Alabama

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Sources of real milk and real milk products in Alabama:

Statewide–For Small & Starting Co-ops/Private Buying Clubs:

  • Meadow Ridge Farm: web: www.myrealfoods.com/MeadowRidgeFarm – click on “Register” to see products and prices and learn how to become a member; email Linda: meadowridgefarm.goat@gmail.com; phone: 717-530-5999. Meadow Ridge Farm in Newburg, PA, will ship goat/lamb meat and goat dairy products weekly via insulated/ice-packed FedEx Ground delivery (minimum order of $40 plus shipping charges based on weight). A private membership association welcoming new members, goat and lamb meat are 100 percent grassfed and finished. Dairy goats are pastured and supplemented with organic hay, minerals, and a small amount of GMO-free/soy-free organic sprouted grains. Goat milk and dairy products are made with 100 percent raw milk. Goat yogurt is cultured at 110 degrees. Chevre, hard cheeses, and 11-strain custom probiotic goat drink are heated to only 86 degrees.
  • Miller’s Biodiversity Farm: leave a message at: 717-786-7895.100 percent grassfed. 100 percent of their milk is A2/A2. Real nutrient-dense products directly from the farmer. Have your order shipped in the mail to your home. Reduced or free delivery to groups in NJ, NY, and MA. Open to establishing new group pickup sites. Willing to be a vendor at your workshop or conference. Products: raw grassfed milk – cow, goat, sheep and camel, raw yogurt – cow, goat and sheep, raw kefir – cow, goat and sheep, raw cheese – cow, goat and sheep, raw cream, sour cream, cottage cheese w/ cream, butter, ice cream; pasture raised meats – beef, pork and soy-free poultry, soy-free fertile pastured eggs, tallow, pork fat, lard, beef and chicken stocks, cultured vegetables, homemade breads, soaked/dried nuts and seeds, raw honey, maple syrup, kombucha, beet kvass. We are a private buying club; $25/year to create an account and purchase with us. Visit amishbiofarm.com for details or to become a member. We guarantee customer service and product quality.

Arab:

  • Kirkland Farm, phone: 256-586-2360; email: kirklandfarm4@yahoo.com. Raw goat milk for pet consumption, kefir, yogurt, and homemade lye soap.
  • Stephenson’s One Accord Farm, Mobbs School Road, phone: 256-200-1355, email: oneaccordfarm@gmail.com, Facebook. LaMancha Goats machine milked with in line double filter then quick chilled Goats are Vet checked and health tested annually and fed a Non GMO diet In compliance with Alabama State law milk is sold for animal consumption Purchases are made by appointment only. Please bring your own containers. $6/gallon

Boaz: Circle G Farm, Brendan & Karen, Arley Lacey Rd., phone: (256) 660-1566, email:
BibleStudents@gmail.com. Facebook: Circle G Farm. Real raw milk from Jersey cows and registered Oberhasli goats. In compliance with Alabama state law, milk is sold to the public for pet/livestock consumption. They also sell cream by the quart, sweet-cream butter by the pound, and hard and soft cheeses made from cow and goat milk. All milk is hand-milked, immediately strained and is quickly bottled and chilled, sold within 24 hours of purchase. Purchases are by arrangement/appointment only, They do not have a store-front and supply is very limited and needs to be coordinated so everyone gets the freshest product possible. Please bring your own glass jar(s), or buy their new half-gallon reusable glass jars at $4 each. Raw Jersey cow milk is $6/gallon, raw Oberhasli goat milk is $7/gallon. Fresh cream is $8/quart, and both fresh butter and cheeses are $8/pound.

Elberta: Raw cheese available from Sweet Home Farm. They are a grade A licensed and inspected dairy. Facebook: Sweet-Home-Farm-114484688612537/

Empire: Northern Lights Farm, Intha Rafadin, 173 Fowler Road, Empire AL. Phone: 205-266-0746, email: nlfarm@yahoo.com, Facebook. Raw goat milk for pet consumption, Free-range chickens and brown eggs, homemade lye soap and lotions, meat goats available.

