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Caring for Fresh Milk: Consumers’ Guide to Preserving the Quality of Fresh, Unprocessed Whole Milk
by Peggy Beals, RN –
This 32-page booklet covers the procurement, handling, transportation, storage, and more of this precious, tasty healthy food resource.
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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
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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 Nebraska:


  • Grass-Fed Butter Farm: Amish Family Farm in Lancaster County, PA, offers 100 percent raw butter from their grassfed Jersey cows. The butter is free of chemicals, pesticides, and any other drugs, and is made directly on the farm. They can ship nationwide and directly to your door within 1-3 days. They have A2/A2 butter available. Feel free to email with questions:

Boone County:

  • Albion: Texley Sustainable Agriculture, Andrew Texley, 2944 200th St. Albion, NE 68620, phone: 402-741-1651, email:, web:
    Facebook: texleyfarmfresh. Texley Sustainable Agriculture offers raw milk from a small dairy herd of Brown Swiss and Jersey Cows. During the grazing season the cows are grazed rotationally on pasture, and fed a basic grain ration at each milking that is milled on the farm. In the winter the dairy cows are managed on deep bedding and fed alfalfa, and are brought into the barn only when needed during inclement weather. Milk is
    available for purchase by appointment, however most supporters of the farm receive raw milk through a seasonal herdshare. A herdshare can be purchased for $40 and entitles each herdshare holder to receive 2 gallons of milk per week for an entire milking season. On a monthly basis, a fee is paid to the farm in proportion to the amount of milk received, the fee is equitable to $5/half gallon. (Example: for
    $20/month a herdshare holder receives a ½ gallon per week.) Raw milk pick-up is every Wednesday night at The Stirred Pot, a local café in Albion, at 5:30pm. At this pick-up location, you can also purchase eggs, chicken, seasonal produce, and place orders for pork and beef. On occasion products from other producers will also be available.
    If you are interested in receiving Raw Milk through a herdshare but live in a different community, you are encouraged to organize multiple households that are interested in using raw milk and set up your own raw milk pick-up. The milk will be bottled and ready for you on the farm, and it is up to you to distribute it to the herdshare members of your community. Compensation for your time, travel, and
    labor, is between you and the herdshare collective in your community. Please contact the farm if you want to set up a raw milk pick-up location. Texley Sustainable Agriculture also offers pasture raised chicken, pasture-raised and milk-fed pork, holiday turkeys, and grassfed beef.

Butler County:

  • Surprise:  Navrkal Family email: Organic, raw milk from pasture-fed, Jersey cows. Organic feed, free choice salt, minerals, and cod liver oil lick tub. Cows tested negative for Brucellosis, BVD, TB, and Johnes. No hormones used. Also have eggs from organic, free range chickens that are supplemented with organic, soy-free feed.

Cass County:

  • Murdock: Manly view, 10101 hwy 50, Samuel, phone: 402-660-9530, email: Jersey cows, The 3-5 Jersey cows they milk are fed corn and alfalfa, and are always hormone and antibiotic free. They sell milk for $5/gallon.

Clay County:

  • Glenvil: Murman Dairy Farm,  Nikki Rhoades & Jim Murman, 31280 Rd A Glenvil, NE 68941, phone: 724-866-5613 (Nikki) 402-469-6903 (Jim), email: A family dairy farm for 40 plus years. They milk Holstein and Jersey cows, and  currently offer raw milk.

Dawes County:

  • Chadron/Crawford: High Prairie Lamanchas, (Smithwick, SD) serves this area. See their full listing on the South Dakota page under Fall River County.

Douglas County:

  • Omaha: Bryant Dairy Farm, Russ & Lori Bryant, 13003 Hwy. 36 Omaha, NE 68142 (4 miles E of Bennington), phone: 402-689-0730 (cell) or 402-238-2066 (home), email: For sale: Raw milk and cream from Holstein cows. Farm fresh eggs when available.

Gage County:

  • Wymore: Indian Creek Farm Market, Jerrad and Dakota Hurley,
    41689 US HWY 77 Wymore, NE 68466, phone: 402-806-3566, email: They have one Jersey milk cow, with a heifer calf that they milk share with and plan to raise the calf and milk her in a couple years, along with her mother. They feed grass hay during the winter and let her graze all the green grass she could eat during the warmer months. They sell raw milk by the half gallon, in Ball glass mason jars. Asking $2 jar deposit fee for new customers without a jar to trade for their first milk purchase. There is an on-farm Farm Market shop but hours can vary by season so be sure to look them up on Facebook for the most up to date shop hours.  Calling ahead for milk availability is always preferred as well.

