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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 Oregon:

Dear OR Raw Milk Farmer: Several OR raw dairy farmers have had their insurance cancelled “for sales of raw milk.” These were homeowner/hobby farmer insurance policies issued by Country Insurance, which is associated with the Farm Bureau. They found the names of the raw milk farmers on realmilk.com. If we have listed you as a source of raw milk here on realmilk.com and you no longer wish to be listed, please, email: the webmaster at webmaster at realmilk dot com, with REMOVE REAL MILK LISTING in the subject line. Please specify state, city, and farm name so we can find the listing.

Baker County:

  • Halfway: Lone Fir Dairy, 46720 Lone Fir Rd. Halfway, OR 97834 (Eastern OR 5 mi from ID border), phone: 541-742-7612, email: lonefirdairy@pinetel.com. Raw milk. Email or call for information. If you call, please leave a message if no answer as they are usually out tending to the farm and the animals.

Benton County:

  • BlodgettGrassward Dairy, Aimee Marciniak & Brian Fuller, phone: 541-456-4243, email: grassward.dairy@gmail.com. Rotational grazing on 50 acres in the Coast Range at Summit. Feed and supplements include: grass hay made by the dairy; fodder crops for summer drought and winter; locally sourced and milled GMO-free grain; alfalfa; kelp and minerals. Laboratory and on-farm milk testing. A2/A2 by request. $65/month herdshare. Please contact them for many more details about farming, feeding and sanitation practices, and dairy products. Weekly deliveries to Corvallis, Philomath and other nearby rural areas. Biweekly deliveries to Newport.
  • Corvallis:
    • Deck Family Farm, Pick-up locations on the farm as well as weekly drop off in Corvallis. See their full listing under Junction City (Lane County).
    • First Alternative Coop sells Ferns’ Edge Dairy raw goat milk (licensed).
    • Grassward Dairy, Weekly deliveries to Corvallis and other nearby rural areas. See full listing above under Blodgett.
    • Hazelton Farms  Serves this area; see their full listing under Philomath below
    • Helios Farms: Has a drop-off point in Corvallis. See their full listing under Yoncalla (Douglas County).
  • Monroe: Baldwin Family Farm, Danielle and Hailey Baldwin, 24615 Alpine Rd., Monroe, OR 97456, phone: 541-285-0392, email: BFFBaldwinFamilyFarm@gmail.com. Raw goat milk from healthy Alpine and Nubian dairy goats on pasture and fed alfalfa pellets and grain while milking. Available at the farm in quart or half-gallon jars. $4/half-gallon plus $2 jar deposit or bring own jars.
  • Philomath:
    • Grassward Dairy, Serves this area; see their full listing above under Blodgett.
    • Hazelton Farms, Mark Hazelton, 14420 Wildwood Rd. Philomath, OR, phone: 541-602-3603, email: hazelton.mark@gmail.com, web: www.hazeltonfarm.com. Hazelton Farm raises Mini Nubian goats on a 50-acre farm in the coast range. The goats get free access to pasture, hay grown on the farm and grain during milking. Hazelton Farm is offering goat milk herdshares for $25 per share. Each share owner pays a $50 fee per month for the care and milking of the herd. The goats are producing enough for each share to get a half-gallon of milk per week. Please contact them for the herdshare and care contract details.
    • Lonsway Farm, phone: 541-929-5605, email: flonsway@comcast.net. Raw milk and various cheeses.

Clackamas County:

  • Estacada: email, dianeliot42@gmail.com. Raw milk available,25 years of milking experience. Cows are A2/A2, fed grass and Eastern Oregon hays, no grain.
  • Molalla:
    • Goat milk, near Molalla city, phone: 503-829-9928. Goat milk available daily from Oberhasli and Toggenburg high production does raised on alfalfa and grass hay and some browse. Call before coming.
    • Blueberry Sunrise Farm, minutes from Oregon City,14453 S. Macksburg Rd. Molalla, OR 97038, phone: 503-380-0084, email: blueberrysunrise@molalla.net. web: www.realjerseymilk.com. Farm with 36 years of experience milking offers raw cow milk from some A2/A2 cows on 20 acres of pasture, fed local grass hay and a small amount of freshly milled grain. Milk is $12/gallon and $6/half gallon in glass jars. Some butter, cream, and eggs also available at times. Customer references available.
    • Phillips Family Farm: Carla Phillips, 35466 S. Firwood Lane, Molalla, OR (just off of highway 213 between Molalla and Silverton), phone/text: 503-380-2041, email: carla@phillipsfamilyfarm.net, web: phillipsfamilyfarm.net,  Facebook: PhillipsFamilyFarmOR. Phillips Family Farm offers raw, cream on top Jersey milk. Milk is tested monthly with test results posted. Other offerings include pastured eggs, pork and beef shares. New customers by appointment only.
  • Oregon City/Portland: Highland Creamery, Kevin MacBearach, 23902 South Upper Highland Road Beavercreek, OR 97004, (20 mins east of Oregon City), phone: 503-260-6366, email: highlandrawmilk@gmail.com, web: www.highland-creamery.com. Highland Creamery is a family micro-dairy serving local communities since 2013. They milk registered Guernseys cows, all certified A2/A2. Their practices include rotational grazing at the onset of the warmer seasons and housing the cows in the barn with hay and alfalfa during the worst of the cold/wet season. The cows graze a variety of grasses and plants. Their cows’ diets do not contain any corn or soy. They offer herdshares with milk available for pick up seven days a week at their Oregon City drop site, just a few minutes off of I-205. Milk can also be purchased anytime at their farm store in Beavercreek once set up as a customer.

Columbia County:

  • Rainier: Rainier Heritage Farm, Annie Cooney, 76265 Delena Mayger Rd. Rainier, OR 97048, phone: 360-560-5393, email: jamfarm3@gmail.com. Two pasture/alfalfa fed jersey cows that are their pride and joy. Milk bottled in half gallon plastic jugs. No hassle of returning jars. Available at their farm stand 24/7 please call or text for your door code.

