy naturally whole Grade A raw goat milk is available at a few select King and Snohomish county stores and seasonal farmers markets within 30 miles of the farm. Home and office delivery now available. Delivery areas from Olympia to Everett and the East Side of Lake WA, including Redmond, Issaquah, Woodinville and Snohomish.
  • Fall City: River Valley Ranch, Julie and Rob Steil (owners), 34920 SE Fall City-Snoqualmie Rd. (Hwy. 202), phone: 425-222-5277, web: rivervalleycheese.com. Variety of raw (and pasteurized) milk cheeses made from cow, goat, sheep, water buffalo, and yak milk. Their Wild West Mozzarella is made from yak and water buffalo milk. They produce cow’s milk cheddar, pepper jack, a blueberry Stilton, and make feta with their sheep milk. See the website for pictures and prices, and phone to place your order and schedule your pickup day.
  • Ferndale: Pleasant Valley Dairy, Joyce and Barry Snook, 6804 Kickerville Rd., Ferndale WA 98248, phone: 360-366-5398, email: cheese98248@yahoo.com. Raw milk cheeses made with milk from their pastured, mixed-breed herd of Holsteins, Brown Swiss, Guernseys, Jerseys and Milking Shorthorns. Cheese varieties include Farmstead (regular and sharp), Gouda (plain, caraway, cumin, jalapeno, fine herbes, peppercorn, smoked), Mutschli (a recipe from the mountains of Switzerland). Farm store hours are Mon-Sat 10am-6pm. Milk and cheeses are available at the following locations: Ferndale (Farm Store), Bellingham (Terra Organica, Community Co-op, Rome Store, and both Barganica stores), Sumas (Bromley’s IGA), Mount Vernon (Skagit Valley Food Co-op, Rexville Grocery, and Big Lake Grocery), Bow (Slough Food), and Lynden (Green Barn). Home delivery is available from spud.com, “the organic store to your door.” They deliver from Everett to Yelm and from Kirkland to Issaquah.
  • Lake Stevens: St John Creamery. Aged cheeses from grass-fed Oberhasli dairy goats. Milk is never heated over 98 degrees to keep the enzymes alive. Whole rounds for $15 per pound, cut pieces for $15 per pound. Varieties include Cheddar, Colby, Smoked Gouda, and a Pecorino-like aged cheese. For sale at Beecher’s in Seattle, Community Food Co-op in Bellingham, Terra Organica in Bellingham, Tru Health in Snohomish, The Health Spot in Snohomish, Sno Isle Co Op in Everett.
  • Lynden: Silver Springs Creamery, 256 E. Hemmi Rd., Lynden WA 98264, web: silverspringscreamery.com. Raw cow/goat milk cheeses.
  • Montesano: Estrella Family Creamery, 659 Wynooche Valley Rd., Montesano WA 98563, phone: 360-249-6541, web: estrellafamilycreamery.com. Raw cow milk cheeses.
  • Olympia: Steamboat Island Goat Farm, Jason Drew (owner), 9201 Steamboat Island Rd. NW, Olympia WA 98502, phone: 360-866-8568, email: jasondrewolywa@comcast.net. Direct-to-consumer sales of raw milk cheeses.
  • Omak: Pine Stump Farms, PO Box 1967, Omak WA 98841, web: pinestumpfarms.com. Raw goat milk cheeses.
  • Oroville: Sally Jackson Cheese, 16 Nealey Rd., Oroville WA 98844, web: sallyjacksoncheeses.com. Raw goat/sheep milk cheeses.
  • Peshastin: Alpine Lakes, PO Box 122/Leavenworth, Peshastin WA 98826, web: alpinelakescheese.com. Raw sheep milk cheeses.
  • Rice: Quillisascut Cheese Co, 2409 Pleasant Valley Rd., Rice WA 99167, web: quillisascutcheese.com. Raw goat milk cheeses.
  • Seattle: Beecher’s Handmade Cheeses, 104 Pike Street, #200, Seattle WA 98101, web: beechershandmadecheese.com. Raw cow milk cheeses.
  • Tonasket: Larkhaven Farm, Sam Howell and Clare Paris, phone: 509-486-1199, web: larkhavenfarm.com. Their offerings consist of three raw goat and sheep cheeses made from traditional recipes. Manchego Curado is an old Spanish recipe, made with 100% sheep milk. This hard cheese develops a flaky, moist texture and a characteristically full-bodied flavor. Rosa Rugosa is a mold-ripened cheese made by a traditional Corsican recipe with a perfect combination of sheep and goat milks, taking advantage of the different qualities of each. More robust than brie, milder than camembert, the complex, delicate texture is as notable as the interplay of flavors. Named for the wild rose that is abundant in Tonasket, the cheese forms a natural rind with the aid of a rose-colored mold that enhances both the appearance and the flavor over the aging period. Whitestone Feta is an aged raw milk feta make from a combination of sheep and goat milk and named after a local landmark. Aged for at least 60 days in a special brine of their own recipe, it develops a depth of flavor you won’t find in large-production commercial cheeses. Stored under refrigeration in the brine it comes packed in, the flavor continues to develop. They like it best when it’s aged at least six months, and consider it to have a one-year shelf life. Farm-direct retail price for all three cheeses is $15/pound. Wholesale buyers and chefs please contact them for samples and price quotes. Use the contact form on their website to inquire about availability and the best shipping method.
  • Vashon Island: Sea Breeze Farm, George Page (owner/operator), phone: 206-567-4628, email: george@seabreezefarm.net, web: seabreezefarm.net. Diverse, multi-species, “beyond organic,” grass-based animal farm practicing an intensive pasture rotation in lieu of commercial fertilizers. Their freely-ranging poultry flocks forage, fertilize, and cleanse the pastures behind the dairy herd. They are currently offering a raw cow milk cheese they call Vache. It has a delicate, buttery texture and a milky-sweet nuttiness. It is a classic, cellar-aged Tomme cheese, typical of the Alpine regions of France, Italy and Switzerland. A hint of apple-pear fruitiness suggests a fine pairing with their Sauvignon Blanc or a high quality dry cider. Raw dairy, cheeses, meats, meat broths, eggs, wines, and other prepared foods are available at the following Seattle area Farmers Markets: Ballard (Sundays year round), U-District (Saturdays year round), West Seattle (Sundays year-round), Columbia City (Wednesdays, May-October), Vashon Island (Saturdays year-round). Raw cow milk is also available at the Pike Place Market Creamery and the Madison Market on Capitol Hill.
  • Woodinville: Bill The Butcher

