Sources of real milk and real milk products in Mississippi:
Saucier: 2-G Farm, Janet Cooper, 19357 Frank Ladner Rd. (1 hour south of Hattiesburg, 20 minutes from coast, 4 miles off Hwy 49), phone: 228-832-8777, cell: 228-861-7526, email: email@example.com, web: 2-gFarm.com. Fresh or frozen raw goat milk available most of the year from CAE-free herd (tested annually) of Nubian goats. All milk must be picked up at farm. They also have geese and game chickens. Call ahead.
Lumberton: Hatikvah Farm, Paul and Linda Duplantis, 20 Buster Shaw Rd. Lumberton, MS 39455 (in Stone County, halfway between Poplarville and Wiggins on Hwy 26), phone 601-928-5901, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Small herd of purebred, registered ADGA Nubian goats which are CAE free. Fresh or frozen raw goat milk in half-gallon containers which must be picked up at farm. Call or email for directions.
Meridian: Camelot Hills, Jennifer & Jason Porter, Near the east side of Lake Okatibbee in the Bailey community about 12 minutes north of Meridian, phone: 601-938-6562, email: email@example.com, web: www.camelothills.net, Facebook: camelothills. They breed show and production quality Alpine and Nubian dairy goats. They produce their own feed and manage rotational pastures with controlled plantings alongside wild forage and browse. Maintenance of herd health is of utmost importance with minimal use of chemicals, however it is sometimes necessary. No milk is retained or sold from any doe that has been treated with any chemical. Fresh and frozen milk is available mostly year-round. Milk is sold by the gallon and can be sold by schedule. Bulk quantities available upon advance notice. Farm visits available and welcomed by appointment. They also manufacture goat milk soap and lotion to distribute to resellers.
Ruth: Choctaw Ridge Farm, Beverly Greenwood, Ruth, MS 39662, phone: 601-823-0539, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Nubian goats, hand-milked for personal use but as the girls are pastured on clover, they often have excess milk available at $6/gallon. Chicken and duck eggs are also sometimes available. Located between Brookhaven and Jayess. Contact them for specific directions/availability.
Brandon: Southern Touch Farm, Susan & Dennis Davis, (~20 minutes east of Jackson), phone: 601-825-2676, email: email@example.com, web: southerntouchfarm.com. Show quality dairy goat herd of Toggenburg, Oberhasli, Alpine, Nubian, and LaMancha breeds. They manufacture their own feed and use no chemical additives. Herd health is maintained with minimal use of chemical wormers and they keep no milk from a goat that has been treated with medications of any kind. A very small flock of hens is maintained and they also have a miniature horse and a rare miniature Jersey cow. They manufacture and sell handmade goat milk soap (see soap works portion of the website for more information). Scheduled visits to the farm are welcomed.
Crazzy Roadlizzard Ranch, John & Michelle Blocher, Wiggins, MS (45 minutes from the coast), phone: 228-861-2015, text: 601-528-3831, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. They raise a herd of purebred Nubians and sell fresh or frozen whole pasteurized milk. They also have brown and green eggs, California rabbits (live or dressed) and some Boer goats.
Mommers Manor, Steve Scott (owner), phone: 228-806-3323. They sell raw and pasteurized milk from registered Nubian goats, so be sure to get the raw. Call ahead to arrange pickup time.
Belmont: Covenant Creek Farm, Stephen & Chris Holland, email: email@example.com, web: covenantcreekgoatmilksoap.com. They have raised dairy goats and provided raw milk since 1993. Their registered Saanens, Alpines, and Oberhaslis produce rich milk that is great for cheese making. Call for appointment and to order. Milk must be picked up at the farm, located off Hwy. 25. Soaps and lotions can be ordered online from the website.
Etta: Garrett Farm, Sara Garrett, phone: 901-361-2041. Herdshares available on grassfed Jersey cows.
Vicksburg: Cypress Break Farm, 569 Poole Rd,.Vicksburg, MS 39180, phone: 601-831-3985, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Facebook: cypressbreakfarm. Registered LaMancha, American Alpine, and Nubian goats grazed on a 12-acre farm. Fed a specialized locally mixed feed for dairy goats. Raw milk is sold year-round by the gallon. They have soap made from their milk always available. Milk only sold on farm. They have cheeses and other goat products often available. Please call for directions and a pickup time.
Eupora: Bailey Farms, Beth Bailey, 429 Starnes Tabernacle Rd. (Clarkson Community), phone: 662-614-0385, email: email@example.com. They raise registered Nubians and use herbal worming practices. They also have limited Jersey milk available soon with cowshares. Mostly grassfed animals. Pick up at farm. Call for availability.