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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 Oklahoma:


  • Grass-Fed Butter Farm: https://rawgrassfedbutter.com. 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: Raw.grassfedbutter@gmail.com


  • Southwest OK: Kamin Shine Farms, Kristina, (near Altus and Mangum), phone: 580-471-8392, email: kaminshinefarms@hughes.net. Goat milk for sale for on farm pickup from Lamancha goats fed feed with no animal by-products. Eggs from free-range chickens, fruits, and vegetables.

Alfalfa County:

  • Helena/Goltry/Jet: Wagon Creek Creamery, Ron and Barbara Crain, 11690 County Road 710 Helena, OK 73741, phone: 580 496-2447, email: wagoncreekcreamery@gmail.com, web: wagoncreekcreamery.com. The cows are 100 percent grassfed. They are milked seasonally–April through October. Although the address is Helena, the farm is located between Goltry and Jet. Raw milk cheeses (aged a minimum 60 days) are available on farm and at the Tulsa Farmers Market. Pasteurized products (butter, Greek yogurt, ricotta) are available on farm and at the Tulsa Farmers Market.  They also produce pastured eggs, grass fed beef and kitchen products.

Canadian County:

  • El Reno: Redlands Community College Darlington Agriculture Education and Applied Research Center’s Grade A Goat Dairy, phone: 405-422-1422, email: agriculture@redlandscc.edu. Goat milk available.
  • Mustang:
    • Ball Farms (between Yukon and Mustang on SW 29th St), phone: 405-570-6716. Registered Lamancha dairy goats. They offer raw goat milk for $4/half-gallon if you bring your own container. They will lend you a container for a small deposit if you don’t have one. Call for availability.
    • Berry Creek Farm, Larry Hocking, phone: 405-659-3879, email: berrycreekfarm.ok@gmail.com. Micro dairy with raw milk from Brown Swiss cows grazing pasture only (never grain of any sort). Milk is available in reusable glass jars and costs $9/gallon.

Cherokee County:

  • Tahlequah: GoatTown USA, Nicole Pool, Tahlequah, OK, email: nclpool@yahoo.com and poolnicole@hotmail.com, website: www.goattownusa.com, phone: 918-207-1999. Supplier of raw goat milk (fresh or frozen), purebred Nubian kids, free-range chicken eggs.
  • Welling: Canyon Ridge Farms, Chrys & Marty Tinsley, PO Box 82 Welling, OK 74471 (NE OK about 75 mi E of Tulsa; 75 mi W of Ft. Smith AR), phone: 918-931-0043, Facebook: CanyonRidgeFarms. Goat milk sold from the farm and supplied by Nubian dairy goats. Frozen goat milk is available for those needing to feed young or orphaned animals. Eggs and seasonal produce also available. Pick up at the farm; some products available at area farmers markets. Call ahead to place order and check availability. They accept cash and PayPal.

Cleveland County:

  • Newalla: Long Ear Hill Farm, Amber Spires, 19020 SE 149th Street Newalla, OK 74857, phone: 614-537-6197, email: ilovespires@gmail.com, Facebook: Long Ear Hill. Milking Nubian goats and one Nigerian, goats are spoiled and loved daily. Herd is small and with less goats to compete with for food they are healthy and happy. Raw goat milk available daily: $5/half gallon; $10/gallon. They are able to offer a safe driveway pick up – they will bring the milk to your car for you – plenty of room to turn around – don’t back out on the busy road.  Located on 149th street, a main road, easy to find. 6 miles from I40. Please call or email for pick up time to be scheduled.

Craig County:

  • Big Cabin: Prairie Trail Livestock, Beth Clappison, (45 min NE of Tulsa off the Will Rogers Turnpike), phone: 918-504-7654, email: info@prairietrailnubians.com. Raw goat milk from Nubian and Alpine goats fed a mixed feed made with grains from local mills and alfalfa hay. They have free access to grass during the spring, summer and fall and in winter are fed Bermuda/clover mixed hay baled off the farm. Goats are tested negative for CAE, Johne’s, and brucellosis. Goat milk is $10/gallon; $5/half-gallon.

