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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 Texas:


  • 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.

Angelina County:

  • LufkinCalico Fresh Market, serves this area. See full listing under Harris County/Houston.

Bell County:

  • Belton:
    • Ash Acres Dairy, James, Jayna, and Hanna Ash (owner/operators), 5898 Dice Grove Road Belton, TX 76513, phone 254-718-1722 or 254-780-6452, email: Jaynaash@yahoo.com, web: ashacresrawmilk.com. This Grade A Texas Raw for Retail Permit dairy farm has been in the Ash family for several generations. Their Jersey cows graze on their native pastures and river bottom lands and are fed a small amount of grain while being milked. Tuberculosis- and brucellosis-free herd. Raw milk by the gallon and half gallon, with raw milk cheese and free-range chicken eggs to come. Store hours and tours are by appointment.
    • Soggy Bottom Goat Farm, Bob Bonney, 7068 S General Bruce Dr. Belton, TX, phone 254-718-4868 (please leave a message if unavailable, they will call you back), email Bobbonney2@gmail.com, Facebook: soggybottomgoatfarms. Small goat farm with Nubian goats, operated as an educational farm with the opportunity for people to become shareholders so they can get access to products that are available to shareholders and owners only. Goats free graze all day every day with molasses licks placed around the farm, supplemented with alfalfa, moringa, and sudangrass when needed. They are also given a small amount of sweet feed during milking to make them content. The farm hosts a farmers market on some Saturdays from 8am–4pm, weather permitting. Call them between 10am-7pm with any questions regarding the farm or market, or message them on Facebook.

Bexar County/San Antonio:

  • San Antonio area:
    • Goatilicious LLC — See full listing under New Braunfels (Comal County)
    • Miller Farms — See full listing under La Coste (Medina County).
    • MooJesus! — See full listing under Seguin (Guadalupe County).

Bowie County:

  • Texarkana areaRose of Sharon Acres, 3907 CR 1202 N Maud, TX 25 min from Texarkana), phone: 903-585-5113, web: roseofsharonacres.com. Small family-run ADGA Nubian herd. See website for availability of kids and goat milk products.

Brazos County:

  • Bryan / College Station:
    • Calico Fresh Market, serves this area. See full listing under Harris County/Houston.
    • Swede Farm Dairy, serves this area; see full listing under Harris County/Houston.

Cherokee County:

  • Rusk: Able Oaks Ranch, phone: 903-530-1009, email: vlyons@hughes.net. Raw goat milk and farmstead cheese available through community goatshare program. Goat milk and colostrum available for pets and soap-making occasionally. Call in advance for pick-up and directions to the farm. They also offer pasteurized milk products so be sure to ask for the raw.

Collin County:

  • Farmersville: N&P Farm & Dairy, LLC, Lyn and Steve Horton, 713 CR 610 Farmersville, TX 75442, phone: 972-658-0291, email: lynhorton@sbcglobal.net. They offer Grade A raw cow and goat milk, as well as other dairy products. Texas Raw for Retail permit number 483211. They are open on Wed. from 10 am-6 pm and Sat from 9 am-2 pm. Please feel free to call for more information.
  • Plano: Lavon Farms, 3721 North Jupiter Road Plano, TX 75074 phone: 972-423-8080, email: Farmstore@luckylayla.com, Facebook: Lavon-Farms-260723350645160/. Owned by Deanna and Todd Moore and Todd’s brother, Jonathan, Lavon Farms has registered Guernseys and Jersey cattle that are milked twice a day and graze pastures freely. The cows are offered free choice hay and supplemented ration with 16 percent protein grain for fetal development and energy under guidance from a cattle nutritionist. They do not use chemicals, antibiotics or growth hormones, and the Guernsey herd has been tested for A2/A2. Their farm store offers Lavon Farms grade A raw Guernsey and Jersey milk. They are vertically integrated and handcraft Lucky Layla Farms dairy products. (www. Luckylayla.com) that can be found in Whole Foods, HEB, Central Market, and various other grocers. All their dairy products (including butter, ghee, cheese, drinkable yogurts, as well as farm fresh eggs) can be found at their farm store 9 am-6 pm, Monday-Saturday.

Comal County:

  • New Braunfels: Goatilicious LLC, 2850 Bunker St. New Braunfels, TX 78132, Robert and Claudia Ragels, phone: 830-335-8764 (call or text), email: drinkgoatsmilk@yahoo.com, web: TexasGoatDairy.com. They have Nubian and Lamancha goats. Grade A raw milk available from the farm by appointment only. All the milk must be pre-ordered, as it is not bottled until it is sold.

Cooke County:

  • Gainesville:
    • Circle N Family Dairy, Tommy & Michelle Neu, 2074 CR 446 Gainesville, TX 76240 (5 mi N of Lindsay, 10 mi W of Gainesville from Hwy 82 and I-35 intersection. Take Hwy. 82 West through Lindsay, and turn on FM 1199 North 5 miles and the dairy is located on County Rd. 446.), phone: 940-372-0343, email: michelle@circlendairy.com, web: circlendairy.com. Family dairy since 1967. Open 7 days a week from 10 am-6 pm. State certified (TX permit # 483209), offering Grade A raw milk and cream. See website for more information.
    • Spring Creek Farms, Danny and Laine Wolf, 5455 S Interstate 35 Gainesville, TX 76240 (4 mi S of Gainesville, 4 mi N of Valley View. Intersection of I-35 and Spring Creek Rd. Exit 491 going north or south.), phone: 940-736-3137, email: springcreekmilk@gmail.com web: springcreekdairy.com Facebook: WolfDairy. Family operated dairy for more than 75 years. Open seven days a week; milk available 24 hours/day. $5/gallon or $20 for 5 gallons. State certified (TX permit # H483218), offering Grade A raw milk from Jersey and Brown Swiss cows. See the website for more information.

