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  1. RAW MILK POLICY STATEMENT: The Weston A. Price Foundation’s goals include promoting a healthy diet for people everywhere, based on natural and traditional foods, and assisting individuals and families in accessing those foods through information, education, and helping to restore the direct relationship between food consumers and food producers. The Foundation believes, based on sound scientific evidence, that raw milk is an important component of a healthy diet. To assist its members and the public in obtaining raw milk, the Foundation publishes a list of farms that produce it, because this information is not otherwise readily and comprehensively available to consumers. Listing of a farm does not imply endorsement by the Foundation. Individuals who purchase raw milk and other natural foods for themselves and their families need to “know their farmer” because they bear the responsibility for ensuring that they are getting safe and healthy products.
  2. NO ADVERTISING: The Foundation accepts no money for the listings; the listings are not advertisements. All listings are at the sole discretion of the Weston A. Price Foundation.
  3. NO MARKETING: The email addresses listed here are not to be used for any purpose other than to contact the farmers regarding the availability of their products. Use of the listed email addresses for marketing or other such purposes is strictly prohibited.
  4. RAW MILK CONSUMERS PLEASE NOTE: This list of raw milk sources probably represents only a portion of the raw milk producers in your state. For additional raw milk sources, contact your local Weston A. Price Foundation Chapter Leader.
  5. RAW MILK PRODUCERS PLEASE NOTE: The FDA and State Agencies have discovered this list and sometimes use it for their own purposes, so exercise caution with your listing. If you choose not to have a listing, make sure your local WAPF Chapter Leader has your name for referrals.
  6. USDA, FDA and STATE AG AGENCIES PLEASE NOTE: Raw milk is Nature’s perfect food and is extremely important for the developing brains and nervous systems of infants and children. Furthermore, in many children not fortunate enough to have started life on raw milk, raw milk given later in childhood has improved autism, behavior problems, frequent infections, deafness, asthma and allergies and other serious health conditions. Please bear in mind that any move you make to stop or hinder a raw dairy operation will actually HARM, not help the infants and children who rely on that milk, and may make it difficult for all children to obtain this milk in the future–including your own children and grandchildren. An interruption in supply can be VERY detrimental to a growing infant or sick child who has no other options. Read for yourself on our Testimonials page. If you are concerned about safety, rest assured. In the farm-to-consumer distribution model, the farmer receives timely and relevant feedback directly from the customers, something that farmers selling bulk milk never receive. Raw milk is actually the safest food around with so much consumer oversight and also with an extremely efficient built-in anti-pathogen mechanism! If you are concerned about rules, then consider investing the same amount of time you’d spend persecuting a raw milk farmer into advocating for supportive raw milk legislation.
  7. LISTING SOURCES: The listings here are provided by people who discover sources of real milk in their communities and tell us about them. If you discover a listed supplier is no longer providing real milk, please tell us about it by following the instructions on the Add, Update, or Remove a Listing page. We trust our members and consumers to check out each farm to make sure it is clean and that the cows are mostly pasture fed.

Sources of real milk and real milk products in Colorado:


  • Grass-Fed Butter Farm: Amish Family Farm in Lancaster County, PA, offers 100 percent raw butter from their grassfed Jersey cows. The butter is free of chemicals, pesticides, and any other drugs, and is made directly on the farm. They can ship nationwide and directly to your door within 1-3 days. They have A2/A2 butter available. Feel free to email with questions:

Adams County:

  • Brighton: Johnson’s Acres, located at Highway 7 and I-25. Contact Kenny. Phone:  303-452-8043, email:, web: They provide raw milk through a cowshare program, eggs, cream, and whey. Sometimes they have grassfed beef and raw honey. Delivery to 11 locations in the Denver area. Cows have access to pasture year-round. Visit their website for more information.