Creek County:

  • Bristow:
    • Hickory Hollow Homestead, Vester and Michele White, 20605 S. 401st West Avenue Bristow, OK 74010, phone: 918-844-6055, email: hickory_hollow_homestead@yahoo.com, Facebook: HickoryHollowHomestead. Preferred contact is via email or text. Open for farm tours and milk pick-up by appointment only. Raw milk in season (February – November, and usually extended). Raw milk is available directly off the farm in Non-BPA plastic half gallon jugs for $10/gallon or $6/half gallon. They use a professional raw milk approved milking system and feed local hay and locally milled grain combined with high quality minerals. Kids are dam raised for their first 2 weeks whenever possible, and often left to be raised by their dams. ADGA Registered Lamancha kids, and the occasional adult, are available for sale. Goats are bred to improve milk production, ease of care, parasite resistance, and confirmation with improvement of the breed in mind. Kids are reserved with a deposit in advance or email for current selection. Goat milk soaps and herbal preparations (salves, etc.) are available in small batches. Text or email to check inventory. Available to teach classes on a variety of topics such as soap making, herbal preparations, and cheese making, email or visit their Facebook page for more information
    • Craig and Jen Massey, 37701 W. 361st Street South Bristow, OK 74010, Craig’s cell: 918-807-0155, Jen’s cell: 918-740-6108, web: www.knightsrest.org. They have one endangered dairy breed of dairy cows, Dutch Belted (Lakenvelder) and a new breed for the USA, Viking Red (Danish Red) which comes from Denmark. Both breeds excel in grass-based milk production. They also have Guernsey and Normande cows. They breed for A2/A2 beta casein and test for diseases. They have 160 acres and pasture cows full time. They raise replacement cows using nurse cows and feed very little grain, focusing on good grazing and healthy pastures. They have a small herd to tailor to cattle’s individual needs. Fresh whole raw milk available for sale year-round, $4/gallon. Please call ahead to reserve and schedule pickup time. They do sell family milk cows, trained, gentle and suitable to be a family cow, please ask if you or someone you know is considering owning their own family milk cow.  They consider their cows part of the family and we stay connected after the sale. Also for sale:  Small milking systems matched to your cow and your needs.
    • Twisted Acres Farm, Lola and Stephen Carter, 45637 W Hwy. 16 Bristow, OK 74010, phone: 918-633-8464, email: Lolathedogtrainer@gmail.com, Facebook: twistedacresfarm. They raise purebred Lamancha goats on their 45-acre farm. Owned and operated by a 100 percent disabled military veteran. Animals graze lush pastures all day and are only fed grains when on the milk stand. Milking areas are clean and animals are in good health. They flash chill and filter milk immediately. Milk is also tested once a month for butterfat and protein content. They also produce soft cheeses and yogurt as well as caramel. Price for milk is $10 per gallon fresh and $8 per gallon frozen.
  • Mannford: Guinea Ridge Farm, Sharon Babcock, 8605 S. Hwy 48, phone: 918-352-4152, email: guinearidge@aol.com. Raw Nubian and Oberhasli goat milk for sale. No preservatives, hormones, pesticides used. Large brown eggs and baby goats for sale.

Custer County:

  • Thomas: Small Town Jerseys, Lester and Ronda Unruh and Derek, 705 East Nebraska St. Thomas, OK 73669, phone: 580-661-2137, cell: 405-222-8241, Derek’s cell: 405-243-6035, email: lunruh@pldi.net. The Unruhs began milking Jerseys a few years ago for their own use. Cows are grassfed, with some grain during milking and in the winter some alfalfa hay is fed. Now selling to other locals. Cost is $5/gallon. Call ahead anytime or email and check availability.
  • Weatherford: Manney Funny Farm, Keith & Rebecca Manney, 23951 E 1010 RD, Weatherford, OK 73096, phone: 580-819-0214, email: rebeccamanney@gmail.com. Manney Funny Farm was born when Rebecca began looking for a better way to provide milk and eggs for her family. Turns out, Keith already owned a Jersey cow and simply needed to bring her home so they could milk her. With a fresh calf on her, Bluebell immediately began producing more than the family could drink! They now offer her milk for sale for $3/half gallon with jar exchange. Bluebell eats grass, oats, alfalfa, and corn. Eggs are also available for $3.50/dozen. Texting preferred, but you may also call or email for availability. Located 1 1/2 miles northwest of Weatherford.

Grady County:

  • Tuttle: Langhorst Natural Farms, Audra Langhorst, phone: 405-388-1604, apainter95@gmail.com. Facebook: Langhorst Natural Farms. Langhorst Natural Farms has a small Nubian dairy goat herd. Alex and Audra run a small family natural farm just outside of Tuttle. Milk is available for weekly or one time pick up. $8/gallon.

Grant County:

  • Manchester: Wildrose Farm, Mary and William Kellogg, RR1-Box 66, 73758, phone: 580-694-2372, email: thekelloggcenter@hotmail.com. Raw goat milk (seasonally available), goat meat, various cheeses, kefir, free-range eggs, birds raised to order, and vegetables. Naturally raised goats, with access to woods and browse, and given custom-made goat minerals.

