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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 Minnesota:


  • BlissBerry Dairy Goats, email: at milk@blissberry.com, web: BlissBerry.com. Fresh and frozen raw goat milk from their award-winning herd of purebred registered Nubian and LaMancha dairy goats. Disease free and TB tested free herd. Volume pricing available on orders of 10+ gallons. Also sell goat milk soap and lotion: BlissBerry Nubians and LaManchas Simply Bliss Soap, Alexandria, MN.
  • Fruitful Seasons Dairy, Hoffman family, 7917 Co. Rd. 4W SW, Alexandria, MN 56308, phone: 320-283-5134, email: mail@FruitfulSeasonsDairy.com, web: FruitfulSeasonsDairy.com. Small family farm has 15-20, 100 percent grassfed Jersey cows (with no plans to get bigger). Cows get zero grain. No GMOs, antibiotics, hormones, herbicides, or chemical fertilizers. Rotationally grazed, cows are moved 2-3x/day and eat hay in the winter. Other supplements include Redmond’s Real Salt, organic kelp, Agri-Dynamics minerals, raw apple cider vinegar, and organic molasses. Most of the raw milk is made into truly raw cheese May- early Nov. (only heated to 95-102 degrees F.) Cheese is aged at least 60 days before selling. Raw milk is available year-round directly off the farm to customers with their own containers. Other farm products include pastured eggs, whey-fed pork, pasture-raised broilers and 100 percent grassfed beef. Chickens and pigs get transitional organic grains and no soy. Call or email for availability.

Avon: Eichers Hobby Farm, phone: Theresa – 320-290-2757, Jerry- 320-249-2431, email: TheresaJerry@me.com, web: EichersHobbyFarm.com, EichersHobbyFarm.weebly.com, Facebook: Eichers Hobby Farm. A family run farm, with 20 acres in Avon, MN, and 80 acres in Bertha, MN, where they crop farm to feed their animals alfalfa. They also feed molasses and natural supplements. Not a licensed organic farm but practice as if they are. They raise goats, chickens, and have two Great Pyrenees dogs to protect their herd of goats. They all have a barn for shelter with fresh running water at all times and a large pasture to roam on. They raise Nubian, Saanen, Alpine, Boer, Toggenburg, Kiko and Oberhasli goats. Fresh and frozen raw goat milk available, and fresh artisan goat cheese produced in their licensed cheese processing plant on their Hobby Farm plant 27-121. They also offer face and body creams, lip cream, and soap. They sell products at farmers markets and stores, and you can also purchase on the farm in Avon.

Brownsville: Lampert Family Dairy, Ben and Nicole Lampert, phone: 507-724-2369/Nicole cell: 507-450-5491, email: regressivefarmer@gmail.com. They have a small herd of certified organic Jersey, Ayrshire, Milking Shorthorn, and Holstein cross-breeds. Cows are on pasture from May-Nov. and are fed dry, grassy hay in the winter months with some organic oats and barley. Cows are not fed any corn or soybeans. All feed and pasture are non-GMO with no chemicals applied. Cattle are also fed Agri-Dynamics minerals formulated by Jerry Bernetti. Milk is available at the farm only. Call for prices and directions.

Cokato: Nyquist GrassFed Dairy, David and Mariana Nyquist, 3790 Mitchell Ave. SW Cokato, MN 55321, Facebook : David and Mariana Nyquist Grass-Fed Dairy, phone (call or text): 320-310-6719, email: nyquistfarm@gmail.com. Small family dairy farm located 45 mi. West of the Twin Cities, milking 32-35 Brown Swiss, Milking Shorthorn cows. The cows use the rotational pasture in season and are fed hay in winter. All feed is non-GMO, no herbicides or chemical fertilizers used. Not an organic licensed farm but uses natural practices. They sell raw milk to local and Twin Cities customers. Price is $6/gallon in your own container transported in a cooler. Eggs also available and grassfed beef as whole animal or halves, quarters or less depending on your order. They use a local butcher that kills the animal while grazing. No shipping, so no stress on the animal, thus no toxins released in the meat.

Detroit Lakes: My Busy Acre (six miles SW of Detroit Lakes), phone: 218-850-3151, email: shirley3151@yahoo.com. Raw goat milk available beginning in March. $7.50/gallon or $2/quart.  Bring your own containers. Ask for Shirley.