Arapahoe County:

  • Byers:
    • Ebert Family Farm, 10800 Horrogate Road, Kres and Julie Ebert, phone: 303-822-5544, email:, web:, 60 minutes northeast of central Denver. Raw milk shares from a Jersey herd, grassfed buffalo and beef, natural pork, pastured chicken, eggs, honey, raw cheese, and raw butter. Delivers to Aurora, Boulder, Castle Rock, Conifer, Denver (north), Fort Collins, Highlands Ranch, Lakewood, Longmont, Loveland, Niwot, Northfield, Parker, Strasburg, Wheatridge.
    • Prairie Promise Farm, Tatiana Macduff, 4195 Vindale Lane Byers, CO 80103, phone: 303-822-6926, email: Lamb and Chevon (goat meat), raw goat milk, cheese and dairy products, goat milk soap. Also available: raw wool, eggs, poultry, honey, produce, canned and baked goods.  Classes, farm stays, and internships by appointment.
    • Steve and Kristy Gilmor and family located at 2801 Xmore Rd Byers, CO 80103. For more information contact by email or phone 303-822-6727. They are milking Brown Swiss/Jersey, Holstein/Jersey and Registered Jersey cows. Cows are fed straight alfalfa with no hormones or antibiotics. They offer pick up points in Watkins and the Englewood area and also early mornings along I-225.
  • Strasburg: Dougan Farm LLC, 5062 S CR 157, Sharron Dougan, phone: 303-622-9772 or 303-870-1247. Located 40 minutes east of the Denver area. Offer raw goat milk shares, garden vegatables, eggs, yogurt. Expanding to include farm raised lamb, goat, beef, and rabbit. A Farm Fresh Natural Choice.

Baca County:

  • Springfield: H Diamond Farms, Rachel Harmon, 34083 County Rd. 21 Springfield, CO 81073, phone: 719-523-3187, email:, H Diamond Farms runs a small herd of Saanen and Nubian does. They produce milk year-round. Their goats are bred to be healthy and require very little medical intervention on their part. They offer herdshares and kids for sale. They also have fresh eggs available.

Boulder County:

  • Longmont: Ida’s Mini Milk Cows, Ida Hall, phone: 303-775-3359, email:, web: Miniature jersey and miniature jersey cross cows. Grass hay, small amount of alfalfa, grain while milking. A2/A2 milk available.e

Chaffee County:

  • Salida: Mountain Goat Lodge, Gina & Darcy Marcell, 9582 US Hwy. 285 Salida, CO 81201, phone: 719-539-7173, email:, web: Dairy goats, offering Oberhasli Goat Herd shares, Oberhasli kids for sale, stud service, raw milk via goatshare program, yogurt, buttermilk, kefir, cheese making classes, goat husbandry classes, chicken care classes. Small closed herd is fed locally produced hay and alfalfa, small amounts of sack grain and loose minerals. Customers may call or email to arrange tour of farm, farm stay, bed and breakfast reservations and goatshare purchases.

Delta County:

  • Delta: Four TS Ranch, 4491 2300 Road, phone: 970-874-8323, email: Raw whole cow and goat milk sold on a share program only.
  • Hotchkiss: Cedar Springs Farm, Jake and Meghan Takiff, 14251 Rapid Creek Rd. Hotchkiss, CO 81419, phone: 970-778-1609, email:, Web: Instagram @cedarspringsfarm.
    Cedar Springs Farm offers raw milk and butter from their herd of 100 percent grassfed A2/A2 Jersey cows. The cows are rotationally grazed over 40 acres of pasture and forest, and drink spring water directly from the source. The cows are never fed grain or given antibiotics or hormones. In the winter the herd is fed locally produced hay and alfalfa from fields that are never sprayed with chemicals.
  • Paonia:
    • Bella Farm,Offers raw milk shares from their herd of organic/biodynamic Brown Swiss cows. 100 percent grassfed diet, pasture rotation, and holistic management create the highest quality milk. They are also a complete diversified farm with fruit and nut orchards, gardens and greenhouses, and chickens, ducks, pigs, and sheep. Alison and Adam Klaus, 970-527-5703.
    • Rancho del Gallo Farm, Caren von Gontard, PO Box 30 Paonia, CO 81428, phone: 970-527-5200, email:, web: Rancho del Gallo Dairy runs A2 Jersey Cows, managed using the Trinium Method of agriculture, which is based on biodynamics but taken to a new level of efficacy and potency through the use of homeopathy. Cows are all grassfed and their hay is produced in pastures onsite, managed with Trinium methods. Their barns and creamery are built using sacred geometry and homeopathic products in the paint and plaster, all to enhance the vitality of the cows, the workers, and the milk. They sell raw milk cow shares, butter, cream, yogurt, cheese. Their website has information and links about the Trinium method.