Coos County:

  • Myrtle PointRebekah & Phil Hacker, 95084 Cherry Ridge Ln, Myrtle Point, OR 97458, phone: 541-735-2872, email: krebekah@gmail.com. A2/A2 Jersey milk, $10/gallon. Cows rotated on fresh pasture with free choice hay and a bit of grain at milking. 100 percent of their feed is GMO- corn- and soy-free and is (non-certified) organic. One cow in milk, she gets to keep her calf in the day. Tours available upon request.

Crook County:

  • Prineville: Windy Acres Dairy, 3320 NW Stahancyk Ln. Prineville, OR 97754,
    phone: 541-447-5389, cell: 541-613-5239. Windy Acres provides raw milk products through a herdshare program. In business since 2003. The farm is a grade A dairy facility, also licensed to make and sell cheese. Milk is tested each month, and cows are tested for TB and Brucellosis to meet state requirements. The farm produces meats, (pork, lamb, chicken, and beef/young beef “rose veal”), dairy (milk, kefir, yogurt, raw butter, cream, creme fresh, ghee, buttermilk). Products are available in Ashland, Beaverton, Bend, Eugene, Hood River, Madras, Medford, Portland, Redmond, The Dalles, Tigard, and at the farm.

Deschutes County:

  • Bend:
    • Windy Acres Dairy, Has a drop point in this area; see their full listing under Prineville (Crook Cosunty).
    • Hope Springs Dairy, Zane and Summer McCourtney,
      phone: 541-880-3153, email: hopespringsdairy@gmail.com, web: hopespringsdairy.com, Facebook: HopeSpringsDairy. Raw cow or goat milk herdshares available. Goats are a mix of breeds but mostly Nubians. Cows are Jerseys. Pasture fed, supplemented with grain at milking. No hormones, herbicides, chemical fertilizers, or antibiotic feed used. Milk herdshare is $35/month for one gallon per week share. Farm tours available by appointment.
    • Kalebaugh Family Farm, Travis & Heidi Kalebaugh, 63375 Silvis Rd. Bend, OR 97701, phone: 541-480-5215 or 541-419-9147, email: kalebaugh@gmail.com, Facebook: Kalebaugh Family Farm LLC, Instagram: kalebaugh_family_farm. Registered Jersey cows (3-4 milking), organic pasture plus grain at milking time. Milk in glass gallon or half-gallon jars @ $9/gallon, $5/half gallon; weekly pick-up at farm, 6am-10pm. They offer herdshares and shareholders are welcome at the farm anytime, milkings are 8 am and 8 pm. Tours available by appointment.
    • Tumbleweed Farm, Email: tiffanyinbend@gmail.com. Small family farm raising Nubian and Nubian cross dairy goats fed alfalfa pellets, grass hay, and whole oats on the milkstand. Raw milk is available for pick up in half-gallon glass jars. Milk is $6/gallon with a $5 jar deposit. They offer in limited quantities to their goat customers yogurt, soft cheese, kefir, and buttermilk. They also raise meat chickens, turkey, pork, free-range eggs, all-natural vegetable soaps, and spinnable fiber. Visits welcome.
    • Windflower Farm LLC, Gigi Meyer, 26285 Walker Rd. Bend, OR 97701, phone: 541-318-1417, email: gigimeyer@me.com, Facebook: windflowerfarm, Alpine dairy goats, sustainably raised and pastured, AWA (Animal Welfare Approved). Email for product availability and pricing.
  • Redmond:
    • Windy Acres Dairy, Has a drop point in this area; see their full listing under Prineville (Crook County).
    • Hope Springs Dairy, Has a drop site in Redmond. See full listing above under Bend.

Douglas County:

  • DrainHelios Farms, Has a drop-off point in Drain. See their full listing under Yoncalla below.
  • Roseburg: Helios Farms: Is at the Umpqua Valley Farmer’s Market every Saturday delivering milk and other goods, and has a drop point in Roseburg for those who can’t make it to the market. See their full listing under Yoncalla below.
  • Tiller: Permaorganic Farm, Alexis Sebik, 795 Diamond Elk Road
    Tiller, OR 97484, phone: 541-825-7855, email: diamondcreek@exede.net. Dairy herd of Mini Nubian goats, 25 years in developing the herd. All natural diet and herbal medications. Fresh or frozen raw goat’s milk and cultured creme cheese available for sale at the farm. When available, they also sell breeding stock of Mini Nubian dairy bucklings and does. They feed alfalfa, grain, and natural forage. Volunteers learn natural animal husbandry.
  • Yoncalla: Helios Farms, Theo and Kira, phone: 541-908-0561, email: heliosfarms@gmail.com, web: heliosfarms.com. Facebook: HeliosFarms. Oregonians wanting access to raw cow milk purchase shares of Helios Farms dairy herd and hire Helios Farms to board and milk their shares of the herd. Helios Farms LLC is a farm share owner CSA located near Yoncalla with drop points in multiple cities. Helios Farms sells shares of their Jersey milk herd via their milk herdshare agreement. All cows are located at the farm in Yoncalla. Each cow’s milk is bottled separately (no processing or skimming). Farm share owners are invited to visit Helios Farms to meet their cow, experience the farm, and review and approve the boarding, milking, and bottling practices used with their herd. Milk is tested daily in the on-farm lab. Cows forage and are fed hay and organic alfalfa (while being milked). Helios Farms is an orthomolecular farm with a focus on promoting healthy and balanced microbiome in the soil, animals, and farm share owners. Pre-milking teat dip is dissolved ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and niacinamide (vitamin B3). Post-milking teat dip is clabbered milk to reintroduce the probiotic spectrum to the teat. The water source on the land is spring water and spring-fed ponds.

Hood River County:

  • Hood RiverWindy Acres Dairy, Has a drop point in this area; see their full listing under Prineville (Crook County).

