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  1. RAW MILK CONSUMERS PLEASE NOTE: This list of raw milk sources probably represents only a portion of the raw milk producers in your country. For additional raw milk sources, contact your local Weston A. Price Foundation Chapter Leader. The Weston A. Price Foundation reserves the right at its sole discretion to exclude raw milk producers not considered qualified.
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South Africa


  • Centurion: Irene Dairy Farm, Nellmapius St. Centurion, 0062. phone: (012) 667 4822, email: barn@ireneestate.co.za, web: www.irenefarm.co.za, Facebook: irenedairyfarm. Breed: Friesland cows. Raw milk and raw cream.
  • Dauth Boerderye, 211 Leonie Street. Doringkloof. Contact Stephan Dauth, phone: +27 12 663 2082 / +27 82 784 0362 or email: sales@dauthboerderye.co.za, web: www.dauthboerderye.co.za. Breed: Purebred Jerseys, hormone free, antibiotic free, organic, GMO-free. Farm milk, yoghurt (strawberry and plain) and drinking yoghurt (banana, toffee, strawberry, mixed berry)

North West: Weleda Farm, B18-20, 475 Bultfontein, Portion 114, Madibeng District. Contact Elizabeth Wertheim Aymes, phone: +27 14 576 1150 / +2783 226 7835 or email: Weleda@global.co.za or kris@naturally-yours.co.za: Breed: Purebred Jerseys. Hormone free, antibiotic free, organic, GMO-free. Grassfed. Fresh farm milk, yoghurt (lemon, strawberry and plain), cream, cheese.



British Columbia

    • Grand Forks: Jerseyland Organics, Box 1468, 2690 Almond Gardens Road, Grand Forks, BC V0H 1H0, phone: 250-442-8112, fax: 250-442-8737, farm: 250-442-8683, email: jerseyland@telus.net, web: www.jerseylandorganics.ca. A wide variety of Certified Organic naturally-aged, raw milk cheeses.
    • Prince George and Quesnel: Hunny-Do Ranch, 4985 Carver Road Prince George, BC V2N 5Z6, hunnydoranch@gmail.com, Facebook: Hunny-Do-Ranch Will also have available raw cheeses, eggs, natural beef and pork. Honey is also available. www.hunnydoranch.com.
    • Raw Milk British Columbia: web: www.facebook.com/groups/rawmilkbc. A Facebook group that helps B.C. consumers and raw milk farmers connect, work to legalize herdshares in B.C., and provide information and resources. Consumers can post their requests for milk and their general location and farms can then contact them via personal messaging. Group admins can post messages on behalf of farms, informing members that raw milk is available in a certain area. Consumers can reply and the farm can personal message them.
    • Salt Spring Island: EcoReality Co-operative, (250) 653-2024, info@EcoReality.org , www.EcoReality.org (see in particular the Dairy Herd Share FAQ page on their website). Raw goat milk, cheese, and occasional ice cream is available to herd shareholders.
    • Sooke: Sacred Circle Farm, phone: 778-425-0507, email: sacred_circle_farm@hotmail.com, Facebook: Sacred-Circle-Farm. The owner is dedicated to preserving local food cultures and has over 37 years micro dairy and farm experience. Traditional farm practices are honoured to create ethical slow foods that heal as well as nourish the body and soul. The farm’s Saanen goat herd has never been vaccinated and their bloodline date back over 60 years. All dairy animals are milked by hand. No farm products contain soy, GMO, growth/fertility hormones, antibiotics or vaccines. Raw goat milk, English Double Devon cream, table cream, hand crafted feta, chevres, quark, kefir from authentic ancient grains, and free range eggs are available. Fresh garden produce, free range turkey and chicken are also for sale occasionally.
    • Vancouver: Les Amis Du Fromage, 1752 W. 2nd Avenue, Vancouver, BC V6J 1H6, Ph: (604) 732-4218 or toll-free 1-877-676-1166, web: www.buycheese.com, email: lesamis@buycheese.com . Large selection of fine European and Canadian cheeses, including many raw milk varieties. *Please note: This is a busy gourmet cheese store, not a health food store. While they do mark their raw cheeses, the staff generally does not know what type of cows the milk comes from nor what the cows eat. This store does not sell or have access to raw milk.
    • Vancouver: Gordon Watson, phone: 604-526-5064, email: watson.gordons@gmail.com, web: freewebs.com/bovinity. Cowshares available from a farm in Chilliwack to two depots in Vancouver. Postal address is 7954 Elwell Street Burnaby, BC Canada V5E 1M4.

