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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.
  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 Missouri:

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

  • Clearview Valley Farm: an Amish family farm in Quarryville, PA, that can ship directly to your door. Offering grassfed food nationwide at www.clearviewvalleyfarm.com or feel free to contact the farmer directly at 717-786-0877 or email Abnerlapp@gmail.com.  All the products are free of chemicals, soy, antibiotics and hormones, They sell 100 percent raw A2 cows milk from Jersey cows, 15 different kinds of cheese, butter, yogurt, kefir, heavy cream, and sour cream. Raw goat and sheep milk. Soy-free pastured eggs, (brown and blue-green). 100 percent grassfed beef and veal. Pork, lamb, turkey, rabbit, and chicken. Sausage, steaks, bone broths, ground meats, and jerky. A private membership association. Contact them to become a member.

Adair County:

  • KirksvilleOur Maker’s Acres, serves this area. See full listing under Purdin (Linn County).

Barry County:

  • Monett: Hudson Creek Farm, Joanne Smith, phone: 417-846-3416, email: hudsoncreekfarm@gmail.com, Facebook: hudsoncreekfarm. They are a small family farm offering raw, grassfed Nigerian Dwarf goat milk; pastured, no-soy, organic chicken eggs; organic, heirloom garden starts and produce. Contact for availability and pickup times.

Bates County:

  • Rich Hill: Back Acres Farm, The Guenther family, Rich Hill, MO, phone: 417-395-4983, email: fjsmg@klmtel.net. Raw milk from Jersey cross cows and Nubian/Alpine/Saanen goats. Their animals are mostly grassfed, and what grain is fed is sprouted first, to release the enzyme inhibiting factors, thus increasing the nutrient value of the grain. They never use distiller’s grain. Animals are grazed on annually soil tested pasture, with minerals, etc. added accordingly. Also, probiotics, and mineral supplements are given regularly. Milk sold by the half-gallon and gallon.

Bollinger County:

  • Patton Junction: Green’s Garden, Jct. Hwy 72 and 51, phone: 573-866-2204, Facebook: greensgarden12. Raw goat milk from grassfed goats supplemented with Certified Organic grains. No antibiotics or chemical dewormers. Goats are milked by hand. Milk sold by the half-gallon and available with advance ordering. Also available: brick oven whole grains bakery, organically grown vegetables, organic pork.

Boone County:

  • Columbia: 
  • RocheportFed From The FarmRocheport Buying Club Pickup, 700 1st Street Rocheport, MO 65279, phone 660-620-9052, web: Fedfromthefarm.com. 100 percent grassfed raw milk, meat and eggs. Everything non-GMO and pasture-raised.
  • Sturgeon: Soggy Bottom Farms and Fabrication, Dusty R Dudek/Audra M Davila, Address: 1400 East Highway CC Sturgeon, MO 65284, phone: 319-930-1900 (8am-8pm Monday-Saturday) If no answer please leave a short message with name and number, email: drdudek81@gmail.com, Facebook: www.facebook.com/soggybottomfarmsandfabrication. They raise registered Nigerian Dwarf goats. They are pasture raised, with daily alfalfa, and a 16 percent dairy goat ration locally sourced from an Amish feed mill about 10 miles away. They are not Organic or non-GMO/soy free. They are raised as natural as possible. Milking season starts mid to late April until late October/early November. If before or after this time, call anyway and get on the list. Call to place order and arrange pickup/delivery. If using email or Facebook messenger please leave order and phone number for call back, all orders must be confirmed by phone. Raw goat milk: $5/half gallon, $10/gallon; $5-$12 container deposit. Cage=free eggs: $3.00/dozen. They offer farm tours by appointment only. SBF&F will be at the Orr Street Farmers’ and Artisans’ Market  (126 N 10th St. Columbia, MO 65201) starting 4-28-19 @ 9am. This season’s kids will be there for a meet and greet as well. Milk orders can be picked up after the market closes at 1pm. They will only have what has been ordered, no extras will be available, but can take orders for the following Sunday’s market.

Cape Girardeau County:

  • Cape Girardeau: Family Friendly Farm, Matthew and Rachel Fasnacht, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 (10 min N of Cape Girardeau), phone: 573-382-3844, email: info@familyfriendlyfarm.com, web: familyfriendlyfarm.com. Milk from 100 percent grassfed Jerseys. Available with the cream on top in a glass jar. The cattle are machine milked and the milk is quickly bottled. They also raise and sell pastured/grassfed chicken, eggs, pork, and beef, as well as aquaponic vegetables and fish. All humanely raised without antibiotics or hormones on pasture. Check website for store dates and times.

Cass County:

  • Harrisonville: New Beginning Farm, Jared Heid, phone: 406-939-4194. Jersey and Jersey/Guernsey cows and a Saanen goat. Grassfed, grazed rotationally. Hay and small amount of corn at milking. Free choice minerals 24/7. Butter, yogurt, cow milk by the gallon. Goat milk by the quart or half-gallon. All glass jars. Farm tour upon request.

Christian County:

  • Nixa: Granny’s Best Goat Dairy, Brenda and Carlos Rees, 1874 W Guin Rd. Nixa, MO, 65714, phone: (417) 576-5933, email: reesgardens@gmail.com, web: grannysbest.blogspot.com\. The farm owners have nine years of experience raising and milking dairy goats and two years of experience owning a Grade A goat dairy and cheese plant. The farm has Lamancha dairy goats raised on pasture using natural methods of care. The goats are given a small amount of non-GMO oats at milking time. They never receive hormones. They have access to mineral supplements and deep well water. The goats are milked under sanitary conditions by machine with an inline filter. The milk is quickly chilled and held in a stainless-steel Muller bulk tank. Raw milk is offered in new half gallon plastic jugs at $9/gallon ($4.50/half gallon). Please call for an appointment to purchase milk. The goats are usually somewhere close by so you can see them when you come for milk. Baby goats are also available to pet in the spring.

Clay County:

  • GladstoneBe Whole Again Family Farm, delivers to this area. See their full listing under Kansas City.
  • Excelsior Springs: Jenny’s Farm, off Hwy 116 in Polo, MO, phone: 785-202-2704 (call or text). Family farm with a small herd of dairy goats that are raised on pasture with no hormones, antibiotics, or medicines of any kind, $12/gallon, sold in half gallon or gallon plastic jugs, but will sell to you in their mason jars for $2 per jar.
  • Holt: Redbrush Acres, Amanda, (64048–30 minutes north of downtown KC), email: Deerhuntr75@gmail.com, phone: 816-826-6590. Small, sustainable farm that produces raw milk from Jersey cows year round, free-range eggs, free-range domestic rabbits, chicken, pork, and beef. They feed pesticide-free hay. No hormones, pesticides, antibiotics, or animal by-products used. Raw milk is free of corn, soy, wheat and GMO feeds.
  • KearneyBe Whole Again Family Farm, delivers to this area. See their full listing under Kansas City.
  • Liberty:
    • Liberty Hills Farm, Bruce and Tammy Hale, (just outside of Liberty), phone: 816-206-3434, email: LibertyHillsFarmemail@gmail.com. They have a herd of Jersey and Guernsey cows, rotated through green pastures of sweet clover all summer and fed hay and alfalfa during the winter. No hormones, antibiotics, or GMOs used. Natural de-wormers and apple cider vinegar are used as a preventative regimen. All milking is done with a machine following a strict protocol. Raw milk available in half gallon and gallon glass jars. Weekly deliveries are made to Liberty, North Kansas City, Independence, Lee’s Summit, and just outside of Overland Park, Kansas or you are welcome to call and schedule an appointment to come to the farm.
    • Our Maker’s Acres, serves this area. See full listing under Purdin (Linn County).

