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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 Tennessee:

Statewide–For Small & Starting Co-ops/Private Buying Clubs:

  • Clearview Valley Farm: an Amish family farm in Quarryville, PA, that can ship directly to your door. Offering grassfed food nationwide at www.clearviewvalleyfarm.com or feel free to contact the farmer directly at 717-786-0877 or email Abnerlapp@gmail.com.  All the products are free of chemicals, soy, antibiotics and hormones, They sell 100 percent raw A2 cows milk from Jersey cows, 15 different kinds of cheese, butter, yogurt, kefir, heavy cream, and sour cream. Raw goat and sheep milk. Soy-free pastured eggs, (brown and blue-green). 100 percent grassfed beef and veal. Pork, lamb, turkey, rabbit, and chicken. Sausage, steaks, bone broths, ground meats, and jerky. A private membership association. Contact them to become a member.
  • Grass-Fed Butter Farm: https://rawgrassfedbutter.com. Amish Family Farm in Lancaster County, PA, offers 100 percent raw butter from their grassfed Jersey cows. The butter is free of chemicals, pesticides, and any other drugs, and is made directly on the farm. They can ship nationwide and directly to your door within 1-3 days. They have A2/A2 butter available. Feel free to email with questions: Raw.grassfedbutter@gmail.com

Anderson County:

  • Oak Ridge:
    • Echo Valley Farm, offers herdshares for this area. See full listing under Madisonville (Monroe County).
    • Holdout Farm, delivers weekly to this area. See full listing under Sunbright (Morgan County).

Bledsoe County:

  • Pitts Gap: Shady Rest Family Farm, Joe & Veronica Cook, Pitts Gap Rd., phone: 423-567-2044 (Joe – call/text), emails: Joe.Cook.TN@outlook.comTrooperCook96@gmail.com. Raw Jersey cow milk, limited number of herdshares available. They have one milk cow that is pasture-grazed and given limited grain and alfalfa at milking time. Milk products are available at an additional price upon request (yogurt, butter, cream, etc.). They also offer LaMancha goat milk with a separate herdshare  (as required by state law). Additional goat milk products are available as requested (goat cheese, etc.). For cow and goat milk, the one time yearly herdshare fee for each is $15,  with the weekly handling fee for one gallon of milk at $6. Milk product prices shared on request. They have chicken eggs for sale as well; the chickens free range during the day and are given some protein based feed in the mornings. Deliveries available on appointment to Dayton, Pikeville, and Crossville. Farm pickup also available. They will share herdshare document on request and can add anyone to a waitlist if herdshares are sold out.

Blount County:

  • Maryville: Echo Valley Farm, offers herdshares for this area. See full listing under Madisonville (Monroe County).

Chester County:

  • Jack’s Creek: Barefoot Pharms, Elizabeth Davis, 2640 Hwy 22A South Jack’s Creek, TN 38347, phone: 731-803-7756 (call/text), email: barefootpharms@gmail.com. LaMancha, Oberhasli and Nigerian dwarf dairy goats. Goats have access to browse along with free choice grass hay. They are fed a 16 percent grain ration on the milk stand and are milked twice daily. Raw goat milk: $3/half gallon, $5/gallon. Available most weekdays but occasionally are out of town on the weekend for showing. Please call between 7 am-10 pm for additional driving directions, farm store hours, etc. Possible delivery to Jackson and Martin area. Tours are currently not available but may be in the future.

Coffee County:

  • Manchester: Terra Dell Dairy Goats, Teri Dugan, 1074 Petty Rd. Manchester, TN 37355 (off I-24 at exit 110; halfway between Nashville and Chattanooga), phone: 931-808-4671, email: naturalrawdiet@yahoo.com, web: http://terradelldairygoats.weebly.com, Facebook: terradelldairygoats. French Alpine and American Saanen dairy goats with free access to chemical-free pastures. Goats also browse a nearby woods and are fed alfalfa hay and Chaffhaye, and get whole oats and barley while on the milk stand. No hormones. No antibiotics. Goats are only treated if needed. Goats are currently on monthly milk tests through the American Dairy Goat Assoc. They are machine-milked twice a day. Milk is cooled quickly in an ice water bath and refrigerated in half gallon glass jars. They offer fresh raw goat milk half and whole shares or as pet food only. Kefir, yogurt, fudge, ice cream, cheese, and more also available. Hours: 10 am to 5 pm Mon-Sat. Call for an appointment for pick up. Delivery is possible if there are enough people to pick up at one location.