    Nova Scotia

    • Kings County: Ran-Cher Acres, Randy & Cheryl Hiltz, R.R.#1 Aylesford, Kings Co. NS BOP 1Co Canada. 1-902-847-3895, www.rancheracres.com. Goat milk products, raw milk feta, cheddar, and gouda.


    • Conn: Ewenity Dairy Co-operative, RR#1, Conn, Ontario N0G 1N0, phone: 519-848-5694. A dairy sheep co-operative producing yogurt, cream cheese “Brebis frais,” sheep milk feta, a camembert we call “Ramembert,” and a gouda-style of cheese named “Eweda.” We are developing more cheeses at the moment, so more to come!
    • Hamilton (Dundas): Old 99 Farm, Ian Graham, 1580 Old Hwy 99 Dundas, ON (located 6km west of downtown Dundas), phone: 905-627-1917, email:  old99farm2015@gmail.com, web: www.old99farm.locallygrown.net. They keep a small herd of heritage cattle, the Lynch Lineback, on 20 acres. Pastured on organic land, fed organic hay and grain as needed. Offer raw milk cowshare ownership for whole milk, cream and butter. Milk is tested at Guelph Food and Agriculture Laboratory. Details on request.
    • Scarberough: Joseph Ouimet, #53 Sancrest Drive, phone: 416-439-4753, email:  josephgooddeeds@hotmail.com. Helps direct greater Toronto area locals to operating cowshares. Not a farm or herdshare owner but does referrals. Does not give out cowshare info online, strictly by phone only. Space in local cow shares is seasonal and limited. Email is best way to contact, as he is in Trinidad & Tobago at least two months a year, so is not always available by phone.
    • Toronto Central Downtown: Bruce County Dairy; Cow Share Canada accredited dairy operation with cow shares available. Transport arrangements available to Toronto Central Downtown through a Buying Club contact torontorawmilk@gmail.com
    • US Sources: The Raw Milk Trail/Route du Lait Cru: Dominic Lamontagne in Quebec has created a web page (in French and English) and associated Facebook page that list raw milk farmers in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and New York that are within driving distance of many places in Canada, including Quebec, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, and points in between.


    • Becancour: Fromagerie L’Ancetre, 1615 boul de Port-Royal, Becancour, QC , G9H 1X7, phone: 819-233-9157, web: http://fromagerieancetre.com/fr/
    • La Moutonniere Inc in Quebec. Visit their website at www.lamoutonniere.com. They supply 100 percent pure sheep milk (pasteurised) in 500ml and 1 litre containers. They also have a kiosk at the largest outdoor farmers market in North America. It is called Jean Talon market in Montreal.
    • US Sources: The Raw Milk Trail/Route du Lait Cru: Dominic Lamontagne in Quebec has created a web page (in French and English) and associated Facebook page that list raw milk farmers in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and New York that are within driving distance of many places in Canada, including Quebec, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, and points in between.


Loja Province: In the highlands of Southern Ecuador, raw dairy is readily available in rural towns, easy to find especially via word of mouth. Good rainfall in the area which produces lush pastures. There are many ranches/homesteads scattered around the area with small to modest size herds. Holstein, Brahman, Girolando, and Brown Swiss are most common breeds of cow found here. All animal are primarily grass-fed, grain may be used on occasion while the animals are being milked and for occasional supplementation (depends on the area and individual ranch). Goat and cow dairy is sold at in local farmer’s market, ecotiendas and local grocers, and from homes directly. Raw milk my be priced anywhere from $0.80 – $2.25 a liter, goat milk is $4-4.50 a liter. Commonly found raw dairy products include: milk, cream, butter and yogurt. The Indian town of Saraguro is known for its cheese and dairy production. Cows, sheep and goats are all raised there. The annual milking competition in Yangana is consistently won by Martin and his Brown Swiss cows.


Chiriquí–La Acequia (district of Dolega): Finca La Cabri-t, Idanea Jimenez, Via Potrerillos, La Acequia (between Dolega and Potrerillos), Chiriqui. Cell phone: 507-6693-1010, email: fincalacabri-t@hotmail.com, web: fincalacabri-t.com/eng/index.html. Alpine and Toggenburg goats. Raised as organically as possible; goats are pastured, much of their food is grown onsite, and all is organic except a small amount of mineral supplement. No antibiotics or hormones are used; if an animal requires medication they use medicinal plants from the rainforest if they can, and they discard milk longer than advised so that no medication ever enters the milk. Goats and milk are tested regularly. Careful about sanitation; separate, dedicated room for milk processing. Goat’s milk (raw “cruda” or pasteurized) for $2.75/liter, cheese, plain or guanabana yogurt, and kefir.  Order in advance. Idanea knows a small amount of English but she has a relative who can translate e-mails for her. She is happy to let you see the goats and their facilities. Farm is next to a school; approximate GPS coordinates: 8.614852,-82.445310. Orders can also be picked up at the BCP in Boquete at the Tuesday morning gringo market.


