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Lancaster, PA 17603 in association with the Right to Choose Healthy Food Club and Algonquin Ridge Organic Farm & Co-Op. Call 1-877-PAFARMS (1-877-723-2767) for more information, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Private connection hub in Lancaster County, PA consists of a number of traditional Amish farmers and farmers using natural growing methods. Each farm has been selected based on traditional farming and animal husbandry methods. Club members have access to a wide variety of completely grassfed cow and goat dairy products including milk, cream, butter, cheese, unheated yogurt, kefir, colostrum, whey, ice cream and eggnog made with raw honey, sour cream, and more. Meats available include unfrozen, fresh grassfed organic beef, pastured chicken (no soy), turkey (seasonal), lamb, and pork (free foraging with steady supply of whey and milk). Seafood includes fresh unfrozen wild-caught fish including lobsters from Maine and crabs from Maryland. Other foods available include local raw honey, raw nuts and seeds (soaked and unsoaked), lacto-fermented foods (kimchee, sauerkraut, beet kvass, pickles, radish, cabbage, fermented ketchup, kombucha, kombucha mushrooms, kefir grains), sourdough and soaked breads, ginger ale, honey mustard, homemade mayonnaise, apple butter, applesauce, raw apple cider vinegar, fresh exotic and rare fruits from Asia, olive oil, coconut oil and other coconut products, and fermented cod liver oil and other superfoods. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Jersey cows, mostly grassfed, although freshly milled soy-free feed and alfalfa is given at milking. Cows are disease tested and milk is periodically tested to maintain the highest quality. Milk is obtained after brushing each cow, double washing and drying the cow's teats, discarding the first few ounces of milk, and then collected through a closed vacuum system. After milking, cow's teats are treated with a moisturizing, sanitizing dip before they are let out to forage. Milk is brought into a milk room and then it is strained through a clean disposable milk filter, bottled into plastic food- grade bottles, capped, dated, and submerged in a below freezing quick-chiller until it has reached an optimal temperature. All equipment is sanitized promptly with dairy sanitizer solution and hung to air dry. Milk is sold in gallons for $12 and half gallons for $6. Text or call Sarah for more details and availability. Providence Farm is registered with the Florida Department of Agricultural and Consumer Services to sell raw milk in Florida and is labeled Not For Human Consumption complying with the requirements of Chapter 580. Registration number: Z003616 See other places where you can find products from this farm.
The owner is dedicated to preserving local food cultures and has over 37 years micro dairy and farm experience. Traditional farm practices are honoured to create ethical slow foods that heal as well as nourish the body and soul. The farms Saanen goat herd has never been vaccinated and their bloodline date back over 60 years. All dairy animals are milked by hand. No farm products contain soy, GMO, growth/fertility hormones, antibiotics or vaccines. Raw goat milk, English Double Devon cream, table cream, hand crafted feta, chevres, quark, kefir from authentic ancient grains, and free range eggs are available. Fresh garden produce, free range turkey and chicken are also for sale occasionally. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Fresh and frozen raw goat milk available. Labeled and sold as "petfood ingredient - not for human consumption" per Florida & Georgia State Law and Labeling guidelines. Serenity Acres Farm has been for 10 years now "Animal Welfare Approved" certified through A Greener World. The farm is operated sustainably without the use of pesticides and they strive to minimize their footprint on Mother Earth one goat milk product at a time including the use of compostable shipping peanuts and packaging made from recycled materials.
Available through farm pick-up and online at www.serenitygoats.com are their goat milk soap made with fresh goat milk from their goats, goat milk body creme, salt glows, lip balm, goat milk bath, and shea butter.
Farm pick up and farm tours are available by appointment by calling 1-877-601-7373.
Grassfed Jersey cows offered non-GMO alfalfa hay and/or non-GMO grain at milking time. Milk is labeled and sold as raw pet milk. Fresh eggs, pastured poultry, pork, raw honey and seasonal fresh produce also available. Co-op for Bread Beckers Inc. offering organic grains, the sale of Nutrimill-Bosch grain mills and mixers to aid in making nutrient dense food. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
French Alpine and American Saanen dairy goats with free access to chemical-free pastures. Goats also browse a nearby woods and are fed alfalfa hay and Chaffhaye, and get whole oats and barley while on the milk stand. No hormones. No antibiotics. Goats are only treated if needed. Goats are currently on monthly milk tests through the American Dairy Goat Assoc. They are machine-milked twice a day. Milk is cooled quickly in an ice water bath and refrigerated in half gallon glass jars. They offer fresh raw goat milk half and whole shares or as pet food only. Kefir, yogurt, fudge, ice cream, cheese, and more also available. Hours: 10 am to 5 pm Mon-Sat. Call for an appointment for pick up. Delivery is possible if there are enough people to pick up at one location. See other places where you can find products from this farm.