Farmington/Hampton: Wellspring Organic Farms, south of the Twin Cities, email: wellspringorganicfarms@gmail.com. Wellspring Organic Farms has a small herd of Jersey A2 breed cows ($10/gallon) and Saanen A2 breed goats ($14/gallon) – bring your own containers. Everything on farm is non-GMO and soy free. Cows/goats are on organic pasture May-November and fed organic dry grass hay/oats/peas/barley in winter months. They also have available pastured chickens ($5/lb), pastured eggs ($5.50/dozen) and organic grassfed pastured raised Scottish Highland beef (whole, ½ or quarter) and hamburger ($8/pound).  They also offer Green Pasture products, pure ghee, and organic, non-GMO sprouted grains/flours (ground/milled the same day you pick up).

Floodwood: Johnstons Riverview Farm,  phone: 218-206-4440 or 218-591-5756, email: gcjohnston@frontiernet.net, Facebook: www.facebook.com/JohnstonsRiverviewFarm. A family owned and operated dairy and licensed cheese plant in northern Minnesota. Grassfed, raw milk is available year-round and is $5.50/gallon. Please call for cheese prices. Please contact by phone, email, or Facebook for more information.

Glencoe: Dunlooken Farm, Bev Nohr, 10585 Hwy 212, email: dunlookenfarm@yahoo.com. Raw milk from a herd of registered, show quality Saanen and Toggenburg dairy goats. Milk must be picked up at the farm. Fresh vegetables also available during the growing season as well as occasional eggs. Reader Comment: A reader spoke to the farmer and asked about how the goats are fed. The farmer said the goats get hay all year long as well as some feed which is mostly locally sourced, although the individual ingredients may not all be local, and he cannot confirm it is GMO-free. A few goats are fed organic grain. Please email the farm for more information.

Harris: Trytten Dairy, Craig & Vicki Trytten, phone: 507-450-4408. Trytten Dairy has provided raw milk for well over a decade. They continue to produce milk from their small mixed breed herd of approximately 80-85 percent DNA-tested A2 cattle. They also have cream and butter. They pasture the cattle as soon as the grass turns green in the spring until winter when they feed grass hay. They also feed some ground oats with Jerry Brunetti minerals and vitamins and top dress it with organic apple cedar vinegar. They are located just one mile off I-35 at the Harris exit just 6 miles north of North Branch.

Lake City: Laska Family Farm, Mike and Melissa Laska, 30657 670th Street, phone: 651-564-0150, email: laskamelissa@yahoo.com. They have Saanen and Alpine goats that graze on several acres of grass, with additional alfalfa hay, and a sweet feed. Also have milk for sale for soap and baby animals. $5/half gallon and $10/gallon.

Milaca: McCann Farm, Brian, 17442 100th Ave. Milaca, MN 56353, phone: 763-229-7294, email: bkmccann@frontiernet.net, web: mccanngoatfarm.com. Family run, grass-based farm offering raw goat milk, goat milk soap, pastured eggs, pastured poultry, grassfed beef, and meat goats. Call, email, or see website for more information.

Montgomery: Ann Rynda, email: ryndaville@gmail.com phone: 612-756-3466. A small grass-based dairy in the Montgomery/New Prague area. During the summer months the cows are kept on pasture grasses. During winter months they are fed a combination of hay, sweet corn silage, and grains from the local feed mill. Eggs from the neighbor CSA also available. Beef is available year-round. Call or email for more information.


  • Never Enough Farm, email: Keithvonderharr@gmail.com. Goat milk.
  • Traditional Dairy, Tracy, PO Box 4 Rush City, MN 55069, phone: 763-219-5885, email: oldfashionedtraditions@gmail.com, web: oldfashionedtraditions.com and traditionalgoats.com. Milk goats, sheep, and cows as well as meat animals. All forage based feeding, some grains fed during milking—non-GMO, no soy. Milk, cream, some cheeses, kefir, butter, and more available through farm pick up or member buying club. Grassfed and pastured meats, eggs, and vegetable CSA also available. Call anytime, leave message. They prefer a day’s notice for picking up farm products. Farm visits possible with notice. They are at some farmers markets each season as well.

Plato: Humble Beginnings Family Farm, Matt and Amy Crowell, 2506 90th St. Plato, MN 55350, phone: 507-621-1356, email: mattamycrowell@gmail.com, Facebook: humblebeginningsotp. Matt and Amy have a 50-acre farm and are about 30 minutes west of Eden Prairie. They milk a few registered Jersey cows. The cows’ diet is 95+ percent green grass from the time it is ready in the spring, until it is done in the fall. (April to November). The other months, they get grass hay that was made on their own land. Their land is not certified organic, but they do not use chemicals or chemical fertilizers. The other ~5 percent of their cows’ diet is oats, blackstrap molasses, and organic mineral (all are non-GMO). They sell milk by the gallon, $7. MN law stipulates you must pick up at the farm and have your own containers. They also have: grassfed beef and lamb, free range turkeys, pastured chickens, free range eggs. The poultry (turkeys, chickens, eggs) have a non-GMO grain supplement to their forage diet as well.

