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  1. RAW MILK POLICY STATEMENT: The Weston A. Price Foundation’s goals include promoting a healthy diet for people everywhere, based on natural and traditional foods, and assisting individuals and families in accessing those foods through information, education, and helping to restore the direct relationship between food consumers and food producers. The Foundation believes, based on sound scientific evidence, that raw milk is an important component of a healthy diet. To assist its members and the public in obtaining raw milk, the Foundation publishes a list of farms that produce it, because this information is not otherwise readily and comprehensively available to consumers. Listing of a farm does not imply endorsement by the Foundation. Individuals who purchase raw milk and other natural foods for themselves and their families need to “know their farmer” because they bear the responsibility for ensuring that they are getting safe and healthy products.
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  6. USDA, FDA and STATE AG AGENCIES PLEASE NOTE: Raw milk is Nature’s perfect food and is extremely important for the developing brains and nervous systems of infants and children. Furthermore, in many children not fortunate enough to have started life on raw milk, raw milk given later in childhood has improved autism, behavior problems, frequent infections, deafness, asthma and allergies and other serious health conditions. Please bear in mind that any move you make to stop or hinder a raw dairy operation will actually HARM, not help the infants and children who rely on that milk, and may make it difficult for all children to obtain this milk in the future–including your own children and grandchildren. An interruption in supply can be VERY detrimental to a growing infant or sick child who has no other options. Read for yourself on our Testimonials page. If you are concerned about safety, rest assured. In the farm-to-consumer distribution model, the farmer receives timely and relevant feedback directly from the customers, something that farmers selling bulk milk never receive. Raw milk is actually the safest food around with so much consumer oversight and also with an extremely efficient built-in anti-pathogen mechanism! If you are concerned about rules, then consider investing the same amount of time you’d spend persecuting a raw milk farmer into advocating for supportive raw milk legislation.
  7. LISTING SOURCES: The listings here are provided by people who discover sources of real milk in their communities and tell us about them. If you discover a listed supplier is no longer providing real milk, please tell us about it by following the instructions on the Add, Update, or Remove a Listing page. We trust our members and consumers to check out each farm to make sure it is clean and that the cows are mostly pasture fed.

Sources of real milk and real milk products in South Carolina:

Statewide-Private Buying Club:

  • Miller’s Biodiversity Farm: leave a message at: 717-786-7895. 100 percent grassfed. 100 percent of their milk is A2/A2. Real nutrient-dense products directly from the farmer. Have your order shipped in the mail to your home. Reduced or free delivery to groups in NJ, NY, and MA. Open to establishing new group pickup sites. Willing to be a vendor at your workshop or conference. Products: raw grassfed milk – cow, goat, sheep, and camel; and raw yogurt, kefir and cheese from cow, goat, and sheep. Raw cream, sour cream, cottage cheese w/cream, butter, ice cream; pasture raised meats – beef, pork and soy-free poultry, soy-free fertile pastured eggs, tallow, pork fat, lard, beef and chicken stocks, cultured vegetables, homemade breads, soaked/dried nuts and seeds, raw honey, maple syrup, kombucha, beet kvass. They are a private buying club; $25/year to create an account and purchase with. Visit amishbiofarm.com for details or to become a member.

Abbeville/Due West/Greenwood Areas: Southern Oaks Jersey Farm, Mark Wiley Owner/Operator, 1458 Hwy. 20 Abbeville, SC (4 miles W of Abbeville, 6 miles E from Due West), phone: 864-391-1898, Facebook: Southern-Oaks-Jersey-Farm-Creamery/369441019923504. Family-owned and operated, all-Jersey dairy farm producing Grade A raw milk. They do not use steroids or hormones and their milk meets all DHEC regulations. Milk is sold for $5/gallon or $3.50/half-gallon.

Aiken:

  • One Ash Farm and Dairy, Roland, Lee Ann Perez, 2886 Piper Road Ridge Spring, SC 29129, phone: (803) 649-9172, email: oneashfarmanddairy@gmail.com, web: www.oneashfarmanddairy.com, Facebook: oneashplantation. Family run and operated grade A raw milk dairy. No hormones or steroids. Pastured cows. Five miles off exit 22 on I-20. They sell off the farm by appointment and at local farmers markets. Milk is sold for $7/gallon, $4.50/half gallon. Please give us a call or send an email to get all the details.
  • Palmetto Nursery & Florist and Samaria Farm, Sam & Maria Stevens, 770 E. Pine Log Rd. Aiken, SC 29803, phone: 803-645-5111, email: palmetto_nursery@hotmail.com. Small Grade A raw milk family farm – Nubian goat and Jersey cow. No pesticides or hormones are used. Milk is available at Palmetto Nursery & Florist on Pine Log Rd., or directly from the farm. Goat milk $8/half gallon, cow milk  $8/gallon.