Denver County:

  • Denver: Fetchin Farms, 7650 West 10th Avenue Denver, CO 80214 email (preferred) :, phone: 303-241-8751. Fetchin Farms has shares available. They have been in business since 2008 and have LaMancha and Alpine goats. They milk year-round and pick up is conveniently located in Denver. Their herd uses fresh hay and non-GMO organic, soy-free, corn free feed. Their herd is antibiotic-free and they use herbs and homeopathy as a first line of defense against illness. Fetchin Farms also offers classes on goat husbandry and milking; they offer goats for grazing as well. They only sell milk shares (no products). Contact Jill Sobel for more information and a tour – milk shares are popular and availability is limited.

Douglas County:

  • Castle Rock:
    • Castle Rock/Parker, Eben Acres, Levi and Amy Eben, 9322 E. Pioneer Dr. Parker, CO 80138, phone: 303-688-0117, email: This generational family farm operates with holistic principles, raising purebred Nubian dairy goats on organic, non-GMO, soy-free grains. No hormones, no steroids, and no chemicals. Animals browse on eight acres of Colorado pasture, supplemented by free choice alfalfa hay during winter months. Does are hand milked in a low-stress environment This small family farm also offers free range eggs from chickens consuming soy and corn-free grain in addition to ranging on natural surroundings. Eggs are $5/dozen. All animals are provided with clean water and appropriate shelter. Raw milk is available through a herdsharing program. A one-time membership fee of $30 includes a ranch tour, so the shareholders can witness the herd management and milk processing procedures. The monthly boarding fees cover your portion of a goat and the milking service. The boarding fee is based on how much milk you are receiving each week: one share: one gallon/week $60/month; half-share: one half-gallon/week $30/mo.
    • JNP Ranch, Keith Penry, 6245 Lake Gulch Rd., phone: 303-877-2276, email:, web: They specialize in Jersey Cow, A2/A2, raw, grassfed milk, as well as pastured eggs, and grassfed lamb. Their dairy is 100 percent grassfed. Herdshares available with pickup in Castle Rock or at the ranch weekly. Please contact them for more information.
    • Castle Rock/Larkspur/Monument, Legacy Family Dairy, email:, web: A generational, small family dairy ranch, located in central Larkspur, CO, just off of the Greenland exit. Legacy Family Dairy has been servicing their local community since 2006, they provide herdshares for raw milk from their Nubian goats and Jersey cows, as well as selling farm fresh eggs, raw local honey, goat milk soaps and lotions, conducting ranch camps, ranch tours  and educational workshops. No hormones, No chemicals, GMO-free. Please contact Suzanne and Dwight.
    • Castle Rock/Littleton/Sedalia, Deanna Meyer, 1680 N. Hwy 67 (nine miles west of Sedalia), phone: 303-814-6919, email: This small family farm specializes in goat milk from their herd of Nubian and Saanen goats that are pasture raised and fed alfalfa pellets while milking. Their goats are fed only natural grass products and do not get grains. Raw milk is available through a herdshare program with pickup at the farm or in Sedalia on a weekly basis. Both whole and half shares are offered. Bell Meadow also sells organically raised pastured eggs and produce with seasonal availability.
    • Sedalia: Pine Creek Products LLC, Dawn Brower, phone: 720-877-1795, email:, web: Pine Creek Products LLC raises Alpine dairy goats as well as free range chickens and ducks. All of their goats are supplemented with organic loose minerals as they rotate 35 acres of pine forest. When the goats are fed during milking season they are given organic alfalfa pellets and black oil sunflower seeds. The goats are hay fed during the winter months with an alfalfa and grass mix with no pesticides. The herd is tested yearly with negative results for CAE, CL, brucillosis, and Johnes. Pine Creek Products LLC hand milks their does in a milking room once a day and allows the goat kids to be dam raised. Raw goat milk is filtered using a milk filter and chilled in a ice bath. Chevre of many different flavors is made with any overabundance of milk. Fresh kefir is also made using their raw goats milk.

Elbert County:

  • Elbert:
    • The Goatie Girls, Mark and Michelle Smith, 23851 CR 61, Elbert, CO 80106. Phone: 720-318-2763, email: Raw goat milk from pastured goats. They also have free range eggs, natural chicken, and grassfed beef. Fed all-organic grain (soy, corn and GMO-free). Hydroponic system for growing sprouted barley so the goats, chickens, cows and horses are on live greens year around. Delivery to Parker, Castle Rock, and Denver. Visit their website for more
    • Green Valley Ranch, 10565 El Paso Countyline Rd. Elbert, CO, phone: 719-495-2521, email: Sweet Meadowfed goat milk. This is a raw product, fresh or frozen.
  • Elizabeth: The Ranch at Li’l Promised Land LLC, Alicia Perez, Sun Country Meadows, Elizabeth, CO 80107. phone: 303-574-1274, email:, web:, Facebook: LPLRanch. The farm is located 20 miles east of Parker, 18 miles SE of Smoky Hill & E-470 in Aurora, 45 minutes from I-25 anywhere between the Castle Rock exits and Lincoln Ave near Park Meadows. They raise Nubian and LaMancha dairy goats for milk and Kiko goats for pasture fed goat meat (chevon). Raw goat milk is available through a herdshare program. Other products that may be available include: cheese and other milk products, chicken eggs, duck eggs, pasture fed goat meat and live goats, live Muscovy ducks and duck meat, raw honey and garden vegetables. More information can be found on their website.

El Paso County:

  • CalhanHi Plains Dairy 4655 Calhan Highway Calhan, CO (30 miles east of Colorado Springs), Herd of registered Alpine, Saanen, and Nubian goats are nurtured on 40 acres of pasture grasses, tested well water, and 100 percent Certified Organic hay to produce high quality raw goat milk. A share program is available. Contact owners Angela or Jim Smith at 719-478-2581, 719-499-7273 or email:
  • Colorado Springs:
    • Hi Plains Dairy (30 miles east of Colorado Springs, CO) Contact Jim or Angela Smith, phone: 719-478-2581 or 719-499-7273, email: web: They offer raw milk from cows and goats (registered Alpine, Saanen, and Nubian). Animals are on 40 acres of organic pasture grasses, tested well water, and 100 percent Certified Organic hay.
    • Florence/Canon City/Colorado SpringsEngebretsen Dairy Goats, Karen Engebretsen, phone: 719-291-8452, email:,
 Facebook: engebretsendairygoats. Engebretsen Dairy Goats is home to Alpine, Nubian, and Saanen dairy goats. Their small herd of goats are kept on a mixture of native browse and alfalfa hay. Goat herdshares can be picked up at the farm, but delivery to Florence, Canon City, and Colorado Springs is available. Herdshare members always welcome to visit the farm by appointment. Interested parties please call to schedule a tour. Herdshares are limited so that members receive milk throughout the calendar year. $40 buy-in (one time), $40/month board entitles herdshare member to one gallon of milk per week.
  • Northern Colorado Springs, Monument, Fountain, Pueblo, and Ellicott: Kurtis Ketchum, email: He has Jerseys, and Ayrshires. Located 10 minutes south of Fountain, CO, serving Northern Colorado Springs, Monument, Fountain, Pueblo, and Ellicott. The address is The Family Farm 8790 Birdsall Road Fountain, CO 80817. No hormones. Please contact for more information or farm tours. Shares are currently available.

Fremont County:

  • Florence/Canon City: Jersey Girls Raw Milk Dairy/Cowshare. Mike Foulk owner/operator. Fresh raw milk from Jersey Cows, fresh cream, natural pork, pastured chickens and eggs, raw cultured butter. Email: Contact Mike at 719-784-4024.
  • Howard: Buttercup Farms, 6879 CR 45 Howard, CO 81233, phone: 719-966-2237, email: Buttercup Farms is a raw milk dairy in Howard, CO, serving the central Colorado Rockies including the communities of Salida, Buena Vista, FairPlay, Breckenridge, Silverthorne, Edwards, Eagle and Leadville. Raw milk cowshares are available through a contractual relationship with Buttercup Farms. Membership in the dairy is a one-time nonrefundable fee of $25. Then you pay a monthly share fee of $30 for a half share or $60 for a whole share. A whole share is equivalent to one gallon per week. All milk is bottled in glass jars which must be cleaned and recycled back to the dairy on a regular basis. Milk containers are then sterilized before the following bottling. An annual jar fee (once a year) of $10/share is required to offset lost, broken or otherwise unreturned jars. The dairy is a small herd of purebred Jerseys that are grassfed on a three-acre parcel; they are supplemented with alfalfa hay throughout the year. Grain is not part of their diet. Chickens raised on pasture provide organically produced eggs. They also offer organic vegetables, fruit and healthy sources of beef, lamb, pork, and chicken. Call or email David for more information.
  • Penrose/Canon City/Colorado Springs/Florence/Pueblo: Cloud 9 Farms, Kelly and Abi Criswell. phone: 719-505-9574, email:; web:; Facebook: Cloud-9-Farms. They offer raw milk cowshares from their Brown Swiss/Jersey herd, beyond organic eggs, free ranged meat chicken shares, grassfed lamb from Katahdin and Royal White sheep, pastured Royal Palm and Narragansett turkeys and pork from Kune Kune pigs. All animals are rotated through irrigated organic pastures. Farm tours are encouraged. Please contact them via their website.