Princeton: JLG Natural Farm, Jim & Louise Gunnink, 35955 Jarvis St NW Princeton, MN 55371, phone: 763-244-0320, email: JLGNaturalfarms@gmail.com. They offer dairy, beef, chickens, and hogs, all grassfed, soy- and corn-free. Raw milk, cream, butter, beef, pork, eggs and chicken. Milk is $5/gallon.

Sacred Heart: Kane Family Farm, 84496 CR 10, Sacred Heart, MN 56285, email: KaneFamilyFarm@gmail.com. Kane Family Farm is a new project towards chemical free homesteading. Owners are career park rangers who home-school their children. Operation includes 18 acres of land with no chemical application in four years. Current operations include fully grazed dairy goats, free range chickens; broilers, eggs; and turkeys (no GMO supplement feed). Email for current products available and pricing, as availability changes seasonally.

Solway: WhipStaff Ranch and Rescue, 6185 Meadowview Rd. NW, Solway, MN 56678, phone: 218-467-3309, Facebook: WhipStaff-Ranch-and-Rescue-277415758121. Raw goat milk for sale direct to the public for human consumption and animal feeding. Customers must provide their own containers. They are a nonprofit animal rescue/sanctuary and rare breed livestock conservation society.

Southeastern MN: Kara Kahl Farm, (near Houston, MN), phone: 507-894-4745, email: dthompson@acegroup.cc or ekayet@hotmail.com, web: karakahlfarm.com. Complies with Minnesota statutes regarding raw milk sales. The farm maintains a purebred herd of registered dairy goats as Kara Kahl Alpines and Legendairy Toggenburgs, so they frequently have does and bucks for sale as well. Seasonal vegetables may also be available.

Willmar/Kerkhoven area: Prairie’s Edge Farms, Rich & Carol Radtke, 6755 135th Street NW, Kerkhoven, MN 56252 (10 miles west of Willmar), dedicated phone line just for milk customers: 320-523-MILK (6455), phone: 320-220-3235, email: farm@prairiesedgefarms.com, Facebook: PrairiesEdgeDairy. (10 miles west of Willmar). Small pasture-based family farm with 40+ acres of Certified Organic pastures. They sell raw goat and cow milk, cheese, soaps, dairy goats (so you can milk your own), pastured beef, pork, chicken, turkey, eggs, and other products. Minnesota law dictates that you must bring your own milk containers. They welcome visits and will show you around. Call before arriving.

Zimmerman: Wildeiche Bauernhof, email: derrekrudolph@gmail.com. Saanen and Lamancha dairy goats, chicken, cattle, eggs. They feed free choice alfalfa, and practice rotational grazing, supplementing the milking goats with a 16 percent locally grown grain ration. They avoid treating goats with chemicals and treat holistically first. Herdshares for milk available.

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  1. I am looking for raw goat’s milk within an hour of Apple Valley, MN. I have contacted many farms from this page through email and only one responded (the one that does not have milk available). I then made several phone calls and left messages but have not heard back from anyone, including the local weston price person recommended on this site. Isn’t there any way to find raw goat’s milk in my area? Why does no one respond?

    • Thanks for visiting the site and supporting raw milk. These listings are maintained part-time, so we rely on the suppliers to keep us updated, and they don’t always let us know if they aren’t operational any more. If you’ve been emailing people, you might try calling (and vice versa).

  2. I am looking for 100% grass fed and finished raw butter and cream from cow’s milk in MN. If anyone knows of a farmer/producer grass finishing these products, please reply with farm and contact info.

  3. I live in Coon Rapids and am looking for somewhere nearby to find raw milk. I’m also going through Detroit lakes this upcoming weekend so I could pick it up somewhere in DL as well?

    • I don’t know if you will see this reply because I just saw your request for raw milk. I only have raw goats milk but it is very good and just as healthful as cows milk if not more. My farm is called My Busy Acre. Call me at 218-850-3151 ask for Shirley. I am listed in the farms for Minnesota.

  4. Old fashioned traditions has great products but it’s a terrible business. Tracie is very ride uses profanity. It is such an unorganized mess. Ur lucky when u get what u paid for.