Cumberland County:

  • Crossville: Shady Rest Family Farm, serves this area. See their full listing under Pitts Gap (Bledsoe County).

Davidson County:

  • Nashville
    • East Nashville/Downtown: Weekly co-op. Raw cow milk, butter, and sour cream from Jersey cows that are primarily pasture-fed, with no hormones or antibiotics used. Eggs from free-range chickens and CSA produce also available. Weekly pickup times are flexible. Contact christenpaigeis@gmail.com for more information.
    • Moo 2 U Dairy, Mike Armstrong, 1819 Dot Rd. Adairville, KY 42202, email: Moo2U@hughes.net, phone 615-804-6164, Facebook: MilkmanMikeMoo2U. Delivers to Nashville. See full listing under Adairville, KY.
    • Weekly co-op based in Nashville/Franklin. Raw cow milk from Jersey cows that are primarily pasture-fed, with no hormones or antibiotics used. Requires being able to drive to the farms (1.5 hours south of Nashville, 1 hour south of Franklin) every 10 weeks on Thursday morning. Co-op has been established for five years and is looking for new members. Milk is $2.50/gallon, eggs are $2/dozen, produce in the summer/fall seasons. Contact lirichar@vt.edu for more information.

DeKalb County:

  • Liberty: Quarter Spring Farm, Heather Bradley, 422 Davis Hollow Rd. Liberty, TN 37095, phone: 615-498-0033, email: Quarterspringfarm@gmail.com, Instagram: @Quarterspringfarm. They have Saanen and Saanen cross goats. They are fed non-medicated, antibiotic-free grain only on the milk stand. The goats free range graze 60 acres all day, every day. Raw goat milk available, pick up on the farm or meet at Murfreesboro farmers market on the square during their market season June-October. Tours of the farm are available at no cost.

Greene County:

  • Chuckey: NGK Farms, Nathan Kimery, 509 Barren Valley Rd. phone: 423-257-3724, email: natkimery@direcway.com. They have a herd of Alpine, Nubian, and Saanen goats milked twice daily. Raw milk for bottle feeding calves or orphaned animals. You can freeze the milk to make last longer.

Hamilton County:

  • Chattanooga:
    • Echo Valley Farm, offers herdshares for this area. See full listing under Madisonville (Monroe County).
    • Fall Creek Farms/Orchard House Creamery serve this area, including Main St. Farmers Market in Chattanooga on Wednesdays. See their full listings under Spencer (Van Buren County).
    • Mounts Family Farm, Rene Mounts, 2064 Shady Lane Rd. Dayton, TN 37321, phone: 423-667-3199, email: mountsfamilyfarm@gmail.com, web: www.mountsfamilyfarm.com, Facebook: mountsfamilyfarm. A2/A2 dairy Jersey cow, Nubian dairy goats, grassfed beef cattle, free range chickens and ducks. Non-GMO and non-soy, grassfed practices. Raw milk ($10/gallon, or $40/month, sign up cost $50, refundable). Eggs ($5-7 for chicken and duck eggs, depending on the size). Grassfed beef (call for pricing, individual packaging or one-quarter and up of cow). Goat milk ($8/quart). Farm visits by appointment only. Pick up locations available on Tuesdays at the farm, Thursdays at Soddy Daisy and Saturdays at Nutrition World in Chattanooga. Please call or email for pick up hours. Farm tours available.
  • Harrison: Tyree Family Farms, Jessica C Tyree, 12131 Prism Trail Harrison, TN 37341, phone: 423-255-9017/423-316-0093, email: jessicatyree14@gmail.com. Currently milking Jersey, Holstein, and cross breeds being fed non-GMO sunflower pellets in addition to free range pasture and hay. All milk cows are tested annually and are negative for tuberculosis, brucellosis, bovine leukemia, bovine Viral diarrhea, and Johnnes. Milk shares are $25 with a $6/week board rate. Please call or email for availability of milk shares or farm tours.
  • Hixson/Soddy DaisyFall Creek Farms/Orchard House Creamery serve this area. See their full listings under Spencer (Van Buren County).