Cole County:

  • Jefferson City area:
    • Curious George Farms,George and Annie Wolfe, 7606 Scott Rd. Russellville, MO 65074, phone: 573-680-7085, email: Annecthill@gmail.com. Currently milking Oberhaesli and Nubian milk goats, all fed non-GMO corn and oats and home grown; no chemical fertilizers or pesticides, grass hay. $6/half gallon. Waiting for Guernsey, Jersey and Brown Swiss dairy cows to freshen for spring of 2017. Also free range brown eggs, nationally certified healthy and humane pork, grassfed and/or non-GMO cornfed beef whole half or quarter and goats. Email for more info or call George at the phone number above to schedule meat processing.
    • Fed From The FarmJefferson City Buying Club Pickup. Location TBA, Jefferson City, MO 65101, phone 660-620-9052, web: https://fedfromthefarm.com. 100 percent grassfed raw milk, meat and eggs. Everything non-GMO. Home delivery available
    • Susie’s Farm, Tebbetts, MO (10 miles from Jefferson City), phone: 573-418-9933, Facebook: susiesdairy. They machine milk a small herd of registered Jersey cows and a handful of goats. Some cows have tested A2/A2, they have not tested them all. Animals are pastured year-round (grass, hay, and alfalfa), and a custom mixed grain ration (locally grown corn and soy protein, non-GMO when available) is fed at milking. Cow milk is available year-round and is $5/gallon. Goat milk is seasonal, call for price and availability. Broiler chickens, beef, and milkfed hogs are sometimes available. They also sell family cows. Delivery for milk is available, a weekly delivery is already established to Jefferson City and Fulton.

Cooper County:

  • Blackwater: Hill Valley Organics, phone: 660-238-1274, email: fifthdairy@hotmail.com. Farm and livestock are Certified Organic. Raw milk from cows fed organic forage/grain. Call to place an order. Building routes along I-70.
  • BoonvilleFed From The FarmOn Farm Pickup. 13906 Osage Valley Rd. Boonville, MO 65233, phone: 660-620-9052, web: Fedfromthefarm.com. 100 percent grassfed raw milk, meat and eggs. Everything non-GMO. Home delivery available.

Crawford County:

  • Cuba/Union/Viburnum: Delivery from Elijah’s Farm, LLC. See their listing in this county under Steelville.
  • Steelville: Elijah’s Farm LLC, Brian and Melissa Estep, phone: 573-743-3212 or 573-218-0110, email: estepbs@misn.com. Raw milk available from Jersey cows, on pasture all day except for milking time. No chemicals used on pasture. Cows are antibiotic and hormone free. At milking time, cows are fed fodder grass grown from organic barley seed; no pesticides nor GMOs used. Cows have been tested and qualify for the A2/A2 genetics. Milk is $10/gallon, $5/half gallon. Also available: raw milk from A2/A1 cows, who receive a scoop of supplemental non-soy grain at milking time, $7/gallon; $3.50/half gallon. They keep the grain to a minimum–very light supplementation in spring and summer, more in fall and winter. Bucket milkers are broken down to the smallest part after each milking, then scrubbed and washed thoroughly with mild dish liquid; no harsh chemicals or acids used. Delivery is available from along I-44, to South St. Louis, all around the city up to Florrissant and O’Fallon, MO. New delivery drop locations can be added with a minimum order of 7 gallons. Delivery is made twice weekly; milk is very fresh. Reliable supplier serving the St. Louis area for over 10 years. Located in Mark Twain National forest near Viburnum. Pastured pork and beef also available. Farm visits welcome–come see us during your Steelville floating vacation!
  • Viburnum:
    • Liberty Farms Organics, LLC, Bill and Judy, Viburnum, MO 65566, phone: 573-244-3381, email: libertyfarms.organics@yahoo.com. Nubian and Nubian/Lamancha crossed dairy goats. Animals are never given any hormones, vaccines, chemical wormers, antibiotics or pharmaceuticals. Everything animals eat is either grown there or is labeled as being Certified Organic, exceptions being sea salt, minerals and chemical-free hay they feed from off-farm. Their non-chemical method of worming includes herbal wormer, organic pumpkin seeds/rose hips/sunflower seeds/garlic/dolomite/kelp and rotational grazing. The herd is kept small to reduce overgrazing. Water is from on-farm spring. Hand milking is in separate area of barn and chilled immediately. Raw organic goat milk available with advance ordering beginning March in pints, quarts or half gallons. Deposits on all jars needed, unless your own clean jars are furnished. Fertilized soy-free eggs from free-range chickens available with advance ordering (washed/unwashed). The same natural/organic raising methods/practices as described for goats are used for raising chickens, except chickens have free-choice Certified Organic grain mixed onsite. organic goat milk soap available, too. Please send email or call (10am – 7pm) for prices and delivery/pickup information. Raw (unpasteurized) goat milk – $4/pint, $8/quart, available for pick up by appointment.

Dade County:

  • Everton:
    • Losing Creek Farm, (north of Everton), email: losingcreekfarm@gmail.com. Small family farm offering raw milk from Lamancha dairy goats and cows. Grassfed beef/goat available seasonally. CAE/CL free herd.
    • Turn Back Farm, Lesley, phone: 417-880-0673, email: turnbackfarm@gmail.com. Turn Back Farm is offering raw goat milk from their Nubian and Kinder herd. They have gallon and half gallon sizes available. Their goats are rotationally grazed on pasture and given free choice hay and a small portion of grain during milking. They strive for a natural, chemical-free farm as much as possible. Eggs, goat meat and lamb (on the hoof), wool, Nubian goats, Kinder goats, Babydoll sheep, Icelandic chickens and Blue Orpington chickens breeding stock also available at times.

Dallas County:

  • Buffalo: Vanderosa Farm, email: vanderosafarm@gmail.com, web: goatmilk.weebly.com. Family owned and operated farm in rural Dallas County just east of Buffalo, MO. They offer fresh or frozen raw milk (goat and cow) and raw milk yogurt (goat and cow), Chevre (goat milk cheese), and goat milk soaps.

DeKalb County:

  • MaysvilleKade Acres, phone: 816-248-4453, We sell fresh cow milk by the quart or gallon.  Please call or text for more information.
  • Weatherby: Heaven on Earth Ranch, Keith and Sandi Bentz phone: 816-632-8606, email: keith.bentz@heaven-on-earth.us, web: www.heaven-on-earth.us,  Facebook: heavenonearthranch. Pasture-raised crossbred Nubian, Alpine, and Kiko goats. Machine milked twice daily. Stored in glass jars and cooled right after milking. Milk is stirred twice daily to prevent cream from staying on top. Milk price is $8/gallon. They are a small family farm offering raw goat milk, cheeses, and butter. Milk sold by the quart, half gallon or gallon. Milk delivery in Cameron and Hamilton. Call for drop off dates. All sales must originate on farm. Pasture-raised goat meat, poultry and eggs also available. As well as grassfed purebred longhorn beef, and pasture-raised pork. Goat meat sold as whole animal, chicken as whole, pork as half or whole, beef in quartered, half or whole. Call for availability. Farm hours: Monday – Sat, 8 am to 8 pm. Tours available during farm hours. Cheese making classes available on request. They raise their animals in a multi-species management intensive grazing setting. Each animal complements each other and the forage that they are raised on. You can also find Heaven on Earth at the Hamilton Farmers Market on Fridays.

