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.
Holistically managed, year-round goat dairy free ranged on unlimited browse, with alfalfa hay and free choice kelp, minerals and sea salt. Continual harvests of 300# of sprouted Delta barley fodder daily. All products are corn and soy-free. They offer milk shares, meat and milk goats, pastured pork, layer and meat chickens, layer and meat ducks, turkeys, eggs, aged compost and seasonal garden starts/perennials. Weekly delivery is available to Wasilla and Homer. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
North Wind Farm offers raw milk and farm fresh eggs. They are milking purebred Jersey cows that are grassfed in the summer. Shares are available. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Located between Homer and Anchor Point. Offering raw milk goat and cowshares; no antibiotics, no hormones. Meat chickens (available May-September), fresh chicken eggs, duck eggs, raw wildflower honey, meat goats, Flemish Giant rabbits, various garden vegetables available in the summer. Goat kids are also available sometimes (milking does). See other places where you can find products from this farm.
The Tiny Home(stead) began in 2018, when the family moved into a tiny house that they built on their property in Chugiak, Alaska. They started with a flock of tiny chickens, and soon added a herd of tiny goats (Nigerian Dwarves). They have expanded into some larger goats as well, but love their tiny roots. They currently offer a small herdshare program for raw goat milk. Most of the milk comes from Nigerian Dwarves, which means that it is high in butterfat. This makes for delicious cheese and creamy beverages. Contact the farmers if interested in joining.