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Alday Farm offers dairy products from 100% grass-fed Jersey cows. They are never fed grain. The cows are offered alfalfa pellets at milking and have free-choice minerals available. In the winter months, straight molasses licks are available free-choice, along with hay harvested from the farm. Alday Farm sells fluid milk, cream, butter, cottage cheese, yogurt, kefir, and some fresh cheeses at various locations. In the future they hope to add chocolate milk and ice cream. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Alpine dairy goats fed a hand-mixed grain ration, with access to pasture and hay at all times. $50 buy-in per share, $30/month boarding fee. One share is approximately one gallon of milk a week, half shares are available. Tours available by appointment. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
A small ,family-run dairy goat farm. They raise and sell registered Lamanchas, also offering stud service. Goats graze on acres of pasture, supplemented with a diet of grain, corn, and cereal and seeds. They currently sell raw milk during season of May - Dec. then prepare goats for kidding, which they sell in spring. They make a 100 percent raw goat milk soap in 16 year-round scents and six specialty scents for each season. They use only six ingredients in the soap, no water, soy, or glycerin. Also offer goat milk fudge in several flavors. They also raise and sell chicken and duck eggs. They are working on including beef they raise. They offer farm tours and milking demos and hope to offer soap making classes. Online store coming soon, but you can call and order anytime. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Web: granddesignnubians.webs.com and hopeeternalnubians.webs.com. Raw whole goat milk from registered Nubian dairy goat herd. Herd is CAE negative. Animals run on pasture and are hormone and antibiotic free. Fed natural alfalfa and grass hay and do get some grain. Animals, facility and milk are kept clean, milk is handled and cooled properly. Nubian kids may be available. On-farm pickup only. Farm is located 29 miles from Sedalia and 57 miles from Kansas City. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Facebook: hopehavenfarmsllc. At Hope Haven Farms, they feature a breed of goat combining the sweet milk of the Kinder goat, the udder size of the Saanen and the parasite resistance of the Kiko. They are beginning to see the results in their herd. Grade A raw goat milk is currently available for purchase at the farm M-F 4-7 pm or at the Tanger Outlets, North Charleston farmers market every Saturday. Every Sunday afternoon the farm is open to visitors or by appointment. Goat snuggling and petting area is $5/person. They also offer goat cheeses, free-range chicken eggs and the rare, gourmet chocolate' eggs from French Maren chickens. Located near the Francis Biedler Forest in upper Dorchester County, SC. 15 minutes N of Summerville, 45 minutes N of Charleston, 90 minutes S of Columbia. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Produce a variety of organic milk, meat, eggs, vegetables, flowers, and herbs. Line of prepared products including soap, lip balm, yarn, sauerkraut, canned and baked goods. CSA shares. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Raw cow or goat milk herdshares available. Goats are a mix of breeds but mostly Nubians. Cows are Jerseys. Pasture fed, supplemented with grain at milking. No hormones, herbicides, chemical fertilizers, or antibiotic feed used. Milk herdshare is $30/month for one gallon per week share. Farm tours available by appointment. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Raw milk via herdshare, 100 percent grassfed beef, soy-free chickens, eggs, pork, lamb and - in the fall - turkeys. Delivery in Fort Wayne and Columbia City. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Nubian Dairy goats that are holistically raised and managed. No spraying of pastures. Farmers are WAPF diet adherents for going on 13 yrs. and it is why they started farming. They state they are not opposed to using conventional treatments if life or limb and has only happened once every few years. But practice prevention first through culling of weaker animals, providing a healthy environment, quality diet, and a variety of quality mineral supplements (including organic kelp, nutritional yeast, Redmonds animal salt, dolomite, standard loose minerals, etc.). Supporting their animals with organic herbs as needed (parasites, lactation support, etc.). Feed rations are given on stand only during milking and are non-GMO whole grains, hand mixed: oats, peas, barley, sunflower seeds. Free choice orchard hay and non-GMO alfalfa. Hand milked, filtered during milking and straight into half gallon Ball jars, cooled right away. No goaty flavor. Must supply a jar/s, or pay jar/s deposit, per half gallon. Animals tested clean for CAE, CL, Johnes, Brucellosis, TB. Herdshares $25/contract. $16 weekly (2 half gallon jars). Half shares available $8. Payment 1 month in advance. Pick up at farm, or can be delivered for an additional fee. Free delivery if someone organizes and hosts a group buy/drop, to include a weekly bonus item for the host. They hope to offer more products at some point. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
100 percent grassfed. State licensed and certified Grade A creamery. Jersey cows raised organically on pasture year round. No grain, corn, soy, or antibiotics. 12 milking cows on 10 acres. A licensed dairy with raw milk available in glass half gallon jars, as well as heavy cream sold by the quart. Available in Mount Hope Foods Naturally in Cottonwood, Interdependence Foods in Sedona, The Honey Man store in Prescott Valley, Uptown Farmers Market in Phoenix. Visit website for a current list of drop points, store hours, and more information. See other places where you can find products from this farm.