Franklin County:

  • Washington:
    • Elijah’s Farm, LLC, delivers to this area. See full listing under Steelville (Crawford County).
    • Fed From The FarmWashington Buying Club Pickup, 1507 1st Pkwy. Washington, MO 63090, phone 660-620-9052, web: Fedfromthefarm.com. 100 percent grassfed raw milk, meat and eggs. Everything non-GMO and pasture-raised.

Greene County:

  • Republic: Dennis and Debbie Sanders, 4804 South Farm Road 53 Republic, MO 65738, phone: 417-207-1473 (call or text), email: dsandersfarms@msn.com, They sell raw, quick-cooled Nubian goat milk. Pastured dairy goats, non-GMO alfalfa hay. Goats and milk are tested clean, on a regular basis. Hormone-free, all-natural, grain-fed, free-choice minerals. Prices are $8/gallon with pickup at the farm per your convenience. Handmade goat milk soap also available. Phone calls welcome!
  • Springfield/Seymour: Painted Blessings, phone: 417-299-1357, email: milkingmaiden@gmail.com, web: www.paintedblessings.webs.com. Goat milk, cheese, yogurt and soaps. Goat milk from does on pasture and fed non-GMO feed, minerals and herbs. No hormones, pesticides or antibiotics used while milk is being sold. Herbal medicinals only as needed. Farm has over 15 years of experience. $10/gallon, includes container, no jar deposit. Herbed cheese and yogurt made to order. On farm pick up or weekly deliveries to Springfield and Ozark areas.

Howell County:

  • West Plains: Happy Goat Creamery, phone: 417-274-4865. They offer raw goat milk from Lamancha goats and delivery to West Plains city limits. They are on Facebook, and they offer a free sample pint to new customers.

Jackson County:

  • Blue Springs: Fed From The FarmBlue Springs Buying Club Pickup. 600 NE Coronado Dr, Blue Springs, 64014, phone 660-620-9052, web: Fedfromthefarm.com. 100 percent grassfed raw milk, meat and eggs. Everything non-GMO and pasture-raised.
  • BrooksideBe Whole Again Family Farm, delivers to this area. See their full listing under Kansas City.
  • Grain Valley: Peaceful Hills Farm, Dan and Ava West, 32506 E. Murphy School Rd. Grain Valley, MO 64029, phone: 816-408-8084, web: www.peacefulhillsfarm.com. A grass-based farm, milking Jersey cows. Cows are fed a high quality non-GMO feed. They customize the ration to ensure cows get the right balance of nutrients, vitamins, minerals, and probiotics. Ration changes along with forage from season to season. They use homeopathic and natural treatments on their animals. They deliver to Lee’s Summit, Kansas City, and Parkville. Customers can also visit their farm store in Grain Valley. They sell milk in half gallon milk bottles, as well as free range eggs and Animal Welfare Approved pasture raised pork. Expansion planned to raise free range chickens and turkeys in 2017.
  • Independence:
    • Fed From The FarmIndependence Buying Club Pickup,1525 East 23rd St. Independence, MO 64055, phone 660-620-9052, web: Fedfromthefarm.com. 100 percent grassfed raw milk, meat and eggs. Everything non-GMO and pasture-raised.
    • Liberty Hills Farm, Bruce and Tammy Hale, delivers here. See their full listing under Liberty (Clay County).
  • Lee’s Summit:
    • Fed From The FarmLee’s Summit Buying Club Pickup, 651 SE Oldham Pkwy. Lee’s Summit, MO 64081, phone 660-620-9052, web: Fedfromthefarm.com. 100 percent grassfed raw milk, meat and eggs. Everything non-GMO and pasture-raised.
    • Liberty Hills Farm, Bruce and Tammy Hale, delivers here. See their full listing under Liberty (Clay County).
  • Sibley, WJW Farm, (30 miles ENE of downtown Kansas City), phone: 816-719-5701, email: wjwfarm@gmail.com. Brown Swiss milk daily, $5/gallon. Cows are on pasture with a small portion of grain at milking time. No hormones or antibiotics used. Also available Berkshire pork, Gelbvieh beef, heritage turkeys, free-range eggs.

Jasper County:

  • Carthage: Marlee’s Creamery, just outside Carthage, MO (30 minutes from Kansas and OK), phone: 417-358-9381, email: marleecreamery@live.com. This dairy is a small family farm and has been producing bulk Grade A milk for more than 10 years. Inspected and permitted plant, bottling Grade A retail raw milk in gallons. Produced by free-range, grassfed Jersey cows. Herd is Brucellosis and TB tested free as required by law for raw milk sales direct to the consumer. No hormones are used.
  • Jasper: Rector Dairy Farm, Cole L. or Jerry Rector, 191 W Hwy 126 Jasper, MO 64755 (on Hwy 126 between Jasper and Lamar, 2 miles west of Hwy 71, 30 min east of Pittsburgh, KS, 45 min north of Joplin), phone: 417-394-2681, email: cedarmanp22@yahoo.com. Holstein cows, graze on pasture with some corn in the barn and silage in the winter. Production Red chickens, fed layer pellets. Whole unpasteurized milk $4/gallon, half-gallon jars $2/each, eggs $2/dozen. Business hours 8am-9pm, Monday-Saturday, 2pm-5pm on Sunday. Milking for four generations.

Jefferson County:

  • Arnold: See Matthew and Michelle Davis, Richwoods, MO under St. Louis area.
  • De Soto: Such and Such Farm, Autumn Sij, email: suchandsuchfarm@gmail.com, web: suchandsuchfarm.com, Facebook: suchandsuchfarm. Nubian/Alpine goat herd raised naturally on pasture, no commercial feed or antibiotics. Half gallons and gallons available, frozen milk also available. Pick-up available on farm Saturdays/Sundays or delivery to St. Louis can be arranged. E-mail or message them for any information or ordering.
  • Festus: P&K Farms, John and Krissie Keen, phone: 573-915-8642, email: Krisske5@aol.com. Offering Jersey cow milk and Nubian goat milk.

Johnson County:

  • Centerview: Breezy Hill Farm, Art and Debra Ozias, (45 miles east of Kansas City near Highway 50), phone: 660-656-3409 or, email: aozias@gmail.com, web: breezy-hill-farm.com. They have raw milk from A2 protein Guernsey cows. Limited supply, available only for pick up at the farm. Cows are always on pasture; no grain is fed. Cows are dry during Jan. and Feb. No antibiotics or hormones are used. They have sold several family milk cows when numbers allowed. Grass finished beef, wholes, halves and quarters are their main enterprise. Pricing structure tracks closely to local grocery store pricing of commodity beef and milk. They deliver beef within 100 miles of the farm. They occasionally have a beef processed entirely into ground beef; pick up at the farm and a 10 lb. minimum. They have access to dirt hog farmers and maintain a list for halves and wholes. Visit their web site for more information.
  • Warrensburg: Grand Design Nubians and Hope Eternal Nubians, Virginia “Ginger” and Nora McCoy (respective owners), 225 SE 200 Rd. Warrensburg, MO 64093, phone: 660-441-1821, email: hopeeternalnubians@gmail.com, web: granddesignnubians.webs.com and hopeeternalnubians.webs.com. Raw whole goat milk from registered Nubian dairy goat herd. Herd is CAE negative. Animals run on pasture and are hormone and antibiotic free. Fed natural alfalfa and grass hay and do get some grain. Animals, facility and milk are kept clean, milk is handled and cooled properly. Nubian kids may be available. On-farm pickup only. Farm is located 29 miles from Sedalia and 57 miles from Kansas City.