Anderson: Split Creek Farm LLC, 3806 Centerville Rd. Anderson, SC 29625, phone: 864-287-3921, email: info@splitcreek.com, web: splitcreek.com. Grade A goat dairy selling raw goat milk year-round in half gallon bottles. No hormones or antibiotics used. No pesticides or herbicides used on their pastures. They also produce goat cheese, goat milk soap, and goat milk fudge. The farm has a retail shop open to the public. Tours of the farm are available on a prearranged basis.

Batesburg:Sugar Nanny, 165 Harness Road Batesburg, SC 29006, phone: 330-234-1881, email: sugarnannys@gmail.com, web: sugarnannys.com. Unpasteurized milk 12 months out of the year. They raise registered American Saanen dairy goats, fed GMO-free food and fresh fodder each day. They are also pasture-raised. Herdshares or product shares available. Non-GMO goat milk soap, caramel, cajeta, yogurt and cheese also available.

Belton/Honea Path: Slone’s Blessings LLC, 1114 Hwy 413 Anderson, SC 29621, phone: 864-642-9110, email: rslone@rocketmail.net. Grade A goat dairy.

Bluffton: Back to Nature Natural Food Store, 1125 May River Rd. Bluffton, SC 29910, phone: 843-757-7848, cell: 843-298-7200, web: backtonaturebluffton.com. Grade A whole raw milk from Butter Patch Farms in Saluda.

Cameron: email: remakingalife@hotmail.com. Raw sheep milk available. Not a GMO-free farm – They buy feed mill products. $10/half gallon.

Charleston:

  • Farmers Market has raw milk from Sea Island Jerseys on Saturdays.
  • Geer’s Barber Shop, 1649 Savannah Hwy #A, phone: 843-766-7735.
  • Jeremiah Farm & Goat Dairy, Casey Price, phone: 843-559-1678, email: Jeremiahfarmsc@aol.com, web: JeremiahFarm.com. Grade A raw goat milk in half-gallon bottles, available seasonally. No hormones or antibiotics used; no pesticides or herbicides used on pasture or woodlands. They also offer demonstrations of home cheesemaking and guided farm tours to families and small groups are arranged by appointment (fee).
  • Sea Island Jerseys, Celeste Albers, phone: 843-860-1088, email: seaislandjerseys@gmail.com. Sea Island Jerseys was established in 2005 specifically to be a grass-based dairy. Their Jersey cows are out on pasture 365 days per year, never confined. The milk is filtered and put straight into the bottle and chilled; they have no storage tank or pipeline. They raise bull calves for beef as well. Milk and beef are available year-round at the farm on Wadmalaw Island, area farmers markets and many locations from Johns Island, West Ashley, Charleston, Mt. Pleasant and Summerville. Please call, text or email for details.
  • New Spring Chiropractic, Dr. Erikka Curia, 2121 Boundary St, Ste 205 Beaufort, SC Carolina, phone: 843-252-0540, email: livebetter@newspringchiropractic.com , website: www.newspringchiropractic.com, Facebook: NewSpringChiropractic. Raw milk from Sea Island Jerseys and farm fresh pastured eggs from Fili-West Farms. They are also the home of the Charleston chapter of The Weston A. Price Foundation.

Columbia: Rosewood Market. Raw milk from Milky Way Farm (see farm’s listing under Starr).

Donalds: Didaskalos Farm, Craig and Elizabeth Scott, 5251 Highway 184E phone: 864-379-8997, cell: 256-303-9149, email: Didaskalosfarm@gmail.com, Facebook: Didaskalos Farm. Currently A2/A2 grassfed raw milk available in small quantities. Registered miniature Jersey cow is giving an excess of milk at this time. They are not a dairy and don’t want to compete with others, so if you are drinking raw milk from another dairy don’t give it up. This farm does have a specialized cow and those who perhaps need milk from an A2/A2 cow can benefit. They are bottle feeding her new calf and once weaned will have more available. They are a small farm promoting sustainable agriculture. They use no chemicals, just organic practices. Cow’s diet consists of grass when available, non-GMO fermented alfalfa hay and timothy grass pellets. They supply free choice kelp, Redmond salt and New Country organics dairy minerals. They milk and strain in stainless steel only, store all milk in glass. Cow is checked routinely for any problems with her milk production. Milk currently sells for $4/half gallon. There is a $2 deposit required for their glass milk jugs. If jug is returned deposit is refunded. They also have a limited supply of eggs from chickens and ducks. Chickens and ducks are fed organic feed and free range daily. Chicken eggs $4/dozen; duck eggs are $.50 each. Please call the farm as supplies are limited. Farm visits are welcome, just call before you come. Also bring an extra pair of shoes to tour the farm with as you have the potential of getting dirty. Farm is open daily from 8 am to 5 pm. Closed on Sundays.

