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They milk registered Jerseys on a small family farm serving Fort Knox, Radcliff, Elizabethtown, Louisville and surrounding areas. Cows are predominantly pasture-fed, receiving only a small ration of soy-free grain at milking time. No hormones are ever used and antibiotics are used only when medically necessary. They also offer shareholders seasonal access to cheese, butter, meat, poultry, eggs and produce. Shares are available for pickup every day except Sunday, during daylight hours. If interested in Jersey herdshares, please telephone before 8 pm or email anytime with your contact information and they'll call you. They also have heifer calves available once per year for those interested in owning and milking their own family cow. See website for availability. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Raw milk products (milk, cream, butter) are now available through a cowshare program. Deliveries are made once every four weeks to Aurora, West Dundee, Forest Park, Highland Park, Edgewater, DesPlaines, and Schaumburg. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Provides local, organic, farm-sourced raw dairy, meats, and produce. Began in May 2001 as a result of the family's pursuit for food directly from the farmer/producer. Array of foods from various providers include raw milk, cream, and other raw dairy products; organic grassfed beef and pork; pastured chickens and eggs; raw honey and bee pollen; and organic produce in the summer months, all from local, independent, organic farmers. Weekly pickups Homer Glen, Winfield, Chicago, South Holland, and Palatine. Currently serving more than 120 families from the Chicago metro area. New members welcome; contact Sheri with any questions. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
This small family farm keeps Jersey cows for a herdshare program. Underground cheese is also made here by the teenage girls. They raise some chickens, feeder pigs, and beef for freezer meat and for fun. Just 3 miles off I-96 but out in the country.
Farmer's statement: "Come for a sample of milk, a walk around the farm, and to make a friend. (Everybody likes my wife!)"
Sixth generation dairy in West Michigan raising Organic Jersey cows for their herdshare program. The cows are grass fed only and receive no grain. You can fill your own jars at the farm on a weekly basis. They also make aged, raw milk cheeses including Gouda and Cheddar, and raise pork, chicken, and beef that is available in the on-farm store. See their website for pricing and call or email with questions.
Farmer's statement: "Our milk is delicious and safe. We love God, family, and our herdshare customers!"
Facebook: NaturalHomestead. The Coopers have a small herd of Nubian and Nubian/Saanen cross dairy goats. Raised on rotational pasture or grass based non-GMO diet. They restrict the use of chemicals. Goats are hand-milked by the Cooper family. Located eight miles northeast of Lake City with weekly drops in Lake City and Cadillac offered. Farm visits are encouraged - scheduling is requested. Full herdshare; one-time fee of $40 and a monthly fee of $40 will entitle you to 1/7th of a doe's milk and manure. This should average about a gallon a week of milk. Half shares are available. See other places where you can find products from this farm.