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A small, diverse farm, they have 100% grassfed Jersey cows. Milk, yogurt and kefir are available in glass jars through a herdhare program with on-farm pickup. Mama cows raise their own babies, and all efforts are toward the goal of a low-stress environment while being rotated daily through organically-maintained pastures. No hormones or antibiotics are used and cows are not fed any grain. The farm also hosts monthly potlucks that are open to the community! If interested in accessing raw milk, please use the form on the farm website to sign up on the wait list. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Blacksburg, Virginia 24060
Facebook: 4farthings, web: 4farthings.blogspot.com. Offers raw goat milk through a herdshare program from their herd of purebred Nubian goats. Goats are rotationally grazed on diverse, organically managed pasture and supplemented with small amounts of locally produced grain and GMO-free alfalfa as needed to support healthy body condition. Also selling pastured duck and chicken eggs and treatment free raw honey. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Chicago, Illinois 60657
This private group of individuals and families get fresh foods directly from small farmers within 100 miles of Chicago. You must become a member to participate. All animals are raised outdoors on pasture. Everything is raised organically or biodynamically. The source farms and artisan food makers have been providing food privately for more than 12 years. Careful attention sustains this cooperative. They look for people who want access to nutrient-dense specialty foods like fresh raw yogurt, kefir, butter, ice cream, traditional sourdough bread, fermented drinks and krauts, and hand-made bone broth. Fresh eggs, cow and goat milk, and some meats are often available.
Email: interested at NourishedbyNature dot net
Offering organic, grassfed, unprocessed A2/A2 Jersey milk, registered dual purpose pasture raised Romney lambs and fleeces, organic, free range eggs, and organically raised heirloom veggies in season. Herdshare milk prices equate to: $5/quart, $8/half gallon and $15/gallon. (Organic, grassfed manure fertilizer $1/lb, u-pick) Organic, free range eggs $5/dozen. Organic, pasture raised lamb, $4/lb. on the hoof. Farm hours: Fridays 1-3 pm, Saturdays 9 am to noon, Sundays 1-4pm, and by appointment. Farm tours available, $20 per person. Birthday parties also available, $25 per child. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
McCordsville, Indiana 46055
Organically produced (non-certified), non-homogenized raw milk from Lamancha and Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats. Milk is fresh and filtered. Goats are fed GMO-free organic feed. $7/gallon, $3/quart. Free samples given on site. Calls welcome anytime. Can deliver for a fee. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Sedalia, Colorado 80135
This small family farm specializes in goat milk from their herd of Nubian and Saanen goats that are pasture raised and fed alfalfa pellets while milking. Their goats are fed only natural grass products and do not get grains. Raw milk is available through a herd share program with pickup at the farm or in Sedalia on a weekly basis. Both whole and half shares are offered. Bell Meadow also sells organically raised pastured eggs and produce with seasonal availability. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Goffstown, New Hampshire 3045
Facebook: benediktdairy. Organically managed 100 percent grassfed, raw Jersey milk. Also cream, yogurt, eggs, beef, vegetables and other natural local things. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Organic raw goat milk, cheese, yogurt and kefir available. $4 per quart / $7 per half gallon / $13.50 per gallon. They work the land and raise the animals both organically and biodynamically. Deliveries to Eugene and Cottage Grove. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Howard, Colorado 81233
Buttercup Farms is a raw milk dairy in Howard, CO, serving the central Colorado Rockies including the communities of Salida, Buena Vista, FairPlay, Breckenridge, Silverthorne, Edwards, Eagle and Leadville. Raw milk cowshares are available through a contractual relationship with Buttercup Farms. Membership in the dairy is a one-time nonrefundable fee of $25. Then you pay a monthly share fee of $30 for a half share or $60 for a whole share. A whole share is equivalent to one gallon per week. All milk is bottled in glass jars which must be cleaned and recycled back to the dairy on a regular basis. Milk containers are then sterilized before the following bottling. An annual jar fee (once a year) of $10/share is required to offset lost, broken or otherwise unreturned jars. The dairy is a small herd of purebred Jerseys that are grassfed on a three-acre parcel; they are supplemented with alfalfa hay throughout the year. Grain is not part of their diet. Chickens raised on pasture provide organically produced eggs. They also offer organic vegetables, fruit and healthy sources of beef, lamb, pork, and chicken. Call or email David for more information. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Facebook: cloverhillfarm1917, blog: cloverhillfarm1917.blogspot.com. Milk from Holstein dairy cows that are raised on pasture and given small amount of feed during milking. Call to set first visit, then each following visit is at your convenience. Jars available. Please see blog for prices and details. One stop shop for milk, eggs in a variety of colors and broilers that are organically raised. Birds are free range. All of their animals are hormone free and all natural. They are state certified. See other places where you can find products from this farm.