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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.
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  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.
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Sources of real milk and real milk products in Georgia:

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

  • Meadow Ridge Farm: web: 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 dairy and goat/lamb meat 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.

Barrow County:

  • Winder:
    • A Time For Everything, Kelly Maxwell, Winder, GA 30680 (40 min E of Atlanta up 85N), phone: 404-925-2369, email: krmaxx@aol.com, Raw goat milk available from a small herd of Lamancha does thru herdshares. They milk from March to October. Does and cow graze on pesticide/fertilizer-free pasture. Animals are given alfalfa pellets/cubes, beet pellets, and black sunflower seeds on the stand during milking. Antibiotics are given only at times to preserve the life of the animals. No hormones given. Free range eggs $5/dozen.
    • On Holiday Farm, phone: 678-457-5358, web: onholidayfarm.com.  Small family farm licensed to sell raw goat milk. Located on 12 acres in Winder, GA. They raise show quality, ADGA registered La Manchas. They utilize rotational grazing and other natural processes. Visit their website to see their working does.

Bryan County:

  • Richmond Hill (Savannah Area): Hardwicke Farms, 21180 Hwy 144 Richmond Hill, GA 31324, Jeff Stacy & Myra Hamlin, phone: 912-222-0822, web: www.hardwickefarms.com. ADGA registered Nubian dairy goats that are grassfed and milked twice per day. Hardwicke Farms feeds local perennial peanut hay grown by a Georgia farmer and a specially formulated dairy goat grain blend. Fresh raw milk is sold to order in gallon and half gallon increments. Orders placed today are collected at the next milking and ready for pickup on the following day. The farm is located approximately 25 minutes from Savannah, GA. This herd is on monthly DHIA milk test that checks quality, fat, and protein components. All milk animals are tested annually for CAE, Brucellosis and TB. This herd is not routinely given antibiotics or wormer unless their condition merits it and UGA withholding times for collecting milk are followed.

Chatooga County:

  • Lyerly: Starling Mill Farms, (also serves cities of Rome and LaFayette) Chaney and Aleisha Waldon, 1400 Starling Mill Rd. Lyerly, GA 30730, cell phone: 706-844-4114, home phone: 706-895-2071, email: 6waldons@gmail.com, web: www.starlingmillfarm.com. Grassfed Jersey cows (given a little grain to get them to the barn). Grain is made on farm, non-GMO, no soy. Farm is Georgia-licensed to sell raw milk for pet consumption. Raw milk, butter, eggs, buttermilk, occasional cream, yogurt, cheese, and beef. They have a booth at the Rome farmer’s market May-Oct. and year-round at the Marietta farmers market. Farm visits are welcomed.

Cherokee County:

  • Woodstock: Nature’s Corner Market, features products from Two by Two Farms. See their listing under Powder Springs.

Cobb County:

  • Marietta: Nature’s Corner Market, features products from Two by Two Farms. See their listing below under Powder Springs.
  • Powder Springs:
    • My Dad & Me Family Farm, 3698 Velma Drive Powder Springs, GA 30127; phone: 678-567-1826; web: www.mydadandmefamilyfarm.com. Five-acre family farm selling raw Jersey milk under Georgia’s pet milk label in Powder Springs, northwest of Atlanta. Their 100 percent grassfed Jersey cows are rationally grazed on fresh grass and supplemented with hay and baleage. 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 for purchase. 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 e-mails. This will provide you with a ‘welcome email’ with more info about purchasing from their farm.
    • Two By Two Farms, Inc., Robert and Sonia Lopez, Raw pet goat and raw pet sheep milk from Alpine, Nubian, Sannen, and Nigerian dairy goats and East Fresian dairy sheep. Grassfed with organic feed at milking time, all natural/herbal supplements. Products available at Nature’s Corner Markets in Marietta and Woodstock.

Colquitt County:

  • Moultrie: Sparkman Dairy, Ricky Sparkman, 1283 Rossman Dairy Road Moultrie, GA 31768, phone: 229-941-2933, email: ricky@scvmilk.com. All-Jersey herd producing A2 milk, grazing with supplemental non-GMO grains. Raw milk sold under the Georgia Pet Milk license. Butter, cream, half and half, buttermilk also available. Call Monday through Friday between 8 am and 5 pm. Located in South Georgia.

Coweta County:

  • NewnanCountry Gardens Farm & Nursery, Mike & Judy Cunningham, 3728 Lower Fayetteville Road Newnan, GA 30265; phone: 770-251-2673; email: mikec@countrygardensfarm.com; web: countrygardensfarm.com. Raw milk from grassfed Jersey cows. Also grassfed beef produced in season, pastured broilers, free-range eggs, pork, organic gardening products, herbs, flowers, plants, and trees.