Hughes County:

  • Holdenville: Upon A Rock Nubians, Wilkinson Family, Holdenville, OK, phone: 405-379-5504, email: okwilk213@itlnet.net. Raw goat milk $7/gallon, $4/half-gallon; free-range eggs when available $2.50/dozen.

Lincoln County:

  • Chandler: K-line Dairy Farm, Mike and Carol Kline, phone: 405-258-8584 or 918-866-2281. Jersey-Holstein cross cows fed on grass pasture and locally grown hay. Cows do get some natural grain in winter months. No antibiotics or herbicides used. Milk is $3/gallon picked up in your own jug. Call to get on list for daily or weekly pick-up. Spots filling up quickly.
  • Stroud: L R Family Farm, 49701 W. 341 St. S. Stroud, OK, phone: 918-510-1899 or 918-968-9360, email: everado757@yahoo.com. Milk ($6/gallon) and cream ($8/gallon) available year-round. Cow milked on day of pickup. Honey available in fall. They may also have a few kids for sale.

Logan County:

  • Coyle:
    • Shekinah Springs Farm, Bethany Morris, Coyle, OK (45 min. North of OKC), phone: 405-206-4898, email: lovemygoats@gmail.com. Raw goat milk and goat milk soap from healthy herd of Nubians.
    • Paige Farms Dairy Goats, Natalie Paige, 8114 S. Coyle Rd. Coyle, OK 73027, phone: 918-851-8724, email: Paigefarmok@gmail.com, web: paigefarmsdairygoats.weebly.com/, Facebook: paigefarmsdairygoats. They have Saanen and LaMancha dairy goats. The herd is tested annually for CAE, CL and Johnes. Milk is also periodically tested thru Langston University. The does are fed alfalfa hay from a local farmer and a dairy grain produced by Ahrberg Milling. Both cheese and milk are available at the farm. Chevre is available for $8 for 8 oz. container. Milk is available for $4/half gallon in glass jars. There is a $2 jar deposit. Please call for pick up Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. 10 am-5 pm.
  • Crescent: Cutter Family Farms, Rick & Elena Cutter, County Road 68 and Hwy 74, Crescent, OK, phone: 405-774-1717, email: rcutter@gmail.com. This family farm has free-range beef cows, a milk cow, and chickens. They offer raw milk, eggs, and grassfed beef to the public. No hormones or antibiotics used in production. Their milk/beef cows are pastured primarily on grass in the growing seasons and grass hay in the winter. Raw milk is available for pick up in half-gallon glass jars. Milk is $6/gallon with a $5 jar deposit. Brown eggs are $3/dozen. Contact them for availability of raw milk, eggs, or beef.
  • Guthrie: Sooner Gold Dairy, Warren Presnell and Melissa Snelling, 2401 W CO Rd 74 Guthrie, OK 73044, phone: 405-464-9946, email: Warren.Presnell@gmail.com. This family farm has registered Lamanchas, Saanens, and chickens. They also offer milk and eggs to the public. No hormones or antibiotics are used. Goats are fed alfalfa/grass, hay, and grain feed during milking. There is milk available 365 days a year. Milk $10 gallon/ Eggs $4 dozen.

Mayes County:

  • Langley: MooShine Ridge, (one mile north of Reasors off Hwy 82), Kimberly Jepsen, phone: 918-944-8816, email: MooShineRidge@yahoo.com web: MooShineRidge.com, Facebook: MooShineRidgeDexterCattle/ Raw A2 milk from Dexter cows $8/gallon and raw Nubian Dairy goat milk $10/gallon. All livestock are raised on unsprayed pasture year round. Winter feed: unsprayed prairie hay and sprouted wheat grass. MooShine Ridge also sells raw cheese and goat milk soap. Grassfed/grass finished Dexter beef, pasture raised KuneKune Pork, pasture raised chicken and chicken eggs available year round. Come check out the MooShine farm store to meet the farmers seven days a week 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.