Gadsden: Forgotten Ways Farm, Amber Bennett 95 Owens Switch Road Gadsden, AL 35901, cellphone: 810-338-5623, email: amber@forgottenwaysfarm.com, web: www.forgottenwaysfarm.com, Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/biz/Forgotten-Ways-Farm-481032585311817/. Raw milk and a variety of cheeses from Saanen dairy goats, sold for pet consumption per Alabama state law. Pasture fed and supplemented with non-GMO grain. Raw milk $5/half gallon, $3 bottle deposit or bring your own bottle. Pastured raised meats and eggs also available. Farmers markets in Gadsden, Anniston, Fort Payne. Currently coordinating a weekly CSA delivery to Huntsville area.

Hillsboro: Lil’ Hill Farm, Bruce and Sandie Terry, phone: 256-974-1693, email: sanderterry@gmail, web: www.lilhillfarm.com. Sells Nigerian Dwarf goats’ milk. In compliance with Alabama state law, milk is sold to the public for animal use only.

Huntsville: Woodser Family Farm, Terri Woods, phone: 256-701-0288, email: woodsermom@hotmail.com. Small goat farm – all Nubians raw goat milk, $4/quart. Raw chèvre, $6 for approx. 4 oz. roll.

Meridianville: Dusty J Farms, Jordon Jones, phone: 931-625-7224, email: dustyjfarms@gmail.com. Jersey cows. Primarily grassfed. Raw milk for animal consumption.

Mount Hope: Bit O’ Hope Dairy Goat Farm, Beverly Fike, Mount Hope, AL 35651, phone: 256-974-3707/256-476-5206, email: fikebarlow@att.net, web: www.bitohopedairygoatfarm.com. Facebook: bitohopedairygoatfarm. They sell Nigerian Dwarf goat milk cheese ($8/gallon) and personal care products (soaps and lotions), all made from raw goat milk. They feed non-GMO only. In compliance with Alabama state law, milk and cheese is sold to the public for animal and livestock consumption only. Purchases made by appointment only.

Piedmont: My Dad & Me Family Farm, 463 Pike Road, Piedmont AL 36272; phone: 256-492-7066, web: mydadandmefamilyfarm.com. Sixty-two acre family farm selling raw Jersey milk under Alabama’s pet milk label near Hokes Bluff, east of Gadsden. Their 100 percent grassfed Jersey cows are rotationally grazed on fresh grass and supplemented with hay or organic alfalfa pellets if necessary (no grain whatsoever). They also sell pastured eggs from their laying hens and Freedom Ranger broiler meat chickens both of which are fed only Certified Organic, soy-free, GMO-free chicken feed. Grassfed beef, pastured pork, skin care products, baked goods, raw honey, and farm fresh produce in season are also available in their on-farm Farm Store. For more information visit their website. Enter your name and email address on their home page and click to confirm you want to receive their emails. This will provide you with a ‘welcome email’ with more info about purchasing from their farm.

Quad ​C​ities​ Area/Tuscumbia: ​C​ottonwood Farm, Hope & Brian Williamson, 755 Locust L​a​n​e​, Tuscumbia​,​ AL 35674, phone: 256​-​762​-​1760, ​e​mail:​ ​cottonwoodfarm14@gmail.com​, ​web: www.cottonwood-farm.com, Facebook:​ ​cottonwoodfarm14. Cottonwood Farm is located ​20 minutes ​southwest of​ ​Florence​ and 10 miles from downtown Tuscumbia​. They milk ​Guernseys ​that are A2/A2 Beta Casein. They ​practice rotational grazing with the​ir​ cows. They supplement with alfalfa and grass hay. At milking time, cows are provided a small amount of non-GMO feed​​. ​The cows have constant access to a free choice minerals. ​Their cows are tested annually for Johne’s, Brucellosis, BLV, and TB. The milk is tested for common diseases and bacteria at an independent lab on a regular basis. Cottonwood Farm ​also has laying hens​ which follow their cows in the pasture producing free range eggs. ​They are supplemented with free choice non-GMO feed. The farm also raise heritage breeds of pork that are raised in pasture and forest supplemented with non-GMO feed. During the Thanksgiving season, the farm has pasture-raised turkeys. Their website provides ​more ​information ​on​ farm store hours, herd share membership, and current pricing. ​They have herdshares and offer pet milk in accordance with ​Alabama state law.​ They are at the College​ Street Farmers Market in downtown Florence. Their store hours are currently Saturdays 12-3 pm. Tours are available upon request.

