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St. Joe, Arkansas 72675
Nubians raised naturally on free choice browse, hay, loose minerals, and baking soda. The milkers are supplemented with non-GMO soy-free 12 percent dairy mix, non-GMO alfalfa pellets, beet pulp, and black oil sunflower seed. They are wormed herbally. Milk is double filtered and quick chilled to below 45°F. Milk is sold in glass containers, $3/quart for the first purchase and $2/quart thereafter with the return of the container for exchange. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Farmington, Missouri 63640
Raw milk available year round. Cows are machine milked. The milk is tested, double filtered (while milking and again for storage), and bottled/tank refrigerated immediately after milking. You may visit the farm to watch the process if you like. Cows are not given antibiotics or hormones. Most of the milk is A2/A2 and the farm is working toward 100% A2/A2.
The farm is a past commercial dairy with a commercial refrigerated tank. Thus they can also offer bulk quantities with appropriate containers and prior notice. When they have surplus milk and by giving them ample warning, you may be able to indulge in adventures in making cheese, ice cream, butter, and/or yogurt. Or become a weekly/bi-weekly or monthly customer via subscription (preferred) for reserved milk. Milk is sold in your supplied container (the farm does try to keep jars on hand for sale), then switched out (after thorough cleaning), then returned with your name on it.
Current prices are $7/gallon or $3.50/half-gallon for cow's milk. Quantity discount available for cheesemaking or milk projects (with provided food-safe 5-gallon bucket).
Farm is right off of Highway 67, behind Mineral Area College a couple of miles.
To contact them, call (in this order...they work too) 573-760-6701 or 314-803-3063. If no answer, leave a message and then please be patient, or call back if you don't hear from them. The farmers both work full-time jobs.
Farmer's statement: "We understand all aspects of healthy cows. Our family has four generations of experience. If you are unsure, please do your research and then feel free to come and see how it's done. You should always go and see the process from any dairy that you choose for raw milk. There should be nothing to hide."
Fresh goat milk. Meat goat kids organically grown, sold on hoof. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Wirtz, Virginia 24184
Holstein herd managed on a Grade A licensed dairy. Cattle are a grassfed A2 bred herd. They provide beef, pork and fresh eggs in addition to offering raw milk through a herdshare program. An easy trip from Roanoke, Rocky Mount, Smith Mountain Lake, and Bedford. The farm store is open 24 hours. Set an appointment for your first visit by phone or Facebook. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Talking Rock, Georgia 30175
Raw milk available from Alpine, Lamancha, and Guernsey goats.
Jersey cows, mostly grassfed, although freshly milled soy-free feed and alfalfa is given at milking. Cows are disease tested and milk is periodically tested to maintain the highest quality. Milk is obtained after brushing each cow, double washing and drying the cow's teats, discarding the first few ounces of milk, and then collected through a closed vacuum system. After milking, cow's teats are treated with a moisturizing, sanitizing dip before they are let out to forage. Milk is brought into a milk room and then it is strained through a clean disposable milk filter, bottled into plastic food- grade bottles, capped, dated, and submerged in a below freezing quick-chiller until it has reached an optimal temperature. All equipment is sanitized promptly with dairy sanitizer solution and hung to air dry. Milk is sold in gallons for $12 and half gallons for $6. Text or call Sarah for more details and availability. Providence Farm is registered with the Florida Department of Agricultural and Consumer Services to sell raw milk in Florida and is labeled Not For Human Consumption complying with the requirements of Chapter 580. Registration number: Z003616 See other places where you can find products from this farm.
The owner is dedicated to preserving local food cultures and has over 37 years micro dairy and farm experience. Traditional farm practices are honoured to create ethical slow foods that heal as well as nourish the body and soul. The farms Saanen goat herd has never been vaccinated and their bloodline date back over 60 years. All dairy animals are milked by hand. No farm products contain soy, GMO, growth/fertility hormones, antibiotics or vaccines. Raw goat milk, English Double Devon cream, table cream, hand crafted feta, chevres, quark, kefir from authentic ancient grains, and free range eggs are available. Fresh garden produce, free range turkey and chicken are also for sale occasionally. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Sherman, Texas 75090
This small dairy sells sheep's milk for $4 per quart. Message them for address and amount of milk wanted. They have a very small dairy and can't handle many customers.
Farmer's statement on sheep's milk: "Sheep's milk is more acceptable to the human digestive system in comparison to cow’s and goat’s milk. Sheep's milk does not have such a strong smell or taste as is often the case with goat’s milk. Sheep's milk contains about double and in some cases much more than double the amount of solids found in either goat’s and cow’s milk. Sheep's milk is superior and belongs to a class of its own."