McClain County:

  • Blanchard/Dibble:
    • Cross Timbers Farm, Lisa and Mike Lusby, 3286 East Veterans Memorial Hwy. Blanchard, OK 73010 (20 mi south of Oklahoma City on Hwy. 62), phone: 405-485-6075, email: Crosstimberfarm@hotmail.com, web: crosstimbersfarm.net. Family farm selling raw goat milk, goat milk products, and eggs. They raise registered Nubian, Saanen and Alpine dairy goats on alfalfa and fescue/rye/Bermuda grass pasture. $8/gallon for milk; $4/dozen for eggs. Goat sales and farm tours also available.
    • Stewart Dairy Farm, Randy, Chris, or Dusty Stewart, (1 mi south of intersection of East Veterans Memorial Hwy/Hwy 62 and MacArthur Blvd) Blanchard, OK 73010, phone: 405-485-3385, email: stewartdairyfarm@outlook.com, web: stewartdairyfarm.com. Stewart Dairy Farm is a fourth-generation dairy farm keeping registered Brown Swiss cattle raised on native grass and alfalfa (no growth hormones, antibiotics or grain and they do not used chemicals on their fields). Raw milk is $5.50/gallon. Eggs can also be purchased for $4/dozen.
    • Swinging K Farm, Dawn Kreger, phone: 405-924-0279, email: dawn@swingingkfarm.com. Family run farm, they raise Nubian and Alpine dairy goats. Selling fresh and frozen raw goat milk, and goat milk products. Milk is $8/gallon. Goats are raised on alfalfa hay and given no growth hormones or antibiotics. They also make goat milk soap and lotion.
  • Newcastle: Landrun Farm, 3851 NW 6th St., Telitha Proffit, phone: 405-640-0189, email: Telitha-proffit@hotmail.com, Facebook: LandrunLamanchas. Lamancha dairy goats. Raw milk is filtered in new one gallon jugs, $9/gallon. On farm sales only.

McCurtain County:

  • Idabel: Anna’s Goats, (SE corner of OK; 60 mi from Texarkana, 60 mi from Paris, TX, 100 mi from Sulphur Springs TX, 4 hours from OKC), phone: 580-208-3840, email: annasgoatmilksoap@hotmail.com, web: annasgoats.com. Serving NE Texas and SE Oklahoma. Raw goat milk and goat meat from goats that roam on a 40-acre pasture. Free-range eggs, free-range turkeys, free-range guineas. Homemade goat milk soap and lye soap (vegetable and animal based). No hormones or antibiotics used.

McIntosh County:

  • Checotah: Lisa Berry, phone: 918-348-4959. Milk $6/gallon if you bring your own jug. Jersey/Holstein cross.

Major County:

  • Fairview: Nunn Family, Adam and Denise, 10 miles west of Fairview, between Chester and Fairview on Hwy 60, phone: 580-227-7250. They have Holsteins, Jersey crosses, and brown Swiss.

Mayes County:

  • Adair/Grand Lake: Angela Faughtenberry, phone: 817-500-7010, email: info@413farm.com, web: www.413farm.com, Facebook: www.facebook.com/413farm. A2/A2 milk from Jersey cows grazed on unsprayed pastures, no hormones or antibiotics. On farm pick-up $8gallon, $5half-gallon, with $2 bottle deposit. They also raise pastured chicken, eggs, forested pork and grassfed beef. I-44 east, Adair exit #269, call for directions to farm.
  • Locust Grove:
    • Daisy Acres Farm, email: cara24@fairpoint.net. Raw goat milk available seasonally beginning in March. Brown eggs from pastured chickens $3.50/dozen when available. Pasture-raised chicken available end of May. Goat milk soap also.
    • Spirit Farms, Sarah Tarver, 11346 S 435 Rd. Locust Grove, OK, phone: 918-728-5644, email: SpiritFarms@aol.com. Raw goat milk from small herd of dairy goats. Goats are fed all-natural feed and local alfalfa that is not chemically sprayed. Available fresh or frozen, $6/gallon, $4/half-gallon, $2/quart. Bring your own container or they can provide you with a glass container for a one-time fee of $2. Eggs $2.50/dozen. They also operate a small herb farm that consists of culinary and medicinal herbs. Heirloom tomatoes available in limited quantities and other items such as goat milk soap, lotions and herbal products. See website for farm hours.
  • Pryor: GraysLland Acres, 2960 North 438 Rd., Pryor OK 74361, phone: 918-825-1522, email: myra@graysllandacres.com, web: graysllandacres.com. Raw goat milk available from small herd of Nubian, Alpine, and LaMancha dairy goats. Also goat milk soap and lotions. Call or email for directions and availability.

Murray County:

  • Davis: Cream O’ the Crop, Shorty and Lenora Thompson, phone: 405-665-5321, Facebook: facebook.com/creamothecrop. They raise Adga registered Nubian and Lamancha goats, fed a mixed grain on the stand, natural minerals, alfalfa and good mixed grass clover hay, plus 30 lush acres to browse. They have milk for $4/half gal. or $8/gal. with a $2 deposit for jars, they also sell fresh eggs, $3/dozen, and young fryer rabbits, live or dressed.