Jackson County:

  • Ashland:
    • Windy Acres Dairy,Serves this area, available on the second Saturday of each month; see their full listing under Prineville (Crook County).
    • Meyer Creek Family Farm, East Valley View Rd., phone: 541-482-7099. They are milking two Jersey A2/A2 certified cows. Pasture is treated with biodynamic preps and cows are grassfed. Sometimes butter, yogurt, and cheese are available. Half gallons in glass jars with jar deposit or we fill your jar. $9/half gallon. Call for directions and appointment.
    • White Oak Ranch, Has a pick up location here. See their full listing below under Eagle Point.
    • Willow-Witt Ranch, 658 Shale City Rd. Ashland, OR 97520, phone: 541-890-1998, email: info@willowwittranch.com, web: www.willowwittranch.com, Facebook: WillowWittRanch. Certified Organic Alpine dairy goat herdshare. Rotationally grazed in the summer with alfalfa supplemented in the winter. They also receive organic dairy goat grain from Skratch and Peck during milking. One time buy in of $40, Half gallon of milk is $15. Deliveries Tuesday and Friday in Ashland and Tuesday in Medford. Also available for pick up at their farm store. Cream available seasonally.
  • Central Point: CT Ranch, Pierre & Nicole Caballero 5805 Peace Lane Central Point, OR 97502, phone: 541-840-7008, email: ctranch5@gmail.com, web: www.ctranch.com, Facebook: ctranch.
    CT Ranch is a family-run micro-dairy providing raw cow milk from A2/A2 Guernsey and Brown Swiss cows since 2014. The cows are rotationally grazed on pasture daily, along with free choice hay in the winter months. They are given alfalfa and organic molasses, oats and barley and choice minerals, during milking, once per day. They offer herdshares, starting at one gallon of milk per week (half shares are also available). Milk pickup is available Monday through Friday 11 am – 6 pm from their farm store in Central Point, just two minutes from Medford. All cows are fully tested and milk is tested monthly. They also have free-range chicken and duck eggs, grass fed beef, heritage pastured pork, raw honey and a variety of other dairy products available to farm members.
  • Eagle PointWhite Oak Ranch: 10700 Agate Rd. Eagle Point, OR 97524, email: devonbenbrook@mac.com, web: thewhiteoakranch.com. 100 percent grassfed Jersey and Guernsey cows; all have been DNA-tested for A2. Cows have access to over 100 acres of native grasses and are supplemented with alfalfa in winter. No sprays or pesticides are ever used, they use organic practices for the whole ranch. Herdshares are available throughout the year and can be half or whole shares. The milk is bottled in a separate clean room just for milk handling and cows are tested daily. Convenient pick up locations in Ashland and Phoenix as well as Eagle Point farm. Visitors welcome in the summer by appointment. Other products such as raw Greek yogurt are available as well as grassfed beef and pastured Heritage pork. They have provided grassfed milk to the Rogue Valley since 2010.
  • Jacksonville/Applegate: Rogue Artisan Foods, Gilly Gifford and Evan Short, 10414 Hwy 238 Jacksonville, OR 97530, phone: 541-708-1565, email: rogueartisanfoods@gmail.com, web: rogueartisanfoods.com, Facebook: rogueartisanfoods. Rogue Artisan Goat Dairy provides raw goat milk to the local community from their 8 Lamancha milk goats. The goats forage on pasture and forest and are provided with supplemental feed at night, including hay and sprouted organic grains. All feed is locally sourced from Oregon farmers. Although not Certified Organic currently, they are committed to using organic feed first and foremost and also supporting neighbors who use organic standards and good practices. All animals are cared for using holistic medicine. Never fed corn, soy, or GMOs. No vaccines, chemical wormers or non-therapeutic antibiotics. 100 percent Oregon grown hay and sprouted grains. Supplemented with organic kelp and Bokashi Probiotics. Milk is available in the on farm self-serve fridge or through the website or milk CSA.
  • Medford:
    • CT Ranch, serves this area. See their ful listing above under Central Point.
    • Willow-Witt Ranch, Deliveries Tuesday in Medford. See full listing above under Ashland.
    • Windy Acres Dairy, Serves this area, available on the second Saturday of each month; see their full listing under Prineville (Crook County).
    • email: oxford@wildblue.net. Serving Medford/Roseburg area. Mini Nubian dairy goats and hair sheep herds. Fresh milk and yogurt available. Personal healing retreats, all-natural animal husbandry. Farm borders National Forest. “Raising Goats Naturally” and “Homesteading for Conscious Living” hands-on workshops. Camping and no-hook-up RV site available. Share farm facilities for healing retreats.
  • PhoenixWhite Oak Ranch: They have a pick up location in Phoenix. See their full listing above under Eagle Point.
  • Rogue River:
    • Runnymede Farm, Arthur & Teri White, 1831 West Evans Creek Rd., phone: 541-582-6193, email: runnymedefarm@msn.com. Raw cow milk and goat milk available. Must be a member of the current customer list. Call to get on the list.
    • Brittany, (3 miles from Rogue River, 7 miles S of Grants Pass off Hwy. 99), phone: 541-531-8465, email: goatgrll@yahoo.com. Raw goat milk from small family farm focused on sustainability. Nubian and Nubian cross goats are fed a diet of organic grain and no-spray hay. They have access to a free choice mineral buffet and pens/paddocks are rotated for the optimum health of the animals and the land. The goats are raised and managed naturally using herbs and homeopathy for holistic care. $6/half-gallon in glass mason jars. Return their jars or bring your own to fill.

Jefferson County:

  • Culver: Snow-View Farm, phone: 971-235-8150, email: Oberboerd@gmail.com. Small family farm that raises grassfed Oberhasli dairy goats. They are fed a GMO-free grain with legumes mixed in while being milked, free choice Central Oregon alfalfa along with other high-quality hays. Free-choice minerals, kelp, and clean water are always available to them. Holistic health care whenever possible. Worming at kidding time and before winter hits; antibiotics only if absolutely necessary. In both cases, those goats are taken off the milk line for seven days. All of the milkers are on a show string; See them at Oregon State Fair and Deschutes County Fair, Crook County Fair and Jefferson County Fair. Goat milk is $6/half-gallon, stored in clean half gallon glass jars.
  • MadrasWindy Acres Dairy, Has a drop point in this area; see their full listing under Prineville (Crook County).