Garden County:

  • LiscoRaising Arrows Nubians, Lacey Yates, phone: 308-770-0111, email:, web:, Facebook: RaisingArrowsNubians. Producing clean raw milk year-round from a small, well-managed herd.  Raising Arrows Nubians participates in pathogen testing to insure safe milk. Nubians are fed a corn-free, soy-free diet and are always growth hormone and antibiotic-free.

Greeley County:

Hamilton County:

  • GiltnerThe Classical Cow, Bethany Huenefeld, phone: call or text – 402-631-7501. email:, web: Jersey cows grazed on pasture spring through fall, organic alfalfa through winter. Fresh raw milk available spring through early winter. Call or text for availability and weekly pick-up schedule.

Holt County:

  • Atkinson: Clover Cove Ranch Dairy, Jerry and Kathleen Gotschall, along with sons Marcus and Benjamin, 86389 468th Ave. Atkinson, NE 68713 (20 miles south of Atkinson and Stuart; in the Holt Creek valley on the NE rim of the Nebraska Sand Hills), phone: 402-925-2431, web: Completely grassfed dairy and beef. They milk their Jersey, Ayrshire, Holstein, and Guernsey cows year-round. Raw milk, cream, ghee, and butter for sale at the ranch. Eggs from free-range chickens. The Gotschall family has been in the cattle business for over 70 years and milking cows since 1986. The land and cattle herd have been Certified Organic by Midwest Organic Services Association (MOSA) since 2001.

Kimball County:

Lancaster County:

  • Lincoln: The Little Red Farm, delivers to this area. See full listing below under Palmyra (Otoe County).

Otoe County:

  • Palmyra:
    • Divino Nino Family Farm, phone: 402-310-6056, email:, web: Grassfed Guernsey cows and free-range chickens
    • The Little Red Farm, Mindy & Kyle McGrew, 577 S 4th Road
      Palmyra, NE 68418, phone: 402-601-1208, email:, web:, Facebook and Instagram @littleredfarmne, Facebook: LittleRedFarmNE. The Little Red Farm has cream topped, pastured Guernsey/Jersey A2/A2 milk available at $4.50/half gallon with jar exchange. Milk must be picked up on the farm. They also offer pasture raised beef, dirt raised pork, free range chicken, eggs, and turkey along with Young Living wellness products and local artists handmade goods in their Farmer Market shop. They use holistic, natural farming methods, which includes no vaccinations, antibiotics, or hormones, as well as feeding locally grown and milled feed. Only 20 minutes southeast of Lincoln, NE. Their shop is open: Mon/Wed/Sat 10 am-noon, and Thurs 5-7 pm. See website for tours and community events.
  • Unadilla/Syracuse area: Porter Family Farm, phone: 402-269-3096, email: Raw milk from Nubian dairy goats starting early April annually. Naturally-raised alfalfa hay fed during winter months and as a supplement to the goats’ browsing and grazing during the months they are in milk. In the warm months the goats graze on pasture with high levels of water-soluble carbohydrates from perennial ryegrass, timothy, and ladino clover. Goats have regular access to North Atlantic Sea Kelp for minerals. Call or email for more information.

Saunders County:

  • Ceresco: Darby Springs Farm, William & Crystal Powers, 414 County Road 15 Ceresco, NE 68017. phone: 402-525-6397, email:, web:, Facebook: darbyspringsfarm, Twitter: @DarbySprings. Guernsey cows. 100 percent grassfed, holistically managed with daily pasture rotations with hay and alfalfa in winter. Milk available May – December: $6/gallon. Tours available.
  • Wahoo: Beauty View Farm, Melisa Konecky, phone: 402-443-7240, email:, Facebook: Beauty View Farm. Milk mostly from Guernsey and Jersey with a couple Holsteins thrown in the mix. They feed their cows a ration put together by a nutritionist. They are fed hay, haylage, corn silage, corn, soybeans and vitamins and minerals. Raw milk for $3/gallon, sample prices (especially for fluid milk). You are more than welcome to call and discuss more about milk availability and pick up times and such. Beauty View Farm has been in the family since 1870s, having raised Guernsey cows since the 1950s. It is a third generation dairy farm but a fifth generation farm. They also may have quarters, halves or whole angus beef available.