Dawson County:

  • Dawsonville: Little Brown Cow Creamery, Matt, James, and Ed Holton; phone: 678-316-1236, email: mpholton@gmail.com, Facebook: www.facebook.com/H2JerseyFarm. Jersey cows, fed grass and hay, some feed at milking, and are raised antibiotic- and hormone-free. Plastic gallons of milk for $8.

Effingham County:

  • Guyton: Horsepower Farm, Michele Ingram 105 Needle Pointe Dr.  Guyton, GA 31312, phone: 912-484-6067, email: horsepowerfarm912@gmail.com, Facebook: IngramHorsePowerFarm. Grassfed, pasture raised Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats. They provide sustainable practices of the herd and farm. Offering whole raw goat milk and cheese sold as pet products. Delivery available in Savannah/Chatham County.

Fayette County:

  • Tyrone: Casey’s Goats and Goods, James and Anika Casey, 445 Castlewood Rd. Tyrone, GA 30290, phone: 770-687-6804, email: goatsandgoods@gmail.com. Casey’s raises Alpine dairy goats producing goat milk soap and raw goat milk. They can also be found at CFM’s East Atlanta Village Farmer’s Market. They will also offer seasonal fresh produce. Contact for availability or scheduling an appointment to stop by.

Fulton County:

  • Atlanta:
    • Carlton Farms, delivers to this area. See their full listing under Rockmart.
    • Casey’s Goats and Goods serves this area. See their full listing under Tyrone.
    • On Holiday Farm, serves this area. See full listing under Winder.
    • A Time for Everything, serves this area. See full listing under Winder.
    • Woodsong Farm, serves this area. See full listing under Chattahoochee Hills.
    • Worth It Farms, LLC, serves this area. See full listing under Chattahoochee Hills.
  • Chattahoochee Hills:
    • Woodsong Farm, Pete & Kristin Davenport, Chattahoochee Hills, GA, phone: 678-787-5181, email: info@woodsongfarm.net, web: woodsongfarm.net, Facebook: Woodsong-Farm. Woodsong Farm raises Jersey milk cows and laying chickens and ducks. All raised on fresh pasture through managed intensive grazing. Cows are fed a small amount of supplemental grain, non-GMO, on the stand, but spend the rest of their day on grass. Chickens, ducks and pigs are fed organic grain. Products are raw Jersey milk, chicken and duck eggs, and pork. Located just 20 miles west of the Atlanta airport. Purchase products at farm by appointment or at the Peachtree Road Farmer’s Market in Atlanta (Saturdays) from April to December, and Morningside Farmer’s Market in Atlanta.
    • Worth It Farms, LLC Dairy & Creamery, Chris & Kristy Smith, phone: 678-806-6884, email: Worthitfarms@gmail.com, web: WorthItFarms.com, Facebook: worthitfarms. Largest herd of endangered British Guernsey goats in the Southeast. They are rotated between fresh pasture and a dry lot to maximize parasite control naturally. They are supplemented with high quality legume hay and locally milled dairy goat rations daily and seasonally with vitamin E, selenium and copper for optimal health. No hormones, no antibiotics, no vaccines, no coccidiostats, no disbudding, no chemical dewormer – unless medically necessary. Wormed as naturally as possible with herbs and forage-based products. Milk is chilled in stainless steel containers, bottled in reuseable glass containers, and sold on site or at a local farmer’s market. Prices range from $1 “treat size” to $12/gallon – $2 bottle deposit. Bring your own container to the farm for cheaper prices. Butter, cheese, and yogurt coming very soon. All milk sold, per Georgia law, for pet consumption only with a pet feed license. This farm helps preserve endangered breeds.

Gilmer County:

  • Ellijay:
    • Mountain Valley Farm, Suzy Wright; cell: 706-889-0999; email: suzyw@ellijay.com; web: www.grassfedgeorgia.com. Unprocessed, full-fat, cream-top, raw cow milk from pasture-grazed 285 cow dairy herd is sold in their farm store. Cows are milked twice daily, and their milk is filtered in-line and quick chilled to 34 degrees. Milk bottled fresh daily. Each container is labeled “Raw Cow Milk for Pets” in compliance with Georgia regulations. No added hormones, antibiotics, pesticides, or chemical fertilizers. They also offer USDA inspected grassfed beef (dry aged) and free-range Berkshire heritage pork for sale by the cut, and fresh eggs from their pastured poultry. All animals are raised on pasture in a stress-free environment and handled humanely throughout all life stages. Licensed and inspected by the Georgia Department of Agriculture. Farm has been owned and operated by the family continuously since 1840.
    • Smokey Hollow Farm, Frank & Pat Corker; phone: 678-374-7473; email: pacorker@smokeyhollowfarms.com, or fcorker@smokeyhollowfarms.com, web: www.smokeyhollowfarms.com. Licensed to sell raw goat milk for pet consumption only per Georgia law. Goats are pasture grazed with minimal grain on the milk stand. No antibiotics or hormones are administered. On farm sales only, limited availability, please call first before visiting.