Hancock County:

  • Sneedvile: Zebulon Heritage Farm, Ronel Visser, phone: 423-973-3682 or 423-300-4056  Email: zebulonheritagefarm@gmail.com, Facebook: zebulonheritagefarm/info. Zebulon Heritage Farm raises and milks Jersey cows. The cows are on pasture 24/7. They receive a small amount of grain if they need it to maintain healthy body condition and steady milk supply. They receive no hormones. The milk is regularly tested to assure quality and cleanliness, and provided in glass half gallon jars with plastic lids. Share members need to pay an initial deposit on the jars. Shares are available for a one time refundable fee of $20 per share. The monthly boarding fee comes to $5.07/gallon when delivered locally and $6/gallon when delivered in Rogersville. Delivery in Sneedville, Rogersville and possible delivery in Tazewell and Morristown area also. Calling hours: 8 am to 8 pm, Sunday – Friday.

Hardeman County:

  • SaulsburyChequy Bull Dairy, Nate Clifford, email: Chequybulldairy@gmail.com. The Chequy Bull is a raw milk dairy selling raw milk products through herdshare and for pet consumption. They sell at both the Cooper Young farmers market on Saturdays in midtown and the Collierville Farmers market in Collierville on Thursdays. They offer raw milk, butter, yogurt, and ghee. Please email with inquiries and orders.

Hardin County:

  • Saltillo: H & H Dairy Goat Farms, Joe & Joan Hehe, Doug & Amy Holder, phone: 731-687-3819 or 731-687-3886, email: holdera2@k12tn.net. Raw goat milk with goat share agreement, $7/gallon. Goat cheese, soap and lotion also available. Now offering Jersey cow milk herdshares. Delivery price $7/gallon, local farm pickup price $5/gallon. Delivery to West TN Farmers Market in Jackson every Saturday. Delivery to Savannah and Adamsville area every Monday afternoon.
  • SavannahStay’N Put Farm, Eliena and Rick Bodtke, 345 Boon Lane Savannah, TN 38372, phone: 731-412-4318, email: Eliena@msn.com, Milk from Dexter cows and Nubian goats. Naturally raised with non-GMO feed, sericea hay, alfalfa hay and rotational pastures. Products available include goat and cow milk, yogurts, kefir, soft cheeses, veggies, soaps and shampoos.

Hawkins County:

  • Rogersville: Zebulon Heritage Farm serves this area. See full listing under Sneedville (Hancock County).

Haywood County:

  • Stanton: Dairy Goats and More, Jennifer, email: dairygoatsandmore@gmail.com. Raw Nubian and pygmy goat milk for sale in (for pet use only) Goats are hand milked daily and milk is sold for $11/gallon.

Hickman County:

  • Centerville: Belle Springs Farm, Claire, email: claire@bellespringsfarm.com. Provides shares in a herd of Jersey cows that are free of antibiotics and added hormones. All transactions are done in accordance with the laws of the state of Tennessee.
  • Nunnelly: Robin’s Nest Farm, Randy and Robin Pope, 3736 Lowes Bend Rd. Nunnelly, TN 37137, phone: 502-370-6622, (call, text), email: pope4ever@bellsouth.net. ADGA registered Nubians since 2008. (They recently added a Jersey/Brown Swiss cow.) The animals have access to chemical-free pasture/browse 24/7. Locally grown non-GMO grain is fed on the milking stand. The does are hand milked twice daily and the milk is double strained and chilled in ice water to 40 degrees within minutes of milking. Whole and half herdshares are available. There is a one-time fee of $40 plus a monthly fee of $35 for boarding and husbandry. This entitles you to one gallon of raw milk to be picked up at the farm weekly. (If enough interest is shown, deliveries can be made to either Nashville or Franklin.) They also offer soft cheese and yogurt shares. They are located in Hickman County 11 miles from I-40.

Jefferson County:

New Market: Our Family Farm, Oscar and Savannah Hartman, phone: 865-601-4644, web: www.ourfamilyfarmtn.com. Herdshare offering tested, raw A2/A2 milk. Cows’ primary diet is grass. They use intense rotational grazing practices and seek to manage the land and animals holistically.  Cows are supplemented a small amount of organic, non-GMO, soy-free feed during milking time. Farm store is open for pick-up throughout the week, and they have a drop off location in the Farragut area. Also offer Pasture Walks on the farm.

