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Important Message to All Raw Milk Producers and Consumers:
The Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund (FTCLDF) protects your right to provide and obtain raw milk. All raw milk producers should be members of the FTCLDF and we strongly encourage all raw milk consumers to help protect their access to raw milk by becoming consumer members as well.

US Listings (Click State Below) | Other Countries
Commercial Availability of Real Milk | Online Ordering
Important Notes about the Listings | How to Add, Update, or Remove a Listing

US Listings–Click on a state and the listings will appear below the Notes.

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Important Notes about the Listings

  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 Massachusetts:

For further listings and activism for raw milk in Massachusetts, please visit Northeast Organic Farming Association, and their Massachusetts Raw Milk Network.

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

  • 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; and raw yogurt, kefir and cheese from 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. They are a private buying club; $25/year to create an account and purchase with Visit for details or to become a member.

Chilmark: The Grey Barn, 22 South Road Chilmark, MA 02557, phone: 508-645-4854, web: The Grey Barn is a 100-acre Certified Organic farm on Martha’s Vineyard. The small herd of heritage breed Dutch Belted cows are raised on 100 percent grass and produce raw milk that is sold in reusable glass bottles at the farm. The farm stand is open seven days a week and is stocked with other farm products such as cheese, beef, pork, and eggs.

Dartmouth: Paskamansett Farms, 742 Tucker Rd., Dartmouth MA 02747, phone: 508-990-7859, web:, email: Licensed raw milk.

Foxboro: Oake Knoll Ayrshires, Terri Lawton, email: 280-year old family farm is a licensed raw milk retailer selling grassfed, pasture-based raw milk year-round. No BST, antibiotics, or chemicals on the pasture. Holistic management. Milk tested monthly; results available online and at the farm. In the old barn, visitors can purchase cheese, eggs, grassfed beef, maple syrup, and homemade soap.

Franklin: Hoffmann Farm, Nick Hoffmann, 10 Hoffmann Farm Rd. Franklin, MA 02038, phone: 508-934-6902, email:, Facebook: HoffFarm. Grassfed raw milk Ashyires and Jerseys.

Gill: Upinngil land of milk and honey, 411 Main Road Gill, MA, phone: 413-863-2297, email: Ayrshire cattle grazed on Certified Organic pastures, winter feed of hay and haylage and farm raised Certified Organic grains. Milk available in gallons, half-gallon (glass or plastic), and quarts. Farm store open year-round with milk, cheeses, honey, and farm raised flour and produce. Seasonal farmstand with fresh fruits and vegetables.


  • Mill Valley Milk Company, Bruce Jenks, 102 Mill Valley Road Hadley, MA 01035, phone: 413-387-0097, email:, web: Small herd of registered Brown Swiss cows provides fresh raw milk bottled daily. The cows are pastured year-round on a historical 400-acre farm. Supplemented with farm grown hay in winter and an organic, GMO-free mix which provides them minerals and nutrients. Farm store open every day and features raw milk, farm-raised Angus beef, their own Maple Valley ice cream, butter, eggs, cheese, local honey, and a variety of local products. Visitors welcome to meet the cows and tour the facility.
  • Cook Farm, com. Raw milk.

Hardwick: Robinson Farm, Ray and Pam Robinson, web:, email: Diversified, Certified Organic, 35-cow grassfed dairy. Also selling yogurt, raw cheese including aged “Robinson Family Swiss,” beef, rose veal, eggs, perennials, vegetables, and hay.

Hawley: Sidehill Farm, Amy Klippenstein and Paul Lacinski, 58 Forget Rd., phone: 413-339-0033, web:, email: Sidehill’s friendly Normande and Jersey cows graze Certified Organic pastures all summer and eat Certified Organic hay and baleage in the winter. Milk is available in half gallon glass bottles, and gallon and half gallon plastic jugs. Farm shop is open every day year-round with raw milk, yogurt, sour cream, paneer, grassfed beef, and pastured pork (pork in fall and winter only) all produced right on the farm, as well as other local farm products including cheese, pickles, sauerkraut, kimchi, granola, and ice cream.

