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Lodi, Ohio 44254
Organic and biodynamic farm raising Nubian, Alpine and LaMancha goats, free-range chickens, ducks and rabbits. Holistic health care management is used, including an herbal parasite prevention program. No hormones, antibiotics or chemical wormers. The goats are fed organic hay, free-range browse, a small amount of organic non-GMO/non-soy feed while on the milking stand, and occasional fruits and vegetables from the farm. A herdshare program is available for raw goat milk. Other products available from the farm include free-range chicken, rabbit meat, chicken and duck eggs, honey, maple syrup, seasonal organic fruits and vegetables, jams, goat milk soap and medicinal herbal products. Farm visits and tours are welcome. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Raw milk available from Jersey cows, on pasture all day except for milking time. No chemicals used on pasture. Cows are antibiotic and hormone free. At milking time, cows are fed fodder grass grown from organic barley seed; no pesticides nor GMOs used. Cows have been tested and qualify for the A2/A2 genetics. Milk is $10/gallon, $5/half gallon. Also available: raw milk from A2/A1 cows, who receive a scoop of supplemental non-soy grain at milking time, $7/gallon; $3.50/half gallon. They keep the grain to a minimumvery light supplementation in spring and summer, more in fall and winter. Bucket milkers are broken down to the smallest part after each milking, then scrubbed and washed thoroughly with mild dish liquid; no harsh chemicals or acids used. Delivery is available from along I-44, to South St. Louis, all around the city up to Florrissant and O'Fallon, MO. New delivery drop locations can be added with a minimum order of 7 gallons. Delivery is made twice weekly; milk is very fresh. Reliable supplier serving the St. Louis area for over 10 years. Located in Mark Twain National forest near Viburnum. Pastured pork and beef also available. Farm visits welcomecome see us during your Steelville floating vacation! See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Cape Coral, Florida 33991
Farmer Joe's offers 100% grass-fed raw dairy products from Alday Farm. Jersey cows, never fed grain, offered alfalfa pellets at milking, free-choice minerals. In winter, straight free-choice molasses licks and hay from the farm. Alday products include fluid milk, cream, butter, cottage cheese, yogurt, kefir, and some fresh cheeses at various locations. See other places where you can find products from Alday farm
This goat herd is made up of Nubian and Nigerian Dwarf goats. The goats live in the farm's pastures. Five Fingers Farm uses rotational and intensive grazing techniques to build soil and promote the health of their goats. They supplement their diet, when needed, with locally grown grains and hay. On rare occasions, when one of the herd gets sick, they use holistic and natural practices to treat them. The herd is tested annually for brucellosis and tuberculosis.
The farmers milk in the fields, in the fresh air and sunshine. They use clean, stainless steel buckets to collect the milk. After milking, they strain the milk, bottle it and put it in the chiller to stay cold.
To buy into the herd share, there is a one-time fee of $50 and a $40 per month caretaking fee. It is anticipated that you will receive an average of 1/2 gallon of milk per week, per share that you own. Milk is a seasonal product. Typically the farm milks six months a year, from April to October.
Frank Henry Farms is located in NE Cullman County, about 45 minutes from Huntsville. Their herd consists of registered A2/A2 Guernsey dairy cows as well as Red Devon and South Poll grass-fed beef cattle. The cows are kept on pasture year round with free access to organic Icelandic Kelp & minerals.
The dairy cows receive only a small amount of organic Chaffhaye, ACV, soy-free non-GMO feed at milking, just to keep them busy. As per Alabama laws, raw milk is sold for pet consumption only. Raw milk is $5/half gallon, $3 bottle deposit or bring your own bottle.
Placerville, California 95667
Facebook: freehandfarm. Milking herd of three Jersey and Shorthorn cows, on holistically managed pasture all year, fed supplemental grass and alfalfa hay, minerals, and a very small amount of sprouted barley. Herdshare, raw milk available exclusively to share owners. Milk tested weekly for bacteria counts to assure quality. Located near Hwy. 50 in the Coloma/Lotus area. Please call ahead to schedule a tour or learn more about the farm. Pastured eggs from hens fed sprouted barley and milk, pastured broilers, pastured pork and grassfed lamb available on farm as well. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
ADGA-registered full size dairy goats (Nubian and Oberhasli) fed local hay and pasture, 16-18 percent dairy ration, beet pulp, boss, oats, and alfalfa pellets. Fully vaccinated, and dewormed only when needed. Kids bottle raised on heat treated milk. Goats are disease-tested and clean. Milk is tested monthly. Champion genetics, top ten producers, and Breed Leaders in herd.
Milking equipment washed and sanitized daily. Product pickup by appointment only. Schedule appointments at Goatroper Farms square.site only. Multiple options on milk to choose from, prices from $8 and up They are five minutes west of the Walmart on Highway 10.
Facebook: goatroperfarms, Twitter/Instagram: @goatroperfarms.
Castleton, Vermont 5735
A small ,family-run dairy goat farm. They raise and sell registered Lamanchas, also offering stud service. Goats graze on acres of pasture, supplemented with a diet of grain, corn, and cereal and seeds. They currently sell raw milk during season of May - Dec. then prepare goats for kidding, which they sell in spring. They make a 100 percent raw goat milk soap in 16 year-round scents and six specialty scents for each season. They use only six ingredients in the soap, no water, soy, or glycerin. Also offer goat milk fudge in several flavors. They also raise and sell chicken and duck eggs. They are working on including beef they raise. They offer farm tours and milking demos and hope to offer soap making classes. Online store coming soon, but you can call and order anytime. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Nixa, Missouri 65714
The farm owners have nine years of experience raising and milking dairy goats and two years of experience owning a Grade A goat dairy and cheese plant. The farm has Lamancha dairy goats raised on pasture using natural methods of care. The goats are given a small amount of non-GMO oats at milking time. They never receive hormones. They have access to mineral supplements and deep well water. The goats are milked under sanitary conditions by machine with an inline filter. The milk is quickly chilled and held in a stainless-steel Muller bulk tank. Raw milk is offered in new half gallon plastic jugs at $9/gallon ($4.50/half gallon). Please call for an appointment to purchase milk. The goats are usually somewhere close by so you can see them when you come for milk. Baby goats are also available to pet in the spring. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Bonners Ferry, Idaho 83805
Milking Nubian goats that are fed alfalfa and grass hay, a little grain during milking, plus free-access to minerals and vitamins. No hormones administered. ISDA licensed; permit #RGM-029; milk tested monthly. Find Harlan Mountain Farms raw goat milk in half-gallon bottles at Akins Harvest Foods, Sharon's Country Store, and Yoder's Discount Groceries. See other places where you can find products from this farm.