Jackson County:

  • GainesboroChorval, Larry and Cindy Horvatin, phone: 931-678-4240, email: chorval@twlakes.net. Nubian, Nigerian and Mini Nubian goats. Raw milk to purchase for pet consumption. Please bring your own container.

Knox County:

  • Knoxville: Echo Valley Farm, offers herdshares for this area. See full listing under Madisonville (Monroe County).

Lewis County:

  • Hohenwald/Linden: Father’s Bounty Farm, The Place Family, phone: 931-230-4146, email: fathersbounty@exede.net. ADGA Saanen herd. They have a “closed” herd raised on a chemical-free farm. The milk goats have free access to browsing and pure alfalfa hay. During hand milking the does are fed whole oats and barley, organic kelp and brewer’s yeast. They use herbal dewormers, no chemicals or antibiotics used. The raw milk (for pet use only) is bottled in half gallon glass mason jars and sold for $5. The farm also produces goat milk soap, elderberry syrup, eggs, pork, chicken and rabbit. Call for an appointment if you would like to visit the farm.

Loudon County:

  • Lenoir City/Loudon: Echo Valley Farm, offers herdshares for this area. See full listing under Madisonville (Monroe County).

McMinn County:

  • Athens: Echo Valley Farm, offers herdshares for this area. See full listing under Madisonville (Monroe County).

Macon County:

  • Dixon Springs: Anamchara Farmstead, Taralee Home, 662 Dry Branch Rd. Dixon Springs, TN 37057, phone: 615-487-0983, email: anamcharafarmstead@gmail.com, Facebook: anamcharafarmstead. They raise Lamancha, Nigerian Dwarf, and mini Lamancha goats. The goat herd is managed as naturally as possible, seldom needing to use chemicals. Goats are fed grain on the milk stand. Goats have access to chemical-free lespedeza mixed hay, pasture and fresh water 24/7. They are provided high quality loose minerals and kelp. Herd is tested annually for CAE and Johnes, entire herd is negative for both. Milk is tested monthly. Herdshares currently available and offered for fresh milk, cheese and other products such as ice cream and yogurt. Also licensed for pet milk sales. Pick up on farm or at designated pick up locations such as weekly Saturday Gallatin Farmers Market. Delivery available for additional fee. Tours welcome by appointment. Chicken and ducks eggs available as well.

Marshall County:

  • Cornersville: SeaQuest Farm Dairy Goats, David & Cindy Carley, phone: 931-293-2624 or 352-875-3697. This is a small family farm raising and milking Toggenburg and Oberhasli dairy goats. Products offered are raw goat milk, kefir, cheeses, fudge, goat milk soaps, lotions, shower gels and pet shampoo. The goats are on untreated pasture and locally grown and harvested alfalfa. The farm is just off I-65 at exit 32 near Lewisburg, TN. Products are sold as herdshares.
  • Lewisburg: Burnham Bounty Farm, Scott & Pam Burnham, phone: 615-983-0003, Facebook: Burnham Bounty. A small family farm raising a herd of mini Lamancha dairy goats. Goats are loved and raised in a holistic manner, roaming on fresh pasture, given  herbal dewormer  and no chemicals or vaccines are used. Herd is closed and biosecurity practices in place as well as tested annually to maintain a disease free herd. The herd is fed an organic soy-free dairy goat ration as well as chaffaye and supplements on the milk stand. They are also offered kelp and herbal mineral mix free choice as well as good quality hay. All herd management is done in a holsitic way to support and strengthen the goats. Products offered through herdshares include fresh raw milk, milked into glass mason jars with a closed system milker where the milk is filtered and immediately cooled in the milk room refrigerator. Also offering to herdshare members limited availability of  fresh chevre cheese, goat milk kefir, and goat soap during the season. Farm fresh eggs are also available in limited quanitities. Herdshares memberships require a one time fee and milk is $10 gallon. Farm is located near Henry Horton State Park close to Chapel Hill.  All products available for farm pickup only at this time.

