Facebook: Acresofvitality. Small family farm on 25 acres in Scio. They have been selling raw milk for 10 years. They have grassfed cow and goat herdshares available. Herdshares are a one-time purchase of $25. Then each shareholder pays a monthly maintenance fee of $40 for the care and milking of the animals. (Averages $10/gallon) The animals are producing enough for each shareholder to receive one gallon of milk per week. Milk comes in glass half-gallon mason jars. The goat herd consists entirely of purebred registered Alpines, which they have on milk production test through Willamette DHIA. The goat herd is tested for disease yearly. Milk is tested monthly for coliform and bacteria through OSU. They follow organic, holistic and sustainable practices and use intense rotational grazing moving them to fresh grass every day. The animals have unlimited access to the pasture all year long except December/January. Their animals are pasture raised with an abundance of acreage for each individual animal. They are fed organic alfalfa, orchardgrass, minerals and sprouted organic oats/barley. Drop off in Salem, Stayton, Albany and farm pickups in Scio. FTCLDF member. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Raw goat milk from healthy Alpine and Nubian dairy goats on pasture and fed alfalfa pellets and grain while milking. Available at the farm in quart or half-gallon jars. $4/half-gallon plus $2 jar deposit or bring own jars. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Facebook: Bear Branch Farms, Instagram: bearbranchfarms, Blog: Bear Branch Farm. Raw goat milk from mini La Manchas and Saanens raised on pasture with a wide variety of bushes, brambles and trees. They are supplemented with locally sourced, organic barley grain and during winter, high quality, leafy alfalfa. $11/gallon, $6/half gallon if you bring back your glass jar. There is a non-refundable glass jar deposit on the first purchase. Acres of Vitality, They have a drop-off point in Stayton. See full listing under Scio (Linn County). See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Raw milk from Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats. Nigerian Dwarf milk has a higher butterfat content (usually 5-10 percent butterfat) than milk from full size dairy goats and cows, making it good for cheese and soap making. They quickly chill the milk after milking each doe, then freeze it in quart-size Ziploc bags for the crafter’s convenience. They can also quick-chill raw milk into glass jars by request. Milk is available from late February into the fall/winter months. (Oregon law states: Raw goat milk sales are legal on the farm and in retail stores. No permit is necessary for farmers with no more than nine producing goats who sell the milk on the farm directly to the consumer.) See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Exclusively grassfed A2/A2 cow milk. $60/month for share of weekly gallon, $15/month for weekly quart. Picking up milk from the farm – 28585 SW Vanderschuere Hillsboro, OR 97123.
Farm with 36 years of experience milking offers raw cow milk from some A2/A2 cows on 20 acres of pasture, fed local grass hay and a small amount of freshly milled grain. Milk is $12/gallon and $6/half gallon in glass jars. Some butter, cream, and eggs also available at times. Customer references available. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Organic raw goat milk, cheese, yogurt and kefir available. $4 per quart / $7 per half gallon / $13.50 per gallon. They work the land and raise the animals both organically and biodynamically. Deliveries to Eugene and Cottage Grove. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
(3 miles from Rogue River, 7 miles S of Grants Pass off Hwy. 99), phone: 541-531-8465, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Raw goat milk from small family farm focused on sustainability. Nubian and Nubian cross goats are fed a diet of organic grain and no-spray hay. They have access to a free choice mineral buffet and pens/paddocks are rotated for the optimum health of the animals and the land. The goats are raised and managed naturally using herbs and homeopathy for holistic care. $6/half-gallon in glass mason jars. Return their jars or bring your own to fill. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Capella’s carries raw goat milk from Ferns’ Edge Dairy, Lowell OR 97452. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
Cast Iron Farm milks heritage breed cows. At milking, cows are fed alfalfa pellets, and less than one percent of their body weight in rolled barley. Cows have access to rotationally grazed pasture, weather permitting. In inclement weather, they eat alfalfa and orchard grass hay in a well bedded, dry barn. Milk parlor is open for public inspection daily. RAWMI listed: rawmilkinstitute.net. Milk costs $7/half-gallon jar. Pick up on the farm only. First milk pick up requires tour of farm premises and education on raw milk handling. Milk is reserved for each day and customers pick up on the same day each week. Milk is tested monthly by Standard Plate Count and Coliform Count, and results are posted in the milk area. Farm practices are readily available to all potential customers. Other farm products available on request include eggs, rabbit and poultry meat, and fiber. See other places where you can find products from this farm.