Dallas/Ft. Worth:

  • All-Natchur-L, Bill Barton, Cleburne, TX (6 miles west of Grandview off 35W. Or 6 miles east of Cleburne. Take Hwy 4 to Sand Flat to CR 417 to CR 309 up hill and first left is the farm), phone: 817-645-5198, cell: 817-223-2441, email: allnatchurl@gmail.com, web: www.allnatchurldairy.com. This Grade A licensed dairy has produced milk for 30 years. Products include whole raw milk, free range eggs, raw cheese, and raw honey. They milk Guernseys, Jerseys, Brown Swiss and a few Holsteins, which are pasture grazed and receive some feed (no soy) in the barn. No added hormones or antibiotics. Hours are 5 am – 6 pm, Sun-Sat.
  • C&K Farms (near McKinney), Catherine Smith, 7422 County Road 466 Princeton, TX 75407, phone: 972-562-0583, email: cathy@cathys-critters.com. Nubian goats. Goats are wormed regularly but not given antibiotics as a matter of course unless they are sick. Their diet is a mixture of hay, browse, and supplemental grain (dairy ration 16 percent protein). Excess milk is frozen in 1-gallon cubes and available for sale for $10/gallon for animal nursing or thawing and pasteurizing for home use in aged cheese or soap-making.
  • Clementine’s Dairy, serves this area; see full listing under Greenville (Hunt County).
  • CT Ranch, serves this area. See their full listing under Canton (Van Zandt County).
  • Full Quiver Farms, Ltd. Co, Mike and Debbie Sams, 6238 FM 3396 Kemp, TX 75143, phone: 903-498-3884, email: fullquiverfarms@gmail.com, fax: 903-498-7252, web: fullquiverfarmstexas.com. Certified Raw For Retail. Products: raw milk, kefir, yogurt, whey, cheese, lacto-fermented vegetables, grassfed beef, whey-fed pork, cage-free eggs.
  • Tina, managing shareholder, serves this area; see full listing under Flower Mound (Denton County).
  • Green Cow Dairy, 682 County Rd. 370 Dublin, TX 76446-8743, phone: 817-880-3247, email: GreenCowDairy@yahoo.com. Grade A Dairy with Retail Raw Permit. Selling raw milk from grassfed cows for human consumption. Milk sold by the gallon anytime. Raw milk products available. Grassfed calves for sale.
  • Lil Mac D Dairy Nubian Dairy Goats, web: lilmacd.com. Raw milk available; see website for more information.
  • Rosey Ridge Farm, Hooley Family, 175 HCR 4415 Grandview, TX 76050 (35 mi S of Ft. Worth, 60 mi S of downtown Dallas, 2 mi off 35W. From 35W going S take exit 12. Go E on FM 67, 2 mi to County Rd. 4415 on the right, in a curve. First drive on the right.), phone: 817-789-5196, email: roseyridgefarm@gmail.com, web: roseyridgefarm.com. State Certified with a “Grade A” Retail Raw milk permit since 2010. Milking 25-30 Jersey and Jersey cross grassfed cows on native and forage grass diets grown without chemicals. To schedule a pickup, call or email Beth Ann at contact info above.
  • Urban Hobby Farmer, Linda, Coppell, TX, email: urbanhobbyfarmer@gmail.com. Guernsey cow and goats. Grassfed naturally (alfalfa), with supplements and little feed during milking time. Raw cow milk: $12/gallon, raw goat milk: $12/gallon. Also offer drinkable yogurts, pasture-raised eggs ($6/dozen), goat milk olive oil soap with lavender (grown on farm) $5/bar. Occasionally they have goat meat, and pastured chicken for sale. Products require pre-ordering, and scheduled pickup only. They sell under pet milk license. 

Delta County:

  • Cooper: TR Heritage Livestock, Tressa Overfield, 6100 FM 198W Cooper, Texas 75432, email: tressaeverts@gmail.com, phone: 903-246-1159, Facebook: 1TRHeritageRanch. Purebred Nubian dairy goats. Clean herd, tested yearly. Pasture-raised and fed organic grain at milking.

Denton County:

  • Flower Mound: Tina, managing shareholder, email: dfwgoatmilk@gmail.com. Milk from Lamancha goats. Weekly boarding fee is $14, only starts after goat kids, which is sometime in end of February or early March. In return for your goatshare purchase you get 1 gallon of raw goat milk from your goat per share per week. Costs of ownership per goat share is $100/year. Half share is $50/year. The weekly boarding fee will go towards the feed and management cost of the goat. Goats receive high quality goat feed and alfalfa hay, sunflower seeds, minerals, and they free range in the pasture where they have access to many tree leaves, mix grass, flowers, and weeds. You can buy half share or more shares. Most of the goats produce milk from March to December. Any kids that goat produces are NOT part of the share. Farm fresh pasture eggs also sold – $7 dozen.

