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locallygrown.net, an online market. Order online Sunday-Tuesday. Pick up is every Thursday from 3:30 to 5:30 pm at locations in Dunnellon, Lecanto, Ocala and SW Marion County. The market manager can be reached at 352-895-3942. The market has many farm fresh products to choose from, with a focus on non-GMO, locally grown products, including New Earth Farm (see listing under Ocala) grassfed raw dairy. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Facebook: CountyLineGoats. ADGA Plus herd of LaManchas and Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats, sustainable farming practices and pasture-based (grassfed in the spring, summer, and fall with grain only given while being milked out). Raw goat milk herdshares, goat milk soap, registered dairy goat breeding stock. Conveniently located 20 minutes east of Charlottesville, right off of Route 250, with delivery points in Charlottesville and Zion Crossroads. Farm visits available by appointment only. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Facebook: DesertFarms. Camels, pasture-raised, grassfed, no hormones, no antibiotics non-homogenized, gluten free. Products: Raw camel milk 16 oz. ($18), raw camel milk kefir 16 oz. ($19). For any additional driving directions, farm store hours, call between 5 am and 9 am Pacific time (every day). Online orders only. Tours are not available at the moment, Products can be found in Lassen's Market in Los Feliz, Erewhon in Beverly Hills, Wholesome Choice in Orange County, and Natural Frontier Market in New York. Deliveries made to all states and Canada. Delivery dates are Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, delivered by Fedex express, two day or overnight option are available. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Sweet Meadowfed goat milk. This is a raw product, fresh or frozen. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Certified Organic family owned and operated dairy farm in the northwest corner of Lapeer County. They offer a cowshare program for obtaining raw milk and a line of raw cow milk cheeses including cheddar, colby, colby jack, monterey jack, pepper jack, gouda, garden blend, and garlic herb. Other products available include soy-free and grassfed beef, pork, and lamb (when available) and chicken and eggs from local growers. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Facebook: Richardson Farms. The Richardson family has been involved in farming for several generations. They are conservation minded in their farming efforts, and use no hormones or antibiotics used. All crops raised to feed livestock are non-GMO and pesticide-free. The dairy herd (20 cows) consists of Jerseys and a few Holsteins that are all A2/A2 protein producers. The dairy holds a Grade A Permit. They have a facility which houses a four-stall milking parlor, a milk plant for low-temperature pasteurization and a Country Store (open most days but call to make sure) featuring their complete line of beef, pork and poultry items. Their milk is featured at the farmers markets in Austin, Georgetown, and Houston. They have a Raw Milk for Retail Permit which allows the customer to pick up raw milk at the dairy. Please call prior to coming to the dairy, as some navigation apps will send you to the wrong place. Applications for Raw Milk Coops and Buying Groups are available upon request. Farm tours are offered by appointment Monday through Thursday. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Small family farm that raises grassfed Oberhasli dairy goats. They are fed a GMO-free grain with legumes mixed in while being milked, free choice Central Oregon alfalfa along with other high-quality hays. Free-choice minerals, kelp, and clean water are always available to them. Holistic health care whenever possible. Worming at kidding time and before winter hits; antibiotics only if absolutely necessary. In both cases, those goats are taken off the milk line for seven days. All of the milkers are on a show string; See them at Oregon State Fair and Deschutes County Fair, Crook County Fair and Jefferson County Fair. Goat milk is $6/half-gallon, stored in clean half gallon glass jars. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Copia Farm, Dan & Caitlin, in Licking County/Johnstown (Short drive from Columbus, OH), Facebook: www.facebook.com/copiafarm. A2/A2 Jersey cows, grass fed with a tiny bit of Certified Organic grain at feeding to show thanks. Cleanliness and safety are top priority. Milk is immediately chilled. Milk herdshares, $25 one-time buy-in, $9/gallon boarding fee. Convenient pickup 365 days/year 9am-7pm. Copia Farmstore also features grass-fed meats, pasture-raised eggs, organic produce & pantry items, and organic sourdough bread on Friday afternoons. Call or email to schedule a tour and orientation for real milk.