Kansas

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 Sources of real milk and real milk products in Kansas:

Altoona: Dorema Farms, McCarter Family, 7708 Scott Road Altoona, KS, phone: 620-330-3580, email: mcfarm47@gmail.com. Raw goat milk, raw Jersey cow milk, farm eggs and vegetables.

Andover/Rose Hill:

  • Baumwerk/Baumgartner Family, 15751 SW Meadowlark Rd. Rose Hill, KS 67133, phone: 316-295-6140 or 316-218-2161, email: playbanjo@gmail.com. Products available include: raw goat milk in glass jars, goat milk soaps, wood products, lamb, pastured chicken, and free-range eggs.
  • Hackberry Haven, Campbell Family, (4 miles south of Andover on 140th), email: hackberryhaven5k@outlook.com, phone: 316-733-2587. Raw goat milk and free-range eggs for sale.

Atchison: Providence Hill Farm, Christy Harris, 8096 Pratt Rd. Atchison, KS, phone: 913-360-0497, email: providencehillfarm@sbcglobal.net. Raw goat milk and cheese, eggs, and vegetables.

Andover/Augusta/Rose Hill: Peacock Family Farm, Don & Charlene Peacock, 15005 SW Indianola Road Augusta, KS 67010, phone: 316-776-2811, email: peacockfamilyfarm@gmail.com. Raw milk from Jersey cows and free-range eggs for sale.

Baldwin City: Jennifer Rolland, Baldwin City, KS 66006, phone: 785-214- 8122 (text messages welcome), email: rollandjennifer@gmail.com (please put milk in the subject line). Selling raw Nubian goat milk.

Bonner Springs/De Soto: Nelson’s Natural Products, Justin, phone: 816-507-9477, email: Nelsonsnaturalproducts@gmail.com. Grassfed raw milk from Jersey cows. No grain; pasture only. Moving paddocks daily.

Burlingame: Sundog CSA, Teresa Oliver, Katy Cheuvront, and Zach Oliver, email: oliver@osprey.net, phone: 785-654-2313. Fresh and frozen raw goat milk, yogurt (cow or goat), and eggs. Hand-milking Jersey/Ayrshire cows.

Carbondale: salsnic@yahoo.com, Milk from Jersey and Guernsey; also goat milk available. Cows are transitioning to all grassfed. Email for directions and price.

Derby:  This Little Farm, Mikel Miller, 15023 E. 108th St. S. Mulvane, KS, phone: 316-250-2276, email: mikel@thislittlefarm.com, web: thislittlefarm.com.  Non-GMO. No soy. Raw goat milk, eggs, pork, chicken and soaps. They use a closed milking system and commercial cooling tank and strictly observe industry standard sanitation practices. Milk is $8/gallon. Goat therapy (visits) with milking ladies and their kids can be scheduled for $5 each, minimum $20. Located between Derby, Mulvane, and Rose Hill.

Dexter/Winfield/Burden/Cedar Vale: Askins Ranch, Todd and Donna Askins, 24260 182nd Rd. Dexter, KS. phone: 620-307-2281, email: askinsranch@hotmail.com, web: www.arminiaturejerseys.com, Pasture raised (grassfed) miniature Jerseys. Offering raw milk by the half gallon.

Fontana: Bryan Barthol, phone: 913-849-3800. Raw goat milk in glass. Call for appointment between 8 am – 8 pm

Gardner: Merry Dairy Farm, web: merrydairyfarm.com, email: gemludy@gmail.com. Raw Jersey cow milk, eggs, and garden goods.

Great Bend:

  • Heizer Haven: email: Heizerhaven@gmail.com. Dairy goats. Raw milk available by appointment March-September.
  • Louie’s Touch of Heaven Farm, Greg Tournear, phone 620-786-4037. Raw goat milk, goat cheese and cheese spreads (assorted flavors), goat meat (all cuts), and goat milk soaps and lotions.

Hiawatha: Misty Morning Farm, Eck Family, phone: 307-578-7182, email: mistymorningfarmks@gmail.com. They have raw milk for sale from their Jersey cow, who is grassfed, except for a small scoop of sunflower seeds and oats at milking time. They use a closed milking system which is cleaned and sanitized daily. All milk is stored in glass only. No hormones, antibiotics, steroids, immunizations, herbicides or pesticides are used. Milk is available by gallon or half gallon. Free range chicken eggs for sale also, when available. Please call, text, or email Angela for availability or appointments.

Holton: Bryant Family Farm, offers a drive share for this area. See their full listing under Topeka.