    • We err on the side of listing farmers who have raw milk, unless there are complaints about safety that we are able to follow up on, in the interest of helping the most people possible get access to raw milk. There are many places where there are not many choices. Not every farmer provides great customer service. Not everyone has the same opinion of what constitutes great customer service. Not everyone is offended by profanity (or they’re willing to put up with it if they really need their raw milk!). I’m publishing your comment so people can adjust their expectations about customer service and if it is a problem, maybe the farmer will also see this and make some changes. Thanks for writing.

  5. Farmers provide the information for their listings. I have checked Old Fashioned Traditions’ website and Facebook page and did not find an address. It may be that Ogilvie is the largest community this farm serves so it makes sense for them to be listed under Ogilvie for customers in Minnesota seeking raw milk. Some farmers also do not want to provide their physical address on the site because government organizations have used this site to find and harass raw milk farmers.

    I am publishing your customer service comments though.

  6. Beware that Old Fashioned Traditions deliveries will be erratic at best, if at all. Many reasons and excuses are offered for inconsistent weekly deliveries. Some weeks there have been no deliveries. They definitely need a working back up plan for uninterrupted service to customers depending on them. However, the products are delicious!

  7. Thanks for commenting. Since the time that original comment was posted the dairy you mentioned had asked to be removed from our site (many suppliers do this for a variety of reasons). We missed their mention in the original comment, but have since updated it. Please ask anyone contacting you about this supplier to reach out to you directly. Thanks for your input and understanding.

    • Mike,
      This is in response to your GMO question. This link discusses the difference between non-GMO and organically grown labels. I hope this helps. {All USDA certified organic produce, grains, meats, and processed foods do not allow the use of GMOs.

      What does the organic certification mean?

      Processed foods with 95%-100% certified organic ingredients can be certified to use the USDA Organic Seal. The other 5% like salt and water cannot contain GMOs.
      Prohibits use of chemical fertilizers, synthetic substances, irradiation, sewage sludge, or GMOs in organic production.
      Prohibits antibiotic and synthetic hormone use in organic meat and poultry.
      Requires 100% organic feed for organic livestock.
      Verification is maintained through 3rd party inspectors’ annual site inspections, organic system plan review, and residue testing.*…} http://blog.bostonorganics.com/wordpress/2013/10/24/avoid-gmos-the-difference-between-organic-and-non-gmo-labels

  8. raw milk is what you need not pasturized, don’t heat it at home. this way you preserve the antibodies in the milk, 10% of the antibodies pass into the blood stream and add immunity to the child or the sick.
    whey is better than milk, especially fermented whey, don’t throw the whey to the pigs, dry it as powder or make aged cheese with it, first milk is great for antiibodies immunity, all ailments Aptamil baby formula is first milk.

  9. My son has been on Poplar Hill milk since 4 months. He has had health problems since very soon after starting this milk. Candida, bloated gut, poor sleep patterns, horrible bowel movements. I was devastated when I found out that PH uses GMO’s. My son is now 22 months. We have struggled through these issues for 18 months. Do I believe that this milk is the catalyst for these problems? YES… Since my son does not consume ANY grains or cow dairy. He is on 100% organic fruits and vegetables and 100% grassfed beef and free range no soy chicken.

    Do I have hard evidence? No… I understand that farmers are in an IMPOSSIBLY difficult position right now. Do they pay more for organic non gmo feed and then have to pass on that price to their customers? I say ABSOLUTELY. There is a false system that has Americans believing that food is cheap and there is plenty of it. I have now found a farmer that is Non-GMO, No Soy, No Hormones, No Antibiotics. We have just started to get her milk from her goats and we will see how my son improves. I am absolutely sick that I fed my son SOY AND GMO milk for the first precious months of his life. I wish I would have been warned that they use GMO’s. The heartache, sleepless nights, and pain that might have been spared is immeasurable.

    • I shared your comment with Sally Fallon Morell, who replied, “Thanks for your letter and keep us posted on your son. It could be the soy being fed the goats, not because it is GMO. Remember that Real Milk is mostly grass fed, with the animals getting little if any grain.”

      • Thank you WebMaster for sharing that with Sally. It irritates me to no end that PH does not disclose that they use soy and corn GMO’s. In fact it irritates me that they are listed on this site at all, but that may be my experience talking. At any rate I am now getting all my milks and dairy from Tracy’s Paradise Produce and in the last 72 hours since I picked up the new milk my son has slept 2x as much as he did before and his belly bloat is receding. I do NOT believe this is a coincidence. My son has had more smiley hours since Friday than sad or cranky hours. IT MAKES A DIFFERENCE!