Pando (Canelones):  Establecimiento Bohemia, Fernando Aldama, Rincón de Pando, Ruta 8 Km 33,500 por Camino Rincón de Pando at 600 meters down the road (look for the little water tower that says Bohemia). phone: 099 33 17 09, email: cabramaker@gmail.com, web: http://www.leche-de-cabra.amawebs.com/  Farm established in 1995.  All Oberhasli goats, usually about 30 in milk. The goats are pastured with ample space, and they are all very healthy. Bucks are kept separate from milking does. They try to keep things as organic as possible, but they do give a small amount of mineral supplement during milking. They have a dedicated milking room, and milk by machine. Very careful about sanitation and rapidly cooling milk, etc. The cost is about $50 pesos Uruguayos per liter (approx. $2.50 USD) for milk, and milk comes packaged in plastic bags, which is standard for milk in Uruguay. They typically sell pasteurized goat milk, but Fernando is willing to sell raw goat milk (“leche cruda”) to people who specifically request it. Appointment required as there is no farm store. Delivery to Montevideo may be available. Fernando does not speak much English but he is patient and good at deciphering non-native Spanish.




  • Kuala Lumpur: Bright Cow raises Jerseys imported from Australia, feeding them fresh cut grass, and delivering raw milk to customers, as well as selling in some stores. See their website: bright-cow.com.

Australia / Micronesia


New South Wales

Raw goat milk is legal in New South Wales

  • Sydney, Blue Mountains in shops and around NSW: Jannei Goat Dairy, https://www.jannei.com/.  11 View Street Lidsdale NSW Australia 2790. Email: info@jannei.com.  Phone: (02) 63551107. Raw Goat Milk.
  • Northern Rivers / Tweed Shire:  Nimbin area: Paul Wilson, Nimbin Valley Dairy, 392 Tuntable Falls Road, Nimbin, NSW 2480, mobile: 0439 668 989, phone: 02 6689 1809, web: www.nimbinvalley.com.au, email: info@nimbinvalley.com.au, fax: 02 6689 1297.  Raw goat milk.


Raw goat milk and bath milk for cosmetic purposes is legal in Queensland.

  • Multiple locations: Raw milk is often available at Mrs. Flannery’s (https://flannerys.com.au/) in Benowa, Miami, Paradise Point and Robina. Also at Wray Organic in Broadbeach and Palm Beach. And in Tugan at the fruit barn and health food store.
  • Beechmont: Providence Farm 1428 Beechmont Rd, phone: 07 5533 3549 Offers raw goat milk.
  • Brisbane: Warradale organic milk available through www.foodconnect.com.au.
  • Goomboorian/Gympie: Cleopatra’s Bath Milk, Trevor & Sheryl Mahaffey, 4 Webster Rd Goomboorian Via Gympie, Qld 4570phone: (07) 5486-5613, email: mahaffeyfamily@hotmail.com.
  • Miami, Gold Coast: At the Organic Gold Coast Farmers Market, gcorganicmarket.com, raw milk is now available from Wallan Vale Dairy. Every Sunday morning from 6-11.30 am
  • Salisburywww.foodconnect.com.au, Therese and Glenn Cawte, phone: 07 5486 6121. A dairy subscription service similar to herdshare that supplies milk to the Gold Coast and Brisbane.
  • Sunshine Coast: Kunara Organic Marketplace, 330 Mons Rd, Forest Glen QLD 4556, phone: (07) 5445 6440. They sell two types of raw organic milk and raw cream in plastic bottles from Jersey cows: Heavenly Bath Milk and Cleopatra’s Bath Milk. Both are from dairy farms out from the Gympie area, north of Brisbane.
  • Townsville: Family Life Organics and Sprout Grocers.
  • Barambah organic dairy: www.barambahorganics.com.au. Organic biodynamic dairy. Qld organic non-homogenized organic milk, cream and yoghurt available from most Qld health food stores and Mungalli Creek www.mungallicreekdairy.com.au.

South Australia

Raw goat milk is legal in South Australia

  • Adelaide: Goodies and Grains, 22 Nelson St, Stepney SA 5079.  Phone: 08 8362 3376. Sells raw goats milk.