Hutchinson:

  • Jako Farm, Daniel & Robyn King, email: Robyn@JakoFarm.com, phone: 620-663-1470, web: www.jakofarm.com. Featuring raw, all-grass milk, butter, cheese, colostrum, yogurt, and kefir. Also providing all-grass beef and lamb and pasture pork, poultry, and eggs.  Please call ahead to schedule your first visit.
  • Glass Springs Dairy, 5702 W. Longview Rd. Hutchinson, KS 67501, phone: 620-669-8127, email: jakenluane@agapemail.com. Fresh and frozen raw, 100 percent grassfed milk, yogurt, kefir, cream, butter, cheese and ice cream; pastured eggs, chicken, and 100 percent Jersey beef. No hormones, antibiotics, steroids, or immunizations.
  • Borntrager Dairy, Serves this area. See full listing under Yoder.

Inman: Sasnak Farm,Merle Thiessen 3045 Ave T, phone: 620-960-1331, email: mgthiess61161@gmail.com. Milking Shorthorn cattle; grass when in season, corn, soy protein.

Lawrence: Bryant Family Farm, offers a drive share for this area. See their full listing under Topeka.

Leavenworth: Bryant Family Farm offers a drive share for this area. See their full listing under Topeka.

Lost Springs: Hanschu’s Jerseys, 3536 US Hwy 56 Lost Springs, KS 66859 (5 miles south of Herington on Highway 77), phone: 785-983-4841. Homemade cheeses, butter, cream, and milk from old world line Jersey cows. Cows are kept inside during inclement weather.

Manhattan:

  • Ashland Dairy, web: www.ashlanddairy.com. Two locations, five and 11 miles south of Manhattan: 3230 Mcdowell Creek Road, Manhattan, KS, phone: 785-477-2480. 5995 S. 33rd St. Manhattan KS, phone: 785-640-0934. Jersey milk in glass bottles.
  • Bryant Family Farm offers a drive share for this area. See their full listing under Topeka.

Moran: Capering Valley Nubians, Meredith Fewins, 4691 Hawaii Rd. Moran, KS 66755, phone: 620-754-3810, email: caperingvalley@yahoo.com. Raw milk available in season as well as animals for sale.

Mound City: Kathy Becker, 17691 E. 950 Rd. Mound City, KS 66056, phone: 913-795-2265, cell: 913-575-2975, email: kbeck1024@hotmail.com. Raw Jersey milk from pasture-fed cows (plus dairy grain mix when milked).

Netawaka: Twin Creek Ranch, 1243 Antelope Rd. Fresh or frozen raw goat milk, free-range eggs, Black Angus beef quarters and sides (no hormones or antibiotics used), and fresh vegetables in season. Also have butcher goats available, and sometimes meat and dairy goat breeding stock.

Ottawa: Coyote Creek Dairy Farm CSA, Andrijan and Jodi Smaic, phone: 785-242-3558, email: coyotecreekorganicfarm@yahoo.com. Provides raw milk through a cowshare program, and farm fresh eggs.

Overland ParkLiberty Hills Farm, Bruce and Tammy Hale, delivers here. See their full listing on the Missouri page under Liberty.

Paola:

  • Evans Farm, David and Sheba Evans, 19369 W. 319th Street Paola, KS 66071, phone: 913-731-5121, email: sevans@advancedbanksolutions.com. Nubian goats and a Jersey cow on pasture, with some grain at milking. Raw cow milk will be offered from late May – September; raw goat milk will be available from late April – September. Milking is done by machine. They are all fed a small amount of grain during milking. Call for pricing and to make arrangements for pick up. Also have raw feta cheese available.
  • Green Acres, Shawn Miller, 31215 West 311th St. Paola KS 66071, phone: 913-980-2563, email: customdesigncabinetry@hotmail.com. Pasture-based family farm in Miami County selling raw milk and cream from Guernsey and Jersey cows. They also have free-range eggs, grassfed lamb, and grassfed/finished beef. Call Shawn for availability or an appointment.

Pfeifer: Shepherd’s Gate Dairy (20 mi. SE of Hays), email: shepgate@ruraltel.net, phone: 785-735-9562. Fresh or frozen raw goat milk, fresh soft raw milk cheese and raw milk aged cheeses, colby, gouda, cheddar and swiss available year round. Lamancha and Alpine breeding stock available.

