Alabama's first (and still only 2022)Certified Organic dairy farm. They do low temperature pasteurized milk but not homogenized. They sell gallons and half gallons at the farm, all this is USDA Organic grassfed, cream rising. Visit their website for stores around Alabama where their products can be found. Call or visit the website for more information. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
WE NOW SELL PET MILK ( INTERESTED PLEASE e MAIL)
Raw A2 pet milk. Pastured and fed a Non-GMO Project Verified feed without corn, soy, or wheat only at milking.
Bare Bottom Farms can sell raw milk in Alabama under their Commercial Feeds Distribution License as Pet Food which is not for human consumption.
Farmer's Statement: "We pride ourselves in the quality of product and experience our customers receive hoping to gain a lasting relationship that keeps bringing you back to our farm."
BarnHouse milks a small herd of Jersey cows and Nubian/Lamancha goats. They are on pasture year round and supplemented with hay and a non-GMO dairy ration at milking time. The cows are machine milked, the goats are hand milked, and all of the milk is immediately filtered and chilled. In accordance with Alabama state law, they sell raw milk, goat cheese, kefir, cream and butter labeled as pet consumption only. Purchases are made by appointment. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Bit O' Hope Farm located in Mount Hope has raw goat milk available daily, sales are for pet consumption, no questions asked. Call for availability and pick-up, 256-476-5206
This small family homestead in Dekalb County offers their excess raw Jersey Cross milk for pet consumption and craft use. Machine milked. Milk available daily by the half gallon. Email or text for more information (they do not usually answer calls from unknown numbers because of the prevalence of spam calls).
Cottonwood Farm is located 20 minutes southwest of Florence and 10 miles from downtown Tuscumbia. They milk Guernseys that are A2/A2 Beta Casein. They practice rotational grazing with their cows. They supplement with alfalfa and grass hay. At milking time, cows are provided a small amount of non-GMO feed. The cows have constant access to a free choice minerals. Their cows are tested annually for Johne's, Brucellosis, BLV, and TB. The milk is tested for common diseases and bacteria at an independent lab on a regular basis. Cottonwood Farm also has laying hens which follow their cows in the pasture producing free range eggs. They are supplemented with free choice non-GMO feed. The farm also raise heritage breeds of pork that are raised in pasture and forest supplemented with non-GMO feed. During the Thanksgiving season, the farm has pasture-raised turkeys. Their website provides more information on farm store hours, herd share membership, and current pricing. They have herdshares and offer pet milk in accordance with Alabama state law. They are at the College? Street Farmers Market in downtown Florence. Their store hours are currently Saturdays 12-3 pm. Tours are available upon request. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Fresh milk for pet consumption. The Jersey and Guernsey cows are grass fed with non-GMO grain at milking.
Raw milk and a variety of cheeses from Saanen dairy goats, sold for pet consumption per Alabama state law. Pasture fed and supplemented with non-GMO grain. Raw milk $5/half gallon, $3 bottle deposit or bring your own bottle. Pastured raised meats and eggs also available. Farmers markets in Gadsden, Anniston, Fort Payne. Currently coordinating a weekly CSA delivery to Huntsville area. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
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.