Scotts Bluff County:

  • Scottsbluff: Meadowlark Hearth, BULL FOR SALE. 4 year-old Normandy x Brown Swiss bull. Beautiful animal and has been an excellent bull for our dual purpose herd. His time is up with us and it would be a shame to butcher him. Richard Everett Farm LLC, (Matt Barton, dairy manager) 120024 Everett Dr. Scottsbluff, NE 69361, phone: 402-968-2775, email: The herd is 100 percent pasture fed, receives no vaccinations, and is TB tested. Breeds include Jersey, Normandy, Milking Shorthorn and Ayrshire. The herd has been closed since 2000, with new bulls brought in every other year.  They offer milk ($12/gallon; must be picked up at the farm), cream ($10/qt), vegetable CSA, and open-pollinated/heirloom vegetable seed. This farm has been Certified Organic since 2009 and certified for biodynamic seed since 2010.

54 thoughts on “Nebraska

  1. Hi there, Is this list (nationwide) available in an excel sheet?

    We’re working on a little project (a searchable map) for raw milk and would love this info!

  2. Would love to find raw milk to make Salt Rising Bread like my grandmother made. My grandfather had a dairy farm in central Indiana. I am 83 years old and still remember when you could buy Salt Rising Bread at the store. Wonderful. I have the recipe if I could obtain Raw Milk. I live in Bellevue, NE.

  3. Looking for raw cows milk near Norfolk, NE for my little girls who cannot digest pasteurized. Does anybody have any leads? I want it for my girls so much!! I’d be willing to travel up to 45 miles.

  4. Hello, I realize this original post is a few years old, but since I’m in the Grand Island area, wanted to reply anyway. We will be offering raw milk from our Jersey herd starting January 2018, so if there are people still in the Grand Island/York/Aurora/Kearney area, we would like to spread the word!

    More info to come… stay tuned!

  5. I would be interested in purchasing goats milk and goat cheeses. If you have any suggestions for farmers near the Lavista / Omaha area, I would be very appreciative.

  6. Hi Kim!
    I would be interested also ! I live in Bellevue. I’ve traveled as far as Lincoln before to get raw milk but the drive is too much.

    • Very Interested in raw goats milk in the Norfolk area. we use it right now and go thru about 3 galls every two weeks
      Please let me know if you have some available

  7. A couple days ago we visited Branched Oak Farms near Raymond to meet Doug Dittman and purchase some of his organic raw milk from rotationally pastured Jersey cows. I just finished the first half gallon and it’s fantastic, rich and delicious. The Dittmans also make some raw milk cheeses which are also great if anyone is looking for real, organic farmstead cheeses.

  8. There is no hard and fast rule, and what will happen is that the milk will naturally begin to sour as the good bacteria become more active in warmer temperatures, and more quickly digest the lactose in the milk. So you’ll get sour milk more quickly than if you’d kept it as cold as possible during transport. Sour milk can be used in cooking. We have articles on this site with ideas for using sour milk so it isn’t wasted. It doesn’t “spoil” the way pasteurized milk will.

    But as for transporting it, I would use a cooler or at least an insulated bag in the car, like they sell at grocery stores, to protect your investment. Raw milk is too expensive to waste letting it sour too quickly so that you won’t want to drink it or use it as fresh milk. The hotter it is and the longer you have to drive with it, the more care you’ll need to take, such as using ice packs or a bag of ice.

  9. That is correct. Yes, there is a great demand for raw milk in Omaha. Unfortunately, not many people want to drive “far” to get the milk. It’s not possible to have a dairy farm right in the middle of Omaha, and asking a farmer to deliver puts them in a precarious position with authorities. Most raw milk farmers are small, family farms that want to offer an amazing product. We’re not big corporations with endless funds and free shipping.

  10. We have been looking for raw milk since we moved to Bellevue in August. Could you please provide the contact information for your farmer? Thanks.

  11. Hi, We are interested in raw milk and live near Omaha. Could you please give us the info on your friendly farmer?

  12. We belong to a co-op that drives in weekly rotations to Chisholm Farms. Please check out the farm link on previous page to find open co-op positions. We are always happy to add more to our co-op, then we can reduce the frequency of our drives.

    • I don’t see a co-op positions link, but I would love to join! Should I contact Chisolm directly to see if they have a co-op going?

  13. I would love to have you do this. And I believe here in Omaha if people knew you existed would jump on the band wagon to support you.

  14. Hi Kim,
    I see you have located a farmer and have purchased from him for 3 years now, sounds like a good record to me. I would appreciate his contact info to purchase some raw milk.


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