Kansas City metro area:

  • Be Whole Again Family Farm, Scott and Rachel Moser family, phone: 816-379-6455, email: rachel@BeWholeAgain.com, web: Farm.BeWholeAgain.com. They produce raw milk, A2 milk, cream, butter, and yogurt from their herd of 100 percent grassfed Jersey and Jersey-cross cows. Rotationally grazed on green pastures and supplemented with barley grass fodder, alfalfa, and hay in the winter: No grain. No GMOs. No hormones, steroids, or antibiotics. They follow humane and organic practices but are not certified. A2 milk available upon request from cows confirmed to be A2/A2. See website for current pricing and delivery locations in the Kansas City area, including Kearney, Gladstone, Brookside, south Kansas City (Martin City area and Lewis Heights area), Lee’s Summit, Independence, Raytown, near the stadium and Coco Keys, Blue Springs, Liberty, Northland area, Parkville, and Kansas City River Farmer’s Market; possibly St. Joseph if the demand exists. They also sell 100 percent grassfed beef, pastured pork, and eggs from free-range hens. Farm tours are available.
  • Brian Johnston, phone: 785-937-2440.
  • Crowned With Goodness Farm, Delivers to Kansas City area. See full listing under Milo
  • Fed From The Farm,  Kansas City Buying Club Pickup.10947 N. Madison Avenue, Kansas City, MO 64155, phone 660-620-9052, web: https://fedfromthefarm.com. 100 percent grassfed raw milk, meat and eggs. Everything non-GMO. Home delivery available.
  • Liberty Hills Farm, Bruce and Tammy Hale, delivers to North Kansas City. See their full listing under Liberty (Clay County).
  • Little Lane Farm, Hannah Ross, phone: 816-645-2516, web: littlelanefarm.weebly.com. Milk from Mary Beth, an A2/A2 Jersey. She is pastured with her calf Henri, best friend Clara Bell (a miniature Jersey) and a couple of sheep. Little Lane Farm is not certified organic but does follow organic practices. Animals are pasture fed with some grain provided at milking. A closed milking machine system is used. Milk cost $4/half gallon. For more pricing info check out the website or call/text. This is a one-woman operation, so if you have any questions please text or call. But texting is preferred.
  • Our Maker’s Acres, Greg and Francine Molner, phone: 660-244-3636. Pastured cow and goat milk dairy, beef, poultry, and eggs. Drops available Saturday in South Kansas City. See full listing under Purdin (Linn County).
  • Peaceful Hills Farm, Delivers to Kansas City. See full listing under Grain Valley (Jackson County).
  • Pleasant Hill (Kansas City): Family farm, phone: 816-258-1136. Farm has milked for 67 years. They are currently milking four Guernsey cows and have plenty of supply. By the gallon or half-gallon.
  • Troque Farms, Frank Kuhnert, 31710 E. Oakland School Rd. Buckner, MO 64016, phone: 816-215-9925, email: Troquefarms@aol.com.They have been supplying the Kansas City, MO area with raw milk since 2003. Raw milk from a herd of Jersey/Jersey cross cows. Many have the A2/A2 protein classification. No grain is fed, just organic fertilized rotational pastures. They receive supplemental free choice vitamins, trace minerals but no hormones, chemicals or pesticides. Offer gallons and half gallons of raw milk, as well as cream and butter. Also have pasture finished beef (no grain), pastured pork and pastured poultry with an on site farm store.

Laclede County:

  • Competition: Stoney Acres Sheep Dairy, Deb & Rick Christman, 11399 Claxton Rd. Competition, MO 65470, phone: 417-668-5560, email: makingdollar@hotmail.com, web: stoneyacres.biz. Naturally aged raw sheep milk cheese.
  • Falcon: Hidden Brook Farm, Chuck or Lacey Donaldson, phone: 417-453-6745, email: gardengoat@msn.com. Goat milk by the gallon or half-gallon. No antibiotics or hormones used. Packaged in new milk cartons with self-sealing caps. Chevon available.

Lawrence County:

  • Marionville: Camelot Cattle Company, Marc and Michelle DeLong, 1642 Crumpley Drive Marionville, MO 65705 (5 miles south of Billings, MO), phone: 417-466-5436, email: michelle1050@sbcglobal.net, web: www.eagleswingsranch.synthasite.com, Facebook: CamelotCattleCompany. Registered Jersey cows, naturally pastured, antibiotic-free, and hormone-free. $5 per gallon, available in half-gallon glass milk bottles with $5 bottle deposit. Pick up by appointment only. Tours of the milk parlor, pastures, and meeting of the cows and goats are welcome.
  • Mount Vernon:
    • Pasture Nectar Farm, Eric & Kathy Vimont and family, 14809 Lawrence 2160 Mt. Vernon, MO 65712 (35 minutes SW of Springfield, 35 minutes E of Joplin off I-44), phone: 417-461-7277 or 417-366-0999, web: pasturenectarfarm.com. Grass-based family farm in the Ozarks, providing raw whole milk from Milking Shorthorn cows, milked in a dairy parlor with a closed system and strict cleanliness protocol; monthly testing. Short-hung, grassfed beef is available year-round as individual cuts or order by quarter, half, or whole beef. No grain, steroids, hormones, etc. used. Dairy cows are given small amounts of non-GMO grain while milking and are supplemented in various times of year with fresh sprouted feed. Pastured milk-fed non-GMO pork year-round as well. Free-range eggs from pastured hens.
    • Red Bell Farms, LLC, Roxanne Bell owner/operator, 7141 Lawrence 1105, Mt. Vernon, MO 65712. phone: 417-466-8313. For sale at the farm, fresh milk and hand-crafted butter from A2/A2 Guernsey grassfed cows. Milk is available in glass half gallon bottles and one gallon recycled plastic bottles.

Lincoln County:

  • Silex: Lavy Dairy Farms, Tim Lavy, 125 Cemetery Rd. Silex, MO 63377, phone: 573-656-3367, email: sharon0123@windstream.net. Raw organic milk. Note: A reader has written in stating that this farm now feeds conventional corn.

Linn County:

  • Brookfield: Our Maker’s Acres, Serves this area. See full listing directly below.
  • Purdin:
    • Green Hills Harvest, Kerry and Barb Buchmayer, phone: 660-244-5858. Grass-based organic dairy on 550 acres in north central MO. Milking 40 Jersey-cross cows, who feed on pasture (rotational grazing), and are fed some organic corn or barley but no soy. Closed herd, raise their own replacements and do not buy any cows or calves at sale barns. Cows raise their calves on pasture. Milk processed on farm; butter churned weekly in a 250-gallon churn. Raw milk, raw butter ($12/lb), raw cream ($6/pint), 100 percent grassfed lamb from Katahdin sheep (ground, chops, legs, ribs, organ meats, bones), and 100 percent grassfed beef from Jersey-cross steers (ground, steak, ribs, roasts, organ meats, bones) available. Beef is hung for minimum of two weeks; three if local butcher has space available. Will ship butter and meats (frozen); $40 minimum order. Buy in bulk and save. Example: Butter is $11/lb when you buy 40 or more lbs. They ship it frozen via UPS; and you can keep it, frozen, for about a year.
    • Our Maker’s Acres, Greg and Francine Molner, phone: 660-244-3636. Pastured cow and goat milk dairy, beef, poultry, and eggs. Immediate availability. They farm organically but are not certified. Feed some organic/non-GMO grains. Source for organic and natural minerals and fertilizers. Jersey cow milk $8.50/gal., $4.50/half, $2.5/qt. Goat milk $12.50/gal., 6.50/half, 3.5/qt. Organic ground beef, $7.00/lb., $6.50/lb. for 10lbs or more. Whole hog sausage, $6.50/lb., $6.00/lb. for 10 lbs or more. Products available on farm and at Kirksville and Kansas City area drops. Members of KC Food circle. Weston A. Price Foundation members for over two decades.