Henry County:

  • McDonough: The Good Shepherd Family Farm, 1995 East Lake Rd. McDonough, GA 30252; phone: 770-274-9093. Raw, full-fat Jersey cow milk. The cows graze on pasture all day and are followed by free-range chickens and pastured pork. Visits welcomed.

Jackson County:

  • Commerce: Livin My Dream Farm, Victoria Sudderth, 539 B. Wilson Rd. Commerce, GA 30529; phone: 678-283-0752; email: livinmydream.com@gmail.com; web: livinmydreamfarm.com; Facebook: Livin My Dream Farm Goats, Livin My Dream Farm Lamanchas. Fresh and frozen raw (un-pasteurized milk) whole goat milk for animal consumption only per Georgia law, from Nigerian Dwarfs and Lamanchas. Whole goat milk is an excellent alternative to milk replacers for a variety of animals who do not have access to dam milk. Available in half-gallon, liter, and gallon plastic containers. Pick up at farm, appointment necessary. CAE, TB, and Brucellosis-free herd.

Jasper County:

  • Shady Dale: Yellow Rose Farm, Shannon Lawrence, 516 Johnny Fears Road, phone: 706-816-9100, email: yellowrosefarm1@gmail.com, website: yellowrosefarm.com. Yellow Rose Farm’s Nigerian dwarf dairy goats graze rotationally on seven acres and are provided grain from a local manufacturer (Godfrey’s Feed). They provide sustainable practices of the herd and farm. Herd is yearly tested for CAE, Johne’s, brucellosis, and tuberculosis. They have maintained Nigerian dwarfs since 1997. They offer half gallons of whole raw goat milk (year-round, they don’t dry off the goats), as well as pasteurized cheese. Their Yellow Rose Farm Soap Co. produces cold process goat milk bar soap, liquid soap, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, and dog shampoo. They also produce all-natural insect repellent, deodorant, face cream, and body butter. They offer classes for anyone wanting to have goats, soap making and cheese making.

Jones County:

  • Gray: Barker Farms, JA Barker, 163 Barker Rd. Gray, GA 31032, phone: 478-288-7183 or Mr. Barker, Sr. at 478-363-0813, web: BarkerFarms.webs.com. Barker Farms has Jersey cows that are primarily grassfed (pasture), hay when needed, and a small amount of grain at milking. No steroids, hormones, etc., used. Raw milk, sold under a pet food license, in plastic containers. Tours available. Delivery can be arranged depending on distance and quantity. Also on farm sales and eggs available, call first. They are selling at the following farmers markets: (call first): Savannah, Richmond Hill; 3-6 pm: Mulberry Street Park Farmer’s Market, Macon; noon-5 pm (or 6): Forsyth Farmer’s Market, Forsyth; 9 am-noon: Perry Farmer’s Market, Perry; 2nd Sat. 9 am-noon: Wesleyan Market, Wesleyan College.

Lanier County:

  • LakelandTom & Michelle Kuettner, phone: 229-507-3605, email: tom@kickin-k-ranch.com. Small sustainable goat dairy of Oberhaslis browsing in fields with minimal non-GMO verified grain on the milk stand. No antibiotics except in life-threating situations; no hormones administered. Fresh Oberhasli goat milk available through herdshares. They have eggs from free roaming hens fed non-GMO feed, clabbered milk, grass and bugs. Also pastured pork from their American Guinea Hogs eating grass, milk, eggs, leftover veggies, and non-GMO feed.

Lowndes County:

  • Valdosta: Stalwart Stock (Live Oak, FL) serves this area. See their full listing on the Florida page under Live Oak.

Macon County:

  • Montezuma: Sam Jones, 807 GA Hwy 329 Montezuma,  GA 31063, phone: 770-490-5190; email: rawmilkman64@gmail.com. Raw Jersey cow milk from cows on pasture all day, with some alfalfa pellets/citrus peels, using organic when available. They deliver to several farmers markets and also have milk drops. Please contact for details.