Josephine County:

  • Cave Junction: Frog Farm, 9044 Takilma Road Cave Junction, OR 97523, phone:  541-592-3386, email: frogfarmdeb@gmail.com, Facebook: FrogFarm. Frog Farm is a 10-acre homestead and herb farm using and promoting Permaculture practices. Animals include Alpine/Nubian milk goats, free-range chickens and ducks, rabbits, and livestock guardian dogs. In addition to pasture, animals are fed organic grains/feed, seaweed, comfrey, and other nutrient dense vegetation. Goat milk is $4/quart plus jar deposit. Call or come by to become familiar with farm store and available products, which change seasonally. Frog Farm hosts classes and workshops, a tool library, gleaning project, and seed swaps, provides nursery plants, wellness and farm design consultations, and more.
  • Grants PassRainbow Valley Dairy Goats, Melissa and Les Derfler, Southgate Way Grants Pass, OR 97527, phone: 541-450-1407/541-291-5110, email: rainbowvalley12@gmail.com, web: www.ewe2you.com/rainbowvalley. Rainbow Valley has ADGA registered Nubian and Saanen dairy goats. They have access to 4-5 acres irrigated pasture, fresh water, daily alfalfa and/or orchard grass hay, organic barley and other grains, along with kelp and Molly’s Herbal Wormer weekly. Herd is tested annually and remains CAE negative, has no caseous lymphadenitis or other health issues. Breeding stock and quality kids available. Milk is $12/gallon, bring own container. Mozzarella and feta cheese available on order. Milk available year-round, call ahead to set up pick-up time, Sun-Fri.
  • Williams: Turkey Feather Farm, phone: 541-846-6246, email: catlettclan@starband.net, web: turkeyfeatherfarm.com. Raw milk from Alpine goats.

Lincoln County:

  • Newport: Grassward Dairy, Biweekly deliveries to Newport. See full listing above under Blodgett (Benton County).

Lane County:

  • Cheshire:
    • McAllister Family Farm and Creamery, phone: 541-998-1464. web: mcallisterfamilyfarm.com, Facebook; McAllister Family Farm and Creamery. FTCLDF member. They are a herdshare, offering raw milk from pastured A2/A2 Jersey and Guernsey cows. They say their process yields milk that has a shelf life of at least 10 days. The cows are on organically managed pasture full-time, with local unsprayed grass hay, and a small amount of alfalfa hay. The only grain the cows receive is whole oats, whole barley and whole peas fresh ground into a mash at each milking. No GMO feeds are fed. The cows have 16 different free choice minerals available at all times to keep themselves balanced and maintain a healthy pH. Each cow is tested for somatic cell counts daily. Test results are available on-site to see. They fill half gallon glass jars. $56/share for one gallon a week for one month. $28/half gallon a week for one month. ($14 for one gallon or $7 for half gallon). Buy as many shares as you like. Thick heavy cream is available most of the time. The farm store is open 9 am-8 pm seven days a week and holidays for shareholder pickups. They offer a drop point in Eugene two times a week on Monday and Fridays if driving to the farm is not an option. The farm also offers free range organically fed chicken eggs, and free range organically fed duck eggs. Pastured lamb, and beef available at different times of the year, by the whole half. Separate cuts available. They offer grassfed ground beef year around in one-pound packages. Local raw wildflower honey is also available year-round in different sizes.
    • Mystic Acres Farm, Cheryl Smith, 22711 Hwy 36 Cheshire, OR 97419, email: ruminations@karmadillo.com. On-farm sales of raw goat milk from Nigerian Dwarf and Oberian dairy goats. Milk is available April – November.
  • Cottage Grove:
    • Branch Road Farm, Andhi Reyna, phone: 541-942-5424, email: branchroadfarm@gmail.com. Organic raw goat milk, cheese, yogurt and kefir available. $4 per quart / $7 per half gallon / $13.50 per gallon. They work the land and raise the animals both organically and biodynamically. Deliveries to Eugene and Cottage Grove.
    • Helios Farms: Has a drop-off point in Cottage Grove. See their full listing under Yoncalla (Douglas County).
  • Creswell: Woodham Farms, (15 mi S of Eugene), phone: 541-895-4142. Raw cow milk for $3/half-gallon and a $2 deposit for the jar. They also sell eggs most of the year.
  • Crow: Polyrock Ranch and Dairy, Deborah Mattson and Nicole King (co-owners), 84402 Territorial Rd. Eugene, OR 97405 (13 mi SW of Eugene), phone: 541-485-3359. They raise registered Jerseys and have been selling raw milk from the property for the past eight years. They have up to three cows milking year-round for a steady supply of raw milk. $7/gallon; $30/five-gallon bucket; order as much as like on a weekly basis. Eggs and spring and fall beef are also available for purchase.
  • Eugene:
    • Windy Acres Dairy, Has a drop point in this area; see their full listing under Prineville (Crook County).
    • Branch Road Farm, Delivers to this area. See full listing above under Cottage Grove
    • Capella’s carries raw goat milk from Ferns’ Edge Dairy, Lowell OR 97452.
    • Deck Family Farm, Pick-up locations on the farm as well as weekly drop off in Eugene. See their full listing under Junction City (Lane County).
    • Helios Farms: Has one drop point near downtown Eugene and one in Springfield. See their full listing under Yoncalla (Douglas County).
    • Just Earth Farms MicroDairy: Has one drop-off point in Eugene. See their full listing under Junction City (Lane County).
    • McAllister Family Farm and Creamery, serves the Eugene area. See full listing above under Cheshire.
    • Sundance Natural Foods carries raw goat milk from Ferns’ Edge Dairy, Lowell OR 97452.
    • Sunny Hollow Farm, Ishbel & Erik, 26911 Powell Rd. Eugene, OR 97405, phone: 458-210-4938, email: ishbel@sunnyhollowfarm.com, web: www.sunnyhollowfarm.com. They offer fresh, raw goat milk and cheese from a small mixed herd of holistically managed, disease free, pastured dairy goats. Milk is available by the quart ($4), half gallon ($7) or gallon ($13). Feta, kefir and chevre available most of the time. Milk, cheese, eggs and seasonal produce available at the farm and at the Spencer Creek Grange Grower’s Market (Saturdays during the summer). Drop site located in downtown Eugene for convenient pickup option. Contact Ishbel or Erik at Sunny Hollow Farm to get set up as a customer. Additional information available on their website.
    • Wholesome Family Farm, Raw milk herdshares with a drop point in Eugene. See full listing under Scio (Linn County).
    • Eugene/Springfield (Mohawk Valley):
      • Thorn and Thistle Farm, Mary and Dan Malaby, phone: 541-741-7172, email: mary@thornandthistlefarm.com. Raw Jersey milk. Free-range chicken eggs.
      • New Life Farm, serves this area. See full listing below under Springfield.
    • West Eugene: Three Willows Ranch, Jean McClain, phone: 541-461-3283, email: threewillowsranch@gmail.com. Raw goat milk from Alpine dairy goats, $8/gallon. Goats are free of Caprine Arthritis Encephalitis (CAE), Caseous Lymphadenitis (CL), Brucellosis, and Johne’s Disease. Sanitary, rapid cooling, no goaty flavor. Free-range chicken eggs $3/dozen. 100 percent grassfed lamb. Conveniently located just two miles from the Eugene city limits.
  • Junction City:
    • Deck Family Farm, 25362 Highpass Rd. Junction City, OR 97448, phone: 541-998-4697, email: info@deckfamilyfarm.com, website: www.deckfamilyfarm.com. Primarily Jersey cows, some Devon and Ayrshire. They graze Certified Organic pastures. Feed consists of Certified Organic grass hay, alfalfa, fresh grain milled on farm, molasses in parlor; no more than 4 lbs. grain/day. Seasonal sign-up for herdshare. $12/gallon milk, butter, cream, yogurt and cheese also available. Pick-up locations on the farm as well as in Eugene, Portland, and Corvallis.
    • Just Earth Farm MicroDairy, Susanne Stover & Joe Ramagli, 25844 Butler Road, Junction City, OR, 97448, phone: 541-234-3661, email: susanne.stover@gmail.com, web: www.justearthfarm.com, Facebook: justearthfarmers. Herdshares currently available for grassfed Jersey and Dutch Belted milking herd. All cows tested rigorously to verify their health before coming to the farm. Some A2/A2 herdshares available in limited quantities beginning February 2016. Organic or no-spray feeds only, organic pastures, 16 free-choice supplements, homeopathic and natural herd health practices whenever possible. Limited amounts of organic grain for some animals who require it. Year-round grazing as possible based on weather. Sanitary milk handling practices, with milk parlor and creamery designed and operated according to WA state retail requirements for raw milk production and with the Raw Milk Institute’s common standards in mind. Lab testing and on-farm testing of milk. Pre-paid herdshares available for pick-up on farm or at drop point in Eugene multiple times a week. Subscription for herd milking, maintenance, and management fees at $40/half share, $80/full share, as well as a one-time required purchase of a $40 educational welcome packet so members learn proper raw milk handling practices. Some in-kind trade opportunities for herdshares are available. Farm tour required for membership; tours available by appointment.
  • Lorane: Pennyroyal Nubians, Ellen Chanterelle, Lorane, OR (22 mi SW of Eugene), phone: 541-942-3437, email: elky@epud.net. Raw milk from herd of Nubian goats, good for cheese-making (high protein and fat levels). Goats are fed alfalfa, orchard grass hay, browse, and a hand-mixed grain ration containing no additives. They have free choice kelp meal, baking soda, and fresh water at all times, as well as a large pasture for exercise. Milk is available at the farm in quart increments, for $2.50/quart; customer must provide clean bottles.
  • Springfield: New Life Farm, Julia, 541-731-0566, Email:  NLFarmstead@gmail.com, Facebook: NewLifeFarmstead. Nubian Dairy goats that are holistically raised and managed. No spraying of pastures. Farmers are WAPF diet adherents for going on 13 yrs. and it is why they started farming. They state they are not opposed to using conventional treatments if life or limb and has only happened once every few years. But practice prevention first through culling of weaker animals, providing a healthy environment, quality diet, and a variety of quality mineral supplements (including organic kelp, nutritional yeast, Redmonds animal salt, dolomite, standard loose minerals, etc.). Supporting their animals with organic herbs as needed (parasites, lactation support, etc.). Feed rations are given on stand only during milking and are non-GMO whole grains, hand mixed: oats, peas, barley, sunflower seeds. Free choice orchard hay and non-GMO alfalfa. Hand milked, filtered during milking and straight into half gallon Ball jars, cooled right away. No goaty flavor.  Must supply a jar/s, or pay jar/s deposit, per half gallon. Animals tested clean for CAE, CL, Johnes, Brucellosis, TB. Herdshares $25/contract.  $16 weekly (2 half gallon jars). Half shares available $8. Payment 1 month in advance. Pick up at farm, or can be delivered for an additional fee. Free delivery if someone organizes and hosts a group buy/drop, to include a weekly bonus item for the host. They hope to offer more products at some point.

Linn County:

  • Albany:
    • Acres of Vitality, They have a drop-off point in Albany. See full listing below under Scio.
    • Midway Farms 6980 Highway 20 NW Albany, OR 97321, phone: 541-740-6141, web: midwayfarmsoregon.com. Red Holstein cow milked by hand fed organic grass and a large variety of organic greens for health such as mustard, dandelion, arugula and stored winter.
    • Wholesome Family Farm, Raw milk herdshares with a drop point in Albany. See full listing below under Scio.
  • Halsey: Lake View Farm, Andy Walton, 29540 Crook Drive Halsey, OR 97348, phone: 541-409-4497 (cell) or 541-369-2393 (farm office), email: lvf.realfood@gmail.com. They have been marketing their raw milk and related dairy products through Oregon’s first cowshare program since 1998. Pastured broilers, turkeys, beef, pork, and lamb.
  • Scio:
    • Acres of Vitality, David and Amanda Vital, 39833 Montgomery Dr. Scio, OR 97374, phone: 503-779-8407/503-383-6492, email: info@acresofvitality.com, web: www.acresofvitality.com,  Facebook: Acresofvitality. Small family farm on 25 acres in Scio. They have been selling raw milk for 10 years. They have grassfed cow and goat herdshares available. Herdshares are a one-time purchase of $25. Then each shareholder pays a monthly maintenance fee of $40 for the care and milking of the animals. (Averages $10/gallon) The animals are producing enough for each shareholder to receive one gallon of milk per week. Milk comes in glass half-gallon mason jars. The goat herd consists entirely of purebred registered Alpines, which they have on milk production test through Willamette DHIA. The goat herd is tested for disease yearly. Milk is tested monthly for coliform and bacteria through OSU. They follow organic, holistic and sustainable practices and use intense rotational grazing moving them to fresh grass every day. The animals have unlimited access to the pasture all year long except December/January. Their animals are pasture raised with an abundance of acreage for each individual animal. They are fed organic alfalfa, orchardgrass, minerals and sprouted organic oats/barley. Drop off in Salem, Stayton, Albany and farm pickups in Scio. FTCLDF member.
    • Shimanek Bridge Farm/JoLe Farms, Kendra Kimbirauskas/Leslie Carter, 39006 Richardson Gap Rd. Scio, OR 97374, phone: 503-997-7438, Facebook: shimanekbridgefarmstand. Two adjoining farms that share a cow herd and operate a joint farm stand, where in addition to milk they sell vegetables, eggs and meat. The farmers (Leslie and Kendra) are currently milking two jersey cows (Esther and Ethel) and are expecting to add an additional Friesian x Jersey cow (Flower) to the milking rotation in the next few months. Cows are 100 percent grassfed (but they do get a nibble of grain during milking). They strive to graze animals through high-quality forage and they practice managed grazing. Currently milking by machine two days a week (Tuesday evening and Friday evening) in a mobile milk parlor and have milk available by the half gallon at their farm stand. Milk is $12/half gallon and we require a $4 jar deposit if a jar is not returned. Milk can be picked up Wednesdays and on weekends at the farmstand and they take cash, check, venmo and square. Tours available if they are arranged in advance.

Marion County:

  • Champoeg/St. Paul: Champoeg Creamery, Charlotte Smith, 7798 Champoeg Rd. NE, St. Paul, OR 97137, phone: 503-860-6286, email: champoegcreamery@gmail.com, web: champoegcreamery.com, Facebook: facebook.com/champoegcreamery. Located just half an hour south of Portland, Champoeg Creamery has registered Jerseys and Brown Swiss cows and practices intense rotational grazing with the cows on fresh grass every 24 hours. They supplement with alfalfa and grass hay and less than one percent of their bodyweight in rolled barley. First raw dairy in the nation to be listed by the Raw Milk Institute and test results and farm management plan is available for all to view. Visit website for Farm Store hours to visit with one of the farmers to pick up your raw milk. Tours of the milking parlor hosted monthly for current customers.
  • Salem:
    • Acres of Vitality, They have a drop-off point in Salem. See full listing under Scio (Linn County).
    • Helios Farms: Has a drop point in Salem. See their full listing under Yoncalla (Douglas County).
    • LifeSource Natural Foods, 2649 Commercial St. SE, Salem, OR 97302, phone: 503-361-7973, web: lifesourcenaturalfoods.com. Health food store offering raw local goat milk. Hours: Mon-Sat 8 am-9 pm, Sun 9 am-8 pm.
    • Sally Herman, 1190 74th Ave. SE, phone: 503-581-1750, email: saldan47@hotmail.com. Limited amounts of raw sheep milk from East Friesian sheep. Pastured with supplemental alfalfa and orchard grass. Small amounts of a no-soy, no-corn, locally produced grain mix given at milking. $25 per gallon/$13 per half gallon, yogurt also available. They freeze their extra milk, and that is available in the winter until it runs out.
    • Wholesome Family Farm, Raw milk herdshares with a drop point in Salem. See full listing under Scio (Linn County).
  • Scotts Mills: Indian Springs Farm, Barbara, phone: 503-873-4136. Jersey milk and butter from grassfed cows, and cheese making information.
  • Silverton:
    • Helios Farms: Has a drop point in Silverton. See their full listing under Yoncalla (Douglas County).
    • Pudding River Farm, Brian and Amanda Dietrich, (between Salem and Silverton), phone: 503-873-2582. Whole raw milk from pasture-fed Jerseys with supplemental grain. Regular milk testing.
    • RKS Farms, Inc., Richard and Kristin Smith, 16419 Pleasant Valley Drive NE Silverton, OR 97381, phone: 503-509-8006 or 503-509-8097, email: rsmith@rksfarms.com or ksmith@rksfarms.com, Facebook: rksfarmsinc. Raw goat milk from Alpine and Lamancha dairy goats. The goats are maintained close to home, where they are milked daily with sanitized automatic milking equipment. The milk is immediately filtered and stored in glass bottles and placed in an ice water bath to cool the milk as quickly as possible to maintain quality and freshness. Milk is $6/quart with a one-time $3/bottle deposit. Also, beef from Black Angus Beef cattle, and pork from Berkshire pigs, chicken, duck and goat meat sold by the pound. All animals are grassfed. Farm store hours are 10 am to 6 pm Monday – Friday and Saturday; 10 am to 2 pm. Please call or text to make an appointment. They are located in the foothills just north of Silverton, OR about 20 miles east of Salem, OR. Tours are available for first-time buyers.
  • Stayton:
    • Bear Branch Farms, Janis Newsom, 40929 Huntley Rd. SE Stayton, OR 97383, phone: 503-769-3025, text: 541-829-8429, web: bearbranchfarms.com, Facebook: Bear Branch Farms, Instagram: bearbranchfarms, Blog: Bear Branch Farm. Raw goat milk from mini La Manchas and Saanens raised on pasture with a wide variety of bushes, brambles and trees. They are supplemented with locally sourced, organic barley grain and during winter, high quality, leafy alfalfa. $11/gallon, $6/half gallon if you bring back your glass jar. There is a non-refundable glass jar deposit on the first purchase.
    • Acres of Vitality, They have a drop-off point in Stayton. See full listing under Scio (Linn County).