Easley: Back to Nature, Susan Reedy, 106 Pelzer Hwy. Easley, SC 29642, phone: 864-859-0708, Facebook: Back to Nature. This health food store carries M&M Dairy raw cow milk and raw buttermilk, Split Creek Farm’s raw goat milk and cheeses, Happy Cow rolled butter, organic food, gluten-free food, grassfed beef, and Springer Mountain chicken.

Fort Mill: Milky Way Farm (see full listing below under Starr SC). Raw milk delivery every week at the Narroway Theatre at exit #90 on I 77. Please order ahead.

Gaffney:

  • Brick House Farms, Jim and Eve Lyle, 1139 Brick House Rd. Gaffney, SC 29340, phone: 864-490-7108, email: thelylefamily@brickhousefarms1943.com, web: brickhousefarms1943.com. Whole raw Jersey cow milk, light cream, and buttermilk from Milky Way Farm (see their listing under Starr). They also offer 100 percent grassfed Devon and Angus beef, pastured Rare Gourmet Red Wattle and Berkshire pork, pastured eggs, pastured Heritage and Broad Breasted White Turkeys, pastured Label Rouge style chickens, pastured Delaware and Buckeye chickens, and pastured lamb. No hormones, antibiotics, pesticides, or herbicides used. Tours available by appointment.
  • Milky Way Farm (see full listing below under Starr). Raw milk delivery every two weeks on Wednesday at Exit #90 on I 85. Please order ahead.

Greenville:

  • Milky Way Farm (see full listing below under Starr). Raw milk delivery every two weeks on Wednesday at exit #40 on I 85 at 10:00. Please order ahead.
  • Swamp Rabbit Cafe and Grocery, Mary Walsh and Jacqueline Oliver, 205 Cedar Lane Rd. Greenville, SC 29611, phone: 864-255-3385, web: swamprabbitcafe.com, Facebook: Swamp-Rabbit-Cafe-and-Grocery-177010222350810/. They carry Milky Way Farm’s raw cow milk, Split Creek Farm’s raw goat cheeses, Happy Cow milk, butter and cheese, and also produce, dry goods, and meats from over 50 local farms. The Cafe serves breakfast, lunch, pastries, and coffee all day.
  • White’s Jersey Dairy, Wilbur R. White, phone: 864-895-2358. Grade A raw milk.

Johns Island: Burden Creek Dairy, Kipp and Katherine Valentine, 2755 Exchange Landing, Johns Island, SC 29455, phone: 843-559-1035 or 843-709-0552. Raw goat milk.

Lexington: 14 Carrot Whole Foods, 5300 Sunset Blvd. Lexington, SC. Whole, raw milk from Butter Patch Jerseys.

Myrtle Beach: Bay Naturals, 7611 North Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, Phone: 843-448-0011. Raw milk products.

North Augusta: Organically You, 5979 Jefferson Davis Highway, phone: 803-279-9534, Facebook: OrganicallyYouLLC. Offers raw, Grade A whole milk from Butter Patch Farms out of Saluda. Butter Patch Farms and Organically You are both Certified South Carolina.

North Myrtle Beach: Bay Naturals, 556 Highway 17 North, N. Myrtle Beach, 843-272-4436 (near Home Depot and Walmart). Raw milk products.

Pickens: Bee Well Honey & Natural Market, Kerry Owen, 205 Hampton Ave. Pickens, SC 29671, phone: 864-898-5122, email: beewellhoney@bellsouth.net, web: beewellhoneyfarm.com. Honey, raw milk from a local dairy, organic produce, health items.

Rock HillProvisions Local Market, 121 Caldwell Street, Rock Hill, SC 29730
Grade A raw milk from Milky Way Farm (see farm’s full listing under Starr)

Saluda: Butter Patch Jerseys, Mike and Patrice Buck, 175 Dairy Lane, phone: 864-445-7399, email: butterpatchJerseys@netscape.com. Small, family-operated dairy that has been in continuous operation since 1987, offering Grade A whole raw milk. Cows are pastured on seasonal grasses and small grain forages. No BST, hormones, or steroids used. Also available: brown eggs, grassfed beef, pastured pork and pastured lambs. Call or email for availability.