Muscogee County:

  • Columbus: Hammock Haven Farm, Kristin Hammock, phone: 706-573-0157, email: kristinsmishmash@gmail.com, web: www.hammockhavenfarm.com, Facebook: HammockHavenFarm. Hammock Haven has a small herd of ADGA registered Lamancha and Alpine dairy goats. The goats have pasture, free choice grass hay, alfalfa hay, and a goat ration at milking time. Raw milk, sold under the Georgia Pet Milk License, is $5/half gallon (plus a $2 jar deposit). The milk is machine-milked, strained into sanitized half gallon Mason jars, and immediately chilled. Milk is sampled monthly and sent to Langston University for analysis. Goat milk soap is also available. Open every day but Tuesday. 9 am-6 pm. Please call, text, or email for directions and to arrange pickup at the farm.

Oconee County:

  • Watkinsville: Latimer Luck Acres, Mandy Latimer; phone: 706-296-6852; email:  LLAcres@juno.com; Facebook: Latimer Luck Acres. This farm has been milking goats for 22 years and is certified to sell raw milk for pet consumption only per Georgia law. Herd of registered Nubians and Lamancha/Nubian crosses (high butterfat) is certified TB and Brucellosis free. Animals are on pasture and fed locally grown hay. Probiotics (good bacteria) are used to maintain health. No added hormones or antibiotics. Goats are milked twice a day from Feb. to Nov. 1. Visits encouraged; call ahead first.

Oglethorpe County:

  • Crawford: Stocks Farms Nubians, Nancy Stocks; phone: 706-743-3316; email: nstocks11@gmail.com. Facebook under Stocks Farms and online at stocksfarms.com. Stocks Farms Nubians has been breeding ADGA registered Nubians for 15 years. They are certified to sell raw milk for pet consumption only, per Georgia law. The herd is CAE negative, tested every year, linear appraised every year and is on DHIA milk test. Fresh raw milk and free-range eggs available February through November. Visitors welcome to come see the farm. Please contact ahead of time for milk and visits.

Pickens County:

  • Jasper: R & M Stanaland Nubians, Roy Stanaland, 1153 Salem Church Rd. Jasper, GA 30143, phone: 770-337-3162. email: alicevalleyfarm@tds.net. Nubian and Lamancha dairy goats. Goats are fed non-GMO feed, and also have pasture to graze.

Polk County:

  • Rockmart: Carlton Farms (1 hour NW of Atlanta); phone: 770-655-1503; email: carltonfarm@gmail.com; web: carltonfarm.com. Carlton Farms is a diversified sustainable family farm located 45 miles NW of Atlanta. They produce raw cow milk for pets from grassfed Jersey cows, pasture-raised, soy free, non-GMO eggs, grassfed beef and lamb, as well as pasture-raised, soy free, non-GMO poultry and pork. No antibiotics or hormones used; pastures are not treated with pesticides, herbicides, or commercial fertilizer. In addition to their products, they also carry other naturally produced foods from others in the local natural farming community. These items include fruits and vegetables, local raw honey, organic pecans, fermented foods and others. Stop by the farm store or see them at one of 16 Atlanta delivery locations.

Richmond County:

  • North Augusta (SC): Organically You, 5979 Jefferson Davis Highway, phone: 803-279-9534, web: www.organicallyyou.org. Offers raw, Grade A whole milk from Butter Patch Farms out of Saluda. Butter Patch Farms and Organically You are both Certified South Carolina.

Thomas County:

  • Meigs: Lost Creek Farms, Randy & Dorcas Miller, 7163 Hwy. 111 Meigs, GA, phone: 229-941-5102, her cell: 229-319-9321, email: rlm123@windstream.net. They have Oberhasli and Saanen cross goats, with pasture and hay for feed. They also receive grain at milking time. Licensed by the Georgia Dept. of Agriculture to sell raw milk for pet food. They also have eggs, meat chickens, and blueberries in the summer. On farm sales only. Call for availability.

Troup County:

  • LaGrange: LaMac/Finca de LasPerLas, Joseph Lashley, 779 Lower Big Springs Road, Rosemont Community, LaGrange, GA 30241; (between Interstates 85 and 185 off Highway 27), phone: 404-274-1702, email: jalashley1@charter.net. Goat milk, by gallon only, in plastic milk bottles, produced by Saanen dairy goats. Animals feed on pasture grass and browse, with grain added during milking. Milk is filtered, bottled and refrigerated. Georgia milk license, labeled as pet food. This is the same product the owners use and consume in their own home. Milk is usually available from Jan. 1 to Nov. 1. Farm has been in continuous operation in Georgia since 1965. Farm visits by appointment only. Se habla Español.