Ellis County:

  • Waxahachie: Bo-Tex Brown Swiss Dairy,4801 FM 877 (Howard Road), phone: Samantha- 972-743-7490; Cleve- 214-533-4340 or Susan- 972-743-3730. Sells certified raw milk for retail, from registered Brown Swiss Cattle. The dairy is a small 10-cow family operation owned and managed by Samantha Brogdon.  The cattle are fed grain, grass, and quality hay. Cost of milk is $7/gallon. Texas permit #H4815-09.

Erath County:

  • Dublin: Veldhuizen Family Farm, Stuart & Connie Veldhuizen, phone: 254-968-3098, email: info@veldhuizencheese.com, web: veldhuizencheese.com. Grade A Raw for Retail milk available from Jersey/cross cows. The cows are on green grass with a very low grain diet, no soy is fed. Selection of raw milk artisan cheeses available. They also sell pastured eggs, beef, and pork all raised on the farm.

Fayette County:

  • La GrangeThe Jersey Barnyard, 3117 St. Hwy. 159 La Grange, TX 78945, phone: 979-249-3406 (store) or 979-249-6450 (Ralph’s cell), web: TXJersey.com. Grade A Raw for Retail Texas Permit #480704. Century family farm. Grassfed, pastured Jersey herd since 1948. Farm tours offered daily, gift shop with raw milk, farmstead cheeses, and free-range eggs.
  • Schulenburg: Stryk Jersey Farm, 629 Krenek Stryk Rd. @ Interstate 10 Schulenburg, TX 78956 (Halfway between San Antonio and Houston and an hour SE of Austin), phone: 979-561-8468, web: texascheese.com. Transitional organic family farm has had pastured, grassfed Jersey cows since 1950. Grade A Raw Milk for Retail (TX Permit # H480316) to provide fresh milk and other raw milk products.

Galveston County:

  • Santa Fe:
    • Healthy Way Dairy — See full listing under Harris County/Houston
    • Miracle Farm — See full listing under Harris County/Houston

Grayson County:

  • Collinsville: R&C Dairy and Farmstead, Rocky and Carol, 40 Crossroads Rd. Collinsville, TX 76233, phone: 903-429-2319, email: info@randcdairy.com, web: randcdairy.com. State-certified, Grade A raw milk dairy. Goat milk, Jersey milk, kefir, yogurt, buttermilk, goat milk butter, Jersey butter, fresh goat cheese, etc. Also offer goat meat and beef, goat milk soap, eggs and gift baskets. Please see their website for more details.

Guadalupe County:

  • Seguin: MooJesus! Dairy, Pastor Gina, 12060 FM 466 Seguin, TX 78155, phone: 830-491-8557 or 830-491-8556, web: moojesus.com. Licensed by the State of Texas as a raw milk hand milking dairy. MooJesus! Dairy Store sells grassfed Jersey cow milk, cream, yogurt, soft cheese with herbs, butter, ice cream, buttermilk, milkshakes, smoothies, and more. They also sell ranch raised grassfed meats and poultry, certified naturally grown produce, sprouted grain bakery items, naturally fermented sauerkraut, coconut oil products and a sprouted nut butter, and organic maple syrup mixture called Nutzola©. The farm-to–table restaurant offers naturally grown fare. They also have activities such as fishing on the Guadalupe (B.Y.O. pole), touring the gardens and dairy, horseback riding, and horse drawn carts, and live Christian music. You may order a picnic lunch to eat on the grounds. Check their website for hours. Hours change with the seasons and product availability. They are closed on Sunday.

Hamilton County:

  • Hico: Triple M Jersey Farm, (one hour SW of DFW), email: rawJerseymilk@msn.com. Currently operating with a Grade A “Raw” for Retail Milk License, Permit #481915. They sell raw milk from their herd of registered Jersey cattle. No hormones or antibiotics used.

Harris County/Houston area:

  • Houston:
    • Buying Clubs/Email List: Houston Milk & Native Nutrition Club, health.groups.yahoo.com/group/HoustonRaw/. Email list for those wanting raw milk and good food.
    • Calico Fresh Market, 9550 League Line Rd. Conroe, TX 77304 (1.1 mi W of I-45, approx. 45 min from downtown Houston; 15 min from the Woodlands), phone: 936-205-1414, email: rawmilk@calicofreshmarket.com, web: www.calicofreshmarket.com, Facebook: calicofreshmarket. State-licensed Grade A Raw for Retail Dairy, Permit No. 480705. This dairy has more than 75 years of combined experience among employees. The Jersey, Ayrshire, and Holstein cows and the goats graze pasture, get coastal and alfalfa hay, and are  supplemented with antibiotic-free, steroid-free grain. Non-GMO grain is used when available, with considerations to organic best practices. No hormones, antibiotics, or steroids are used.  Products available daily include: raw cow milk, raw goat milk, cream, goat/cow kefir, farm-raised eggs, kombucha, a variety of artisan cheeses, grassfed beef and goat, naturally-raised chicken, plain cow yogurt, drinkable cow and goat yogurt, raw honey produced at the farm, natural unsalted butter, and seasonal products. All stock is naturally-raised; some products are certified organic. See their Facebook page, Yelp, Google, and website promotions page for specials.
    • Healthy Way Dairy, Bill and Irene Nelson, 15525 Cedar St, Santa Fe TX 77517, phone:  409-739-2389, email: cowsplus@verizon.net. Grade A Raw for Retail Texas Department of State Health Services permit # 481402. Raw cow milk from pasture fed Jersey, Guernsey and Brown Swiss cows.
    • Miracle Farm, Santa Fe, TX, phone: 409-770-4934, email: brokenshell2@yahoo.com A small dairy farm that sells dairy products along with fresh eggs, and fruit from their trees when ready. Call/text or email to find out what is available.
    • Stryk Jersey Farm, serves this area; see full listing under Schulenberg (Fayette County).
    • Swede Farm Dairy, Tim or LeeAnne Carlson, Waller, TX, phone: 832-659-7070 or 936-931-1863, Facebook: Swede Farm. Raw goat milk, yogurt, kefir from a family run Grade A Dairy. Note that they also sell pasteurized products on farm and at area farmers markets, so be sure to ask for the raw.
  • KatyCalico Fresh Market, serves this area. See full listing above under Houston.
  • Pasadena: Udderladies Farm, phone: 281-487-1930, email: UdderladiesFarm@SBCGlobal.net. Raw goat milk for cheese and soap making at low prices.
  • SpringCalico Fresh Market, serves this area. See full listing above under Houston.
  • Tomball:

Henderson County:

  • Athens: Hidden Hills Farm & Ranch, Adam Ambrus, 9728 FM 3273  Athens, TX 75751, phone: 609-784-6011, email: aambrus1@yahoo.com, Facebook: HiddenHillsFarmATX. They raise Jersey cross cows that are pasture raised with supplemental hay during winter and grain (soy-free) during milking. They offer a community herdshare for raw whole cow milk by the gallon. Milk is available for pickup at the farm or in Athens, TX. Grassfed Jersey beef, pastured lamb, and pastured eggs are also available, and they sell their farm products at the Athens Farmer’s Market from May to October each year.
  • CT Ranch, serves this area. See their full listing under Canton (Van Zandt County).

Hidalgo County:

  • Mercedes/Rio Grande Valley: Edens Lilly Goat Dairy, 5579 Rancho Toluca Road Mercedes, TX 78579, phone: 956-463-7035, email: Edenslilly1@aol.com, web: www.edenslillydairy.com/. Goats: Nubian, Mini-Nubian, Lamancha, Mini-Lamancha, Nigerian Dwarfs They range on 15 acres of irrigated Tifton/Bermuda grass at all times. Free choice hay as well. They receive black oil sunflower seeds, alfalfa pellets, beet pulp, barley brewers grains, and sprouted wheat at the milk stand every evening. Also receive free choice kelp and minerals. All animals are TB, Brucellosis, CAE, and Johnes-free. Vet-tested yearly. Dairy offers half gallon jugs of raw milk by contract, for farm pick-up. Fresh or frozen. Milk is currently running at an average of 5 percent butterfat, dhia tested monthly. Call, text, or email for an appointment or tour.

Hood County:

  • Tolar: Southern Belle Dairy, 11340 Wind Hollow Ct. Tolar, TX 76476, phone: 254-595-0407, email: info@southernbelledairyfarm.com, web: www.southernbelledairyfarm.com, Facebook: SouthernBelleDairy. Unpasteurized, unhomogenized, farm fresh milk from grassfed cows and goats. Offering raw milk, yogurt, chicken and duck eggs, grassfed beef, and other farm fresh goodies. Store hours are 10 am – 7 pm, except Mondays and Wednesdays, when they are closed. Private tours, butter making classes, goat yoga, and other events.

Houston County:

  • Crockett:
    • Calico Fresh Market, serves this area. See full listing under Harris County/Houston.
    • Guardian Farms, (48 mi NNE of Huntsville on State Hwy 19), phone: 936-544-2004, email: guardianangel@valornet.com. Dairy goats for sale (Saanens) through community goatshare program. Goats are fed grass, alfalfa hay, beet pulp, corn, oats, cottonseed meal, sunflower seed, and unmedicated high-protein pellets. Also offer pastured brown eggs, turkeys, guinea, and pullets.

Hunt County:

  • Greenville: Clementine’s Dairy, (located at Rehoboth Ranch) Mark and Hillary Hutchins, 2238 County Rd. 1081, Greenville, TX 75401 (45 mi NE of Dallas), phone: 903-456-1850, email: clementinesdairy@gmail.com. Formerly Rehoboth Ranch, the Grade A Raw Goat Milk Dairy has passed down a generation and is now operated by Robert’s son, Mark, daughter-in-law, Hillary, and their two children. Pastured Nubians and Lamanchas roam the 300 acre organic ranch. Non-GMO grain ration fed at milking time. Email for free tasting and milk sold by appt. only. Please call or email before you come.
  • Wolfe City: K&B Ranch Eden Dairy Farm, Kenny & Becki Anderson, 358 County Road 4519 phone: 214-274-5369, email: beckianderson@ymail.com. Raw goat milk and goat milk products from Saanen dairy goats fed grain and alfalfa. Tours welcome with appointment. The farm also sells at the Northeast Texas Community College Farmers Market the first Friday of each month.

Jones County:

  • AnsonSilverFire Ranch (just north of Abilene), phone: 325-271-2041, web: www.silverfireranch.com. Sells raw Nubian goat milk. Vaccinated, healthy animals. Collected twice daily when in milk. Fed clover mix hay and a dairy pellet feed with some calf mana. No weeds allowed in diet. Please call for directions. Prices change with season. Frozen and fresh both available. Until laws are changed, at-farm pickup only.

Kauffman County:

  • CT Ranch, serves this area. See their full listing under Canton (Van Zandt County).