Western Australia

Raw goat milk and bath milk for cosmetic purposes is legal in Western Australia

  • Perth: Perth Organics, Ph: 0439 097 584, email: orders@perthorganics.com, web: www.perthorganics.com. Raw milk delivery to Perth metro areas.
  • Perth, Freemantle, Geraldton: Bookara Goat Dairy. Cate & Mark Weston. T: 0429 869 348. PO Box 4092, Rangeway WA 6530. email: mark@]bookaragoatdairy.com.au web: www.bookaragoatdairy.com.au/
  • Herne Hill: Caprino Farm. 139 Lennard Street, Herne Hill, Western Australia.  Phone (08) 9296 2008
  • Margaret River: Koonac Goat Farm. Sonja Gammeter & Andreas Frutiger. PO Box 1306. Margaret River WA 6285. Phone: 08 9757 418

New Zealand

North Island

  • Bay of Plenty:
    • Tauranga: 
      • Mount Eliza Cheese, Katikati, Facebook: mountelizacheese.
      • The Solar Barn, Will or Karen Robinson,186 Hereford Road Oropi, Tauranga, phone: 07 543 5353, email: thesolarbarn@gmail.com, website: www.thesolarbarn.com. A2 raw milk is obtained from small herd of Jersey cows. They bottle milk in glass only, using agee, perfit, preserving jars. (one litre only) They are not Certified Organic, but farm is operated with a no-chemical mandate. They feed cows pasture, and any disease is treated with homeopathics. They plan to become organically certified in the near future.
      • Walnut Tree Farm, 512 Welcome Bay Rd. Welcome Bay, web: http://www.walnuttreefarm.co.nz/. Raw milk from cows that are pasture fed year round; silage in winter if needed.
    • Waikato:
      • Cambridge: Alexander Organics, Jesiah and Ellen Alexander, 133 Flume Road RD4, Cambridge, 3496, phone: +6427256892, email: info@alexanderorganics.co.nz, web: www.alexanderorganics.co.nz, Facebook: alexanderorganics. Head to the Alexander Organics website for more information on purchasing Certified Organic raw cow milk, chook eggs, and more.
      • Coromandel/Bay of Plenty: Right Choice Live Milk, Roskam family farm, email: rclivemilk@gmail.com. (Website is for members only). A herd of fully A2/A2 Jersey cows is leased to a limited partnership and milk is supplied under contract to members of the partnership. Cows are pasture-fed and farmed biologically using organic principles. Delivery to Auckland areas; Te Aroha, Cambridge, Hamilton areas; Paeroa, Waihi, Katikati, Tauranga areas; and Thames.
      • Horohoro/Rotorua: Winiata Farm Dairy, 61 Barber Rd West (Off Bryce Rd), email: winiatat@farmside.co.nz, phone: (07) 333 2617 or (07) 333 2139 (To leave a message). A milk cooperative with biodynamic cows. Delivery to Tauranga Tuesdays and Thursdays. $1.00 to join and $2,50/litre.
      • Waihao: Aroha Goat Cheese, Facebook: arohagoatcheese
  • Hawkes BayLindsay Farm, Paul and Christine Ashton, phone: 06 858 5333, email: info@yourmilk.nz, web: www.yourmilk.nz. They sell raw milk from mainly A2 Jersey cows and deliver to Napier, Hastings, and Waipukurau. Their cows are pasture fed and they are in transition to organic certification.
  • Manawatu:
    • Gorge Fresh Organics, For more information contact Daniel and Jenny by phone 027 YAW MILK (0279-296455) or email rawmilk@gorgefresh.co.nz.
    • Three Oaks Farm,141 Aranui Road Palmerston North, Manawatu, NZ, phone: 06 357 3554, email: smorgan@xtra.co.nz. Located 5 km west of Palmerston North. Selling raw milk from Jersey and Jersey cross cows. Contact David or Sarah.
    • Maxwell’s Farm, 12km South of Bulls.1199 Tangimoana Road, (look for the sign posted), phone: 021 1027218 06 3248812. Fresh bottles sold daily on the deck 24/7. Honesty box system. Cross-breed cows eating grass only. Fully self-contained. Send bulk milk to a factory as well. Free range organic eggs also available.
    • Wind River Organics Sells raw milk. email: mrchapman@farmside.co.nz, web: www.windriverorganics.co.nz.
  • Northland
    • Mangawhai: Raw Milk Mangawhai, Sandra and Charlie Grayson, 66 Bagnal Road Mangawhai, phone: 0274 680 251, email: sandy.g@xtra.co.nz. Raw organic milk in two-litre bottles available year round from pastured cows. All organic seasonal produce.
    • Paparoa: Guernsey Gold Farm (Heaven and Earth Peace Garden), Peter & Vivi Holdem (+Aksel, Nikki and Natalie), 261 Central Road Paparoa 0571, phone: 0064 9431 6018/0064 277 59 38 40, email: guernsey.gold@orcon.net.nz. They have pedigree A2 Guernsey cows grazing year-round on grass, red and white clover, fresh hay and silage, and molasses. They practice rotational grazing with break fencing. Currently customers fill their own containers from a refrigerated stainless steel pail. Looking at providing two-litre bottles in the near future.
  • Wellington: Organic dairy farm sells herdshares in a pasture-fed Jersey herd (mostly A2). Contact Susan Galea at susangalea@hotmail.com or Cedric Backhouse at dekmatt@ihug.co.nz.