Union County:

  • BlairsvilleSouthern Mountain Livin’ @ Mountain View Farm Store, Ronnie Dyer, 189 John Abernathy Road Blairsville, GA, phone: 706-897-3396. Facebook: southernmtnlivinmtnviewfarm. Mountain View Farm is located in the North Georgia mountains. The farm offers raw Holstein cow milk for sale that is jugged daily. The cows are fed corn silage from the corn that they have grown. They are also fed crushed corn mixed with cottonseed meal as they are being milked. The cows also graze on grass when they are not being milked. The milk is labeled and sold as pet milk according to Georgia state laws. The milk contains no growth hormones, no antibiotics, no feed additives, or man-made proteins. The milk is filtered and stored at 36 degrees. They offer tours of the farm so that you can see for yourself that the cows are well taken care of. The farm is kept clean and sanitized, and is USDA inspected. The farm has a posted Grade A Milk Producers License issued by Georgia Department of Agriculture. Hours are Mon.-Tues., Thur.- Sat. 10 am-6 pm, closed Wednesday and Sunday. They also offer a variety of seasonal produce. The farm also has farm-raised chicken, pork, and beef, including whole chicken legs, thighs, and breasts, sausage, Italian sausage, bratwurst, pork chops, Boston butts, ribs, steaks, hamburger and other meats, as well as Amish butter, cheese, jams and jellies. They accept, cash, check and all major credit/debit cards. Please call for directions to the farm.

Walker County:

  • RossvilleCloudcrest Farm, Shannon Hinson, 39 Brown Rd. Rossville, GA, 30741, phone: 423-991-8354, email: cloudcrestga@gmail.com, Facebook: Cloudcrest-Farm-2022391664703470/. 10 minutes from Chattanooga. They offer grassfed raw milk, butter and yogurt, as well as pastured eggs. All non-GMO. On farm purchases only. Contact them to schedule a visit or receive a tour.

Walton County:

  • Oxford: Sweet Song Farm, Jason and Lori Rutledge, 11 Highway 81 Oxford, GA 30054, phone 404-788-7907, email: lorirutledge@rocketmail.com, Facebook: Sweet-Song-Farm This farm is certified TB and brucellosis free, and has negative CAE results yearly. They are licensed by the state of Georgia to sell milk for pet consumption. The herd of ADGA registered LaManchas produce high butterfat, sweet milk while being fed a forage-based diet of alfalfa and grass hay that includes a pelleted dairy ration for milking does. Does are being milked once daily during the fall. Milk is sold off the farm for $5/half gallon. Farm visits are welcomed and encouraged but are available by appointment only. Please call between 7 am and 9 pm.
  • Social Circle: SweetLand Farm, Larry and Amber Patterson, phone: 770-617-7827, email: amber2389pat@gmail.com, web: www.sweetland-farm.com, Facebook: under SweetLand Farm. This farm is certified to sell raw milk for pet consumption only per Georgia law. Herd of registered Alpines is certified TB, Brucellosis and CAE free. Animals are on pasture, with plenty of wooded area for browse, fed locally grown hay and locally made grain on the milk stand. No added hormones or antibiotics. Goats are milked twice a day and visits are encouraged, please call ahead first. They sell off the farm, raw milk $5/half gallon, free range eggs $4/dozen and 100 percent goat milk soap $5/bar.

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  1. I went to the Little Brown Cow posted address and it was a house on the lake. Not a farm! Also called number and got nowhere! The search continues. I am in hall county ga. And my e-mail is Skidadam@gmail. Contact me if you can help me!

  2. Hi, I’m looking for raw cows milk around Gainesville area. My mom used to be able to buy it close by, but they stopped selling it. I don’t want to have to drive far but I might have to figure something out.

  3. Hello,
    Can somebody recommend me farm who sells raw goat milk? Area Buford, Lawrencevile, Gainesvile, Winder, Cumming, Duluth. Thank you.

  4. I’m looking for raw, grass fed COW’S MILK near Savannah Ga. The wife doesn’t like Goats milk haha. That seems to be the only thing around here.

    Thanks!
    -Alex

    • Hi my name is Roshni. Here is a phone number for raw cow milk. Mention my name to mr. barker 478-288-7183. Hope this helps. I am also in the Savannah area

    • It may be too far for you, I’m in Brunswick, I go to Jessup to Wayne’s Feed store. Its forty miles from me, but completely worth it. If you call Gene at this number, tell him you got it from Shelby, he’ll make sure it’s in stock for you. But I know he goes to various locations to meet people for deliveries so he may get closer to your area. Gene (912)402-7882

  5. I am looking for raw grass fed cow and goat milk around Bainbridge, GA.
    It is difficult to find here in spite if being in the country.
    Does anyone know of any?

    • Carlton Farms delivers to several locations in and around the Dunwoody area. Check them out. We’ve bought from them for years. Great family farm and good products.

  6. I see where most farms give the dairy cows grains at milking time. Is this normal? Is it possible to get raw milk from cows that are 100% grass-fed?