Selma: Oldesouth Farm, contact Terry Babb by phone: 334-327-9252, or email: oldesouth@charter.net. You can also visit their website at oldesouth.citymax.com. Nigerian Dwarf Goats. Raw Nigerian Dwarf goat milk for animal usage only.

Slocomb: Alabama’s Organic Dairy Products, LLC. Alabama’s first Certified Organic dairy farm. Working Cows Dairy located at 5539 North State Hwy 103 Slocomb, AL 36375. phone: 334-886-3839, web: workingcowsdairy.com. They do low temperature pasteurized milk but not homogenized. They sell gallons and half gallons at the farm, all this is USDA Organic grassfed, cream rising. Visit their website for stores around Alabama where their products can be found. Call or visit the website for more information.

Verbena: Milkin 4 Us, Sherry and Bruce Wells, email: milkin4us@ wildblue.net, Facebook: Milkin4us-Dairy-Farm-158236947629555/. Raw goat milk for animal consumption, Nubian and Kinders goat kids for sale. Will offer cheese, soaps and other products as time allows.

Wedowee: BarnHouse Farms, phone: 407-620-7630/407-620-9937 (call or text), email:  barnhousefarms14@gmail.com, Facebook.  BarnHouse milks a small herd of Jersey cows and Nubian/Lamancha goats. They are on pasture year round and supplemented with hay and a non-GMO dairy ration at milking time. The cows are machine milked, the goats are hand milked, and all of the milk is immediately filtered and chilled. In accordance with Alabama state law, they sell raw milk, goat cheese, kefir, cream and butter labeled as pet consumption only. Purchases are made by appointment.

155 thoughts on “Alabama

  1. Hi , I’m from Brewton, AL and looking to purchase A2 jersey cows. Does anyone know of anyone selling their stock in Alabama?

  2. Anyone in the Birmingham / McCalla area have raw milk? We have gotten it locally from someone who doesn’t advertise this anywhere, but they won’t have any more until “probably February”. I’ve driven 90 miles one way a few times recently, but won’t do so again because that adds $18 to the already high price of raw milk. Contact me: phone at happypenguincomputers dot com if you have information.

    • James, I am not sure how far you want to drive, but we are up in Roanoke and sell raw milk from Jersey cows and dairy goats. We are BarnHouse Farms and you can find us on facebook or call/text me at 407-620-7630.

    • There is a Farm & Creamery in Hurtsboro that sells raw milk “for pet consumption only” as well as raw whole milk yogurt approved by the USDA. Since we aren’t supposed to list places, I think you could probably find it by googling that info. Good luck!

  3. Hi friends
    I am looking for Colostrum (natural from the cow ) so if some body
    help me at this matter for my Adult son illness I highly appreciate. I am currently live at Daphne Al. For contact my email is : majabomustafa(at) yahoo

  4. My family and I will be moving to the Birmingham area in late spring or early summer 2016. We currently live in Georgia where we have been purchasing raw cows milk (under the pet milk law) from our local farmer for the past 5 years. Our farmer sells the milk in regular gallon milk jugs. In my search for raw milk in Alabama, I have only seen mention of raw milk in glass containers (although I’m having trouble finding raw cow’s milk at all, right now). Some farmers in Georgia sell in glass containers but find that plastic milk jugs are easier to use if they have several cows, a good-sized customer base, and sell at farmers markets. Are farmers in Alabama allowed to sell milk in plastic milk jugs? If not, is this the reason it is not as readily available? Is there a consumer advocacy group I can join to help make it easier for farmers to sell raw milk in Alabama? I am currently looking into farmtoconsumer.org but if there is a state group I can become a part of, I would like to get involved on the local level. I love local farmers! Thank you for all you do!

  5. I live near Tuscaloosa, AL and am in need of fresh cow milk. I am not able to drink it after it is pasturized. I love milk and need it daily for the vitamins in it. Is there any where around this area to get it?

  6. There is a great video with Mark McAfee on Dr. Joseph Mercola’s website about raw milk. Is anyone working on getting milk legal for people in Alabama? My homemade kefir is great even though store-bought milk is pasturized and homoganized and I know it would be even better with raw milk.
    Can anyone direct me to recipes for raw milk from cows and goats when it finally is legalized? Imagine some states legally sell marajuana but not raw milk.