Maury County:

  • Columbia: Drama Llama Ranch, Paul & Chrissy Jensen, Stiversville, TN 38451, phone: 615-630-2701, email: dramallamaranch@gmail.com, Web: www.DramaLlamaRanch.com, Facebook: dramallamaranch. They have a micro-dairy milking a small Jersey herd. Herd is on mainly silvopasture with open pasture available, high-quality alfalfa hay and fresh water available at all times. If a cow needs grain to gain weight, it is soaked, sprouted and fermented first. Cows are never enclosed unless they choose to rest in the barn by the fan during times of high heat. Cows are milked twice daily using a closed milking system. Chrissy Jensen is the creator of My Dairy Fairy: Udder Magic which is an essential oil and plant oil based antibiotic-free product for dairy cows. They utilize this antibiotic-free method of supporting their cows’ immune systems in lieu of traditional practices. Products available (through herdshare) milk, yogurt, cultured cottage cheese, dulce de leche and possibly cheeses. Tours twice yearly for herd share members at a family picnic. Currently delivering to Columbia, Spring Hill, Franklin, and possibly other areas. If a group wants to have their own delivery date/time, they can organize a minimum of 10 shares and the farm will set up a new delivery point.

Monroe County:

  • Madisonville: Echo Valley Farm, Suzanne Morgan, phone: 865-399-8320, web: echovalleyfarms.net. Herdshares for sale in a Jersey dairy herd. Cows are on grass (no chemical fertilizers, herbicides, or pesticides), organic supplements, minerals, kelp, and Himalayan salt. The farm uses a sealed “closed in” system for milking, to protect milk from outside contaminants during and after milking. All equipment is thoroughly cleaned and heat sanitized after milking.

Montgomery County:

  • Clarksville: Amish farm about 45 min northwest of Clarksville offers direct sales from the farm, or has capacity for a driving co-op. Available are milk ($6.50/gal), cream, butter, fresh cheese, pastured eggs, produce, maple syrup, and sometimes pork. Cows are Jersey cross, pastured and grassfed with ration of oats with minerals at milking. No chemicals, hormones, or antibiotics used. Contact Angela for more info, email preferred: rawmilk@comcast.net, or text 615-584-4816 so she can reply with details.

Putnam County:

  • Algood: Fall Creek Farms and Orchard House Creamery serve this area. See their full listings under Spencer (Van Buren County).
  • Cookeville:
    • Fall Creek Farms/Orchard House Creamery serve this area, including The Downtown Green Market in Cookeville on Saturdays. See their full listings under Spencer (Van Buren County).
    • The River Garden, Joseph and Katie, email: therivergarden2151@gmail.com, Facebook: TheRiverGardenSparta. Free-range style goats, no corn or GMO alfalfa. Shares cost $15/month in exchange for one pound of cheese or four quarts of milk per month. Return milk jars for $1 credit and chevre containers for 50 cents credit. They specialize in hard aged cheeses as well as soft cheeses: cheddar, monterey jack, colby, farmstead, swiss, cheshire, gouda, chevre, mozzarella, feta, brie, and more. One soft cheese offered each market. Hard cheeses are vacuum sealed and stay good until opened. Current cheese list posted weekly on Facebook. Delivery to Cookeville Farmers Market on Saturdays 8 am-noon.

Roane County:

  • Rockwood: OOH RAH Dairy Goats, Karen Stark, 1307 Winton Chapel Rd. Rockwood, TN, 37854, phone: 865-805-2710, email: oohrahgoats@gmail.com, Facebook: oohrahgoats. Veteran-owned, registered Oberhasli and Lamancha goats. Herdshares available for $30 purchase, then $30 a month; one share entitles the holder to a gallon a week. Milking done by machine, strained and chilled immediately post-milking. All milk is put into and delivered in glass. Equipment is cleaned and sanitized after and before each milking. Free milk samples. Farm visits by appointment only.

Rhea County:

  • Dayton:
    • Fall Creek Farms/Orchard House Creamery serve this area. See their full listings under Spencer (Van Buren County).
    • Shady Rest Family Farm, serves this area. See their full listing under Pitts Gap (Bledsoe County).
  • GraysvilleRambling Acres Mountain Farm, Traci Thompson, phone: 423-554-3777 or 423-280-0731, email: btthompson@bledsoe.net They raise Jersey and Guernsey cows on grass pastures, feeding small amounts of grain and alfalfa at milking time only. Herdshares available. They also have free range chicken and duck eggs available. Weekly deliveries to Chattanooga, Dayton, and Sale Creek. Expanding customer base and open to other surrounding areas for delivery.