35 thoughts on “Washington

  1. We live in Wenatchee WA and get our raw milk through Lemongrass Natural foods, it’s from Pride and Joy dairy in Grange-I don’t see it listed. We’ve been drinking it now for 3 years and love it!

  2. I live on Bainbridge Island and thought you might want to update your info. Real Foods store shut down a couple of years ago, but you can still buy raw milk from [redacted] in Lynwood (on Bainbridge Island)

  3. Hi I found this listed in this page for Washington STATE. It seems to be for New Hampshire for a farm on Washington ROAD.

    New Hampshire: Eccardt Farm Inc., 2766 East Washington Road. Contact John Eccard, 603-495-3157, jrpmeccard@msn.com. Fresh Raw Milk, Fresh Meat: Veal, Beef, Pork & Lamb, Fresh Eggs, Compost and more…

  4. The Methow Creamery is out of business, so all the listings for Twisp, Winthrop and Omak are outdated. Currently Glover Street Market in Twisp sells Pride and Joy Raw Milk, I am not sure if the other stores do.

  5. You know by now that the Estrella Family Creamery is out of business, thanks to extreme hounding by the FDA. You should remove their name and address. I have worked with them for the past few years, as they have fought for their right to make cheese. It’s over.

    • You have to remember that the FDA is only interested in protecting the large multi-multi million dollar producers and the little guy gets hounded out of business, but you know this already. You need to write to your local Legislator to begin a campaign for an “Artisan” cheese making industry in Washington. It worked for the distilled spirits makers here in Washington, Oregon and Colorado and of course the pot growers.

  6. Greenbank Cheese and Specialtiers on Won Road no longer carries any raw milk but they do carry raw cheeses. You can find Jackie’s Jersys milk products at the Prarie Center Red Apple Market in Coupville on Whidbey Island as of May 2013.

  7. The Yelm Food Co-op now carries Dungeness Valley Creamery raw milk. There deliveries are on Mondays. :)

  8. I would like to know if there is a raw milk supplier in the Conway, Arkansas area that delivers door-to-door. I appreciate your input.

  9. Hello,

    The Butcher Shop in Kenmore is no longer carrying raw milk by Pure Eire, because this dairy has decided to discontinue it’s raw milk sales. They still sell all their pasteurized products, however, which are grass fed and non homogenized.

  10. I look at this list for WA state and compare it to NY state and wonder to myself why people don’t understand I am not liking the prospect of my having to move back there.

  11. How can I find out what the drop point is for St. John’s Creamery raw goat milk in Fremont and join in the fun? Thank-you!

  12. Just wanted to say that Sea Breeze Farms is no longer at the Columbia City Farmers Market in Seattle. Not sure whether it’s permanent or temporary. Huge bummer. :(

  13. I’d like to update, though perhaps it’s already been mentioned, that you can also get raw milk in Spokane at [redacted] and also at [redacted]

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

  14. Hi there. Love your site, excellent info. I would like our creamery added to your listing for WA creameries that make raw milk cheeses. We make truly raw, certified organic artisan cheeses. Our milk is not heated higher than a cow’s natural body temperature when we make our cheeses. It would be awesome if you could place a link to our website on your site. We also have selected cows that naturally produce milk rich in the A2 type of beta-casein. Thanks for adding us to your site. Also, [redacted]
    Cheers,
    Marci Shuman
    [redacted]

  15. I live in Grays Harbor, beach area. I currently have to drive to Olympia (1 1/2 hrs) and pay $10 a gallon for raw milk. Surely there must be better resources for this area but I am not able to find anything so far. Wondering if anyone else knows of a source.

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