Madison County:

Miller County:

  • Lake Ozark: Fed From The FarmLake Ozark Buying Club Pickup, 2107 Bagnell Dam Blvd. Lake Ozark, MO 65049, phone 660-620-9052, web: Fedfromthefarm.com. 100 percent grassfed raw milk, meat and eggs. Everything non-GMO and pasture-raised.

Moniteau County:

  • California:
    • Carpi Diem Goats, Anita (AJ) & Nick Janes, 31989 Hwy K California, MO 65018 (four miles east of California and 13 miles west of Jefferson City), phone: 573-418-0948, email: carpidiemgoats@gmail.com. Raw goat milk, never pasteurized and naturally homogenized. No hormones, antibiotics, steroids, or GMO grains used. All are raised on pasture, hay and grain are fed only during the milking process. $6/gallon. Hoping to have fresh eggs, rabbits and ducks available soon. Some fresh fruits and vegetables during the summer. Email (preferred; checked several times daily) or call for more info.
    • Heaven’s View Acres, 4850 Long Drive, California, MO 65018, phone: 573-239-4796; email: heavensviewacres@gmail.com. They have a herd of milk goats (Nubians, Alpines, Lamanchas, and Guernsey mix) that they milk and raise kids. Goats are allowed to browse 100-acre farm. They also have country fresh eggs, fresh garden vegetables and jams/jellies. Can meet in Boonville, Prairie Home, Jamestown, California or Columbia. $6/gallon for milk. Please call or text mid to late mornings or early evenings; no phone calls or texts after 8 pm please.

Montgomery County:

  • Montgomery City: B&H Dairy, phone: 573-564-2337 or 573-270-4022, 296 Old Williamsburg Rd. Montgomery City, MO, email: brockmanranch@gmail.com. Grade A dairy since 2008, mixed herd, mostly brown swiss. All natural, have been supplying fresh milk for many years, many satisfied customers. Bulk orders not a problem, some delivery
available. $5/gallon.

Morgan County:

  • J. Elvin and Mary Martin, 20789 W. Beard Rd. Barnett, MO 65011 (30 miles west of Jefferson City; 20 miles north of Lake of the Ozarks), phone: 573-378-7120. 100 percent organic, 100 percent grassfed raw milk from Jersey cows. No grains, GMOs, hormones, antibiotics, or pesticides used. Their stated goal is a pure product produced with maximum solar energy and less fossil fuel. $5/per gallon. Also offer free-range eggs, grassfed lamb, grassfed hamburger in limited quantities. A2 milk coming soon.

Oregon County:

  • Alton: COSO Farms, Chris and Sherri Orr, phone: 417-778-6592, email: coso14@hotmail.com, web: cosofarmslamanchas.com. Milk by the gallon from Lamancha dairy goats. They deliver to West Plains, MO once a week.

Ozark County:

  • Gainesville: Jersey Knoll, Matthew and Rachel Klessig and family, (10 min north of Gainesville; 20 min south of Ava, off Hwy. 5), email: Jerseyknoll@gmail.com. Raw milk from Jersey cows. With enough demand, they will consider weekly delivery to the Ava and/or Gainesville areas. They also offer pastured chicken and whole/half hogs.

Pettis County:

Phelps County:

  • Rolla:
    • Elijah’s Farm, LLC, delivers to this areal. See full listing under Steelville (Crawford County).
    • Red Horse Valley, LLC, 12052 State Rt. E, Rolla, MO 65401 (between Springfield and St. Louis off I-44), email: email: redhorsevalley@gmail.com, web: www.redhorsevalley.com. Nigerian Dwarf raw goat milk. No antibiotics or hormones administered. Email for availability and appointment.

Polk County:

  • Bolivar: email: walley5@juno.com. Jersey milk, goat milk, yogurt, raw butter, and whey. All hand-milked on their family homestead. No hormones or antibiotics used; pasture raised and fed. Free-range eggs from pastured chickens and grassfed beef available at times.

Ripley County:

  • Fairdealing: Sun Down Ridge Farm, Larry D. Rackley, Route 61, Box 2700, Naylor, MO 63953, phone: 573-857-2229, email: Rawmilk4sale@aol.com. They have whole milk from machine-milked Jersey cows and Jersey cross cows and Alpine goats year-round. Grassfed with grain supplement at milking. This is whole milk with all the rich cream left on. No hormones or antibiotics are used at any time on animals on this farm.

St. Charles County:

  • Fed From The FarmSt. Charles Buying Club Pickup, 16 Freedom Way St. Charles, MO 63303, phone 660-620-9052, web: Fedfromthefarm.com. 100 percent grassfed raw milk, meat and eggs. Everything non-GMO and pasture-raised.
  • O’Fallon: Elijah’s Farm, LLC. delivers to this area. See full listing under Steelville (Crawford County).

St. Francois County:

  • Farmington:
    • Cream and Crop, (couple of miles from Hwy 67), phone: 573-760-6701 or 314-803-3063. Raw cow milk from Jersey, Jersey-cross, Milking Shorthorn and/or Holstein-cross cows, sold by the gallon and half-gallon. The animals are mostly grassfed, with organic methods used as much as practical and possible. They are machine milked and the milk is quickly bottled. Cows and chickens are free to roam. Free-range brown eggs, sweet corn, pumpkins, and melons also available.
    • Ladd’s Family Farm, Norman & Karin Ladd, 6583 Highway F Farmington, MO 63640, phone: 573-747-1889, email: nkladd@aptitudeinternet.com. Hand-milked Nubian and Toggenburg goats, on pasture, hay, and goat grain ration. Natural practices used such as herbal goat wormer. For sale from their farm when available. Jersey cows on pasture, hay, and dairy cow grain ration. Eggs, fryer rabbits, produce when available for sale at the farm. Also selling at Farmington Farmers Market April-Oct. First-come, first-served for pasture-raised meat chickens and turkeys. Member of American Pastured Poultry Producers Association. They have a farm shop/store at the farm, and welcome visits (call first). Bring your own glass jars, or you can pay a fee on jars/lids they provide.

St. Louis County:

  • Chesterfield: Fed From The FarmChesterfield Buying Club Pickup, 14217 Dinsmoor Drive Chesterfield, MO 63017, phone 660-620-9052, web: Fedfromthefarm.com. 100 percent grassfed raw milk, meat and eggs. Everything non-GMO and pasture-raised.
  • Fenton: See Matthew and Michelle Davis, Richwoods, MO under St. Louis area.
  • Fenton/FlorissantMaplewood/Maryland Heights/Sappington: Elijah’s Farm, LLC. Delivers to these areas. See full listing under Steelville (Crawford County).