South Island

  • Canterbury:
    • Kokako Farm, (seasonal, contact for availability) 39 Sullivans Rd, RD2 Timaru 7972, email: kokako.farm@farmside.co.nz, cell: 027 2741492. Kokako Farm has the only registered Guernsey herd in the South Island. The Guernsey cows supply A2 milk.  Organic biodynamic practices are used where possible. Along with selling milk (need own containers), Kokako Farm supplies cream, yoghurt, butter, quark, whey, buttermilk and cheese on request, eggs and hazelnuts.
    • Real Milk Timaru, 22 Fairview Road, RD2 Timaru, phone: 027 221 4552
  • Takaka: Kervella Cheese, Facebook: kervellacheesegoldenbay




The Weston A Price chapter leader in Belgium shared this with us: On the website https://www.rechtvanbijdeboer.be you will find various addresses of bio farmers in your area with the search term. Often the dairy cattle are also fed with grains at a bio farmer.  Go and  investigate yourself and find out what the farmer uses as additional feed.

Other possibilities in Belgium mentioned by our readers:

  • A reader reports: raw milk in Bruges on market days from Baliehof: baliehof.be
    One can buy raw milk at their farm store.
  • “De Dobbelhoeve”, Agriculture Biologique, Goorstraat 43, B- 2970 Schilde, Tel: 0032 (Belgium) – (0)3 / 383 07 82
  • Family Ruypers, Walem 15, Walem
  • “Het Dischhof”, Walter en Magda Deberg – Rommelaere, Dodepaardenstraat 58 Keiem, Tel 0032 (Belgium) (0) 51 – 50 12 04, Fax 0032 (0) 51 51 15 61, email: dischhof@yucom.be
  • HET HINKELSPEL ) , F. Lousbergkaai 33, 9000 GENT (Belgium), Telephone: 0032 (0) 9/224.20.96
  • Peter Van Kerckhove – Vervaet Monique Eekstraat, 218 tel en fax: 09/348.88.78. Organic goat milk and cheese.
  • A reader alerts us: “Raw donkey milk is going great guns in France and Belgium. Marie Tack in Belgium sells donkey milk that meets European bacteriological standards. Donkey milk is the closest milk to human breast milk and is ideal for feeding infants. Visit www.asineriedupaysdescollines.be to see her operation. Donkeys don’t carry bovine diseases.”


  • Ivanić Grad: Magare, Neven Ciganović, Stjepana Gregorka 56, Ivanić Grad, 10310. Phone: (091) 6000-940, Email: info@magare.hr, Web: www.magare.hr, Facebook: Magareće mlijeko. Herd of donkeys, donkeys are grazing year round on grass, red and white clover, fresh hay and mix of corn, oat and barley. They practice rotational grazing with break fencing winter hay. Raw donkey milk, price 600kn/l, frozen donkey milk 400kn/l. Tours are available on weekend from spring to autumn (small ZOO). Delivery of frozen donkey milk all over Croatia and fresh milk to Zagreb.
  • Samobor: OPG Pavković, vl. Marijan Pavković, Belčići, Brezovac žumberački 11 10450 Jastrebarsko, phone: 385 92 2748 679, email: kikica1p@gmail.com. Cows are grazing on hills from snow to snow. The milk is distributed to vending machine on Samobor marketplace, price 6kn/L, in summer 5kn/L.

Eastern Europe

A visitor from Eastern Europe writes: In the East European countries, Romania, Hungary, the former states of Yugoslavia, you can find real (raw) milk all over the place there. It’s true, you can’t find the raw milk in stores, but you can ask people about farms (in-city farms) that sell raw milk. My family buys only raw milk from some neighbors who feed their small cattle on the pastures near the city skirts. The milk is delivered almost instantly after it is milked (an hour or so). It is not even skimmed.


  • Pedersöre: Ingmar Nygård’s farm, Åvistvägen 12, Åvist, Pedersöre. 050-3627609. His native tongue is Swedish but he speaks also Finnish when needed. His cows feed during the summer in quiet pasture, far from noise and pollution. He feeds them without soy, giving them hay.