        • Hi Joy, Since the move off the old farm (named Paradise Pines for many years) I changed the farm name.

          Also, do you think it is the goat milk or the colostrum that helped more? I have not caught up enough to get more colostrum saved yet but hope to soon. I had 28 does kid in about a week. lol


        • Hello, I live in Minneapolis, Mn. and am having one heck of a time trying to find real organic and raw milk! There are several health issues within my family- depression, overweight (even though I eat “healthy”) etc. I am desperately trying to find sources around my neck of the woods that will benefit my family as well as the farmer. Can anyone help me with finding this please..

        • I live in the twin cities area and would love to find a farm that sells whole milk near me. We are actually very close to the Wisconsin Minnesota line over near Lakeland, Minnesota.

      • GMO’s are a huge contributor to allergies. I know several people who are allergic to soy when it’s GMO, but not when it’s organic or fermented, like in soy sauce. I wished I would have known more about this Goat Milk when my daughter drank it her 1st year, since I cannot produce my own milk. Anyway. Since soy is a pseudo estrogen, it is not recommended, organic or not…again, unless it is fermented, like in soy sauce or tofu.

    • Correct me if I’m wrong, but I didn’t think babies were supposed to have cow’s milk before age 1? Is that only if the milk is processed,pasteurized, etc?

      • Babies should not have other animals’ (certified organic) raw milk until they are weaned from their mothers’ breast. I gave my eldest son raw cow and raw goat milk at 22.5 months, when I weaned him. He drank it until he was around age 4-5. He has the best teeth and dental arches out of all my children. Make sure you know the farm/s, see the animals, the pastureland, the barns, etc. and especially, see how the milk is handled before you get into any long-term situation.

      • Yes, that’s what I’ve read in places such as the Weston A. Price Foundation website, that babies can safely consume RAW milk, whether cow or goat. However, to use it as a substitute for formula, one must dilute it with water and add several different healthy oils, lactose, and a few other nutrients.

  10. Thanks for your suggestion. We only post farms who’ve requested to be listed because this site gets a lot of attention, more than some farmers care for (whether it’s harassment by state officials, or simply overwhelming demand from customers). Please encourage the farmer to submit a listing and we’ll include them!

    • I’m not sure if he means there is a branch of Seneca that is in his area …? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seneca_Foodshttp://www.thefreelibrary.com/GREEN+GIANT+ENTERS+ALLIANCE+WITH+SENECA+FOODS+FOR+PROCESSING+OF+ITS…-a015959996 … “… “Green Giant is a healthy and growing business, and the actions we are announcing today will continue to strengthen our position in the market,” said Paul S. Walsh, CEO of Pillsbury. “More than ever we are in a position to concentrate on product development and marketing and let our processing partners do what they do best. We will also enhance our status as the industry’s low-cost producer.
      “We are committed to a direction that will make Green Giant more market-driven and a bigger contributor to shareholder value. Green Giant is a great brand that we can make even greater,” he said.
      Kraig H. Kayser, President and CEO of Seneca Foods, commented: “We are enthusiastic about this alliance and about our involvement with Green Giant. The quality of the company and its people is outstanding.”
      The production facilities that will close are located in Ripon, Wisc.; Beaver Dam. Wisc.; Hoopeston, Ill.; and LeSueur, Minn. Although production in LeSueur will end, Green Giant will maintain facilities dedicated to biotechnology, variety seed development, and agricultural services in that community and in the company’s major technical facility in Minneapolis. Another facility in Belvidere, Ill., will cease seasonal production only.
      Facilities being sold to Seneca are located in Mayville, Wisc.; Dayton, Wash.; Buhl, Id.; Glencoe, Minn.; Montgomery, Minn.; and Blue Earth, Minn. Agricultural operations based in Ripon and Belvidere will also be transferred to Seneca.
      Seneca plans to invest approximately $50 million in integrating facilities, and will add a Green Giant executive to its Board of Directors.
      In order to maintain brand integrity, stringent requirements have been written into the agreement. These include policies for the maintenance of Green Giant quality standards; and guidelines governing the use of proprietary variety seeds, as well as production technology.
      At the close of this agreement, Green Giant will operate 9 facilities, down from a current base of 19. …”

          • Judith and everyone else–not all the posts are linking to replies so it is hard if not impossible to contact you through this board. If you want specific info, email me. My email is listed in my post and most of the other posts I have left. Your emails are not. There is no way to contact you in any way to get specific information to you.


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