  7. Please check out our milk it is in a lot of stores in Birmingham, or go to our website for stores near you. We are the only certified organic dairy in the southeast and lightly pasteurize our milk. I know it is not raw but you have a choice; RAW with out the GMO’s and Chemicals sprayed or Lightly Pasteurized and NO GMO’s USDA CERTIFIED organic. Thank you for you time

  8. I am looking to buy a couple of dairy cows to raise calves on. And I sometimes or all the time might have to milk them. I have a day job so not really my income but really prefer not to through the milk out if someone in the northern madison county area wants to buy it for pet consumption only. Not gonna buy the equipment to milk them unless I have enough interest in buying it. They will be totally grass fed and we’ll babied and taken care of. Not gonna get over my head because this is a hobby for me. So if interested let me know. My email is jordon_jones2003@yahoo.com or text me at 9316257224.

  9. For anyone living in the Huntsville area, just drop by one of the farmers markets. The same vendors are at each market. Tuesday is the Green Street Market; Thursday, the Latham Market (Latham United Methodist Church); and Saturday, the Madison City Farmers Market.

    Enjoy!

  10. I have a grass feed jersey that I hand milk. I live in East Cullman.Would like to find someone to share milk with.

      • THE MILK WAS FREE I JUST DID NOT WANT TO POUR IT OUT. I HAVE TWO FAMILIES TAKING THE MILK RIGHT NOW. IF I HAVE ANOTHER COW CALVE I WILL CONTACT YOU THANKS

    • I would be interested in buying your cow’s milk if still available. We have been driving to Boaz. Cullman would be about the same distance. Our dairy farmer’s cow is not producing at this time. My # is 205-836-0802 or 205-681-1154. Thanks, Cindy

      • I am in the Huntsville area and I have raw milk for sale for pet consumption only. I am licensed by the state to sell pet milk. If interested contact me at 9316257224. Or look me up on Facebook at Dusty J Farms. If I can be of assistance please let me know.

  11. People near Huntsville…there’s a popular farm/store in a small town above Athens near the TN line that was in the newspaper last year & specializes in chevre cheese, etc….am sure you can Google for the name of it & the town. Not sure if it’s raw, etc., but think they have a website, & it should have more info…

    People near the AL coast…the big new feed store on 59 just south of 98 had raw milk for sale around 2012. I don’t know if it was pasteurized/grass fed etc. Was labeled for pets, so I never bought any because I didn’t know better…doggone it! Again, Google for store name/info.

    And someone mentioned Everman’s store in downtown Pensacola. We used to buy goat milk there for my younger son who loved it. (It tasted awful to me). Later a neighbor gave us fresh goat milk, & up through day three it tasted identical to cow milk, probably not as creamy (& more like store milk). Day four it tasted like how a goat smells…like store-bought goat milk always tastes to me :0…so buy fresh if you can :).

    Sweet Home Cheese Farm, off of 98, between Foley & Pensacola, was also mentioned… it’s tiny but VERY popular…kind of a “prep place” to visit…lotsa magazine reviews, tourists, etc., but not crowded. Limited hours back then, not sure about now. The owners were very nice. We loved their Garlic Gouda best. It’s a farm store. The chicken pen was close-by (they roamed free later before beddy-bye time), was clean, & their hen house was the cutest thing I’ve ever seen…like a little Dutch girl’s playhouse…I loved it & studied it intensely to one day make mine similar to it…50 chickens later?…nope, didn’t happen…made a quick/cheap “redneck version”!!

    Wanted to say THANK YOU!!! This website/list is AMAZING!! Found it via Google. Was here several years ago (referred by a friend) but don’t remember seeing this list or I’d searched sooner! 🙂

    I’m reading more & more about states all over allowing the direct sale of farm milk again. Hope it happens in AL. Meanwhile, happy to be so close to a dairy farm here…actually several, discovered through this site today. Can’t WAIT to go get my RAW MILK! 🙂

    Also thankful for safeguards on food, etc., and not into a lot of the debate, but seems like it’s too often made to discourage people from owning/living off of the land/providing for themselves. I always say, “Whoever feeds you, owns you”…even though nowadays it’s shifting to more and more younger people wanting to have drugs/their meds than eat. Huummm…meds in food…meds in people…pharmaceutical companies feeding meds…(whoever feeds you…)

  12. Please advise source(s) for raw goats and cows milk along with related, non-processed, nutrient-dense, real food sources in the SE Alabama area (Enterprise, Dothan, etc.). Thank you.