    • It is possible to get 100% grassfed milk, and some people who are extremely sensitive to grain have to seek out 100% grassfed milk. Such milk will likely be more expensive than grain supplemented milk. Lactating cows use a lot of energy and if they are on only grass they get very thin and don’t produce as much. So most farmers supplement with some grain at milking. Ideally they would soak/sprout this grain before giving it to their cows; some farmers do that. And if given only at milking it forms something like 2% of their diet, but is enough to help the cows keep weight on and keep up the milk production.

  7. That is what I paid also and worth it to know it is raw and not processed and nutrition destroyed. I just found out there is a farm on my road. I thought the only one around here was on the other side of town. YEAH.

  8. It’s entirely possible that there is actually a supplier in your area but for various reasons they may not list their farm name on this page. What is your city or nearest city?

  9. You can look up Carlton Farms on their website and put in an order. You can pick it up when they deliver it once a week on Rock Springs Rd. at the Church.

  10. Sam Jones from Cedar Rock Milk will go to Bainbridge farmer’s market on Sat mornings and do a milk drop in Bluffton GA on Sat afternoons. Where exactly are you?

  11. Hi Jen,
    I also live in Box Springs & would love to find a local source for “real” milk & eggs. Did you have any luck??? Please email me at :lou-cat867@att.net
    Thanks!!!

  12. For anyone looking for raw milk in the Columbus, GA area, Sam Jones delivers to the Farmers Market in downtown Columbus every Saturday 9-12 noon. The table sign says “Cedar Rock Dairy.” His email and phone number are listed under the city of Andersonville. He was formerly located in Butler, GA. I bought 1/2 gallon today for $5.00 in a plastic container. Real nice people.

    • Yes very nice and their milk is delicious. Grassfed, no grain only alfalfa pellets, no hormones, A2 jersey herd. If you buy in glass mason jars it is $4 half gallon. Sam delivers milk to Albany, Baindridge, Adele and Bluffton. There are other small milk drops I don’t know about.

  13. Raw milk tastes so much better and based on studies is much better for you. It is not as mass produced as milk in supermarkets, hence the high price. I think $7 a gallon is a bargain.

  14. Yep…I don’t have time to translate all the listings for 50 states, the total number of which has exploded since I started maintaining the site in 2000, to maps with pins. So far my attempts to find contractors to do the work are not fitting with my desired scope, schedule, or budget.

  15. I think it’s overpriced ($7/gallon). I just moved here from Wisconsin (July, 2015) and I paid $5/gallon in WI for raw milk. I did provide my own glass jars and poured/pumped my own milk from the tank. Not sure why it costs $2 more a gallon in GA in which they have a much longer growing season and are able to field feed their cows longer then in Wisconsin! With all that said, I will pay the increased priced of milk for my family b/c pasteurized milk is “dead” milk and offers little to no benefit for your growing kids.

    • Sara, I don’t know where you live, however you are mistaken to complain about the price of raw milk in GA. It costs more to produce here than in the are you lived previously. Jose

  16. I am no dairy-person BUT $7 for grass-fed unpasteurized pet milk is very fair. Value your health, and the health of your children, and join the thriving Georgians who benefit from this profound nutrition.

  17. I want to try raw milk for me and the family. But, I’m completely clueless about it. whats the difference between raw milk and raw milk for pets? or is it the same thing? why do farmers adverse raw milk for pets? and when I get raw milk is it safe for me to drink straight from the bottle or do I need to boil it first. Thanks in advance..

    • The only legal way to sell raw milk in Georgia is if it has a label on it that says “Pet Milk: Not For Human Consumption” If you meet the farmer and are comfortable with their sanitation practices then you would be fine drinking raw milk for pets. All of the farms listed on this website follow human grade sanitary practices. No need to boil.

    • I poster an add on craigslist looking for goat milk and I had a farmer from Cartersville and Conyers respond that they sell milk. If you are interested and if this is close to you, I can give you their contact information. Just email me at ukrainochka.ua@gmail.com

    • For the Canton/Cherokee and Milton areas check out two little farm stores one is Farm Fresh Beef in Ball Ground and the other is Wilbur & Rudy’s in Milton. Also, you may find a drop off location for Carlton Farms nearby.

  18. Same here.

    I plan to email Sam Jones of Butler GA. Phone # and email address are in the listing above about raw milk.

    Not sure about the eggs. I used to a have co-worker with a son who had chickens humanely. They over produced by a great deal. Free eggs for everyone! More than I needed! I miss that so much and didn’t appreciate it enough at the time.

    • Blairsville: Mountain View Farm, Ronnie Dyer, phone: 706-897-3396.
      Their info is above the comment section here.
      Very good & about half way between Blairsville & Morganton.