St. Louis Metro Area:

  • Argentville Dairy, 822 North Lindsey Road Winfield, MO 63389 (20 miles north of St.Peters) email: dbacon1948@hotmail.com or argentvilledairy@hotmail.com. phone: 636-668-8014. Milk from registered Guernsey cows that produce 95 percent A2 protein. They have 35 years of experience producing premium quality milk. Milk is produced under strict sanitary procedures; quickly cooled; and bottled. Cows are fed a high-forage grass-based ration. There are no hormones or antibiotics used on the cows. Milk will be available in returnable glass half gallon jars with a deposit. Milk available now for only $5.00/gallon. They are currently taking new customers. Please provide e-mail address and telephone number when contacting them.
  • Elijah’s Farm, LLC. Delivers to this area. See full listing under Steelville (Crawford County).
  • Fed From The FarmSt. Louis Buying Club Pickup. 1646 Dearborn Drive , St. Louis, MO 63122, phone 660-620-9052, web: Fedfromthefarm.com. 100 percent grassfed raw milk, meat and eggs. Everything non-GMO. Home delivery available.
  • Family Friendly Farm, Matthew and Rachel Fasnacht, Delivers to St. Louis. See full listing under Cape Girardeau.
  • Ladd’s Family Farm, Serves this area. See full listing under Farmington (St. Francois County).
  • Matthew and Michelle Davis, Richwoods, MO (1 hour SW of St. Louis), phone: 314-753-6512/573-678-2413,  email: theudderlycrazyfarm@gmail.com, Facebook: theudderlycrazyfarm. They offer A2 and A1 from Guernsey and Jersey cows, and deliver to St. Louis and surrounding areas, they also offer farm fresh eggs for delivery as well.
  • Merryl Winstein, call for address, St. Louis MO 63119 (1 mile south of Whole Foods Brentwood and the Galleria Shopping Center), phone: 314-968-2596, web: http://www.cheesemakingclass.com/ (includes complete schedule). Comprehensive cheese making classes and supplies. Learn to preserve your milk using accurate traditional and professional cheese making methods. Email through the website.
  • Martin Family Farms, Robert and Julie Martin, phone: 573-549-2293, email: martinfamilyfarms13@yahoo.com. Raw milk from small herd of mainly grassfed Jersey and Guernsey cows. They are machined milked and the milk is bottled in half-gallon returnable and reusable glass bottles. A one-time bottle deposit required. All cows are tested for TB, brucellosis, and Johne’s disease. Also available are pastured broiler chickens, Thanksgiving turkeys, and pastured laying hens for brown eggs. Grass-finished beef also available in quarters, halves, whole, and by the cut. All animals free-range the farm and have a 100 percent vegetarian diet (no animal fats in the feed to boost protein). No hormones or antibiotics used. They follow organic management practices although not Certified Organic. Currently delivering weekly to St. Louis metro area and Columbia. Email or call for more information.
  • Such and Such Farm, Delivers to this area. See full listing under DeSoto (Jefferson County).

Saline County:

  • Sweet Springs: Guier Farm, Mitchell & Stacie Guier, 11271 Stairstep Rd. Sweet Springs, MO 65351, phone: 660-864-4140, email: guierfarm@gmail.com. They  have fresh milk from a Guernsey cow, milked daily with a machine, and the milk quickly chilled. The cow is fed a strict diet of grass and alfalfa only. They do not feed any grain. They raise all of hay and alfalfa on their property without pesticides or herbicides. They fertilize only with composted manure and lime. They also have cultured buttermilk and yogurt, butter, sour cream, and cottage cheese available upon request. Honey from their honeybee apiary is also available. Farm visits are welcome.

Shelby County:

  • ShelbinaFed From The FarmShelbina Buying Club Pickup, 201 N Center St. Shelbina, MO 63468, phone 660-620-9052, web: Fedfromthefarm.com. 100 percent grassfed raw milk, meat and eggs. Everything non-GMO and pasture-raised.

Texas County:

  • Cabool: Te-Iltcohe Dairy Goats at Maranatha Farm (two miles south of Cabool on Hwy. 181), phone: 417-962-2272. They have raw goat milk. The goats are grazed. Goat milk sells for $4/gallon. Call to make arrangements to pick up the milk on the farm.

Vernon County:

  • Milo: Crowned With Goodness Farm, The Yoder Family, Rt. 1 Box 173 Milo, MO 64767 (50 mi. north of Joplin, 100 mi. south of Kansas City), phone: 417-884-2455, email: idgr@tiadon.com. Raw goat milk from Nubian and Alpine goats. Delivery to Kansas City area.

Warren County:

  • Marthasville: JVJ Farm, Jill Landers, Marthasville, MO, phone: 636-433-5106, email: cccland@centurytel.net. Raw goat milk $10/gallon, half-gallons and quarts also available, free-range eggs, handmade goat milk soaps, rabbit meat, seasonal lamb and goat meat.
  • WarrentonRoss Valley Ranch. Web: www.rossvalleyranch.com/ Raising dairy and meat goats, chickens, and meat rabbits. Raw goat milk, kefir grains, goat milk kefir, eggs, and scented goat milk soap. See website to schedule appointment.
  • Wright City: Sarver Acres Farm, Stephen Sarver, Janice Sarver, and Rebecca Snider, 300 Zoar Church Road Wright City, MO 63390. phone: 636-248-4464, email: mygoatmilk@gmail.com, Facebook: SarverAcres. Registered Nubian milk goats and registered boer meat goats. They are currently milking four does. Fed with high quality alfalfa hay, black oil sunflower seed, kelp, and Purina Noble Goat Dairy Parlor. No hormones used. Goat milk is sold by the quart and half gallon. They also offer chevre and farm cheese and goat milk soap. Nubian and boer kids for sale in the spring.

Washington County:

  • Cadet: The Lyons Family, phone: 573-436-1777, web: 4leggedfarm.com. Goat milk and some cheeses available year-round from a herd of purebred Nubians, a few Saanens, Alpines, and LaManchas. Pick up dates are Monday, Wednesday and Fridays. See website or call for details.
  • Potosi: Carl and Bonnie Wilson, 16842 State Hwy. 185 Potosi, MO 63664 (70 miles south of St. Louis), phone: 573-438-6744 (call after 3 pm). Fresh milk daily from 4-6 Jersey cows, plus butter when they have the extra time and milk to make it. The cows are fed grass (hay in winter), and grain. Eggs and produce during the summer months. They have been selling locally for the last 12 years.

Webster County:

  • Elkland: Rock Prairie, Val Dodd, Elkland MO, phone: 417-345-0004. Raw goat milk for sale.
  • Fordland: Drew, phone: 417-241-1331. Cowshare: They lease cows for milking, feeding, housing, and milking your cow(s) or share of cow(s), and the resulting milk belongs to you. Natural feed; no hormones or antibiotics used. One twentieth lease share is $7/gallon per week delivered to sites within 50-mile radius. Or pick up at the farm for $6/gallon. Smaller or larger shares available. Additional fee for jar deposit.
  • Seymour:
    • CherHill Dairy Goats, email: saanensandsables@aim.com. Raw goat milk sold in quart jars, from hand-milked goats. No antibiotics or hormones used. References available.
    • Painted Blessings, serves this area; see full listing under Springfield (Greene County).
    • Rachel’s Goat & Chicken Farm, phone: 417-859-2107, email: rachel1978@mail.com, web: rachelsgoatfarm.com. Specializing in Boer and Savanna meat goats, they also have a small herd of Nubian dairy goats and offer raw goat milk at various times of the year. Contact them to see if they are currently taking new customers or to get on their list. The goats all live together on pasture throughout the year with grass hay fed during the winter. Feed is supplemented as needed. Meat is available occasionally. Laying hens are sold year around as are fresh brown eggs. Milk is $6/gallon or $4/half gallon, in your containers. Eggs are $2.50/dozen in your cartons. Delivery to Seymour is weekly, farm pick-up is often available as well. Also available is natural goat milk soap and lotion which can be mailed to you or to others as gifts.