  13. I live in fairhope,al and I am extremely excited to find this website.
    I have am auto immune disease and many foods, processed especially cause inflammation. I am going to try raw goats… but really wanted to find raw cows milk close to fairhope,mobile,daphne, or bay Minette , alabama.
    I also would be so excited and appreciative if anyone could tell me if there are any places to buy grass fed beef..pork..
    I know it’s expensive, but my health and my family’s health is wor th it.
    251.288.0057
    erinracejesse@gmail.com

  14. there are several in South Alabama. All you have to do is put in cows milk or goats milk And search on Craigslist and you can pull them up Good luck

  15. Recently moved from MI and I am looking for a raw (cow) milk farmer. We are located in Gulf Shores and willing to travel up to 1 hour for milk. Thank you.

  16. Looking for raw milk in Montgomery/Auburn area. Also travel to Huntsville often so anywhere in alabama! We need to change the way we eat!!

  17. I live in the Dothan, Alabama area & am looking for somewhere in this area to get raw goat’s milk for pet consumption. If there are any resources in this area please contact me at address above.

  18. I would like to share childhood memories of drinking raw milk, eating fresh butter and on occasion having home made ice cream from raw milk.I also loved the fresh eggs we had.
    I have the fondest memories of those days, now when I purchase milk and eggs I long for
    the ones from childhood, sixty plus years ago.PS even as a kid I loved the fresh buttermilk too!!!

    Thanks to all for this information!
    Real Milk lover
    Larry

    • I am in the Mobile, AL area and am looking to get raw cows milk within a 30 minute driving distance. I am new to buying raw (for my pets of course) and would like to know
      How much raw milk is by the gallon
      How long it will remain good for in the refrigerator
      Where to pick it up within 30 minutes
      Please email me if you are selling raw milk or know of any raw milk suppliers in the area.
      Harleighjosmommy@gmail.com
      I am also interested in buying 100%grassffed beef, and free range eggs.
      Thank you

  19. I live near i20 exit 5 al/ga line.looking for real milk, and beef close. Have only seen places at least 2 hours away.

  20. I live in Huntsville and you can purchase raw cow’s milk for pet consumption / kefir at the Green Street Market at Nativity on Thursdays May thru October.

  21. The Working Cows Dairy of Slocumb Alabama, which is included in the list of sources above, produces certified organic milk and cream from 100% grass fed cows that is not homogenized and is pasteurized at low temperatures. The milk is sold in 11 different stores in the Birmingham area according to the list on their website. I have found that milk to be better (has more cream) than the raw milk “for pet consumption” sold near where I live.

    • Webmaster note: I am adding this comment from Sally Fallon Morell to the comments I can find that discuss low temperature pasteurization (in other words her reply is not in direct response to your comment–it’s to an email I received, but I thought it would be informative and so wanted to share):

      Sally Fallon Morell note: “Low temperature pasteurization” is just old fashioned pasteurization, heating the milk to 160 degrees. This is enough to destroy all or most of the enzymes. It might be better than the modern UHT pasteurization, which heats to 230 degrees and totally wipes out anything benefits in the milk, but it is still pasteurization. –Sally

  22. I live in Hamilton, Alabama, and would love to be able to obtain real milk near where I am, but also would drive just to be able to get it again. Will drive an hour or so, but would love to get it closer as we are homeschooing family of 5 as well as pastor a church. Not sure how cow shares work, but if that means I rent a cow for a year, would gladly do that to have good milk for my family!

  23. We sell raw cow and goat milk for pet consumption. We sell grass fed beef, pasture raised pork, free range chickens and eggs, grass fed lamb, and all naturally grown vegetables. We also have a food coop in Birmingham that comes to our farm one day a week to pick up orders. If interested call for details 205 429 3834.