A Weston A. Price chapter leader in France notes that “in France, raw milk is easy to come by, by stopping at any milk farm at milking hour, in organic supermarkets or even in ordinary supermarkets. Sometimes, you have to ask.” Below are some additional possibilities mentioned by our readers.

  • Bernard Gaborit: web: www.bernardgaborit.fr. pastured Jersey cow raw milk, sheep and goat raw milks and other dairy products, certified organic, sold in health food stores nationwide all year long. Farm is located at La Grande Nillière 49360 Maulévrier.
  • So Cheese, a French online cheese magazine. In French here. In English here.
  • Aquitaine region: A reader writes, “Raw milk is mostly non-existent, but we were able to find some at Leclerc stores near Bergerac.”
  • Brittany: Certified organic raw cow milk. Ferme de Kerheu, 29510 BRIEC DE LµODET, 02 98 57 92 67. Their milk is even distributed by two local supermarkets: Inter Marché in Briec and Le Clerc in Quimper.
  • Issoire (Massif Central area): A traveling reader reports that there is a raw milk vending machine in this town. She cannot remember where. Perhaps some locals can provide details.
  • Lille: A reader tells us that at two Carrefour locations you can find raw milk (lait cru).
  • Lot Et Garonne: Raw milk (lait cru) vending machine (and bottles if you need them) inside a decorative small wooden chalet at the main entrance of Le Clerc Supermarket, Villeneuve Sur Lot, Lot Et Garonne. The milk comes from Familles Martinet & Laurante of Ferm Du Gaec De La Croix De Balen at 47140 Trentels, France.
  • Paris: A reader offers locations in Paris where raw milk can be found:
    • Les Nouveaux Robinson: a small chain of organic markets in and around Paris – www.nouveauxrobinson.fr.
    • Naturalia: a large chain of organic markets – www.naturalia.fr.
    • Retour a la Terre: Three or four stores in Paris center – www.leretouralaterre.fr. Each of these receive their shipments one or two times a week, depending on demand. They do not stock massive amounts because it has a short shelf selling limit, so they can sell out quickly. The prices range from 1.89 to 2.20 euros per liter. They stock depending on demand, but will order if you ask.
  • Tournus: There is a raw milk vending machine on the southern outskirts of the center of town across the street from “Simply Market.” If you take the main road out of town going towards Mâcon you will see a small sign for Simply Market on your left. The milk comes from La Ferme de Chantebaud.
  • A devoted raw milk fan in Geneva put together this list of raw milk available in Switzerland, France, and Northern Italy.

Another chapter leader located in the Var region in southeastern France offers some additional suggestions:

  • Callian: Ferme de l’Establerie: 227 Chemin de la Fontaine 83440 Callian. Raw cow milk: 1.10€/liter; pastured beef, pigs and chicken, (10,50€/kg). All year long; sold Wednesday and Saturday at the round point of Intermarché.
  • Les Clots à Callas: Christine Odile, phone:  04 94 76 70 27 / 06 44 98 34 05, email: Christineodile-83@orange.fr. Pastured raw goat milk: 1,70€/liter; yogurt non-flavored/flavored (vanilla, lemon, honey) 0,65€ each. Sold from mid-March to end of November.


  • Contact the following to find regional raw-milk selling farmers: Staatliche Lehr- und Forschungsanstalt fuer Landwirtschaft, Weinbau und Gartenbau, Breitenweg 71, 67435 Neustadt an der Weinstrasse, Telefon 06321-6711.
  • Theisseil (near Weiden): Farmer Matthias Lukas, Theisseil 8, 92637 Theisseil, phone 015112287220
  • Vilseck: Farmers Karl and Inge Trummer, Oberweißenbach 3, 92249 Vilseck, phone 09662-9725
  • Bavaria:
  • Organic raw milk (and/or other organic products) are available from one of the numerous farms across Germany belonging to the Bioland “group.” Bioland is a reputable brand name that promotes organic agriculture. Call your local chapter for a list of Bioland farms in your area. Interested Germans can contact the headquarters: Bioland-Bundesverband, Bundesgeschäftsstelle, Nördliche Ringstraße 91, 73033 Göppingen, to receive a list of farms in their area. The list indicates which farms sell which products, including raw milk. One can also look it up in the internet at www.bioland.de.
  • This website tells you where to find producers of Vorzugsmilch: www.milch-und-mehr.de
  • Also see note, Raw Cheeses? under Netherlands, below, for a link to a page of raw or “almost raw” cheeses available in Netherlands and Germany.