Multnomah County:

  • Corbett: Terra Farma, Mike and Linda, 33945 SE Hurlburt Rd. Corbett, OR 97019, phone: 503-849-8121, email: terrafarma@comcast.net, web: terrafarmers.net, Facebook: terrafarmaoregon. Raw milk available from two certified A2/A2 Jersey cows, which are also 100 percent grassfed. They are rotated on to new pasture daily, and get no grain, even during milking. Milk is $6/half-gallon, by appointment only. Other products include pastured eggs, broilers, turkeys, and pork.
  • Portland:
    • Deck Family Farm, Pick-up locations on the farm as well as weekly drop off in Portland. See their full listing under Junction City (Lane County).
    • Helios Farms: Has drop points in SE, N, and NE Portland. See their full listing under Yoncalla (Douglas County).
    • Neil Creek Farm, Livia and Nick Blaszak; phone: 503-647-2404, email: neilcreekfarm@gmail.com. Farm is located in North Plains on 72 acres. Herdshares available, pick-up location in SW Portland by St. Vincent Hospital only. Herd consists of two goats, a Saanen and an Alpine, and two Guernsey cows with A2/A2 milk. Cows’ diet is grass, grazing in summer, and hay in winter, and goat’s diet is mostly browse and some grazing, and hay in winter. All of them receive less than 1 percent of their body weight in grains and root vegetables at milking. Not Certified Organic but following organic practices. Farm tours available periodically. Milk is tested monthly by certified lab; milking and bottling is done with the most care.
    • People’s Co-op is carrying raw goat milk from Ferns’ Edge Dairy, Lowell, OR 97452.
    • Grey Day Dairy, Grey Day Dairy, half-mile from forest park on NW Springville Rd., web: www.greydaydairy.com. Diversified farm with Milking Shorthorn cattle. Farming practices informed by Dr. Price’s “Nutrition and Physical Degeneration” combined with modern dairy equipment.
    • Windy Acres Dairy, Has a drop point in this area; see their full listing under Prineville (Crook County).

Polk County:

  • Dallas/Monmouth/IndependenceHazelton Farms, Serves this area; see their full listing under Philomath  (Benton County).

Umatilla County:

  • Helix: Leah Webster, (30 min N of Pendleton, 50 min S of Pasco, WA, 45 min E of Hermiston, 40 min W of Walla Walla, WA), phone: 509-540-7933, email: Leahwebster@msn.com. Small herd of five goats of various breeds. They are pastured during the day, receive alfalfa morning and evening, and are given grain at milking. Fully enclosed milking system reduces air exposure. Raw milk available to shareholders via a herdshare program. Contact the farmer via phone, oe email to see if shares are available. Shares cost $10 each (one time payment; includes your jar deposit), plus $20 per share monthly boarding fee thereafter. Each share entitles the owner to two gallons of milk or two pounds of cheese per month (if you need more, purchase additional shares). Fresh milk is placed into reusable half-gallon glass jars. Frozen milk is frozen in quart bags. Each trip you should bring back your empty, clean jars for reuse. Raw milk must be kept cold, so bring cooler or ice packs to transport your milk. If the farm has shares available, your next step is to print out the Herdshare Agreement, sign it, enclose your payment for the share cost and the first month’s boarding fee, and mail it or drop it off with your first milk pickup at the farm. After that, the monthly boarding fee is due the first week of each month. If you decide to leave the herdshare program, you return the jars and the farmer buys back your share(s) from you at $10 each.
  • PendletonGina Nash, 46271 Best Road Pendleton, OR  97801, phone: 541-510-0379, e-mail: gnashnw@aol.com. Milk from a Jersey cow with no vaccinations, antibiotics or grains. The cow is fed grass and alfalfa/orchard grass hay only. The milk can be picked up at the farm, just three miles south of Wildhorse Casino.

Wasco County:

  • The Dalles:
    • Windy Acres Dairy, Has a drop point in this area; see their full listing under Prineville (Crook County).
    • Summit Farms, 2425 Mountain View Drive, phone: 541-296-8255, email: thegoatpacker@yahoo.com. Raw milk daily from cross-bred dairy goats (Saanen, Nubian and LaMancha crosses) on native grasses most of the year. Alfalfa pellets and hay during the rest of the year when the grass is not palatable. Supplemented with grain.

Washington County:

  • Beaverton:
    • Godspeed Hollow, Has a drop point in this area; see their full listing under Newberg (Yamhill County).
    • Windy Acres Dairy, Has a drop point in this area; see their full listing under Prineville (Crook County).
    • Helios Farms: Has a drop-off point in Beaverton. See their full listing under Yoncalla (Douglas County).
  • Hillsboro:
    • Blue Heron Meadows, Contact: Victoria, text 503-704-3964email: neskazhu@yahoo.com. Exclusively grassfed A2/A2 cow milk. $60/month for share of weekly gallon, $15/month for weekly quart. Picking up milk from the farm – 28585 SW Vanderschuere Hillsboro, OR 97123.
    • Serene Caprine Acres, Daniella, phone: 503-899-9708, email: SereneCaprine@gmail.com. Pick up at farm or at a downtown Hillsboro location. They raise Nubian and Mini-Nubian dairy goats that are fed rolled oats, alfalfa, flaxseed, hay, and have access to unsprayed pasture as they please. They have free choice minerals and are not given antibiotics. Milk is sold in quart milk bottles at $16/gallon or $4/quart. $2 deposit fee per bottle. Free samples are available upon inquiry.
  • TigardWindy Acres Dairy, Has a drop point in this area; see their full listing under Prineville (Crook County).