Garfield County:

  • Carbondale: Sustainable Settings (a working ranch and whole systems learning center), 6107 Highway 133 Carbondale, CO 81623. Brook & Rose LeVan co-founders and directors, email:, phone: 970-963-6107, web: At Sustainable Settings Ranch they milk 15 cows from a biodynamic A2/A2 100 percent grassfed on-rotation herd of 35 Guernsey-Jersey cattle. They offer cowshares for 100 or so families within 35 miles and provide dairy beef, lamb, pork, poultry, vegetable CSA, eggs, and medical herbs to the region. All ruminants are on no till “mountain meadow” pasture consisting of diversified grasses, legumes and broad leafs. They graze in rotation on paddock in a management intensive grazing system on 90-acres of high altitude irrigated pastures and are fed hay from the same ground in winter. All livestock are offered free choice certified organic minerals. Cows have horns there. This is a customer-inspected, raw biodynamic operation and uses no chemicals or pharmaceuticals. Stop by their “Island of Health” if you’re near.
  • Rifle:
    • Houston Mountain Ranch, Kirk and Pat Dotson, 5473 County Road 320 Rifle, CO 81650, phone: 970-440-7154, email: A2/A2 Jersey and Guernsey cows are all free-range and grassfed on a third-generation homestead. In winter cows are fed grass hay grown by local ranchers who do not use pesticides or herbicides on their fields for cuttings, and organic, non-GMO dairy supplemental feed during milking or when necessary for health. They have fresh spring water running year-round through the herd’s pasture that has been tested clean and free of dangerous bacteria or other contamination. Herdshares are available for $10 each (paid once). An agistment fee of $13.50/week includes one gallon of raw cream-line milk per week. Additional services to herdshare owners include additional dairy products of raw butter, cream, yogurt, sour cream, buttermilk, cheese and kefir. On-site Ranch Market is open daily, offering a large viewing area of daily milking. Products for sale include their grassfed Angus beef, Yorkshire pork, and poultry. Also offers pantry items such as Himalayan sea salts, Vermont grade B organic maple syrup and sugar, organic coffee, fresh ground organic non-GMO certified flours, raw honey and therapeutic grade essential oils by DoTerra as well as Dead Sea salts, epsom salts, organic body butters, and makeup. They also have farm-fresh organic, non-GMO fed, free range chicken eggs on a daily basis. Members of WAPF, FTCLDF, registered with Colorado’s Dept. of Public Health & Environment, and milk is tested daily onsite and by CSU Lab regularly. Call to schedule a tour of their homestead or for more information.
    • Sawgna Farms: Andrea Brewer, Located between Glenwood Springs and Grand Junction, 4450 County Road 320 Rifle, CO 81650, phone: 970-625-4744; email: Raise Nigerian Dwarf goats, herd is CAE and CL free. Family hobby farm, in it for the lifestyle! Farm eggs, goat milk, goat milk soap and lotions, goat cheese, Pigs raised as well. They offer fresh raw goat milk via a herdshare program, farm fresh eggs in an array of colors, and in-season garden veggies.
  • Silt:
    • Green Pastures Country Farm, Kevin & Gina Long, 129 Larkspur Ct. Silt, CO 81652, phone: 970-618-7237 email:, web: Facebook: greenpasturescountryfarm. Jersey dairy cows, $25 herdshare buy-in (one-time), and $12 per week for a gallon of raw A2/A2 milk. Also offer Angus beef, organic and pastured chicken and eggs, raw honey. $9 hanging weight Angus beef, $6 pp fryers, $6 per dozen eggs, $25 for 15 oz. of raw clover honey in the comb. Farm hours: 7 am – 7 pm. Tours available by appointment. Silt and New Castle farmers markets. Pick-up only at the farm.
    • Milk Creek Creamery, Alex and Kristi Johnson, 5813 County Road 322 Silt, CO 81652, phone: 970-629-8176, email:, Facebook: Milk Creek Creamery. Raw Grass fed jersey milk. Cream top milk. Pick up available in Silt Colorado or Glenwood springs Colorado. Raw milk, cream, butter, yogurt and kefir available. Contact us for pricing.