Wright County:

  • Mountain Grove area: Diligence Dairy Goats: phone: 417-962-0030., email: animalwaitress@yahoo.com. Raw goat milk from Alpine, Nubian, and cross breed milkers. No antibiotics, hormones, steroids used. Their philosophy is that nutrition is the first defense against illness and raise the goats accordingly. Delivery in Mountain Grove at Meadowbrook Natural Foods on Tuesday and Friday afternoons. Limited quantities available; call to reserve. Half-gallon jugs for $3.

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  1. Hi! Just tried contacting Alfalfa Farms in Clarksville, MO. The number was disconnected and mailer-daemon returned my email. :/ Might want to check into that.

  2. You can get raw milk and eggs from Michelle and Matthew Davis’ farm. They run three days a week to St. Louis to deliver to your home. You need to order in advance, she only has the reserved milk and eggs on the delivery truck (obviously!).
    You can find them in the listing above under Richardsville in the above listed farms.
    I am getting my first delivery tomorrow, I am really looking forward to it!

  3. Family Friendly Farm, Matthew and Rachel Fasnacht, Cape Girardeau MO
    do NOT deliver to Saint Louis any more, and have not done so for the last two years. I found out by calling Rachel today (June 26 2018). They also don’t do all those classes any longer.
    They still sell milk at the farm, which is a two hour trip from STL to their place! Too far for me to drive that once every week!
    Too bad!

  4. We are new to Missouri and will be living in the Joplin area. We would like fresh cow and goat’s milk. What farms are closest to that area? Thank you!!!

  5. I contacted Susie’s Farm via their Facebook page to ask whether they feed GMO grains and got the following reply: “We feed local grown corn and soy protein. Nongmo are available sometimes. They are used when available. Grain ration is not the biggest part of our feeding program. Good quality grass hay and alfalfa is biggest portion.” I followed up by asking if they could estimate what percentage of the cows’ diets are grain but have not yet received a reply. Will edit listing to include this information.

  6. Well I live in Ky. Thought maybe someone shipped raw milk, I think you can freeze milk, somebody needs to come up with a way to ship it, lots of people wanting raw milk, would make a lot of money. Can’t buy it in Ky. And a lot of states. Mo. Laws are really good on this.

  7. Hi Carrie,

    Are you still dropping milk in Chesterfeild or Ladue loactions.
    If so please let me know. I am intersted.

    Thank you,
    Pratibha

  8. If u havent found anyone yet we just took over for valerie berquette and deliver to stl 3 days a week 314-753-6512

  9. You will be able to get both in Clarksdale, Mo. when you get moved to St Joe- free range chicken eggs and raw, organic cows milk.

  10. We only offer raw milk from cows. We do not have goats. But there is an Amish family up in Bowling Green on County Road #466, that does sell goats milk.

  11. Warrensburg: Grand Design Nubians and Hope Eternal Nubians, Virginia “Ginger” and Nora McCoy (respective owners), 225 SE 200 Rd, Warrensburg MO 64093, phone: 507-290-5003, email: hopeeternalnubians@gmail.com, web: granddesignnubians.webs.com and hopeeternalnubians.webs.com. Raw whole goat milk from registered Nubian dairy goat herd. Herd is CAE negative. Animals run on pasture, and are hormone and antibiotic free. Fed natural alfalfa and grass hay and do get some grain. Animals, facility and milk are kept clean, milk is handled and cooled properly. Nubian kids may be available. On-farm pickup only. Farm is located 29 miles from Sedalia and 57 miles from Kansas City.

  12. I know this is an old post but . . . We do a weekly delivery to the Independence area from our farm in Excelsior Springs. Check out our website BeWholeAgainFarm.com or call me 816-379-6455

  13. We sell raw cows milk from Jersey cows for $3 per gallon with the cream as well as other products if you’re interested.In Salem Mo

  14. We are located about 3 hours south of Mt Pleasant Iowa. We milk 4 Registered Guernsey cows that are grass fed & antibiotic & hormone free. If you are interested you can find our dairys Facebook page, just search Argentville Dairy. Or you can send us an email to argentvilledairy@hotmail.com. We would love to hear from you!

  15. Jim: was thinking the same thing as you. I am in Pella. Maybe if we can find enough people to join us, we can make it worth our while to drive and pick it up every couple weeks or so.

    Raw milk sales are currently illegal in Iowa.

  16. Angela,

    I am interested in buying a gallon of goats milk from you. How can I make an appointment to buy milk from you? I live near Platte City.

  17. I have Jersey cow’s milk for sale. I am River Bend Farm and deliver to Independence on Fridays and KC’s River Market area on Tuesdays. Call 816-260-5375

  18. All of these deliver to St. Lois at various locations:
    Family Friendly Farm, Matthew and Rachel Fasnacht, Cape Girardeau MO 63701 (10 min N of Cape Girardeau), phone: 573-382-3844, email: info@familyfriendlyfarm.com, web: familyfriendlyfarm.com. Milk from 100% grass-fed Jerseys. Available with the cream on top in a glass jar. The cattle are machine milked and the milk is quickly bottled. Classes will be offered to teach you how to make your own butter, yogurt, and cheese. They also raise and sell pastured/grassfed chicken, eggs, pork, and beef, as well as aquaponic vegetables and fish. All humanely raised without antibiotics or hormones on pasture. Delivery to St. Louis. Check website for delivery schedule.

    Martin Family Farms, Robert and Julie Martin, phone: 573-549-2293, email: martinfamilyfarms13@yahoo.com. Raw milk from small herd of mainly grass-fed Jersey and Guernsey cows. They are machined milked and the milk is bottled in half-gallon returnable and reusable glass bottles. A one-time bottle deposit required. All cows are tested for TB, brucellosis, and Johne’s disease. Also available are pastured broiler chickens, Thanksgiving turkeys, and pastured laying hens for brown eggs. Grass-finished beef also available in quarters, halves, whole, and by the cut. All animals free-range the farm and have a 100% vegetarian diet (no animal fats in the feed to boost protein). No hormones or antibiotics used. They follow organic management practices although not Certified Organic. Currently delivering weekly to St. Louis metro area and Columbia. Email or call for more information.

    Puritan Heritage Farm, Alex and Carrie Smith, located just outside St. Louis in Jefferson County, phone: 314-737-8033, carrie@puritanheritagefarm.com, web: http://www.puritanheritagefarm.com. Milking 100 percent grass-fed Jersey cows rotationally grazed. Delivery to drop off locations throughout the metro St. Louis area.

    Valerie Bequette, Richwoods MO (1 hour SW of St. Louis), phone: 314-520-6640,  email: valeriebequette@att.net. Milk and eggs delivered weekly to customers in St. Louis area. They have a Jersey cow and a few Guernsey cows that are milked with a surge milker. They also sell eggs from their free ranging chickens. No hormones or antibiotics are used on the animals, and no chemicals are used on the pastures. Fresh vegetables available in the growing season. Call or email for more information or to order.