Yamhill County:

  • McMinnville:
    • Bella Fire Farm, web: www.bellafirefarm.com. Raw milk from Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats. Nigerian Dwarf milk has a higher butterfat content (usually 5-10 percent butterfat) than milk from full size dairy goats and cows, making it good for cheese and soap making. They quickly chill the milk after milking each doe, then freeze it in quart-size Ziploc bags for the crafter’s convenience. They can also quick-chill raw milk into glass jars by request. Milk is available from late February into the fall/winter months. (Oregon law states: Raw goat milk sales are legal on the farm and in retail stores. No permit is necessary for farmers with no more than nine producing goats who sell the milk on the farm directly to the consumer.)
    • Cast Iron Farm, Christine Anderson, 4717 NE Riverside Loop McMinnville, OR 97128, phone: 503-560-8600, email: post@castironfarm.com, web: castironfarm.com. Cast Iron Farm milks heritage breed cows. At milking, cows are fed alfalfa pellets, and less than one percent of their body weight in rolled barley. Cows have access to rotationally grazed pasture, weather permitting. In inclement weather, they eat alfalfa and orchard grass hay in a well bedded, dry barn. Milk parlor is open for public inspection daily. RAWMI listed: rawmilkinstitute.net. Milk costs $7/half-gallon jar. Pick up on the farm only. First milk pick up requires tour of farm premises and education on raw milk handling. Milk is reserved for each day and customers pick up on the same day each week. Milk is tested monthly by Standard Plate Count and Coliform Count, and results are posted in the milk area. Farm practices are readily available to all potential customers. Other farm products available on request include eggs, rabbit and poultry meat, and fiber.
  • Newberg: Godspeed Hollow, Bubba & Sarah King. phone: 503-515-7293, email: sarah@godspeedhollow.com, web: www.godspeedhollow.com, Facebook: godspeedhollow, Instagram: @godspeedhollow. Godspeed Hollow milks heritage breed cows. Cows have access to rotationally grazed pasture, weather permitting. In inclement weather, they eat alfalfa and orchard grass hay in a well bedded, dry barn. Milk parlor is open for public inspection daily. Milk costs $20/gallon through herdshare program, with pickup locations available. First milk pick up requires tour of farm premises and education on raw milk handling. Milk is tested monthly by Standard Plate Count and Coliform Count, and results are posted in the milk area. Farm practices are readily available to all potential customers. Other farm products available on request include eggs, poultry meat, and pork.
  • Yamhill:
    • River Bend Farm, Erica, phone: 503-550-1505. Sells certified A2/A2 raw milk from its registered Jersey. Prices are $5/half gallon plus a $2 bottle deposit. Sales are only done at the farm by appointment only and supplies are limited. Please call for further information. New customers can tour the farm, get a milking demonstration and get to know Rosie, the Jersey cow.
    • Yamhill-Carlton, email: grainfree@outlook.com. Raw milk is available for weekly customers who are interested in milk from Jersey cows that came from an organic dairy. The cows are fed non-GMO alfalfa hay, clover hay, and pasture, but never any grain. This mini-dairy is not Certified Organic but follows organic practices as much as it can. It prefers the title “biological farming” where extreme emphasis is placed on the health of the pasture soil. This is not the same as bio-dynamic. The milk is $6/half-gallon. Farm-pickup only. Please send an email if you would like to have a slot in the weekly schedule as a customer.  Anyone else may be put on a waiting list if no milk is available.

30 thoughts on “Oregon

  1. HI I live in Coos County and the 1 resource doesn’t have milk going at this time. Does anyone know of a nearby farmer? Florence, Reedsport, Coquille or anywhere nearby?

    • If you can’ t find a local farmer … try
      They are a member’s only co-op out of Pennsylvania.
      They will ship raw milk directly to you, if you can’t find a local source.
      They have loads of other amazing, farm fresh products too.
      Best of Luck!

  2. Hi! I live in Portland (97229 ) area and I’m trying to find cow raw milk in the area .or nearby like Hillsboro , Beaverton ,area . Any suggestions? Thank you!

  3. Hello to all of the amazing Raw Milk farmers in Oregon. I am looking for a one time pickup of a Raw Milk. I live in Virginia and run a buying club. I am a client and friend of the Salatins of Polyface Farm. I am a native of Oregon and have to be here at least twice a year to take care of family things.

    We will be in Lincoln City the 18 – 22nd of July, 2019 (yes next week) and are desperately looking for Raw Milk to feed 14 people. Does anyone know of a grass-fed dairy near Lincoln City, Salishan, Depoe Bay or Newport that I could pick up milk from or one that delivers in those areas?

    Thank you so much for any advice you can give us.

  4. Dose anyone know of a good source for milk in tillamook county, there is none listed and we are a dairy community I would hope wed be able to obtain some source

  5. I do not know why the milk is so expensive! Can somebody explain this? Raw milk in other states are more reasonable. I mean come 16 dollars a gallon! Definitely not for people with families. Must be for the rich. Many other states have a more respectful and reasonable price 5-6 dollars. I just read there is going to be a standardized price? That is definitely the wrong thing to do. How is the movement of raw milk suppose to move forward when people are being screwed by money hungry farmers. If there is a reasonable explanation for 16 dollar per gallon price please provide. Greed is the first thing that comes to mind. Please justify your cost!!!! Just seems to be the same as the go organic prices. Luckily where I live it is only 5 dollars. I hope they do not get greedy as well as we could afford such a price for milk.

    • I am happy to answer the question for you as I once had the same question. Here in Oregon you are only allowed to buy milk on farm or by owning a share in the dairy cow. The regulations state the a raw milk dairy is only allowed three cows, yep only three! It is very expensive to own only three because of all the regulations,insurance and fees associated with raw milk sales and production here in Oregon. The raw milk dairy farmer pays the same amount of money that a big CAFO dairy does. There is no discount for having only three dairy cows. It truly ties the hands of the raw milk dairy farmer. If you go into Washington State where it is legal to sell it retail in grocery stores and there isn’t a cap on how many cows you can have then of course the price goes way down. The people to be angry at is the FDA,USDA and your local health department, no the Oregon Raw Milk Dairy Farmer. We need to applaud them, thank them for sticking with it because I can tell you they struggle financially trying to be able to legally sell raw milk. I hope this answered your question and also helped you to understand.

  6. I recently found out about Bennet Farms and it is far better than the pasteurized store milk we get here. I’ve lived off milk my whole life, much of it raw, but now the store milk goes right through me. I still can’t drink too much of the Bennet milk, but at least it doesn’t just pass through. Maybe after a few gallons things will improve.
    I’m thinking I’ll visit their farm and see what they have to say.

  7. Trina, I too would like Raw Milk from Brookings. I left a message in 2013 nearly 3 yrs. ago at the top. If you hear of anything or maybe we could share cost of gas somewhere nearby.

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