Nowata County:

  • Wann: TK Livestock, Tessa and Kennedy Kramer, phone: 918-697-8665, email: tkramer1269@gmail.com. Small, family-run farm raising Nubians/Saanen mix dairy goats, feeder hogs, free range chickens and vegetables during summer months. Fresh raw goat milk available that comes in half gallon glass jars. $7 gallon/$4 half gallon for off the farm pick up only. No deposit for jars, just bring back and they will switch them out each time. Dairy goats are fed quality hay and grass year-round with non-medicated grain on the stand. Fresh eggs available $2.50/dozen, also chickens for butcher. Feeder hogs are available, call or email for pricing. Baby goats available for purchase through the spring and summer months. Deposit required to hold as they dam raise the kids, and remaining amount due when pick up after weaned. Goat milk soap also available. Call, text, or email.

Oklahoma County:

  • EdmondProvidence Farms, (NW Edmond), phone: 405-359-8359, email: providencefarmsok@gmail.com, Facebook: providencefarmsok . A small family farm that raises all grassfed Guernsey and Jersey dairy cows. All cows have the A2/A2 protein. Cows only get grass that has not been sprayed, and organically grown alfalfa. The milk is filtered with dairy grade filters and bottled in glass jars only. The milk is $10/gallon or $5/half gallon. They also grow organically grown vegetables on farm when in season.
  • Luther: The Oklahoma Donkey Dairy (Formerly Buttercup Farm) Donkey milk available on their website at www.donkeymilkforhealth.com. You can also find more research on donkey milk and its health benefits on their skincare website at http://www.dulcededonke.com, and you can sign up for their raw milk wait list there as well.
  • Oklahoma City: Prairie Thyme Farm, 18801 Sunvalley Rd. Newalla, OK 74857 phone: 405-589-7361, email: prairiethymefarm@yahoo.com, web:  www.prairiethymefarm.com, Facebook: prairiethymefarm. They have a herd of Nubian, Lamanchas, and Alpine dairy goats. They are raised on 10 acres of pasture with free choice local alfalfa and prairie grass hay with local sourced grain on the milk stand. They use as many natural and holistic practices as possible. The following products are for sale: raw goat milk, pasteurized goat milk, kefir, cheese, yogurt, soap, and lotion. Baby goats are also available in the spring and summer. The farm is open by appointment only at this time. Farm tours and volunteer opportunities are available.
  • Spencer: Flyaway Farm, S. Morris, PO Box 223 Spencer, OK, email: flyawayfarm@gmail.com. Raw goat milk $9/gallon by pre-order only, March-Oct.

Okmulgee County:

  • BeggsCheckerboard Creek Farm, John & Anita Deupree, 5310 Herrick Rd. phone: 918-267-4021, email: checkerb@cbcfarm.com, web: cbcfarm.com. Raw goat milk (fresh or frozen), free-range eggs, goat milk soap.

Osage County:

  • Fairfax: Saltcreek Nubians, Linda Myers (owner), 2735 County Road 5909 Fairfax, OK 74637, phone: 918-642-3035, email: lmyers@cimtel.net. Raw goat milk available seasonally (spring, summer, and into autumn), from naturally fed Nubians. No chemicals used.

Ottawa County:

  • Wyandotte: LOMAH Dairy, Stanley and Donna Johnson, 23800 S. 690 Rd. Wyandotte, OK 74370 (1 mi from MO border), phone: 918-533-7132/7134, email: johnson-d@mssu.edu. Oklahoma state licensed raw milk bottling plant. Milking grassfed Jersey cows (farm’s grass hay fed in winter months). Cows receive grain (no chicken byproducts) at milking. No hormones used. Milk is jugged each morning and placed in a cooler for you. They are now making cheese and will offer raw milk cheese in the future. Open 5:00 am until 10:00 pm.

Payne County:

  • Perkins/Stillwater: Jeremy and Angela Linzey, phone: 405-315-0445. Cows and goats are on unsprayed pasture and are fed only non-GMO feed, no soy, antibiotics, or hormones in their grain. Cow milk is $6/gallon and goat milk is $4/half-gallon. They do provide new plastic containers or you may bring your own half-gallon or gallon jars. Call ahead for pick up.
  • Stillwater: Jorgensen’s Home Dairy. phone: 1-405-377-5795, web: http://stillwaterhomedairy.com/. Goat milk (Nubian and Alpine) and cow milk (Jersey) is for sale in glass canning jars that are vacuum sealed for freshness. $2/quart or $8/gallon. They also offer raw yogurt for $3/quart, as well as a variety of cheeses including brick, cheddar, chevre, colby, coltswold, feta, gouda, havarti and monterey jack. Try before you buy. They have milk and cheese all year round. Can deliver milk to Edmond twice a year. Call landline above or contact through website to order. First time buyers must make an appointment before coming. No surprise visits, please!