Rutherford County:

  • Christiana: Honey Rock Creek Farm, RJ Zehr, Christiana, TN, phone: 615-522-7019, email: thumpen@gmail.com. Nubian goats, C]clover pasture, alfalfa hay, no hormones or antibiotics, or herbicides. Herdshares available. They use a closed milking system, stalls kept clean and have plenty of straw bedding to keep goats physically clean. Will have goat milk soap and cheeses available. Farm also produces raw honey and raises free-range eggs and meat chickens.
  • Eagleville: Brian Johnston, 914 S. Main St. Eagleville, TN 37060, phone: 615-714-2965, email: bjnelmer@yahoo.com. Currently milking Jerseys and Guernseys that have been tested for A2/A2 protein. The cows are fed free choice pasture and hay for forage and a premix pellet for grain. Milk is $5/gallon in a container provided by the customer, $6/gallon in a container provided by the farm. At times, butter and cheeses are available (examples: gouda, colby, and cheese curds). The barn is Grade A quality/capable when inspections are enacted. Rigorous commercial cleanliness quality standards are followed with cow health and milk quality a priority. Any medications used are absolutely necessary for the life of the cow and milk is antibiotic tested before it goes back on sale to the consumer. Farm pick-up is generally around 4:30 pm unless other arrangements are made. Regularly scheduled pick-ups are appreciated. The cows are tame and visitors are welcome. Text is appreciated before the call to make sure voice chat is possible. Calls are OK, and will be answered on availability. Special directions: go past the yellow house to either the dairy barn or the log cabin. Please call before coming to verify milk/product availability unless arrangements were previously made.
  • Murfreesboro:
    • Integrity Farms, Offers delivery to Murfreesboro. See full listing under Morrison (Warren County).
    • Trinity Rose Dairy Goats, Arden Ward, email: trinityrosetn@gmail.com, web: trinityrosetn.com. Limited number of herdshares for access to whole raw milk from their herd of Oberhasli dairy goats. Clean, sanitary milking practices. Farm is passionate about both raw milk and their goats.

Sequatchie County:

  • DunlapFall Creek Farms/Orchard House Creamery serve this area. See their full listings under Spencer (Van Buren County).

Stewart County:

  • Dover: Kent Family Farm, Cindy Kent, 120 Kent Lane Dover, TN 37058 (in Stewart County 7.3 mi from Dover on Hwy 49), phone: 931-305-9569. Raw milk herdshares in pastured Jersey cows. A $35 one-time fee plus $26 monthly boarding fee entitles you to one gallon of raw milk to be picked up at the farm weekly. Raw milk yogurt and butter are also available. Call for an appointment if you would like to see the cows and taste the milk.
  • Indian Mound: Buck N Bay Ridge Farm, Lee and Linda Major, Seven Mile Ridge Rd, email: smaj100@hotmail.com, Facebook: bucknbayridge/, Nubian and mini Nubian goats; closed and vet-tested herd.

Sullivan County:

  • Bristol: Miller Branch Farm (also serving Bluff City, Elizabethton), Amanda Henson, phone: 423-845-9598 (call or text), email: millerbranchfarm@gmail.com, web: www.millerbranchfarm.com, Facebook: millerbranchfarm. Guernsey/Jersey cross, A2/A2, forage fed and receives feed at milking time. Cowshares available, $50 refundable one-time fee, $30/month (entitles share holder to one gallon per week, more than one share can be purchased). Pick up available at farm, in Bristol, on weekdays or can offer delivery certain days of the week. Also have fresh eggs and grassfed lamb meat available for purchase.

Sumner County:

  • Gallatin (20 miles NE of Nashville): Standing Stone Nubians, Paula Butler, email: PaulaButler@Standingstonenubians.com, web: standingstonenubians.com. Fresh and frozen Nubian goat milk, goat milk fudge, and cheese.
  • Hendersonville: Gloryland Family Farmstead, located just north of metro Nashville, phone: 615-636-2144. email: Glorylandfamilyfarmstead@gmail.com. A small, sustainable family farmstead offering milk and dairy, eggs, vegetables (including winter greens), and rabbit meat. The A2 dairy goat and Jersey cow milk is sold both through herdshares and as quality pet milk suitable for all species. The family farm and animals are managed holistically and humanely in keeping with good stewardship principles, with emphasis placed on improving the soil in order to produce pasture for healthy animals and nutrient-rich products. The herd is tested negative for TB, Johne’s, CAE, and CL, and is raised as naturally as possible on pasture without added hormones, antibiotics, vaccines, soy, or GMOs. School and family farm tours, as well as workshops teaching cheesemaking, soapmaking, and family farmsteading topics are also offered.  More information can be found at their blog: Glorylandfamilyfarmstead.blogspot.com.