    • Terry what days are you in Birmingham? I live in southeast Blount county. I have a friend who is looking for raw cow milk.

  24. Hi, Is there anyone out there selling range free and organically raised eggs (does not need to be certified) near the Birmingham or Leeds, AL area? Also is there anyone selling raw goat milk that is mostly raised on pasture and organically as well? I am currently buying the raw goat’s milk, raw goat cheese, and raw cow cream from an Amish family in Pennsylvania (shipped to my family) and it is good, but it would be nice to be able to support the local farmers.

    Thanks,

    Michele

  25. we have raw goat milk,raw cow milk,grass fed grass beef pasture raised pork grass fed lamb free range chickens fresh eggs we live 45 minutes south of Huntsville phone 205 429 3834

  26. Looking for someone who has raw goat’s milk near Trussville Alabama. Will drive across state if necessary. My wife needs to make a yogurt from raw goat’s milk for a health condition she has. Please let me know if you have or know of someone who has it. Would be much appreciated.

    Keith Schaffert
    205-914-0173

  27. I decided to post something for my milk under the state of MS. Although I produce this milk for my table, the sale of cow’s milk is prohibited for human consumption in the state of MS. I can’t offer my product to anyone who expresses to me that they want it for themselves or another person. I can, however, offer my milk as a whole and natural animal feed. I am located in North MS, about 80 miles southeast of Memphis and an hour or so from the Alabama state line. You may contact me directly at 901 361 2041 if you are interested.

  28. My parents love in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, and has osteoporosis. How far are you from Hattiesburg? I would love for him to get milk from you.

    Lisha Kolb
    205-249-9058

  29. I live in Mississippi, maybe 60 miles west on Hwy 78, which is what Hwy 4 becomes. I milk my Jersey girl twice a day, and I dont know what to do with all of this rich good stuff. I can only think to get another bottle calf to help out so I don’t have to waste it, and it makes me so sick to think about dumping it. I dread thinking about the repercussions of doing something against the law, but I sure wish I could supply some sick people with my milk. It just tugs at my heart reading all these posts of people with loved ones who have found that raw milk aids their conditions.

    • If you have enough milk regularly you may want to set yourself up as a regular source and have a listing on this site. If your supply is irregular you can do what I suppose many folks who have a cow do, and give away your occasional excess to friends and neighbors. The more people who milk cows the more we can ensure there is a supply available for everyone who needs it.

    • Sarah,
      I live in New Orleans, LA and I’m looking for a raw milk source close enough for a day’s drive. All I have found in Mississippi so far is goat’s milk, but I’m looking for cow’s milk. If you could please call me or email me, maybe we could work something out. My email address is neanram@yahoo.com and my cell number is 504-615-9841.
      Thank you,
      Jeannine

  30. I am also looking for raw, grass fed cow’s milk anywhere close to Birmingham, Alabama. I am willing to travel up to 45 minutes one way. Please let me know if you know of anyone selling it.

    Lisha Kolb

  31. We are new to Calhoun County. Are there any dairys in the area to purchase raw milk from? Also, are the benefits to low-heat pasteurized milk the same is raw milk? Wright’s Dairy has pasteurized milk.

  32. you can always pray if you are a christian and have trusted Jesus as your Lord and Savior..pray God’s word Proverbs 27:27
    “You shall have enough goats’ milk for your food, For the food of your household, And the nourishment of your maidservants.” I have prayed this the past 9 years and have lived in five different states and God has always been faithful to His word and provided for me and He will do it for you too.

    • Jennifer, In response to your comment, You need to also pray for yourself and family and friends that are stupid enough to drink raw milk that they don’t die a horrible slow painful death from contracting E-Coli from that raw milk you are blindly promoting.
      Do the research on all the cases of E-Coli and other diseases linked to raw milk. Is it really worth the risk? Milk is for baby cows, not for human consumption. E-Coli lives perfectly fine in their body not ours. Sincerely, Jose

      • We have a lot of articles under “Key Documents” that address the relative risk of foodborne illness from drinking raw milk vs. other foods. The risk is very low. CDC data shows that most other foods they track are higher risk.

