A very small micro dairy with four Jersey cows. Their farm provides raw Jersey cow milk that is quick chilled for lasting freshness. Visitors are welcome to the farm and pictures and raw milk information can be found on their Facebook farm page at Bit of Honey Farm. Milk is $12/gallon or $7/half and can be purchased at the farm. Common Ground Farm on Taylor Road in Deland also carries their milk. Some deliveries available. Milk is sold for pet consumption only per Florida law. Call Pam for more information. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Whole raw milk, cream, butter from cow, goat, and sheep. Free range grass and hay-fed. Hay is plain prairie grass mix and limited alfalfa hay that is old stand and old genetics no spraying. Grain is oat, barley, and flax. No corn and no soy. No fish or fish byproducts. All dairy animals are veterinarian tested annually free of TB. Tested triennially free of Brucellosis. The farm is tested Johnes-free and the sheep are also tested OOP Free. Copy of test provided upon request. Milked by closed machine milking system, filtered, and chilled in half gallon glass mason jars. Cow milk is $5/half gallon, Goat milk is $8/half gallon, Sheep milk is $10/half gallon (limited seasonal availability). Farm pick up or town delivery to central pickup location (Immanuel Lutheran Church on 5th Street across from the hospital).
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. Milk is $5/gallon in a container provided by the customer, $6/gallon in a container provided by the farm. At times, butter and cheeses are available (examples: gouda, colby, and cheese curds). 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. 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 previously made. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Cast Iron Farm milks heritage breed cows. At milking, cows are fed alfalfa pellets, and less than one percent of their body weight in rolled barley. Cows have access to rotationally grazed pasture, weather permitting. In inclement weather, they eat alfalfa and orchard grass hay in a well bedded, dry barn. Milk parlor is open for public inspection daily. RAWMI listed: rawmilkinstitute.net. Milk costs $7/half-gallon jar. Pick up on the farm only. First milk pick up requires tour of farm premises and education on raw milk handling. Milk is reserved for each day and customers pick up on the same day each week. Milk is tested monthly by Standard Plate Count and Coliform Count, and results are posted in the milk area. Farm practices are readily available to all potential customers. Other farm products available on request include eggs, rabbit and poultry meat, and fiber. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Facebook: facebook.com/champoegcreamery. Located just half an hour south of Portland, Champoeg Creamery has registered Jerseys and Brown Swiss cows and practices intense rotational grazing with the cows on fresh grass every 24 hours. They supplement with alfalfa and grass hay and less than one percent of their bodyweight in rolled barley. First raw dairy in the nation to be listed by the Raw Milk Institute and test results and farm management plan is available for all to view. Visit website for Farm Store hours to visit with one of the farmers to pick up your raw milk. Tours of the milking parlor hosted monthly for current customers. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Chaseholm Farm is a third-generation dairy raising Holsteins and Jerseys. They are Certified Organic and 100 percent grassfed. In the pasture season, the dairy herd rotates intensively through 110 acres of managed pastureland. Forages are raised on farm for winter feed: dry hay and baleage. Raw milk and farmstead cheeses are available at the farm store located across the driveway from the dairy barn. Milk is $4/half gallon. There is a bottle deposit of $2 at first purchase. Cheeses range from $6-15. Other products available seasonally. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
(rural Martin County, serving Fort Pierce and St. Lucie / Indian River County, Jensen Beach and Stuart / Martin County, and northern Palm Beach County). Whole raw goat milk available year-round in glass jars. Chevre, aged artisan cheeses and whey are also available along with decoratively molded goat-milk soap. Their products are free of added hormones and antibiotics, and come from a large, healthy, registered herd of Nubian, Saanen and Lamancha dairy goats that are routinely tested for parasites and other diseases. Their primary diet is pasture grasses and browse (on a 28-acre ranch; no chemicals used) supplemented daily with a custom mix grain and perennial peanut hay. Milking is done in a climate-controlled milking parlor. Per Florida law, raw dairy products are sold only for pet consumption under their Master Feed Permit. Find them on Facebook for the current farmers markets they attend. 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.
Offering raw goat milk year-round via herdshares, with pickup locations in Anchorage, Eagle River, and Palmer as well as at the farm. Goats are fed local grass hay and alfalfa, supplemented with a corn and soy-free feed, barley fodder, sea kelp, and organically derived minerals. The entire herd is tested annually, and is negative for CAE, CL, and Johne's. Lactating or food-producing animals are treated holistically, without antibiotics, growth hormones, or chemicals. They typically have 2-3 adult milkers for sale each year, as well as registered Alpine kids as future milking does and pack wethers. Starter cultures for kefir, yogurt, and kombucha are also available year-round. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Facebook: creamyhillsdairy/. Creamy Hills Dairy is a multi-species, forage based farm raising Jersey cattle, a mixed herd of beef cattle, pastured pigs, pastured laying hens, and pastured broilers. A2/A2 genetics are a focus within their dairy breeding program, and their dairy cows' primary food consumption is grass, clover, and other forages. The cows do receive a supplement in the barn; however, the dairy is working to remove non-forage supplementation from their dairy cows' diets entirely. The cows receive fresh forage every 12 hours during the growing season, and all pastures are maintained without any chemical herbicides, pesticides, or fertilizers. Their 100 percent raw milk is sold by the half gallon in glass mason jars for $2 per jar. There is a one time, $2 jar deposit on each jar. Jars are exchanged with each pickup, and customers need to arrange a first time visit and place an order before coming to the farm. First time visits can be scheduled Monday through Saturday from 4:30 to 6 p.m by contacting the farm prior to 9 p.m. the evening before. After the first visit, customers order by 9 p.m. the evening before and pickup their order through an honor system the following day. Individuals interested in setting up a first time visit can contact the farm at the number listed above or by messaging Creamy Hills Dairy on Facebook. Hamburger, sausage, and eggs are also available for pre-order at the farm, and those items, as well as cuts of meat can be picked up at the Neosho Farmers Market on the first Saturday of the month during the regular market season (April-September). The farm is located fifteen minutes from the Neosho City Center, the town of Seneca, and south Joplin. See other places where you can find products from this farm.