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Lake City, Michigan 49651
Oct 2022 UPDATE: This farm is looking for someone to lease and take over the farm as the farmer can no longer milk for health reasons. Meanwhile, when you call to ask about raw milk they will direct you to their Amish friends who do non-GMO, chemical- and synthetic-free milk products.
Farm raises Jersey/Guernsey, Holstein, Brown Swiss cross milk cows; Nubian, Alpine cross milk goats; Yorkshire cross pigs; and free-range chicken (eggs available too). All grain used is non-GMO. They free-feed sea kelp and have it included with their feed mixture; no synthetic mineral or vitamins are added. Cowshares, goatshares, and meats for sale at the farm or drop off. Farm store hours are 10 am - 6 pm (no Sunday sales), or by appointment. They also offer classes in backyard beekeeping and goat/cow milk soap making. Tours are available and they encourage visits by school classes. The farm also raises Certified Naturally Grown (naturallygrown.org) heirloom vegetables and this year will be growing fresh vegetables year around. You can buy their fresh vegetables at the Cadillac Farmers Market on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Tekonsha, Michigan 49092
Goatshares available from their herd of registered Alpine goats. The goats and a small herd of beef cows graze on pasture and hay that the family makes during the summer months. The small grain ration the goats get at milking is soy-free. The beef cows are grassfed only. Brown eggs are available from a small flock of free-range chickens and pastured poultry is available in season. Call or email to find out more about their products. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Junction City, Ohio 43748
Raw milk herdshares from 100 percent grassfed cows. Mobile milker milks the cows right in the field. No chemicals, wormers, or hormones are used. Goatshares are available from 100 percent pastured animals. The farm also offers 100 percent grassfed Angus beef, and 100 percent grassfed lamb. Pork and eggs planned. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Wayland, Michigan 49348
Goatshares available from their herd of registered Lamancha and Alpine dairy goats. They have owned goats for over 30 years. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Nescopeck, Pennsylvania 18635
ADGA Nubian and Oberhasli Goats. 16 percent dairy grain, alfalfa/grass hay and pasture grazing. Delaware, Australorp and Barred Plymouth Rock hens free-range with layer crumble added in the evening. Goatshares giving half gallon to one gallon of milk/week from April to October/November. Large brown eggs $2.50/doz. Available for pick up evenings but call first. Visitors are welcome to meet the animals and milk the goat in which they have a share. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Kalamazoo, Michigan 49088
Small family owned, pasture-based operation with a few goatshares available. Also producing 100 percent grassfed beef, eggs from their free-range pasture-fed chickens, and pork from hogs raised outdoors. The livestock on their farm are raised without the use of antibiotics, hormones, or chemicals. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Goatshares available for milk, kefir, and cheese. Brown and blue eggs available from free-range chickens. Kefir grains for sale. Fresh produce available spring through fall. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Goatshares available. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Millington, Michigan 48746
Just east of M15. Family owned and operated. Goatshares, eggs, goat milk soap, goat meat. Hay from their fields. No chemicals, antibiotics, hormones, steroids, or GMOs used. Pork, lamb, duck, and turkey (when available). Ask about wool and mohair. Family owned goat farm selling goats, goat milk, soap, raw honey, goat and rabbit meat. Stud service available. Hours: M-F 9am-5pm, Saturday 5am-5pm, Closed on Sunday. Contact John & Theresa Schumitsch.
Shares in Alpine dairy goats; $25 lease with $20 boarding fee. Limited shares available for the season. One share entitles you to one gallon of milk per week. This averages out to around $6.50/gallon during a six-month agreement. See other places where you can find products from this farm.