  19. It is possible for any food to be contaminated with pathogenic bacteria at levels that can cause illness. Foodborne illness is indeed likely higher than reported, for every type of food. However, you quote CDC reports of foodborne illnesses reported for raw milk without providing the context of the number of foodborne illnesses for other foods, which are higher in nearly every category they have, the highest being produce. When all vectors for foodborne illnesses are considered, properly produced grassfed raw milk is less risky than most foods.

  20. They charge double the price in states that are not legal to sell to humans for drinking. That’s why they charge more,, because they know it’s harder to get. I am from Pennsylvania in which it is legal to sell and they charge 4.50 a gallon !! I am not paying 8.00 for the milk for pets.

    • Raw milk for $8.00 is a bargain anywhere, particularly in the United States. Even if it is required to be labeled as “pet food” and you are very foolish to complain about that price. Usually all store milk has totally decomponentized with liquid and solid being separated, processed and then reconstituted to a 3.5 % fat. It is also federally funded in its production. Think unclean animals fed garbage food. I legally should be classified as less than “pet food.” Raw milk costs much more to produce.

  21. Jessica, I’m also from columbus, the two closest I can find are either butler, or warm springs. I think I’m going to go to warmsprings this week. Please email me. Maybe we can split the trips. We will go one week, pick up your items, you go the next and pick up ours? Email me if you like. Bri88@yahoo.com also let me know if you’ve found somewhere closer. Thanks.

  22. Jen, I’m also from columbus, the two closest I can find are either butler, or warm springs. I think I’m going to go to warmsprings this week. Please email me. Maybe we can split the trips. We will go one week, pick up your items, you go the next and pick up ours? Email me if you like. Bri88@yahoo.com also let me know if you’ve found somewhere closer. Thanks.

  23. So would I. I have been looking for years and have yet to find a “cow” source with-in a two hour drive. Plenty of raw goat milk around, but not cows milk.

    • Check out Carlton Farms, they deliver to Decatur weekly. You have to go to a pickup point at a specific time, but their milk is soooo good and well worth the effort.

  24. Rebecca, We live west of Murphy and travel to Westminster, SC to buy our milk. We’d love to find someone to take turns going to the dairy to pick up the milk. Please let me know if you’d be interested.

  25. Carlton Farms up in Rockmart delivers every Friday in Stone Mountain which is close to you. Check out their website. I can attest for their milk…never going back to store bought.

  26. Cleveland: Brown Eyed Girl Creamery, 374 Asa Dorsey Rd, Cleveland GA (foothills of NE GA), phone: 706-865-3113 (days) and 706-865-3680 (nights), email: srlawson@windstream.net. Unpasteurized Jersey cow’s milk sold under license by the Georgia Department of Agriculture and labeled as pet food as required by Georgia law. Milk is bottled in glass containers and not bottled until sold to ensure freshness. Registered Jersey herd is on pasture and supplemented with grain at milking. They plan to sell artisan cheese soon.

  27. You might try the locallygrown.net online market in your area. I think the melodylane.locallygrown.net would be it. You can email the market manager at melodylanecoop@yahoo.com.

    Good luck! If that Market isn’t close to you, Sandra will probably be able to direct you to the closest Farm.

    Good luck!

    ~Maryanne

  28. $7 per gallon, wow, that’s cheap! I live in Idaho and have spent time in Texas as well. Both of my sources charge $10 per gallon. It’s worth every penny though, I promise!

    Raw milk has done wonders for my family’s health and I won’t even think about letting the kids drink the stuff from the grocery store–it’s just poison. The price is higher because it is a far superior product. I can sympathize with you, because we typically go through at least 3 gallons per week, but I won’t ever go back to store bought. My goal is to move to a home where we can provide our own milk.

    • I understand the cost dilemma. I live near GA, in Aiken, SC area with a price tag of $7.49 on my milk plus tax. I used to have 8 herd shares in Ohio that averaged out to $5.50 a gallon, because you can’t buy it off the shelf at any store. I now realize how good I had it and didn’t even realize. It is all a matter of perspective. Especially because I want to live into my 100’s, like my relatives, who drank raw, unhomogenized milk for years. That was their only option.
      Considering that homogenized milk has been pushed through holes so small that it passes straight through the intestinal wall into the blood stream, it so so we don’t have to shake it. That causes a lot of allergies and lactose intolerant/sensitive people to have milk issues. All of this, so that we don’t have to shake our milk! My son can now drink milk because we made the switch. How many years of frustration we had, and unfortunately we were too nervous to start sooner.
      Besides, I love pouring this milk on cereal, making ice cream from the cream, homemade butter…. We are sold on our local grassfed dairy cow. Try it, you just might like it.