Gunnison County:

  • Gunnison: Parker Pastures, Bill and Kelli Parker, email:, phone: 970-641-3710, web: Grassfed dairy offering raw milk herdshares. Members of the Raw Milk Association of Colorado. They also offer 100 percent grassfed beef, pastured pork, 100 percent grassfed lamb, and pasture-raised eggs. Though not Certified Organic, they strive to go above and beyond organic principles. Use of the holistic management model, short-duration, high-intensity grazing followed by long recovery times for the plants is proving to improve degraded landscapes, build soil, and sequester carbon. Animals are humanely raised within family groups on pasture with clean mountain water. Find them at Crested Butte farmers markets.

La Plata County:

  • Durango: James Ranch Artisan Cheese, Dan James – cheesemaker. 33304 Hwy. 550 Durango, CO 81301, phone: 970-385-9143, web:, email: Selling aged cheeses made from the raw milk of their own herd of 100 percent grassfed Jersey Cows. Have a herdshare for share owners to obtain raw milk.
  • Hesperus: J & M Dairy, Jim Graham, 3055 CR 129 Hesperus, CO 81326, phone: 970-588-3377, Facebook: J&M Dairy Animals on Facebook They are currently milking between 20 and 40 Nubians, Jerseys, Holstein/jersey crosses and one Guernsey. They feed alfalfa hay and minimal grains while being milking. They offer raw milk shares of goat and cow. They are members of RMAC, WAPF, and FTCLDF. Farm hours: 7 am – 7 pm, available by appointment on weekends. They also offer farm fresh eggs from free range chickens. During the summer, one-day farm classes gives the public the opportunity to experience life on a dairy farm.

Larimer County:

  • BerthoudWiMo Farms, Will and Mo McDonough, 5317 Beverly Drive (just SW of Berthoud), phone: 970-344-0808, email:, web: This small family farm currently milks both Jerseys and Irish Dexters that are fed grass and alfalfa and a dairy ration of non-GMO grain only while being milked. Raw milk is available through a herdshare program and may be picked up directly from the farm in Berthoud or at drop off locations in Longmont and Boulder. Both whole and half shares are offered. The farm also raises sheep for wool and lambs and free-range chickens, turkeys and Muscovy duck for meat and eggs. They welcome any inquiries and love talking about their farm and products.
  • Fort Collins: Taft Hill Dairy, Lugene Sas owner/operator phone 970-224-2591. Raw milk shares, 20+plus years dairy experience. Jersey-Holstein herd, email
  • Loveland: Freedom’s Run Ranch, Cindy, phone: 970-290-5932. Raw goat milk shares. Located in Loveland, CO, with pick up sites in Fort Collins and Loveland. Currently hand milking 8 Lamancha goats with more this spring. They also have goat milk soap, handmade beauty products in-house vibe machine as well as an on-site whole-body approach physical therapist. Meat rabbits will be available soon.

Las Animas County:

  • Trinidad: Capra Collina Ranch, Terry Cronin, Cynthia Cronan, and Yogev Erez, PO Box 138 Trinidad, Colorado 81082, phone: 303-333-2413 or 719-214-6620, email:, Traditional Olde World handmade cheeses from 100 percent range fed goat and sheep milk, available through shares program.

Mesa County:

  • Clifton: Country Tracks Farm phone: 970-216-1650 (Annie) or 970-216-1696 (Leiah), email: Third-generation family-run small farm located in western Colorado. Offers fresh, raw goats milk through a herdshare program. Non-hormone treated herd consisting primarily of Nubian, Kinder and Pygmy goats. Whole and half shares available. Also offering farm fresh eggs, kid goats, rabbits and occasionally lambs and calves.
  • DeBeque/Mesa area: The Empty Glass Farm, Contact: Cindy at 970-260-9353. Located on the Mesa end of the DeBeque cut off. (between mile marker 1 and 2) 13991 45-1/2 Road, DeBeque, CO. They offer raw goat milk via a herdshare program, farm fresh eggs in an array of colors, mild handmade goat milk soap (3-oz. bars) and in season garden veggies.
  • Fruita/Loma: Willmarth Family Farm, Lori and Ralph Willmarth, two miles west of Fruita at 1515 M 3/8 Rd, phone: 970-858-8669, Facebook: willmarthfarm. A2/A2 raw milk and cream from Jersey cows, via cowshares. Fresh eggs and beef also.
  • Grand Junction:
  • Palisade: Peaches and Cream Dairy, new raw milk herdshare program, on the western slope of Colorado at 526 36 Rd. Palisade, CO 81526. For more information contact Heather Kyle by phone: 970-208-7131, or email: They have grassfed milk from A2/A2 Guernseys and sometimes eggs, beef, and pork.