Lavaca County:

  • Moulton: Four E Dairy, Inc., 784 County Rd. 251, Moulton (S of I-10 between San Antonio and Houston), phone: 361-772-4148 or 361-798-6131, web: www.fouredairy.com. Fresh raw Jersey milk from family-run Grade A dairy, Permit # H480320. Also eggs.

Leon County:

  • Leona: Keechi Creek Farms and Dairy, Kelli Bledsoe, 6057 CR 106 Leona, TX 75850, phone: 936-241-3163 or 936-349-7169, email: keechicreekdairy@hughes.net. State certified grade A raw for retail goat milk. (Permit #483316) A herd of Alpine and LaMancha goats raised with organic principles in mind. Call or email to schedule a visit. Goats are fed a lactation specialized grain mix along with free grazing pasture, and GMO free certified alfalfa when needed. Custom raised beef and pork available for pre-order twice per year.
  • Marquez: Z Best Milk, 7790 County Road 427 Marquez, TX 77865, phone: 832-605-7272 (Sarah), email: zarsky@sbcglobal.net, Facebook: Z Best Milk. Grade A Raw for Retail Texas permit #480511. The Jersey cattle diet consists of grass, grain and quality hay. They sell raw jersey milk, fresh eggs, and longhorn beef.

Liberty County:

  • Cleveland:
    • Calico Fresh Market, serves this area. See full listing under Harris County/Houston.
    • (Tarkington Prairie) Little Dairy on the Prairie, Allison, phone: 281-622-9973, email: texanmomof10@yahoo.com (put “real milk” in subject line). Raw goat milk for sale, fresh or frozen.
    • Linda’s Raw Milk, Linda and Harvey Winegar, 10150 FM 1725 Cleveland, TX 77328, phone: 281-593-1005, email: hlwinegar@att.net, Facebook: Lindas-Raw-Milk-Club/1644332492471704. Linda’s Raw Milk is a family farm using sustainable farm practices. Cows are all Jersey and are humanely raised, no hormones or antibiotics administered. Cows are tested free from BLV (bovine leukemia virus), TB, and Brucellosis. They are pasture raised and given hay and feed. Linda’s is a Grade A licensed dairy. They sell raw milk, yogurt, cream and kefir. Milk is $10/gallon. They are located 10 miles from 105 and 10 miles from 150. No phone calls before 8 am or after 9 pm. They are open most all of the time, please call before you come.
  • Dayton/Liberty: Little Dairy on the Prairie, serves this area; see full listing under Cleveland (Liberty County).
  • TarkingtonCalico Fresh Market, serves this area. See full listing under Harris County/Houston.

Lubbock County:

  • Lubbock: Field of Dreams Dairy, Scott and Brandi, (E of O’Donnell TX, less than hour S of Lubbock), phone: 806-439-6316, email: fieldofdreamsdairy@yahoo.com, web: fieldofdreamsdairy.com. Grade A Raw for Retail Milk License, 100 percent grassfed purebred registered Jersey herd. See website for more information about their farm and purchasing their products.

McLennan County:

  • Lorena: Crystal Creek Farms, Ben and Debbie Glinsmann, 810 S. Frontage Rd., Lorena, TX 76655, phone: 254-881-2022 or 254-715-3810, email: amberk82@hotmail.com. Cowshare program licensed by the state of Texas to sell whole raw milk at the farm. Small herd of registered Jersey cows on pasture and fed organic grains and grasses mixed on site. Testing is performed monthly through Stephenville. Cream and hand-churned butter also available.
  • Waco:
    • Greenock Farms, Kerri, (NW of Waco between China Spring and Laguna Park), phone: 254-709-2147, email: kerriontheprairie@gmail.com. Small, family-owned farm currently offering raw milk through a milk club.
    • Mill-King Market, The Millers, 1410 Coyote Lane McGregor, TX 76657 (between Crawford and McGregor), phone: 254-340-0003, email: info@mill-king.com, web: www.millkingmarket.com/millkingmarket.com/Mill-King_Raw_Milk.html. Third generation family-run farm offering raw milk from a combination of Holstein, Brown Swiss, and Jersey cows that are grassfed. On-site farm store offers raw milk, low temp pasteurized milk and cream, cheese, local pecans, grassfed beef, pastured chicken, organic eggs, local honey, and other local farm products. To reach the store use the 1410 Coyote Lane address, then turn down Orion Rd. (a dirt road) and go approximately 300 yards. The store will be on the left. It is a white metal building with red trim. Store is open during daylight hours seven days a week.
    • Triple S Dairy LLC, Grady Phelan, 240 Windmill Lane Waco, TX 76705 (take exit 343 off I-35, go W on FM 308 to FM 933. Take a right going N for ~3 mi to farm on left), phone: 254-723-4302. Jersey and Brown Swiss cows raised on pasture and fed non-GMO, non-soy grain while milking. The dairy carries raw dairy products and pasture based meats. Products include: whole milk, low fat milk, cream, yogurt, and low fat yogurt. They also have pasture raised eggs and chicken along with grassfed beef. Hours: Mon–Sat 8 am-8 pm. They take calls any time.

Medina County:

  • La Coste: Miller Farms (15 mi W of San Antonio), phone: 210-508-1733, email: milfam1212@aol.com, web: millerfarmsrawmilk.com. Licensed Grade A Raw Milk for retail dairy. Family farm with Jersey and Jersey cross cows. Raw milk available by the gallon. Call or email for more information or to arrange a pick up.