Van Buren County:

  • Spencer:
    • Fall Creek Farms, Dana Bleasdale and family, phone: 931-946-2229 or 931-316-2587, web: fallcreekfarms.net. Raising Alpine and Alpine Cross goats for over a decade. Herdshares available (full and half shares), with deliveries weekly to Cookeville, Algood, Sparta, Chattanooga, Dunlap, and Soddy Daisy. Milk is double strained, chilled, and delivered in all glass containers. Looking to expand customer base especially in Chattanooga-Soddy Daisy-Dunlap area. The goats free-range on brush/pasture, and are fed a supplement of grain and alfalfa. They use herbal dewormer; no hormones or urea. Free-range eggs, grassfed beef and lamb, pork, and chicken also available. They were Certified Naturally Grown in 2011.
    • Orchard House Creamery, Ben and JoAnna Bleasdale, 545 Walling Rd, Spencer, TN, 38585. phone: 931-256-7524, email: orchardhousecreamery@gmail.com or   joanna@orchardhousecreamery.com, web: www.orchardhousecreamery.com, Facebook: orchardhousecreamery. Jersey cows, grass based feeding practices, organic method (not organic certified), non-GMO, rotational grazing along with free choice hay. Raw milk and cream herdshares, pastured pork, grassfed beef, $50 herd share fee, $8 weekly boarding fee (1 full share/one gallon). Drop deliveries from Chattanooga to Cookeville and everywhere in between. Two markets weekly: Main St. Farmers Market in Chattanooga on Wednesdays The Downtown Green Market in Cookeville on Saturdays. Call or text anytime. Email or Facebook as well. Each checked frequently and will reply as soon as possible. Herdshares available year-round and always have more available.

Warren County:

  • McMinnville:
    • Fall Creek Farms/Orchard House Creamery serve this area. See their full listings under Spencer (Van Buren County).
    • Integrity Nubians, Brenda Bell, 1208 Grizzell Lane McMinnville, TN 37110, phone: 931-657-2229 (days), 931- 686-2045 (evenings), email: bellfas@blomand.net, web: integritynubians.com. Raw goat milk.
    • Melissa, phone: 931-939-5021, email: melissa.jenkins@yahoo.com. Currently milking two cows, pet milk available for $8/gallon, provide your own containers.
  • Morrison: Integrity Farms, Dallas Kauffman, Morrison, TN, phone: 931-409-8421, email: kauffmantribe@gmail.com. Premium raw A2/A2 Guernsey cow milk. Their cows are pastured, with a little non-GMO grain at milking time. Many loyal customers. Herdshares available. Milk is chilled quickly in glass gallon jars. Milk is $8/gallon. They also provide cheese, butter, and yogurt. Delivery to Murfreesboro.

Wayne County:

  • Waynesboro: Bonnie Blue Farm, Gayle Tanner, 931-722-GOAT (4628), email: tanngoat@wildblue.net, web: www.bonniebluefarm.com. Located in southern middle TN, south of Waynesboro, north of Florence, AL off Highway 13. Raw Nubian and Saanen goat milk $5/half gallon, Jersey cow milk $3.50/half gallon. Pasture and browse, alfalfa hay and grain. Farm tours available – call for directions and to schedule pick up time. Free range eggs, rabbit, raw aged cheeses. Certified and accredited brucellosis and tuberculosis free herd. Raw milk for pet food.

White County:

  • Sparta:
    • Fall Creek Farms/Orchard House Creamery serve this area. See their full listings under Spencer (Van Buren County).
    • Jones Farms, Christa Gooch and Kenneth Jones, 600 Hawkins Road Sparta, TN, 38583, phone: 931-854-6185, email: jonesfarmstennessee@gmail.com. Pasture fed Jersey cows. Raised on pasture and a small ration of dairy feed at milking time. Raw cow milk herdshares. See website for herdshare information and documents. Milk pickup available in Cookeville on Monday and Wednesday evenings. Farm visits are available please call to talk with farmer.