Montezuma County:

  • Cortez:
    • Rocky Ridge Farm, Hannah Usher ,21617 Road C Cortez, CO 81321 phone: 970-529-0449, email:, web:, Facebook: RockyRidgeFarm. Rocky Ridge Farm offers raw A2 milk and milk products from Jersey cows through their herd share. Milk is picked up at the farm or offered at local drop points. Their cows are holistically and organically managed, grass and forage fed, and receive a small amount of non-GMO grain during milking. In addition to milk they offer Mangalitsa and Berkshire pastured pork, Wagyu beef, pastured eggs and poultry, and run a seasonal garden. Email for more information.
    • Wee Hav A No Ranch, Vicki Paxton, 11332 Road 25 Cortez, CO 81321, phone: 970-560-3008. Established dairy in Cortez has raw goat milk available year around from Nubian does. Does are fed organically, and absolutely no hormones are ever used.

Montrose County:

  • Montrose:
    • Milk & Honey Homestead, Tami Boggan, 14231 6000 Rd. Montrose, CO 81403, phone: 970-417-7506, email:, web: Grassfed, raw milk herdshares. This family farm has tested A2/A2 cow milk from sanitary milking and storage environments, using sustainable farm practices. No antibiotics, hormones, GMO grain, or chemical wormers ever used. All natural and organic products used on cows; and hay is grown organically by the owners. Cows graze in rotations on irrigated pasture. Each share costs $40/month for boarding fee, which entitles shareholders to one gallon of cream-line milk weekly. Milk is available year-round with easy self-serve pick up at the farm. Delivery routes are possible. They also offer grassfed beef, milk-fed pork, and in-season garden vegetables and fruit. Member WAPF, FTCLDF, registered with Colorado’s Dept. of Public Health & Environment, milk is tested by TDA Lab regularly. Call for farm tour and tasting.
  • OlatheSwing Shift Farms Sells raw milk dairy products. If you have any questions please visit their website at

Phillips County:

Pueblo County:

  • Boone: Larga Vista Ranch, (serving Colorado Springs and Pueblo) Larga Vista Ranch Dairy, a generational dairy farm for over 90 years, offering Colorado raw milk from grassfed (never grained) Jersey cows through cowshares. Also offering Colorado pasture-raised, free-range pork and Colorado grassfed, grass-finished beef, all raised and finished on irrigated mixed grass/alfalfa pastures. All animals are free roaming all the time. Pasture-raised chickens and eggs available plus vegetables available in season from the farm. In everything they do, they strive to manage beyond the requirements of organic certification programs. Please contact Doug or Kim Wiley at 719-947-0982 or Please visit the website at
  • Pueblo: Zen Dairy Goats, Eric Rovegno, 29350 Hillside Rd. Pueblo, CO 81006, phone: 719-251-0588, email:, web: Goats: Apline, LaMancha, Nubian Cross. Feed: Alfafa, Sweet Grain, Free Choice Minerals. They regularly clean, trim, and scrub any area where the goats sleep, eat and drink. Raw milk is handled with proper sanitation in mind at all times. All milk is chilled in an ice bath to help ensure freshness.

Washington County:

  • AkronSimply Natural Raw Milk Dairy, Devony Bethel 27250 CR 42 Akron, CO, email:, phone: 303-910-6130. A micro-dairy currently milking A2/A2 Jersey and Jersey cross cows only. The animals are pasture fed year-round and are fed an additional natural grass alfalfa hay blend in the winter. They also receive a hormone/antibiotic-free grain mix treat during milking time. Raw milk and yogurt are available through the herdshare program. Current pick up points in Greeley as well as at the Akron farm. Whole and half shares available now. The farm has recently relocated from Berthoud, CO. Additional products include grassfed beef and lamb, free range chicken, pork and eggs. Find them on Facebook.

