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Paradise, Pennsylvania 17562
Licensed raw milk from 100 percent grassfed Dutch Belted (heritage breed) cows. Certified Organic by PCO. Sold in stores as Dutch Meadows Organic Dairy. Dutch Meadows sells retail at two locations and distributes wholesale across Pennsylvania. Bottling license to sell raw milk off-premises. Yogurt and a wide variety of raw artisanal cheeses available, including four styles of cheddar, gouda and a Dutch camembert. Pork from Tamworth (heritage-breed) pigs living outdoors on pasture. Pastured turkey, chicken, eggs. 100 percent grassfed beef. No Sunday sales. Several weekly/bi-weekly buying clubs in Philadelphia area. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Grass-based organic dairy on 550 acres in north central MO. Milking 40 Jersey-cross cows, who feed on pasture (rotational grazing), and are fed some organic corn or barley but no soy. Closed herd, raise their own replacements and do not buy any cows or calves at sale barns. Cows raise their calves on pasture. Milk processed on farm; butter churned weekly in a 250-gallon churn. Raw milk, raw butter ($12/lb), raw cream ($6/pint), 100 percent grassfed lamb from Katahdin sheep (ground, chops, legs, ribs, organ meats, bones), and 100 percent grassfed beef from Jersey-cross steers (ground, steak, ribs, roasts, organ meats, bones) available. Beef is hung for minimum of two weeks; three if local butcher has space available. Will ship butter and meats (frozen); $40 minimum order. Buy in bulk and save. Example: Butter is $11/lb when you buy 40 or more lbs. They ship it frozen via UPS; and you can keep it, frozen, for about a year. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Two Jersey/Dexter milk cows, pasture fed, hand treats of apples and hand picked tall grasses given by locals and visitors. Products sold include real milk ($4 half gallon plus $2 jar deposit), yogurt, cottage cheese, soft cheeses, ice cream, and other farm raised foods like duck eggs, chicken eggs, berries and some veggies. Directions: Look for the two cows, Millie and Mary, in the field across from the post office. The Matinicus farmers market is Wednesdays from 11 am to 1 pm during July and August, and all products on hand are also available at the house, next to the cow's pasture. Eggs are usually available in the picnic cooler at the end of the driveway. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Farmington, New Mexico
Has a Guernsey milk cow who is pasture/hay fed. Sells milk by the quart & cream by the half pint. Always in glass jars. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Toronto, Ohio 43964
A small dairy (5-10 cows), mostly Jersey cows with some Jersey cross. The cows are on all-season native pasture and are moved to a new paddock twice daily. Cows receive no grain and are hand milked (no surge buckets). Milk is strained into glass half-gallon jars (no plastic) provided by the herdshare owners and picked up weekly at the farm. Herdshares are $50/share and bought back at the same price. The monthly maintenance fee is $30/share. There is a small farm store. Other products include chemical-free produce: winter squash and beans, fresh winter carrots, beets, spinach and greens. Home-grown pastured chickens, all organic feed, available beginning in May; contact the farm by email or phone to place an order. The creamery is located on County Rd. 46, half a mile from St. Rt. 7, at the Sow's Ear Farm and Pottery. Pick-up hours are from 7 am to 7 pm, seven days a week, or as arranged. Tours of this holistic, self-sustained farmstead can be arranged by calling the farm between 8:30 am and 8 pm, Monday -Saturday. See other places where you can find products from this farm.