Spartanburg:

  • Belue Farms, 3773 Parris Bridge Rd. Boiling Springs, SC 29316, phone: 864-578-0446, web: beluefarms.com. Offering Grade A raw Jersey milk from Milky Way Farm’s grassfed Jersey cows, which are not given hormones (BST) or steroids. Their herd is rated at the highest level given for Johne’s (Level 6), and the SCC is below 200,000. Belue Farms also sells grassfed Angus beef from cows born and raised on their farm, which are not given hormones or antibiotics, pastured pork, and free-range chicken and turkey from Native Meats.
  • Milky Way Farm (see full listing below under Starr). Raw milk delivery every two weeks on Wednesday at exit #75 (Hwy 9 and I 85) at 11:30. Please order ahead.

Starr: Milky Way Farm, L. D. Peeler, 220 Hidden Hills Rd. Starr, SC 29684. phone: 864-352-2014, cell: 864-617-5911, email: milkyway220@wctel.net, web: scmilkywayfarm.com. Grade A raw milk from grassfed Jersey cows not given hormones or steroids. The herd has been checked clean for Johne’s the past three years. SCC for the past year is below 225,000.

Sumter: The Farm Store, 584 Bultman Drive Sumter, SC 29150, phone: 803-774-3276, email: farmstoresumter@aol.com. Raw cow (Jersey and Holstein) and goat milk and cheese. They also offer monthly classes on cheese, butter, and yogurt throughout the year. Open Monday-Saturday, 11 am to 6 pm.

Wellford: 590 Wasp Nest Dr. Wellford, SC (Previously located in Greer, formerly Kelsey’s Dairy), phone: 864-770-5594. Small, family owned and operated farm offering Grade A raw Jersey cow milk and buttermilk. They use no hormones or antibiotics, feed local feed from a local farmer, and sell directly to the public. The cows graze on fresh grass daily as seasonally available, with minimal grain at milking time. Licensed by the state of South Carolina. Call with questions.

Westminster:

  • Crescent Moon Farm, Becky and Sandra Howington, phone: 864-873-7300, email: crescentmoonfarm@bellsouth.net, Facebook: CrescentMoonFarmsGradeAGoatDairy. Goat milk and goat milk soap.
  • Harmony Dairy, Peter Ebenhack & Julie Roberts, 827 Purple Haze Dr. Westminster, SC 29693, phone: 864-647-6141, email: harmonydairy@yahoo.com. Licensed raw milk from free-range cows. Cows get the majority of their feed from native grass and are on pasture 20 hrs./day. No antibiotics used. They also have eggs and meat (limited availability).

York: Tucker Adkins Dairy, 7245 Park Place Rd., York SC 29745, phone: 803-242-4743. Grade A raw milk, eggs, butter.

32 thoughts on “South Carolina

  1. Jennifer, do you still have sheep? I’m in Orangeburg myself, The Kessler Miller Farm, and have an orphan lamb. I’m looking for a local source of raw sheep or goat’s milk for him.

  2. Organically You in North Augusta, SC now offers Certified South Carolina raw milk from Butter Patch Farms. Give them a call for availability or to get added to the Milk Club list to receive a 10% discount on milk, free-range eggs and local artisan breads. (803 279-9534.

  3. Not many sources in Charleston either. Lots of hype, but not many farm to consumer operations. Have to love toting around farmers markets and following the social scene.
    Spoken by a spoiled Ohioan though. Ruled SC out almost all together to live, because of how much more difficult it was to just access a farmer right on his property. Only way to go is to get your own land, have your own dairy beautes and never travel.
    humbug

  4. We sell raw milk at Tucker Adkins Dairy 803-242-4743. Unfortunately, we have a waiting list but I would gladly add you to it, if you will give me a call. Thank you.

  5. I purchase my raw milk from Sea Island Jersey’s, at Boone Hill Market In Mt. Pleasant. From my understanding it is delivered every Monday and Thursday. .

  6. Tucker Adkins Dairy sales Grade A Raw Cow and Raw Goat milk.
    Cow milk is $8.00 per gallon and goat milk is $7.00 per half gallon. Just call for availability 803-242-4743 . 7245 Park Place Road, York.SC 29745

  7. Tucker Adkins Dairy sales Grade A Raw Cow and Raw Goat milk.
    Cow milk is $8.00 per gallon and giat milk is $7.00 per half gallon. Just call for availability 803-242-4743 . 7245Park Place Road, York.SC 29745

  8. Tucker Adkins Dairy sales Grade A Raw Cow and Raw Goat milk.
    Cow milk is $8.00 per gallon and giat milk is $7.00 per half gallon. Just call for availability 803-242-4743

  9. The milk that is produced by Sea Island Jerseys is not certified organic, but you won’t get any closer anywhere locally. The cows are strictly grass fed – no grains ever. They are milked once a day only. The fields they graze are natural, but have not been certified organic.

  10. I am as well!! I just moved here from Maryland and I noticed not too many places to get organic produce etc.. 🙁 please let me know if you know of any place to get some raw dairy, especially colostrum. Thanks!

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