Weld County:

  • Eaton/Galeton: R Patch O’ Heaven. Third-generation dairy farmers. The six J’s (Jon, Joy, Josh, Justin, Jeremiah and Jodel) at R Patch O’ Heaven tend to the family business in Eaton/Galeton, Colorado. They have converted a portion of their dairy farm to provide grassfed, raw cow and goat milk. They have shares in cow and goat milk available from their farm or available through other shareholders in Loveland or Erie, CO. For more information please contact them by phone or email. 970-454-2375, email:
  • Frederick (near I-25 and CO-52): Homestead on the Trail Farm provides fresh raw goat milk through a goatshare program, eggs, grassfed beef. Contact Vicki at 303-460-8519 or
  • GreeleyCovenant Farms Ltd., Dean & Tami Moser; 14790 CR 64 Greeley, CO 80631; Phone: 970-218-1300; email:, web:, Facebook: covenantfarmsltd. A small homestead farm, focused on sustainability, pasture and natural animal health. Herd is primarily miniature Jerseys. They produce A2/A2 and standard raw milk, and breeding stock for herdshares and those wishing to have their own milk cow. In order to be sustainable, they utilize management intensive grazing to utilize all grass and give the necessary rest. Hay and stockpiled grass is fed during the winter months; cows receive no grain – they are a grass-only farm. The focus is on healthy animals and pasture (no antibiotics/hormones). Vaccination: Bangs only (required for shipping animals). Prices: seasonal herdshare program (milk available April – Nov.): $50/share buy-in; jar deposit: $10. Monthly board for standard cowshare: $45. Monthly board for A2/A2 cowshare: $55. Half shares also available (one Share = 1 gallon milk/week). Directions to farm: Located on the southwest corner of O Street and 59th Avenue in Greeley, CO. Open daily with self pick-up at the Greeley Farm, and at Cresset Farm in North Fort Collins. Farm tours by appointment.

37 thoughts on “Colorado

  1. Dear WAPF and members,
    We just moved to the Alamosa, Colorado, area and would like to locate any sources of organic raw milk, preferably A2A2, if possible. There is no listings for this area. The closest would be Durango. Does anyone know of a place locally to buy? Thank you!

  2. Are there any dairy’s in the northeastern area of the state? I live in Akron and cannot find anything very close at all.

  3. I am super shocked by the cost farmer’s are charging for raw milk in Colorado compared to other states. I wonder is it because it’s not “legal without a share charge”. I lived in Nebraska for a year and was able to find a beautiful holistic farm offering half gallon jars of raw milk for $4.50 period. She did not charge extra to take care of her cows. We were allowed to bring our own mason jars to start without charging additional money. I am moving back to Colorado and very disappointed in the options to purchase raw milk. Truly the prices are ridiculous. Charging $60 a month for 4 half or full gallons is nuts to include a start up fee that ranges around $25 or $35. What is happening???

  4. Ebert Farms, listed under Byers has delivery to:
    Denver (north)
    Fort Collins

  5. Did you ever find raw milk location? I just moved to Fort Collins and am looking for somewhere to purchase some. Thanks.

  6. Try the livestock swaps for fresh eggs, raw milk, etc… from small local farms. There are several in the metro area, like the Denver Swap in the parking lot of Earth Dog Denver at 4th and Kalamath. It is on the first Saturday of each month and runs from 9 am until 11am, I think.

    There is another swap at Wardel’s Feed in Wheat Ridge, as well as one in Brighton; both are on weekends as well, but I can’t remember exact dates or times. If someone isn’t selling, there should be someone who knows someone. The people who sell at the swaps are typically very friendly, honest people that know each other.

    • I found some! they were super nice on the phone. Have 9 different delivery sites you can see on website too.

  7. Did you find one South of Denver? I’ll be moving to Lakewood in a couple of weeks and am looking for a raw milk (cow preferrably) provider. Thanks

  8. Look under the Castle Rock city info…. gives closest to Parker….which is farm in Franktown!! – very close. I’ve also heard about a goat farm in Elizabeth. – haven’t looked it up yet tho!

  9. I’m also looking for raw milk in the Colorado Springs/Woodland Park area. Please let me know if you hear of any source. Also looking for pastured chickens, eggs and beef . Thank you!

    • Colorado Springs: Hi Plains Dairy is located 30 miles east of Colorado Springs, Colorado. They offer raw milk from cows and goats (registered Alpine, Saanen, & Nubian). Animals are on 40 acres of organic pasture grasses, tested well water, and 100% certified organic hay. Contact Jim or Angela Smith at 719-478-2581 or 719-499-7273, or by email at Website:

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