    • I have been buying Jersey cow whole milk and it too is $7.00 a gallon. I buy it at whole foods and it too cost $7.00 a gallon. It is great quality and I add water (1/3 milk to 2/3 water) and it taste delicious. I do this because I am watching my weight and need to drink milk with all my meals because I had cancer of my tongue and can not swallow with out milk. I am in Georgia looking for Jersey
      cow raw milk. My wife heard it is the best source of calcium for women.

      • Jersey cow raw milk is available at Southern Oaks Jerseys
        1458 Highway 20
        Abbeville, SC (just outside of GA)
        864.391.1898
        Farmer: Mark Wiley

        I don’t know where you’re located in GA, but I am in the northeast area. We get raw milk from Southern Oaks every 2 weeks. Just 2 hours drive from us.

        Only $5.00 a gallon. Definitely worth the drive.
        Milk keeps well in the frig for the full 2 weeks. Lots of thick, yummy cream on top!

        • Forgot to say, SC has same law as GA. Raw milk is for pet consumption only, as per SC law. But this farmer’s milk is just as reasonably priced as PA’s raw milk where it’s legal for human consumption!

  29. I welcome any farmers to reply to this comment as well, but there are a number of reasons raw milk costs more. Our government subsidizes corn and soy, making those commodities a cheap source of feed for dairy cows (and meat cows). The raw milk you want is from farmers with cows mostly on grass (a little non-GMO grain at milking can be okay except for certain individuals who are very sensitive). Now of course, grass is “free”, but grass farmers are likely to have old-fashioned breeds of cows that produce less milk than modern Holsteins, but of much higher quality (primarily in the form of more cream). They don’t crowd their cows into cement-floor barns, etc. Modern commercial dairy cows are bred to produce crazy amounts of milk. They often have chronic mastitis, and pus gets into the milk. They’re fed cheap food (the aforementioned subsidized corn and soy, but also often bakery waste and other industrial food waste products). Everything that is done is meant to maximize the quantity of milk with little thought of the quality. Ultra-pasteurization means they can make it last longer, and homogenization means they can skim off some of the cream (to a standardized 3.5% for “whole” milk, or less for lowered fat versions) and use the cream for value-added products like cream, sour cream, ice cream, etc. I believe prices are also set for commercial bulk milk, meaning the dairy farmer is not really getting a fair market price for his milk.

    So the higher price for raw milk is for many factors: fewer cows, less quantity (breeds that naturally produce less milk), more quality (richer milk, more cream, more CLA, naturally occurring vitamins A, D, and K2, Wulzen anti-stiffness factor, and more), more perishable product, no artificial price fixing, etc.

    Grass-fed raw milk is so superior to pasteurized, homogenized, commercial milk that it’s unfair to compare them on price. They are completely different products. One is health-promoting, one is health-robbing. In some parts of the country, raw milk is much more than $7/gallon. Hope this helps.

    • I had not gone back to this site since I posted the original comment in March. Wow! I was surprised to find out that the $7.00 I was complaining about was less than most places! And thank you for educating me on all the costs involved. I already knew about the health benefits, but was glad to see all the other testimonials about their families experiences. I am going to have to re-think this !

      • It is now $10 for a gallon at Hunter’s. I love the raw milk but with the gas, the time to get there and the high price it is almost impossible for me now to buys some. Almost thinking of getting a cow with my neighbor together. It would be worth it.

        • I agree with the previous comment. We buy from Milky Way Dairy in Starr, SC and they have great milk and still $5 gal. Also have buttermilk and half/half available. Keeps well also. Worth the drive.

    • You are very fortunate to get raw milk for 7$ a gallon in texas its upwards of 15$ a gallon..but thats the price you pay for health 🙂 God bless the ppl that can provide the living food of raw goat milk

    • Overall, your explanation is very good. But I take exception to your remark that grass is free. Most of us who raise animals are just as much grass and hay farmers. Having proper grazing and hay for our cows and goats is not free. It takes much of our time in planning and implementation. It requires expensive and difficult to maintain equipment, and expensive seeds and fertilizers. All the more for organic products. We have beef cattle and meat goats. I have a small herd of dairy goats. Selling my goat milk is not even a break even proposition for what goes into producing it. But I love sharing our products and introducing folks to the wholesome foods we enjoy.

    • I went to an amish farm in western Pa near ohio this summer, one of my friends was from there and we were on a road trip headed back to nj. We stopped at my friends amish friend’s farm and filled up on as much raw milk as we wanted for free…..Oh my god was it sooo wonderful. The amish are wonderful people. And so was the milk, we had about 10 gallons of raw milk….for free.

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