A small grass-based dairy in the Montgomery/New Prague area. During the summer months the cows are kept on pasture grasses. During winter months they are fed a combination of hay, sweet corn silage, and grains from the local feed mill. Eggs from the neighbor CSA also available. Beef is available year-round. Call or email for more information. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Fresh and frozen raw goat milk from their award-winning herd of purebred registered Nubian and LaMancha dairy goats. Disease free and TB tested free herd. Volume pricing available on orders of 10+ gallons. Also sell goat milk soap and lotion: BlissBerry Nubians and LaManchas Simply Bliss Soap, Alexandria, MN. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
They milk a small herd of A2A2 registered Jersey cows. The cows are on pasture as well as get free choice high quality alfalfa hay. They also get a couple of scoops of grain during milking that the farmers have made up at a local mill. Milk is $5 per gallon. You must provide clean glass or stainless containers to transport your milk. They usually recommend half-gallon Ball jars. If you’re interested, feel free to call, text, or email them. Email is dkflooring1 at gmail dot com.
Raw milk from a herd of registered, show quality Saanen and Toggenburg dairy goats. Milk must be picked up at the farm. Fresh vegetables also available during the growing season as well as occasional eggs. Reader Comment: A reader spoke to the farmer and asked about how the goats are fed. The farmer said the goats get hay all year long as well as some feed which is mostly locally sourced, although the individual ingredients may not all be local, and he cannot confirm it is GMO-free. A few goats are fed organic grain. Please email the farm for more information. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Theresa 320-290-2757, Jerry- 320-249-2431, email: TheresaJerry@me.com, web: EichersHobbyFarm.com, EichersHobbyFarm.weebly.com, Facebook: Eichers Hobby Farm. A family run farm, with 20 acres in Avon, MN, and 80 acres in Bertha, MN, where they crop farm to feed their animals alfalfa. They also feed molasses and natural supplements. Not a licensed organic farm but practice as if they are. They raise goats, chickens, and have two Great Pyrenees dogs to protect their herd of goats. They all have a barn for shelter with fresh running water at all times and a large pasture to roam on. They raise Nubian, Saanen, Alpine, Boer, Toggenburg, Kiko and Oberhasli goats. Fresh and frozen raw goat milk available, and fresh artisan goat cheese produced in their licensed cheese processing plant on their Hobby Farm plant 27-121. They also offer face and body creams, lip cream, and soap. They sell products at farmers markets and stores, and you can also purchase on the farm in Avon. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Selling raw milk on the farm, and a line of all natural handcrafted goat milk skin care products made from their milk, sold on the farm, in stores listing on their website, or online.
Raw A2 milk, from a family-raised micro herd of Brown Swiss is coming soon. A1 Holstein milk is now available. Entire herd is custom-fed for optimal health by certified nutritionist. Visit website for more information, or call or email with questions. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Small family farm has 15-20, 100 percent grassfed Jersey cows (with no plans to get bigger). In 2019, they reached their goal of having all of the cows be A2/A2. Cows get zero grain. No GMOs, antibiotics, hormones, herbicides, or chemical fertilizers. Rotationally grazed, cows are moved 2-3x/day and eat hay in the winter. Other supplements include Redmond’s Real Salt, organic kelp, Agri-Dynamics minerals, raw apple cider vinegar, and organic molasses. Most of the raw milk is made into truly raw cheese May- early Nov. (only heated to 95-102 degrees F.) Cheese is aged at least 60 days before selling. Raw milk is available year-round directly off the farm to customers with their own containers. Other farm products include pastured eggs, whey-fed pork, pasture-raised broilers and 100 percent grassfed beef. Chickens and pigs get transitional organic grains and no soy. Call or email for availability. See other places where you can find products from this farm.