Milam County:

  • Rockdale: Richardson Farms Dairy & Creamery, Jim, Tim & Kay Richardson, 3126 County Road 412 Rockdale, TX 76567, phone: home – 512-446-2306; cell – 512-635-3691, email: jrdvm72@aol.com, web: richardsonfarms.com, Facebook: Richardson Farms. The Richardson family has been involved in farming for several generations. They are conservation minded in their farming efforts, and use no hormones or antibiotics used. All crops raised to feed livestock are non-GMO and pesticide-free. The dairy herd (20 cows) consists of Jerseys and a few Holsteins that are all A2/A2 protein producers. The dairy holds a Grade A Permit. They have a facility which houses a four-stall milking parlor, a milk plant for low-temperature pasteurization and a Country Store (open most days but call to make sure) featuring their complete line of beef, pork and poultry items. Their milk is featured at the farmers markets in Austin, Georgetown, and Houston. They have a Raw Milk for Retail Permit which allows the customer to pick up raw milk at the dairy. Please call prior to coming to the dairy, as some navigation apps will send you to the wrong place. Applications for Raw Milk Coops and Buying Groups are available upon request. Farm tours are offered by appointment Monday through Thursday.
  • CameronH H Ranch, phone: 254-697-2189. Raw goat milk; free-range turkey, duck and chicken eggs; live or frozen rabbits and chickens.

Montague County:

  • Forestburg: Dry Valley Dairy, Charles Steadham, (1/10 mi off Hwy 1749 on Dry Valley Rd, near Forestburg in Montague County), phone: 940-964-2549, email: dryvalleydairy@gmail.com, Facebook: Dry-Valley-Dairy-217946998229685. State permit for Grade A raw retail milk. Milking pastured, registered Jersey cows. Tours may be scheduled.
  • Saint Jo: Roger and Summer Nunneley, PO Box 250, Saint Jo, TX 76265, phone: 940-987-3033, email: Nunneleys@aol.com. Raw goat milk and free-range eggs.

Montgomery County:

  • Conroe/Willis/The Woodlands: Calico Fresh Market, serves this area. See full listing under Harris County/Houston.
  • Willis: Goodgrass Farm LLC., John and Camille Bock, 9924 Bilnoski Road Willis, TX 77378, phone: 936-523-0602, email: info@goodgrassfarmllc.com, web: goodgrassfarmllc.com, Facebook/Instagram: @GoodgrassFarmLlc. A 12 cow dairy on 100 acres in Northeast Montgomery County between Willis and New Waverly.  A mixed herd, currently four Jerseys, four Ayrshires, one Guernsey, one Brown Swiss, and two open slots. They are primarily forage based, starting the season in November on winter oats and clovers and ending in August on warm season grasses.  Winter feeding is their own legume hay plus two hours of oats and clover each day.  In the parlor the cows get dried alfalfa, a quart of molasses with kelp meal mineral supplement and selenium yeast.  They milk once a day.  They do not feed any grains. They are not organic, they buy commercial phosphorus fertilizer for their phosphate-poor soils and are willing to treat mastitis with antibiotics. They do not use herbicides or pesticides on their pastures. Their primary focus is the production of a small, soft, semi-lactic set, surface white mold ripened cheese, but for on farm sales they also offer raw milk, raw milk kefir, cultured butters, soft fresh cheeses, and yard eggs. Milk is $6/half gallon.

Nacogdoches County:

  • Nacogdoches:
    • Calico Fresh Market, serves this area. See full listing under Harris County/Houston.
    • Texadus Family Farm, Harold and Lynn Jones, phone: 936-615-3050 (leave message with your number), email: Texadus@gmail.com. Small herd of LaMancha and Mini La Mancha dairy goats. Goat milk, eggs, and seasonal produce available. They usually milk year-round. Also serves Carthage, Timpson areas.

Navarro County:

  • Richland: 2 L Goat Dairy, 11966 Hwy 14 Richland, TX, phone: 903-362-1757 (home), 254-747-0181 or 254-747-0133 (cells). Grade A Retail Raw Goat Dairy with milk checked by the state. Their goats are pastured as well as offered lactating goat pellets, chopped corn and sunflower seeds, and free-choice alfalfa hay. Milk available by the quart or half-gallon, fresh or frozen.

Refugio County:

Refugio: call or text for pick up or questions, phone: 361-319-5272.
Raw Jersey A2/A2 milk pasture raised. Limited quantities daily of milk , skim milk, cream, cheese, and occasional ice cream and butter. but it sells out fast. All products are raw not processed. Milk is sent off monthly for cultures to assure the milk is pathogen free. Text for available products and pricing at the time.

Smith County:

  • CT Ranch, serves this area. See their full listing under Canton (Van Zandt County).

Travis County:

  • Austin:
    • Keno Farms: Serves this area. See full listing under Georgetown (Williamson County)
    • Richardson Farms Dairy & Creamery, Serves this area. See full listing under Rockdale (Milam County).
  • Elgin: Youngs Prairie Dairy, Frances Sharp, 356 Youngs Prairie Rd. Elgin TX 78621 (25 mi outside of Austin), phone: 512-304-5201, email: ypdairy@gmail.com, web: sharpgoatranch.com. State-certified Grade A Raw for Retail goat milk dairy. Nubian and Alpine goats are raised on a diet of alfalfa, grass hay, grain, and foraging. No herbicides or fertilizers. Goat milk, goat yogurt when available, and goat cheese. Contact them with questions or to schedule a visit.