  19. By California standards your prices are quite fair. I purchase delicious raw goat’s milk from Claravale Dairy from my local market. However, it is $9.00 a quart! I have to use it sparingly at that price.

    May be moving to Missouri and looking forward to paying less.

  20. We live about 1/2 hour south of KC. You say you have quite a few options. Can you share them with us? We are desperately looking for someone close. Thanks.

  21. I have added your listing under St. Louis metro area. I removed the goat’s milk from the one farm’s listing since they also have cow’s milk so I’m leaving that part up. I’m hesitant to remove the other farm entirely without hearing from them. Generally people get enough calls that they’ll eventually let me know when they aren’t selling anymore. Feel free to suggest they email me if you know them. Thanks.

  22. Hello-I have raw organic goat milk in Platte City, Mo and that is pretty close to St. Joe.
    Please contact me for more details. I am listed here. Thank you.

  23. I am in Platte City, MO and make deliveries to Bad Seed Market in KC and Olathe, KS. Please feel free to contact me I am listed here.

  24. Hello-I have raw organic goat milk in Platte City, Mo with delivery to Bad Seed Market in KC and Olathe, KS. Please contact me for more details. I am listed here. Thank you.

    • Do you still drop off at badseed. I just found out I have a cow milk allergy so needing goats milk for family. I go to badseed weekly

    • I am searching for raw milk in Overland Park ks. How do we I quire about your olathe delivery? I did not see contact info. I can bee contacted at missmarlashannon via g mail.

    • How do we Inquire about your olathe delivery? I did not see contact info. I can bee contacted at missmarlashannon via g mail.

    • Hi Rachel; do you still deliver milk to the Arnold, Mo. area? I live in South City St. Louis; Loughborough/Carondelet area. Interested in both cow/goat milk/raw; & big, brown organic free range eggs.

      Ph #: 314-277-3305

  25. We usually have a stock around but gave so many away I am low. Feel free to email in the next few weeks as there will be plenty by then.

  26. I am just checking in to see our phone number was changed appropriately and was surprised to see all the St. Louis questions.

    We have 100% grassfed raw milk we deliver to Arnold, Chesterfield/Ballwin area, Tower Grove area, and Florissant, MO. Let me know if we can be of help to you.

  27. I believe there is a farm in clarksdale, and mine (lathrop/holt area) I have a customer that comes every 2 weeks for milk and eggs from st.joe. its about 45 min drive. good luck!

  28. Thanks for your helpfulness! Please encourage this source to contact us to be listed on the site. Because gov’t agencies use these listing to find and harass farmers, we only list and mention farms that have agreed to be listed. Thanks for understanding.

  29. Thanks for your helpfulness! Please encourage this source to contact us to be listed on the site. Because gov’t agencies use these listing to find and harass farmers, we only list and mention farms that have agreed to be listed. Thanks for understanding.

  30. Did you guys ever find the answer to this question? I talked with a farmer on the other side of the state yesterday, and he said if 20 people committed to buy from him it would be worth the drive to STL. (Just from reading these comments I’ve found 11….)

  31. Did you guys ever find the answer to this question? I talked with a farmer on the other side of the state yesterday, and he said if 20 people committed to buy from him it would be worth the drive to STL.

    Also, Melanie, I get food from a farmer nearby that is organic and has eggs and occasionally other meat. If you are still looking let me know.

    Whoops – replied to just one response and not the whole topic — hope you guys don’t mind looking at it twice!

    • I am interested in raw cows milk in The St. Louis area I’m sure I can find others as well could you tell me what else you have found out about it? How much for half gallon, do they come in jars, etc.?

      • Hello! This is the farm — Real Farm Foods at the Rockin H Ranch. Their contact info is listed above. I believe cow’s milk is 8 / gallon.

        ps. Is there a way to private message people on this??

  32. one of the fa listed above data they do delivery in Arnold, which is fairly close to Fenton. We plan on trying them out soon. We live in Illinois, but with in imperial.

    • Have you gotten your raw milk yet? I live in Imperial and need to get some also. I’d appreciate knowing if this source works out. Thanks.
      Tina

      • Did any of you get raw milk from anyone yet that is listed above? I found a farm called Family Friendly Farm (.com) that I have placed my first order with. They also sell the Blue Ice cod liver oil at a discounted price. You do have to prepay and then they have a place in Arnold where you would pick up what you purchased. I have not received my first order yet as I will have to wait about another 2 weeks before I go. Also, if you check out De Soto: Grandview Farm above they also deliver to Arnold, but I don’t know anything about them. If you have any info to share it would be great! 🙂

  33. If you find raw milk please let me know, I am trying to make cheese. I will know it is you if you put “milk” in the heading. Thank you in advance.

    • Did you guys ever find the answer to this question? I talked with a farmer on the other side of the state yesterday, and he said if 20 people committed to buy from him it would be worth the drive to STL.

      Also, Melanie, I get food from a farmer nearby that is organic and has eggs and occasionally other meat. If you are still looking let me know.

    • Thanks for your helpfulness! Please encourage this source to contact us to be listed on the site. Because gov’t agencies use these listing to find and harass farmers, we only list and mention farms that have agreed to be listed. Thanks for understanding.

  34. Excelsior springs(be wholeagain farm), Liberty(the brown cows farm), Smithville(hidden hills farms), Lathrop( mine, redbrush acres), and the others under Kansas city. will be the closest to Kansas city.

  35. I am too! Closest thing I’ve found so far is Bechard Family Farms, which is 3 hours away. They are trying to get a driving coop set up if you want to call and give your number.

    • I too am looking for raw milk, grass-fed beef, butter, and possibly eggs and other health food items in the St. Louis area. If anyone can point me in the right direction I would greatly appreciate it. I am looking for a reliable source. 🙂

      • Please reply to me privately via Facebook (if I don’t respond within 24 hours, send me a friend request because I forget to check my ‘other’ box), as I know a raw milk source that is not listed on here. I estimate it is about an hours drive from St. Louis. (I’m not too sure she’d want me to publicly post her info., so I’m not going to). I am a customer.

        I also have a grass-fed beef source — Crooked Creek Farms, you can look them up on Facebook or crookedcreekbeef.com. I have personally known the family for years and am a customer.

        • Bah. My Facebook URL didn’t show up.
          e-mail: megg2004@hotmail.com

          Please put beef or milk in the subject line, as your email will go into my ‘Junk Folder’ since you aren’t a contact. If I don’t reply within a week, resend the email… it means I accidentally deleted it! 🙂

  36. I buy raw milk from a local family that milks two cows, and they certainly aren’t listed here. If you don’t find a listing near you, don’t give up! Ask around, at any herbal/organic/homeopathic businesses, or at a farmers coop, or maybe even the nearest Orschelns. They are out there! But sometimes word-of-mouth is the only way to find them.

  37. Teri,
    I would suggest to make your own butter from the farm that sells raw cows milk. Check to be sure they don’t skim the fat off the top of the milk. In most cases there is a very thick layer of cream on top. Then all you have to do is scoop it off, put it in a mason jar with a tight fitting lid, and shake, and shake… shake some more and before you know it, amazing butter, add salt to taste, or herbs if you want, its really great fun!

  38. Thank you. I removed the phone number. I may have found the right person via Google search and have attempted to contact her to get her info corrected. It’s not uncommon for people to change phone or email without telling us, or to get out of the business and not let us know! 🙂

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