Martha’s Vineyard: Mermaid Farm and Dairy, 9 Middle Road, Chilmark MA 02535, phone: 508-645-3492, email: In season (May-October) their cow(s) are on organic pasture. They may get another cow if there is enough interest.

Mendon: Greener Acres Farm, Peter Hawkes, 51 Pleasant St. Mendon, MA, 01756, phone: 508-473-9842, email:, web:, Facebook: Greener Acres Farm. 275 Jersey cows. They sell raw milk ($7), eggs, meat, honey, maple syrup, etc. Store hours are Monday-Saturday 8 am-7 pm.

Monterey: Blue Hill Farm, Sean Stanton (farmer), phone: 413-429-6598, email: Raw whole milk from 100 percent grassfed cows available for sale at the farm. Call or visit year-round.

Orange: The Little White Goat Dairy Heritage Fields Farm, Rachel Scherer, 309 Gidney Rd. Orange, MA 01364, phone: 978-790-1240, web: They follow biological farming principles in pasture and herd management. Lamancha dairy goats are milked seasonally in their state licensed Grade A dairy where they sell raw milk on the farm. Call or text to arrange pickup.

Pepperell: Herb Hill Micro-Dairy, Lucy McKain, 16B Brookline Street Pepperell, MA 01463, phone: 978-888-8005, email:, web: They sell raw goat milk from Lamancha, Toggenburgs, and Nubian milkers. Goats are out on pastures in season.

Russell: Cream of the Crop Farm, Jerald Reinford, 601 Blandford Rd., phone: 413-297-6037, email: The farm is in the process of becoming Certified Organic with their grassfed Jersey cows. Raw milk is sold at $8/gallon but they also have volume purchase discounts, encouraging folks to network together. Their farm store is open 7 am – 7 pm Monday – Saturday. They also offer tours by appointment. Please email them with any questions.

Sandisfield: Herdshare, Brigitte Ruthman, phone: 860-671-0327. Raw milk available through herdshare contracts, not retail sales. Call for more information.

Warren: Rocky Acres Farm, The Richardson family, 690 Coy Hill Road, phone: 413-436-5806, email:, web: Grass based, seasonal dairy from March until end of December. No hormones or antibiotics. They sell raw milk in gallons and halves. Bottled fresh for your order.

West Newbury: Artichoke Dairy, Bruce A. Colby (owner), Rogers St. West Newbury, MA 01985, email:, web: Milk sold by the half-gallon. Hours: 9 am to 7 pm, seven days a week.

Williamstown: Cricket Creek Farm, Sabot Family, 1255 Oblong Rd. Williamstown, MA 01267, phone: 413-458-5888, email:, web: Selling raw milk by the gallon and half-gallon containers in their farm store, which is open from 7 am to 8 pm, seven days a week.

20 thoughts on “Massachusetts

  1. I am searching for raw milk/cheese from grass-fed goat and cows. No Holsteins.Jersey or others okay. Live in Wakefield MA. Willing to cross over to NH if farm is close enough. Will benefit my health immensely.


    • April, Brookford Farm from Cantebury NH, is at the Salem NH Farmers Market, every Sunday, from 10-2, at the Mary Fiske School (exit 2 off 93N), (indoors for the winter). I get all my raw dairy from them weekly. Milk, cheese, quark, yogurt, kefir, and cream. Awesome choices in cheeses.

  2. Some of these are outdated. Some of these places do not exist. Not enough information given on others. I wish this site would at least let you put your zip code in to search nearest 20 or 60 miles instead of having to Google every individual listing. MA isn’t that big but some of these small towns I’ve never heard of.

    • I’m researching ways to get the listings google-mapped but it’s a huge undertaking. We have only the information provided by farmers or in some cases customers, and they don’t always tell us when they go out of business. I hope to move to a system where a farmer must fill in a form that requires a certain minimum set of information.

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