Tyler County:

  • Chester: Flying G Farm, Kristin Gutzke, 129 CR 2590 S., Chester, TX 75936, email: kkicons@gmail.com. This farm breeds registered Nigerian Dwarfs for show and home dairy. They buy their goats from tested CAE and Johne’s-free herds, then dam-raise kids. They vaccinate the kids, but use antibiotics infrequently, and use herbal wormer. They send their goats out on browse when possible, and also feed local hay when available. On the milking stand and in feeders, they feed commercial calf creep feed pellets, and bagged alfalfa hay or pellets during lactation and late pregnancy. They use a deep bedding system that is self-composting and aerated with the help of chickens. Herd is kept small to promote tameness in the does and dam-raised kids. They are moving toward animal power for some of the farm work. They will offer a few herdshare memberships a year.
  • Warren: Lake Hyatt Dairy, Norm and Joan Frost, 536 CR 4777 Warren, TX 77664, phone:  409-429-0654, email: Frostyzone@protonmail.com. A small family farm that offers raw milk, sour cream, butter and a variety of cheeses when available. They milk Holsteins, and raise Black Angus beef and Katahdin sheep. They are striving to become totally organic and are almost there.
  • Woodville, Kessel Run Dairy Goats, phone: 832-217-9906, web: kesselrundairygoats.com, Facebook: kesselrundairygoats. They raise and sell Nubian and mini-Nubian goats bred for high production and long lactations. The herd is tested annually for disease. Soap available at times. Call or text between 9 am – 7 pm or email through website to set up an appointment. Fresh eggs $3.50/dozen available seasonally. Operating under a pet license.

Upshur County:

  • Big Sandy: Trimble Dairy Farm, Bobby Trimble, email: bobby@Jerseymilkman.com, phone: 903-576-0393, Facebook: trimblefarms. Dairy farming since 1970. Grade A Raw Jersey cow milk. Fresh pastured eggs, chicken, pork sausage, grassfed beef, raw local honey, goat soap, canned preserves, coconut oil and sugar. Fresh produce when available. They are adding cows monthly along with other products.
  • Gilmer: Bear Dairy, 8528 Giraffe Rd. Gilmer, TX, phone: 903-725-7794. Licensed raw cow milk retailer offering milk and cream.

Van Zandt County:

  • Canton: CT Ranch, Pierre & Nicole Caballero, phone: 541-840-7008, email: ctranch5@gmail.com, web: www.ctranch.com, Facebook: ctranch. CT Ranch is a family-run micro-dairy providing raw cow milk from A2/A2 Guernsey and Brown Swiss cows since 2014. The cows are rotationally grazed on pasture daily, along with free choice hay in the winter months. They are given alfalfa and organic molasses, oats and barley and choice minerals, during milking, once per day. They offer herdshares, starting at one gallon of milk per week (half shares are also available). Milk pickup is available Monday through Friday 11 am – 6 pm from their farm store. All cows are fully tested and milk is tested monthly. They also have free-range chicken and duck eggs, grass fed beef, heritage pastured pork, raw honey and a variety of other dairy products such as raw cream, yogurt, Greek yogurt, raw butter, kefir and cheeses on occasion. These products are available to farm members.

Walker County:

  • Huntsville/New WaverlyCalico Fresh Market, serves this area. See full listing under Harris County/Houston.

Wichita County:

  • Wichita Falls: Restless Prairie Farm, 383 Soaring Eagle Trail Wichita Falls, TX 76310 (by Lake Arrowhead), email: restlessprairiefarm@yahoo.com. Grade A Raw for Retail Dairy. Milking Nigerian Dwarfs and Nubians. Farm Store, workshops in handspinning, soap making, cheese, butter, and yogurt making. They make and sell goat milk soaps and lotions, eggs from their free-range chickens, grassfed meats, raw milk, produce. They accept the SNAP card.

Williamson County:

  • Florence (serving Georgetown/Leander): Keno Farms, Mary & John Fenoglio (owners), 1250 CR 249 Florence, TX 76527, phone: 512-415-6801, email: fenoglio@embarqmail.com. They have raised dairy goats since 1971 and currently manage a herd of approximately 75 Nubians, Alpines, Lamanchas, and Saanens fed a diet of grains, grass and alfalfa hay, and native pasture graze. Raw milk and a variety of cheeses are sold when available via herdshare arrangements. Email them with “Herd Lease” in your subject line for details or call.
  • Georgetown: Dyer Dairy, Aaron and Susan Dyer, 7801 E. Hwy 29 Georgetown, TX 78626, phone: 512-638-0415, email: info@dyermercantile.com, web: dyermercantile.com. This farm offers raw milk cheeses. Note that they do produce non-homogenized whole milk for sale from Holsteins, Brown Swiss, Jersey and Ayrshire cattle fed a non-GMO diet. However, the milk, previously sold raw, is now pasteurized. They also have beef, pastured pork, chicken, and free-range eggs available.

Wise County:

  • Boyd: Dream Girls Dairy, Amanda, Robyn and James Peters, 313 CR 3598 Boyd, TX 76023, phone: 214-783-3203, email: prettyhorses@wisewb.comm. Small dairy and show herd that has goat milk available year-round. They also produce aged cheeses, and goat milk lotion and soap. Does always have access to pastures.
  • Bridgeport: Sandy Creek Farm, 1674 Cuba Rd. Bridgeport, TX 76426, phone: 940-393-1176, email: scfswiss@yahoo.com, web: cowquest.com. In business for over 50 years, they sell milk, cheese, and butter from 100 percent registered Brown Swiss cattle. Cows are pastured all year, given humane care, and receive no drugs, hormones, or steroids. Raw milk $7/gallon; $6/gallon with the purchase of 5 gallons or more. Honey also available in season. Open seven days a week, dawn to dark. Visits welcome.