Pontotoc County:

  • Ada/Allen: Byrd’s Dairy, Larry and Virginia Byrd, Rt.1 Box 225L Allen, OK 74825, phone: 580-265-4301. Raw goat milk available for $6/gallon or $2/quart. No hormones or antibiotics used in production. Animals are fed locally mixed feed and alfalfa hay.

Pushmataha County:

  • Tuskahoma: Trinity Ranch, Darrin or Rachael Goode, HC64 Box 3070 Tuskahoma, OK 74574, phone: 918-983-0018/918-839-2404 (call or text), email: trinityranch12@gmail.com. They offer Jersey milk at $4/gallon, butter at $2/half pound, and cream at $3/pint. Cows are pasture kept but they are fed creep and alfalfa pellets during milking.

Rogers County:

  • Chelsea: Dill’s-A Little Goat Farm/Dorsey-Lane Nubians, Chris and Ellen Dorsey, 21181 E Hwy 28A Chelsea, OK (across the road from the World’s Largest Totem Pole in Foyil, OK), phone: 918-342-1425, email: ellendill@sbcglobal.net, web: dillsalittlegoatfarm.com. Raw goat milk and colostrum from healthy Nigerian Dwarf and Nubian dairy goats. They also sell pasteurized milk and colostrum, so be sure to ask for the raw.
  • Claremore:
    • Colortime Nubians, Christina, 14124 E. 440 Rd. Claremore, OK 74017, phone: 918-342-6830, email: cowgrlsweetie@aol.com. Raw milk from Nubian and mini-Nubian goats sold off the farm for both human and pet consumption, frozen colostrum when available, free-range brown and blue-green eggs. They pasteurize milk on request so make sure you are getting raw milk. Email or call Christina first for availability and pricing.
    • Swan Brothers Dairy Inc., 938 East 5th St. Claremore, OK 74017, phone: 918-341-2298. Raw milk available for purchase at the farm. Grassfed on unsprayed pasture. No herbicides or hormones used. Raw milk cheese available for shipment within continental US (call and have Visa or MasterCard available).
  • Inola:
    • Four-Oaks Farm, Georg Ann Mundis, 21995 E 560 Rd., phone: 918-543-4985, email: fouroaksfarm@tds.net. Raw goat milk (fresh or frozen) and raw milk cheeses, available seasonally.
    • Silversprings Farms, 20454 E. 570 Rd. Inola, OK 74036, phone: 918-543-3769, email: dairygoatplace@yahoo.com. Farmstead and small batch products. Raw goat milk off the farm, fresh or frozen, some goat milk soap, goat milk fudge and free-range brown, blue, and green eggs. They milk seven Nubians and an occasional Mini Nubian. Call or email ahead.

Sequoyah County:

  • Vian: Wild-Cat’s Acres, Jo Ann Wildcat, Rt. 1 Box 205-A, Vian. OK 74962, phone: 918-773-8782, email: jwildcat@ipa.net. Raw milk, baby goats, and puppies occasionally.

Stephens County:

  • DuncanTall Grass Jerseys, LLC, Dereck and Aubrey McPherson, 291413 Old Hwy. 7 Duncan, OK 73533, phone: 580-656-7055,  email: aubrey.mcpherson@yahoo.com. Located just east of Duncan, they offer A2/A2 milk from registered Jerseys. They are a small family farm with fresh milk and free-range eggs available daily. No hormones or antibiotics used. They feed the cows a small amount of non-GMO locally milled grain during milking and are pastured on native prairie grass. Supplemented with local native hay during the winter. Fresh milk is available for pick up in half gallon glass jars. Milk is $7/gallon with a $2 bottle deposit and eggs are $4/dozen. Call ahead of time to ensure availability and to be put on the weekly pick-up list. Driving directions upon request. They also sell registered/non registered Jersey cows for family milk cows, with or without calves.

Texas County:

  • Hardesty: The McCarty Barn, Casey and Sasha McCarty, Rt. 21 Box 56 Hardesty, OK 73944, email: Mccartyfarm25@gmail.com, phone: 580-461-5075, Facebook: The McCarty Barn. The McCarty Barn milks Jersey cows, fed a forage-based diet of alfalfa hay, silage with added grain to ensure their cows stay in good shape during colder months. During the summer their cows are outside and offered pasture all the time. The farm is located south of Hardesty three miles, Hardesty sits 18 miles east of Guymon.