  • Budapest: Fény utca market in Buda  Lövöház utca 12., II. district, at the back end of Mammut Shopping Mall, trams 4-6, M2 metro Moszkva tér stationOpen: Mon 6.30-17.00, Tue-Fri 06.00-18.00, 06.00-13.00
  • Budapest: Lehel ter market in Pest  Lehel tér, XIII. district, behind Nyugati Railway Station, M3 metro Lehel tér station. Open: Mon-Fri 06.00-18.00, Sat 06.00-14.00. The milk only keeps a couple of days.


Raw cow milk for direct human consumption was banned in 1996, this was superseded by the EU 2006 Hygiene directive which allowed for the sale of raw milk direct to consumers from the farm or through local retail outlets. Currently, owing to this EU directive, the sale of raw milk in Ireland is legal, but the Irish Government is proposing to ban its sale; their time-frame was set to be before the end of 2011, however the legislation has not advanced further owing to the work of the Campaign for Raw Milk Ireland who still hope to be able to persuade the government to introduce regulations as opposed to an outright ban. The Campaign for Raw Milk in Ireland was formed in May 2011. More details on the campaign and the current situation can be found on www.rawmilkireland.com

Weston A. Price Foundation Chapter Leader for North Wales, Ben Pratt, maintains a list of raw milk suppliers for the UK and Ireland:


  • Interactive map with all the raw milk distributors throughout the country: milkmaps.com
  • A devoted raw milk fan in Geneva put together this list of raw milk available in Switzerland, France, and Northern Italy.
  • Fruili-Venezia Guilia: Pordenone, Katerina and Angelo Mazzon, Via Palù, 66, 33087 Pasiano di Pordenone PN (map), phone: 39 335 736 0440.
    Katerina and Angelo Mazzon run a small family farm with their son. The farm is on the same property as their home. They have approximately 50-75 cows fed a mixture of alfalfa, grasses, soy, etc. Milking is done in the morning around 8-9 am and evening about 5-6 pm, so around then is the best time to purchase. There is no vending machine, they must pour the milk for you. No visitors 12-3 pm daily, please. Bring your own containers, They are very friendly and open to showing the animals and allowing kids to watch the milking. The Mazzons speak little to no English – Google translate is sufficient.
  • Giulio Petronio Az. Zootecnica Gran Sasso, Via San Donato 56, 333 92 95 738. Located in Castel del Monte, a small town in the Abruzzo National Park. He sells a delicious variety of raw sheep’s milk cheeses, including Marcetto, a type of fermented cheese that you can spread on bread or crackers. He also produces delicious aged cheeses and an outstanding ricotta cheese (all raw) as well as meat.
  • Montichiari (Brescia): Bevilatte Consorzio Produttori latte crudo Via Santellone, 37. Farmer’s organization from Lombardia (Italy). 00393357438760 (dott. Fausto Cavalli). info@bevilatte.it , cell. 3357438760. www.bevilatte.it . latte crudo (realmilk)
  • Rieti: Cooperativa Produttori Latte Amatrice, Amatrice – (Ri), Località Ponte Sommati, 0746 826471. Located in Rieti, in the Abruzzo National Park. They produce a variety of raw milk cheeses (both sheep and cow). Recommended by Slow Food.
  • Rome: Biolà, Via Aurelia 2449 – 00050 Fiumicino Roma, Giuseppe Brandizzi, +39 3358214275, info@biola.it, www.biola.it. Near Fiumicino International Airport. This organic farm milks about 50 Holsteins and 12 Jerseys.
  • Sicily: Azienda Agricola Maria Ginevra Fanara C.da Carbonia – Aragona (agrigento) phone +393894304026. www.ciucismanor.com. Raw, organic milk from 40 donkeys. The donkeys belong to a specific Sicilian race (ragusana).


  • Raw Cheeses? Real Milk correspondent Rob Hundscheit has compiled a list of “raw” cheeses available in Netherlands and Germany. However, he warns, “99 percent of cheese here is pasteurized or sterilized–even ‘raw’ cheese is heated between a temperature between 43-70 degrees Celsius (102-150 degrees Fahrenheit). Maybe there is only one kind of cheese in Holland which is merely ‘almost raw’ and this is organic cheese with the name Loverendale–which is available in cow and goat. Below is a list of cheeses which are available in Holland and Germany, of which they state that these are raw, however the truth is often different. However it is allowed in Germany to import French cheese to Germany.” So, use this list as a starting point, but be sure to ask! Cheeses in Holland and Germany.


