Scottsbluff, Nebraska 69361
The herd is 100 percent pasture fed, receives no vaccinations, and is TB tested. Breeds include Jersey, Normandy, Milking Shorthorn and Ayrshire. The herd has been closed since 2000, with new bulls brought in every other year. They offer milk ($12/gallon; must be picked up at the farm), cream ($10/qt), vegetable CSA, and open-pollinated/heirloom vegetable seed. This farm has been Certified Organic since 2009 and certified for biodynamic seed since 2010. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Harrison, Nebraska 69346
Raw milk from Alpine dairy goats. They are naturally raised, grazing on pasture during the warm months and fed alfalfa hay during the winter months and as a supplement to their browsing and grazing. Call or email for more information.
Raw milk from Nubian dairy goats starting early April annually. Naturally-raised alfalfa hay fed during winter months and as a supplement to the goats' browsing and grazing during the months they are in milk. In the warm months the goats graze on pasture with high levels of water-soluble carbohydrates from perennial ryegrass, timothy, and ladino clover. Goats have regular access to North Atlantic Sea Kelp for minerals. Call or email for more information. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Facebook: RaisingArrowsNubians. Producing clean raw milk year-round from a small, well-managed herd. Raising Arrows Nubians participates in pathogen testing to insure safe milk. Nubians are fed a corn-free, soy-free diet and are always growth hormone and antibiotic-free. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Bayard, Nebraska 69334
Please call or text. Goat and cow milk available. Pickup at house or at specified locations on specified nights. Contact for available pickup locations.
•Cow milk-$5/half gal
•Goat milk-$6/half gal
Dix, Nebraska 69133
Mini Nubian dairy goats: grassfed; pasture raised all-natural, antibiotic-free, soy-free, Non-GMO. Products include raw milk, raw milk kefir, raw milk cheese, and raw milk yogurt. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Albion, Nebraska 68620
Facebook: texleyfarmfresh. Texley Sustainable Agriculture offers raw milk from a small dairy herd of Brown Swiss and Jersey Cows. During the grazing season the cows are grazed rotationally on pasture, and fed a basic grain ration at each milking that is milled on the farm. In the winter the dairy cows are managed on deep bedding and fed alfalfa, and are brought into the barn only when needed during inclement weather. Milk is available for purchase by appointment, however most supporters of the farm receive raw milk through a seasonal herdshare. A herdshare can be purchased for $40 and entitles each herdshare holder to receive 2 gallons of milk per week for an entire milking season. On a monthly basis, a fee is paid to the farm in proportion to the amount of milk received, the fee is equitable to $5/half gallon. (Example: for $20/month a herdshare holder receives a ½ gallon per week.) Raw milk pick-up is every Wednesday night at The Stirred Pot, a local café in Albion, at 5:30pm. At this pick-up location, you can also purchase eggs, chicken, seasonal produce, and place orders for pork and beef. On occasion products from other producers will also be available. If you are interested in receiving Raw Milk through a herdshare but live in a different community, you are encouraged to organize multiple households that are interested in using raw milk and set up your own raw milk pick-up. The milk will be bottled and ready for you on the farm, and it is up to you to distribute it to the herdshare members of your community. Compensation for your time, travel, and labor, is between you and the herdshare collective in your community. Please contact the farm if you want to set up a raw milk pick-up location. Texley Sustainable Agriculture also offers pasture raised chicken, pasture-raised and milk-fed pork, holiday turkeys, and grassfed beef. See other places where you can find products from this farm.