Pittsburg: Laughing Rooster Farm, Chuckie Hessong, 670 E. 600 Ave. Pittsburg, KS, phone: 620-249-3011, email: laughingrooster@yahoo.com. Raw cow milk; call ahead to reserve by the gallon. They also make cheeses and butter when milk surplus and time allows. Also selling their beef (no hormones or antibiotics used), pork, pastured chicken, and eggs at the Pittsburg Farmers Market, 2nd and Broadway, Saturday mornings starting at 7:30 a.m. Email if you would like to receive their e-newsletter.

Platte City: Bryant Family Farm offers a drive share for this area. See their full listing under Topeka.

Pleasanton: Skyview Farm, Bill and Sheri Noffke, 22722 E. 800 Rd. Pleasanton, KS 66075, phone: 913-352-8727, cell: 913-669-9915, email: godsacre@ckt.net, web: skyviewfarm.net. Raw milk, cream, butter, yogurt, and mozzarella cheese from grassfed cows.

Princeton: Back To The Country Farm, Ferna Louden, 2590 Finney Terrace Princeton KS, phone: 785-937-2279, email: flouden@msn.com, web: BackToTheCountryFarm.com. Raw Jersey milk.

Pomona: Hickman Hills Ranch, Hickman Family, email: hickmanhillsranch@yahoo.com. Raw cow milk (choices of Jersey, Guernsey, or Ayrshire) and raw goat milk (choices of Lamancha or Saanen).

Russell: Good Karma Micro-Dairy, Erin & Doug Renard, phone: 785-483-1234, Facebook: www.facebook.com/goodkarmadairy. Jersey cows, Nubian goats, raw milk, cream, butter, yogurt, cheese, buttermilk, creme fraiche, eggs, artisan bread, and goat milk soaps. All animals grassfed on organic pasture. No chemicals, antibiotics, herbicides, pesticides, fungicides, or fertilizers used. Goat kids and calves for sale. Airbnb host.

Silver Lake: Deidrägo Dairy Goats, Megan Okeson, text: 402-238-5604, email: meganokeson@gmail.com web: www.deidrago.net. They raise Oberhasli and LaMancha dairy goats and have fresh milk and cheese (chevre and cheddar) available.

St. Mary’s: Bryant Family Farm offers a drive share for this area. See their full listing under Topeka.

Tonganoxie:

  • Screamin Oaks Farm, RR McCoy, PO Box 894, Tonganoxie KS 66086, phone: 913-845-2775. Raw goat milk.
  • Tonga Ridge Acres, John and Kathy Monahan, 24312 Sandusky Rd. Tonganoxie, KS 66086, phone: 913-845-2426 or 913-369-9142, email: jpklmon@sbcglobal.net. They sell raw goat milk, chevre cheese, and eggs.

Topeka: Bryant Family Farm, Tom Bryant Family, web: bryantfamilyfarm.com, email: tom@bryantfamilyfarm.com, phone: 785-872-BEEF. Fresh or frozen, no added-hormones Jersey cow and goat milk, 100 percent grassfed beef, pasture-raised chicken and turkey, pork, lamb, and eggs.

Udall: Faye Farms, Mark and Heather Faye, 4790 11th Rd. Udall, KS, web: fayefarms.com, email: fayefarms@wheatstate.com, phone: 620-82-3840. Raw Ayrshire milk, artisan soaps, pork, eggs, ground beef, and poultry.

Yoder: Borntrager Dairy, 10610 South Halstead St. Hutchinson, KS, phone: 620-615-2211 or 620-615-2259, email: info@borntragerdairy.com, web: https://borntragerdairy.com. Grassfed Dutch Belted cows; raw milk, cheese, cream, butter, yogurt, and kefir. Grassfed beef. Whey fed pork.

47 thoughts on “Kansas

  1. Any way to be able to list all of these locations on say a google map? I’m not familiar with the smaller towns and it’s hard to know what larger areas they are close to. A google map with POI’s of the farms would be a tremendous help for this site!

    • I agree. We got the site redesigned in January and I wanted that to be part of it. However, it’s bigger than that; I want farms to be able to submit, edit, and delete their listing via a form that I can moderate and approve, and that will be mapped , as well as the ability for users to rate and comment on the farms. The redesigners weren’t able to find something off the shelf and at the time we didn’t have the money for what it would take for this to be custom programmed. I’d like something similar to localharvest.org, which is custom built. I have people who are programmers occasionally express interest but I haven’t been able to find the combination of the right team for the right price yet. This is a part-time pursuit for me but could almost be a full time job so it’s hard to get this site doing everything I would like it to.

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