  • Holmestrand: Skaarbu Gård with farmer Gustav Koot has raw milk available in liter bottles. He makes gouda raw milk cheese plus other dairy products. Cows are pasture fed, farm is Biodynamic. Due to strict health regulations in Norway you can buy raw milk directly from the farm, but only “occasionally”. Langelivn. 12 3080 Holmestrand. Tel: 0047 – 92293266


A reader tells us there are milk dispensers called mlekomat in Poland. A list of cities and map can be found here: http://www.mlekomat.info/map,pl.html. She says that farmers also provide people with raw milk at farms.


A reader from Husak, Slovakia reports: “I just wanted to let you know that raw milk is widely available in Slovakia through automated dispensers. At some dispensers bottles are also sold, but most people bring used plastic bottles (like mineral water comes in) and fill their own. Apparently there was a subsidy from the government to dairy farms that allowed them to buy these dispensing machines (all of which are from various Italian companies). So, you’ll be getting local raw milk from them, though certainly not organic, unfortunately. Of course, if one is in the countryside, it is possible to find people, like me, with cows who’ll give you raw milk. The milk dispensers are called “mliekomats”.  “Surové mlieko” would be the term for “raw milk”, but it may also be called “čerstvé mlieko” — fresh milk, which in the context of mliekomats always means raw milk, but in supermarkets non-UHT milk I have seen called “fresh milk”. These mliekomats also exist the Czech Republic.


Listings from the Weston A.  Price Foundation chapter leader in Spain:

  • Barcelona: El Pujo, Tfno, phone: 938 86 77 39. Raw cow’s milk, not organic. I understand this farm is not pastured. (I believe they sell the milk with the idea that consumer will boil it before consuming, but have never talked to them so I am not sure.)
  • Galicia:
    • Lácteos Conchy, Facebook: lacteosconchy. Raw cow milk and cheese, sold through buying clubs and delivered in Madrid. Pastured, not certified organic, not sure about how they manage their herd.
  • País Vasco: Behieko, web: www.behieko.com. Organic raw cow milk, not sure how they sell their products.
  • Valladolid: Cooperativa Crica, web: www.crica.es. Organic raw cow milk and cheese. Pastured (they do rotational grazing, and are one of the pioneering farms in Spain regarding pasture management). They sell through retail stores and buying clubs in Madrid.


  • La Branche, Ch de La Branche 4, 1073 Mollie-Margot, Switzerland, tel. 021 612 4350, ferme@labranche.ch. La Branche is a biodynamic farm. Raw cow milk, cheeses, and biodynamic fruits are available daily. Contact them ahead of time to schedule milk pickup and plan on bringing your own bottles. The cows are milked at 6am and 6pm.
  • A devoted raw milk fan in Geneva put together this list of raw milk available in Switzerland, France, and Northern Italy.
  • Uster: raw milk or roehmilch is available at Opfelbaum (appletree) Organic Healthfoods, Zentralstrasse 18, 8610 Uster, Switzerland, 011-41-1-941-4246 (this is calling from the US). You must special order the milk with is delivered on Mondays and Thursdays. At the present time, milk is 2.70 CHF (Swiss Francs and rappen) for 1/2 liter. This is $2.29 per 1/2 liter in USD.

United Kingdom

Find a list of raw milk suppliers in the UK at http://rawmilk.simkin.co.uk/. Visit them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/rawmilksuppliers/.

London Chapter Resource List: Raw milk directory with listings of other foods, compiled by London Chapter Leader of the Weston A. Price Foundation, Philip Ridley, at www.meetup.com/westonaprice-london/about/

Swindon: Dora’s Dairy, Jonathan and Sarah Cook, Quarry Farm, The Hyde, Purton Swindon Wiltshire SN5 4EA, phone: 0044 7453 348560, email: dairymaid@dorasdairy.co.uk, web: www.dorasdairy.co.uk. Mixed variety of cow breeds. Jersey, Friesian, Holstein, Shorthorn. Predominantly grass fed. Small amount of concentrates in parlour. Hay and grass silage. Grazing for approx. 8 months but if ground conditions allow up to 10 months. Selling raw milk. 1 liter and 2 liter bottles.

Raw Milk Suppliers UK: The London chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation provides an online map of supplies in the UK: https://westonaprice.london/uk-raw-milk-map/

Nationwide Delivery/Online/Mail Order:

Supermarkets: Most supermarkets sell raw milk cheeses.

Scotland: Raw milk production and retail has been outlawed in Scotland since 1983 but can be purchased mail order from England and Wales. Please visit Raw Milk Scotland to join their campaign for real milk at: rawmilkscotland.webs.com.

3 thoughts on “Other Countries

  1. Any one know of raw milk in Dubai? Leaving on Friday and staying for 9 days. I have so many allergies and depend on raw dairy for sustenance. Please advise.
    Thanks a bunch!!!

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