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Amish farm about 45 min northwest of Clarksville offers direct sales from the farm, or has capacity for a driving co-op. Available are milk ($6.50/gal), cream, butter, fresh cheese, pastured eggs, produce, maple syrup, and sometimes pork. Cows are Jersey cross, pastured and grassfed with ration of oats with minerals at milking. No chemicals, hormones, or antibiotics used. Contact Angela for more info, email preferred: email@example.com, or text 615-584-4816 so she can reply with details. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Located on Hwy 3E halfway between Seminole and Shawnee, OK. Their goats are allowed to forage in the field all day and are supplemented with hay and feed at milking time. They use a natural approach in the care of their Nigerians, Nubians, Toggenbergs, and Saanens. $10/Gallon. Discount given if the buyer brings their own clean container. From I-40 take the Earlsboro exit. Go south 3 miles to the stop light. Then turn east on Hwy 3 for 2 miles. Red and white barns on the north side of the highway. A map can be found on their website.
Raw goat milk from healthy Alpine and Nubian dairy goats on pasture and fed alfalfa pellets and grain while milking. Available at the farm in quart or half-gallon jars. $4/half-gallon plus $2 jar deposit or bring own jars. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Herdshares are available for this herd of heritage breed British Guernsey goats. $10 buy-in per share, $2-4 jar deposit per share, and $16-18/month per share boarding fee (price subject to change year by year depending on feed costs). One share = approximately 1 quart of milk per week (can vary depending on time of year but is often slightly more). Goats are fed organic (or GMO-free if organic is unavailable) grain/alfalfa mix on the milking stand, free range grazing and mixed grass/legume hay. They are not Certified Organic but strive to maintain as natural and chemical free herd as is possible. Free pint available for sample during the milking season (April-November) but must be picked up at farm. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Farm with 36 years of experience milking offers raw cow milk from some A2/A2 cows on 20 acres of pasture, fed local grass hay and a small amount of freshly milled grain. Milk is $12/gallon and $6/half gallon in glass jars. Some butter, cream, and eggs also available at times. Customer references available. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
BlueLoon Farm is a 46-acre, USDA-certified organic farm certified by Midwest Organic Services Association (MOSA). They currently milk a small herd (seven milking) of registered Jersey cows. Single and family shares available, please contact via email or phone for further details. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
They have a small herd of Brown Swiss show cows that are shown through local FFA and 4-H chapters. The cows are pasture grazed and get a special blend of dairy grain when they are milking. They have 24-hour access to horse quality hay and an abundance of fresh water. The farm is open seven days a week with the honor system in place. Fresh milk is available for $8/gallon. Their 50 Black Austrolorp and 10 Americana chickens provide brown and green eggs that sell for $4/dozen. The farm is open for guests and visitors on request. Directions and more information available from their Facebook page. By Florida Law all products are for pet consumption only. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Currently milking Jerseys and Guernseys that have been tested for A2/A2 protein. The cows are fed free choice pasture and hay for forage and a premix pellet for grain. The barn is Grade A quality/capable when inspections are enacted. Rigorous commercial cleanliness quality standards are followed with cow health and milk quality a priority. Any medications used are absolutely necessary for the life of the cow and milk is antibiotic tested before it goes back on sale to the consumer.
Call for prices. At times, butter and cheeses are available (examples: Gouda, Colby, and cheese curds). Farm pick-up is generally around 4:30 pm unless other arrangements are made. Regularly scheduled pick-ups are appreciated. The cows are tame and visitors are welcome. Text is appreciated before the call to make sure voice chat is possible. Calls are OK, and will be answered on availability.
Special directions: go past the yellow house to either the dairy barn or the log cabin. Please call before coming to verify milk/product availability unless arrangements were made previously.
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Bucket List Homestead is a family of eight "living the dream" in Rural Hall, North Carolina on their 14-acre farm. They have several A2/A2 Jersey cows giving multiple gallons a day. Their cows are pasture grazed, and they feed alfalfa pellets or hay to their Jerseys during milking time.
Their Jerseys are milked by machine twice a day, and then they strain the milk into glass jars and refrigerate immediately. Raw milk is $12 per gallon for pet milk, or $10 per gallon if you do a herd share. They operate mainly on a herd share agreement. They are currently taking customers.
They also sell chicken eggs as well as pasture-raised chicken. If you would like to purchase some pasture-raised chicken, contact them through their website at bucketlisthomestead.com or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org to let them know what you're interested in, and they will let you know what their availability is.
The farm would also like to know if there is interest in fresh ground whole wheat bread or white bread. Let them know a couple days ahead of time so they can make it fresh.
Jersey milk cow, rotational grazing of animals on pasture with alfalfa and non-GMO grain at time of milking. Half-gallon jars of raw, non-pasteurized milk with cream. $2 deposit for new customers for jars or bring your own. Milk is $4/half-gallon in mason jars. Welcome to come to the farm anytime to pick up milk. Please call ahead to make sure of availability. See other places where you can find products from this farm.