Tulsa County:

  • Owasso: Little Lockett Acres, Patricia Lockett, 11106 N 189th E Ave. Owasso, OK 75044. phone: 918-504-4256, email: LittleLockettAcresOwasso@gmail.com. Fresh or frozen raw goat milk. Goat milk products available, such as soap, lotion, etc. Milk $8/gallon and chicken eggs $3.50/dozen. Pick-up at farm. Please call ahead.
  • Sand Springs: Heavens Little Acres, Marshall and Jana Hager, phone: 918-245-1291, email: Hlacres@aol.com. Raw goat milk, goat cheese, and free-range chicken eggs. Dairy has been in operation since 1995 and currently milking 19 healthy Nubian goats. No herbicides, pesticides, hormones, or antibiotics used. Call ahead for availability and directions.

Wagoner County:

  • Wagoner:
    • Jimmy and Cat Curtis, 75711 S 300th Rd, Wagoner, OK 74467, phone: 817-715-0204, email: Cat.curtis83@gmail.com. Jersey cow.
    • Greer’s Farm, Shane & Missy Greer, 10948 N. 20th St. W. Wagoner, OK 74467, phone: 918-857-1629, email: Shanegreer2@juno.com. Raw goat milk from Nubian dairy goats.

Woods County:

  • Dacoma: MollyMoo Creamery, 17248 CR 450 Dacoma, OK 73731, phone: 580-278-1418, email: Mollymoocreamery@gmail.com. Holstein and Brown Swiss cows. They feed locally grown feed supplies and are a rotational grazing farm. Raw milk, cream, butter, and cheese available.

71 thoughts on “Oklahoma

  1. Hi, ı am from Lawton . I would like too buy raw milk to make cheese and, homemade yoğurt. Can you help me please too find any farm close to Lawton ?
    Thanks .
    Sultan Soylu.

  2. New to wilburton, Latimer county. We were close to and getting our milk from lomah dairy just across the state line from Tiff city missouri, but now we are too far, and I heard they are closing. I need my raw milk. Been trying to drink processed store bought…yuck. please tell me there is something at least within an hour of me

  3. I’m in Burkburnett Texas what’s the nearest farm with raw cow’s milk? What about the nearest raw goats milk?

  4. When I clicked on the link for Berry Creek Farm in Oklahoma the landing page just said the farm was for sale and nothing else.

  5. We’re currently auditing all the listings and this is one where the website and Facebook links no longer worked…we took those out and emailed the email address to ask if they were still in business. No answer for a month so far so it doesn’t seem promising. We’re planning to take them off the listings.

    • I have not been able to log in to update our listing. We have updated our dairy herd and deleted the “land line” from our farm. Please contact me so that I can learn why my log in information no longer works. Thanks
      Jen Massey
      Knight’s Rest Retreat
      Bristow, OK

  6. Looking for a place that sells raw grass fed Goats or Cow milk near Oklahoma City.

    Please let me know if you can help.


  7. We are relocating to the area this fall and are not familiar with it. Is there anywhere near Bartelsville to get raw milk?

  8. The eastern part of the state as far west as oklahoma city have All kinds of farms. Just have to sort through them. I would like to suggest these farms start leaving a small message at to what part of OK. they live. It would help to lessen the time to check each one out. You can tell a little about where they live by the phone number that narrows down the list. Hope this is helpful.

    • We are hoping we will be able to include a mapping function on the site at some point. However, some farmers prefer not to list their location for various reasons. We are reviewing other possible solutions to help indicate locations.

  9. Gallou Farms no longer have any cattle so no milk. They may still have eggs. Not sure you could call and ask. I use to get milk and eggs there a couple of years ago. They sold the cattle.

  10. Almost any food could carry risk but some foods are much safer than others. Dairy, raw or pasteurized, is safer than many other foods in terms of the number of instances of illness, severe illness, etc. We have a number of articles, reports, and official testimony here about the safety of raw milk of itself and in relation to the relative risk from other foods.


    There are practices farmers should adhere to to further reduce the risk of foodborne illness. Cows should be fed mostly or exclusively grass (out on pasture most of the year, hay in barns in winter–a little non-GMO grain at milking, preferably soaked/sprouted, can be helpful for the cow to maintain her weight, although some consumers are very sensitive and have to find 100% grassfed milk). Udders should be cleaned before milking, milked into a stainless steel container, and the milk cooled immediately, etc. (these are broad strokes I’m listing, not a complete regimen).