Williamson County:

  • Franklin:
    • Shawn Dady is the director of three huge raw milk co-ops totaling around 100 gallons of raw milk per week. Prices are kept very low and they support local farms. If you would like to join or be on the waiting list, contact her via her website: tennesseansforrawmilk.com.
    • Weekly co-op based in Nashville/Franklin. Raw cow milk from Jersey cows that are primarily pasture-fed, with no hormones or antibiotics used. Requires being able to drive to the farms (1.5 hours south of Nashville, 1 hour south of Franklin) every 10 weeks on Thursday morning. Co-op has been established for five years and is looking for new members. Milk is $2.50/gallon, eggs are $2/dozen, produce in the summer/fall seasons. Contact lirichar@vt.edu for more information.

Wilson County:

  • Watertown: Butterfly-Morn Farm, Michell Shrum, phone: 615-772-3065, email: Butterflymorn2001@yahoo.com. Certified healthy herd of registered Saanen, Lamancha and S x LM dairy goats. Tested yearly for contagious diseases. Goats are milked year- round. Shares are now coming available. Occasional goats and poultry for sale, seasonal garden produce, etc.

49 thoughts on “Tennessee

  1. Not sure if this farmer is listed on here for TN, Davidson county.
    I am in BG KY and Im getting my raw milk from Mac Fulcher in Nashville every thursday (3pm to 6pm)
    no cowshares!

  2. Leoma: Valle di Latte Farm states it is unfortunately closed on the website…

    Any others near Pulaski?

  3. Hi. Holdout Farm in Sunbright, TN seems to be no longer around. Both phone numbers on their website are non-working numbers, and the email address is non-existent.

  4. I live in Huntsville, AL and am very interested in herd share real milk from “spoiled” cows. I want to make my own butter for baking and I believe the quality of “natural” treated cows is better for our earth. Is there anyone that delivers to Huntsville or Madison or is fairly close to Ardmore with cow shares available.

    Thanks much

  5. Hi! I am from Cordova TN and i am looking to buy raw cow milk, do you know anyone selling in near by area of Cordova or Memphis, TN?

  6. Please Help ! Desperately looking for Raw Milk near Kodak TN – Cruze Farm is not longer providing Raw Milk, My child needs Raw Milk again because store bought milk creates havoc on her digestive system. The Raw milk solved all our issues but all the area dairy farms have gone out of business.

  7. If anyone in the Crossville area is looking to purchase raw milk but doesn’t want to drive far, let me know. I have a share with Fall Creek Farms and currently drive to Cookeville for Saturday morning pick up. I would be more than willing to pick up your milk and bring it back to Crossville. 🙂

  8. I live in bulls gap and looking to get raw lamancha milk. Anyone please let me know who comes this way with time place and location.

  9. Are you wanting to purchase a cow or just milk? we have been breeding to A2 bulls only and have a few A2/A2 cows.

  10. We buy chickens, rabbits. and eggs from them. Eggs are $2 a dozen or $4.50 for a flat. Flats are 30 eggs. Chickens run about $2 a pound and I don’t remember what the rabbits run.

  11. In Memphis every other Sat at the Tsunami Farmers Market on South Cooper. Goat and Cow milk
    for pet food. We are grade A dairy. Cheese,rabbits,free range eggs. Oldest grade A goat dairy in TN. Phone # 931 722-goat

    • I apologize if I sound ignorant about this subject, but you said “for pet food;” are these products for human consumption, or does that have to be stated in order to be politically correct? I remember reading somewhere on the web that a company has to state that, so I’m curious. Also, I’m right outside of Memphis – about 40 to 45 mins. away, so driving to South Cooper would be awesome. I’m ONLY interested in safe raw cow’s milk, eggs, cheese, butter and the like. Thanks!

    • I keep hearing rumors and “well they were there” all the time about cows’ milk and butter…familiar with the market on Cooper but just don’t go there.
      Exactly when and where are you there so I can be there too….
      Why is it necessary to have my own glass bottles? Do you require?

      Pat Gordon

  12. I am in Hendersonville too and am looking for raw milk. I need something very convenient and close to here and possible delivery. If you find something, would you please let me know.

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