      • Jose, YOU are the ignorant one! Why don’t you inform yourself and stop being a rude, loudmouth who obviously doesn’t know what you are saying! She did not ask for your nastiness. You should behave yourself. Raw milk is amazing and you should try it before you spew meanness. (Jennifer, your prayer worked for us. Thank you for that scripture!)

  33. I live in Birmingham and have been buying raw milk weekly from a dear man in the Cullman area for the past 8 months, but sadly, he is retiring. Is there anyone in the Decatur/Priceville/Falkville/Vinemont/Cullman area who is able to sell me 5 gallons of Jersey milk a week? I drive this direction on Sundays. Thank you!

    • Susan, I also live in the Birmingham area and I looking for raw cow’s milk to treat osteoporosis. The closest place I can find is 1 1/2 hours away. If you have heard of someone closer who sells it, maybe we could take turns picking it up.

      Lisha

  34. I need raw safe milk for puppies and other animals. please contact with info in order to purchase. Thank you very much. Gordon

  35. Okay, I am new to this. Even though most of these listings in Alabama say “for pet/animal consumption” it’s still the real raw milk Imwould drink, right? Thanks!

    • In states where sale is legal “for animal consumption only,” many people buy the milk to drink themselves. I am not aware of any difference in how it is handled. Do not ask the farmer about drinking it yourself however. In states where “for animal consumption only” is the law, the farmer can get in trouble for talking to you about it for human consumption. Of course, humans are animals…

      • I HAVE A JERSEY MILK COW AND HAVE EXTRA MILK FROM TIME TO TIME. I CANNOT SELL IT DUE TO ITS NOT WORTH FIGHTING THE LEGAL SYSTEM. WISH I COULD I KNOW THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF RAW MILK. I AM IN THE HUNTSVILLE AREA.

        • Is your cow exclusively Grassfed? Can you email me? I have a need for real, raw milk to make yogurt and whey to help my son heal. We just moved to Huntsville.

        • I am looking for raw cow milk to help my pet dog who is following the GAPS diet, if you know what I mean. I tried raw goat milk and made it into kefir twice, but it tastes terrible, even though online people say it should be more smooth and creamy than cow’s milk. I think the goat milk is just more fragile and just a pain to work with, Can you help?

          • can you tell me where you found the goat milk. I also follow GAPS but can’t tolerate cow milk

          • I have raised Nigerian Dwarf milk goats and enjoyed their sweet milk with a 9% butterfat content. The ONLY way goat milk taste “bad” is when the bucks are allowed to be in close contact with the does. We kept ours a good distance from each other and never had milk that had a bad taste. Goat milk will taste like a buck in rut smells, which is pretty awful if the goats are not separated.

  36. I live in Huntsville, Al and would like to know where is the closest farm that sells raw milk for pet consumption. Thank you.

    • Whole Foods, Earth Fare and other local “fresh, real food” mentality markets should have raw cheeses and grass fed meat. Stores don’t/can’t sell raw milk. Although, I really wish they would—even if they labeled the containers “Not for human consumption” and then we could do with it as we please after buying it. 🙂

        • Earth Fare no longer carries it. (Montgomery) “Healthwise” on the Atlanta Hwy carry it , as does Fresh Market, and the new “Whole Foods” will be carrying it. They generally deliver on Tuesdays to Montgomery.

          • Any idea when Whole Foods will be open in Montgomery? I went by Earth Fare just the other day and they had shut down, or did they just move?

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      • TRADER JOES has a raw cheddar cheese that we have used for years. In AL we can only find one in Birmingham:
        205 Summit Blvd ste 100, Birmingham, AL 35243

        We would stock up and freeze it, and use it over a few months time.

    • You cannot buy RAW cows/goat milk at ANY store in Alabama. It is Against the Law to sell RAW milk in Alabama, except for the consumption by pets/animals. You can obtain it directly from farmers, for pet consumption, but it is Illegal for stores to sell RAW milk products. It is important to ascertain that the farmer sticks to ORGANIC grasslands & suppleents feed, or it is useless to buy RAW milk.

  37. Thank you for giving an informative list of raw milk products. I didn’t even know about raw milk until recently watched this documentary on Netflix called “Farmageddon”
    it was disturbing to find out about the raids of these farms for selling a milk because the federal government seems to think that making real natural food is an awful thing. So thank you for informing the people with your website!

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