    • They no longer have anything to sell. I live 8 miles from them and emailed them a couple of years ago. I am surprised they dont let this site know . People go to a lot of trouble on this site only to find out they are no longer selling anything.

      • Thanks for your comments. We will update the listings. Because of the hundreds of listings on this site, it is nearly impossible for us to keep track when providers stop supplying milk. So we do rely on them to let us know, but we’re sure that slips through the cracks sometimes when you have other things to worry about.

  11. The state of Oklahoma allows EBT or Access cards to be used at Farmer’s Markets. Sprouts and Urban Agrarian are good places to take food stamps. (Processed milk, yes, from a very good local dairy.)

  12. I think you could try Franklin Graham’s ministry- Samaritan’s Purse , look up- they might be able to find goat or farmer who is needing to sell. Also James Robinson Ministries. These are very proactive ministries for community growth and wellbeing. Also try CBN ministries, they give goats to farmers in need, could find one near by for you. God Bless You!

  13. You might look above @ the city of Vian farm and Locust Grove, both cities on the border of Arkansas as I remember.

  14. Go to OSU OKC farmer’s Market on Portland and at the very back of the barn, the gentlemen can help you find Mr. Pratt who can locate someone who has cream, hopefully. He is very concerned and COOPs his booth with many farmers, I believe.

      • Forgot to tell you that if a farmer above has a 405 area code, you may only have to drive 30 minutes to get their cream. Also I know a goat milk farm but they are not on here off Sooner Road. You can advertise on Craigs list with the need, see who responds?

  15. You can get farm fresh free range eggs at the Chickasha Country Store just west of 29th st. on hwy 62 to verden. They are $3/doz and you won’t find better eggs anywhere!

  16. 6/25/15-Purchased fresh raw goats milk from Ball Farms in Mustang (Canadian County) and it tasted wonderful! Will buy from them again!

  17. I am moving to West Tulsa the end of June. I get raw milk here in PA and was really upset about Tulsa county’s rules. I was so excited with all the places to buy organic in Tulsa, then find out…NO Raw milk. I can’t find your location here. Do you still have your family cow or know of any cowshares near W. Tulsa. Thank You. Carol

  18. Thanks for your well informed response. We only milk our one Jersey, but it is much more expensive for us to drink than to buy milk from the store. I wouldn’t even want to think how much one gallon REALLY costs us! Besides the cows initial cost, usually around $1,800, there’s vaccinations, worming, cleaning, equipment care, etc. She also doesn’t produce milk for 3 months while she’s waiting to deliver.but we still feed her well. Grain prices don’t go down, just up. We bale our hay, but still have to pay the man who bales it for us, plus the gas for our tractor to move the hay, clean the barn. The list goes on & on for small incidentals that raise the price involved in keeping a dairy cow.

    • do you still have excess raw cows milk I live in broken Arrow. Would be interested in buy. what is your price.

    • We have raw goats milk year around. the farm is 7 miles from Chouteau. Milk from pastured LaMancha goats fed non- GMO alfafla,, no insecticides, antibiotics, herbicides etc.

  19. Hi,
    I am about an hour away in Adair….our family cow is producing excess now. We have chicken eggs. Also we have duck and some turkey eggs.

    • I’m looking for raw grass-fed/pastured cows milk in or around LeFlore county Oklahoma. I don’t mind driving a while to get good quality milk.

    • I am moving to West Tulsa the end of June. I get raw milk here in PA and was really upset about Tulsa county’s rules. I was so excited with all the places to buy organic in Tulsa, then find out…NO Raw milk. I can’t find your location here. Do you still have your family cow or know of any cowshares near W. Tulsa. Thank You. Carol

  20. I looked at an article written about Lomah’s and they do sell it in Tulsa, but it is pasteurized because you can’t sell raw milk in Tulsa County. They use VAT pasteurizing, which uses low heat and barely affects the taste of the milk.

    • new To This site. what Is a Hurd share? I’m Wanting To Buy a Very Young Heifer To Raise And Calf So i Can Milk Her. sounds stupid, i know, but Don’t Know Of Another Way To Find Out.

      • Herdshares or cowshares are arrangements where people buy a cow or goat, or shares of a herd, and so they own the animals and thus their milk. Meanwhile, they pay the farmer an additional amount to take care of the animals, milk them, and have the milk available for share holders (or possibly even deliver it). It is a very old legal arrangement that has worked well in many states. No where is it illegal to drink raw milk, and if you own the animals you own their milk, so the farmer paid to take care of them isn’t selling the milk to you. You’ve hired him as a caretaker.

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