Wood County:

  • Mineola: The Waldo Way LLC, NaRisa Waldo, 395 County Road 2482 Mineola, TX 75773, phone: 903-245-9673 or 903-258-4829, email: ris@thewaldoway.com or trentonmontgomery@yahoo.com, Facebook: The Waldo Way Dairy Farm. Grade A raw milk dairy farm featuring Guernsey milk, yogurt, local cheeses, butter, pastured meats and more. Store hours: Wednesday-Friday 9 am-5 pm Saturday 9 am-3 pm. Look for farm signs on highway 37. Farm tours are available.
  • Winnsboro: Jersey Girls Milk Company, (near Winnsboro, approx 1 hour N of Tyler and 2 hours E of Dallas), phone: 903-365-2449, web: Jerseygirlsmilk.com. Small family dairy presently milking approximately 150 Jersey cows, 20 of which are qualified for raw (unpasteurized) milk sales. Cows are pastured (not confined) and have never been given rBST or rBGH. They receive nominal amounts of feed concentrate twice daily while being milked. The remainder of their diet consists of grazing and seasonal forages harvested locally and baled and/or ensiled. They welcome visitors and are glad to discuss operations with anyone interested. See website for hours, directions to the farm, current pricing, or if you have questions.
  • Yantis: Southspoon Farms, Blake Fisher, 156 CR 1441 Yantis, TX 75497 phone: 903-348-2345, email blake@southspoonfarms.com, web: www.southspoonfarms.com, Facebook southspoonfarms1. They are milking cows and goats. The cows are pasture-based with supplemental grain at milking time. The goats are allowed for browsing along with alfalfa hay and supplemental grain at milking time. They offer raw goat milk at $7/half gallon, and raw cow milk at $6/gallon. Other products are free range eggs, farm raised pork and pastured based beef. They are 80 miles east of Dallas just 10 miles south of Sulphur Springs. The hours are Thursday 12-6 pm, Friday 8 am-6 pm, and Saturday 8 am-3 pm. Farm tours available on request.

185 thoughts on “Texas

  1. Looking for raw cows milk in the big country area’s of texas abilene, anson ,Hawley, Coleman ? If anyone has any information.

  2. Just wanted to share that Clifford is no longer in the raw milk business. 🙁 His raw milk was the BEST I have ever had, and I bought so much milk from them over the years, he was the best farmer ever.

  3. I am looking for Raw Milk and Raw butter – I live in Bay City, Texas..Or if I can get a contact that SHIPS it to Bay City that would be even better. Can’t seem to find anyone that sells it.

    Thank you!!

    • Stryk in Schulenberg is probably your best bet. I usually make a trip up there from Brazoria County about once a month.

  4. I’m in Houston will to drive anywhere, I must’ve called about 20 places already and can’t seem to find a place that has certified raw goats milk, please help. My baby is allergic to her formula she’s 5 months old and this is my alternative.

  5. To make cheese, I need to buy raw milk tipe III, near Austin TX. Please indicate the price of gallon and the purchase quantity. Thank you.

  6. Tule Creek Dairy in Tulia Texas has moved to Kansas. There is still a dairy at the Tulia location but it’s not the Bartram’s.

  7. Does anyone know where I could fine Raw organic non-GMO goats milk? I am in West Texas but I will go where ever it takes Thanks

  8. Hello,
    I’m in the Corpus Christi area and am trying to find any available options for raw milk near here. It seems this area is completely cut off from any non pasteurized dairy sales.

  9. Anyone near Beaumont, TX or Lake Charles, LA supply milk/cream/whey? Willing to drive a reasonable distance to pick up these quality products from a reputable Weston A Price supplier. Any help is appreciated! Thanks 🙂

  10. Jacksonville: Buttercup Farms, Monroe and Ann McAnally, 975 County Road 4106
    phone: 903-586-9249 or 903-284-4444. Facebook: McAnallyDairy. Raw whole milk, Permit #483117. The farm uses no rBST or rBCH. $5/gallon.

    The Mcanallys are both deceased…I was by there 1 week ago and the operation is closed down.

  11. I buy powdered colostrum online in a 2# container from Immune Tree. They are certified and the only supplier that states the newborn calf has first dibs on the beneficial milk.

  12. Milkrunonline.com delivers Mill-King milk and other products in the Houston area. They also deliver fresh bread, same day juice, honey and more.

    • Try calling Jersey Girls in Winnsboro. You have to pay for it at the farm (online), but if she’s driving to DFW that week for whatever reason you could probably hook up with her and get it. I’ve had to do that before. NOTE: it’s kind of a big deal that you CANNOT pay for it at the time if you need to meet up. You must pay online or send a check to the farm in advance.

  13. this post was made a while ago, but I can start milking my sheep. Am currently milking two cows, so we are a very small operation. I have about 10 ewes that are still feeding young ones, but they are beyond ready to wean. We make cheeses, sour cream, butter. I have wanted to try making some Feta cheese with the sheep milk.

  14. Long been a desire of mine to move not only to mapped listings but also ability for farmers to submit and manage listings, and ability for readers to rate and review listings. And also, a way to transition the existing 2000+ listings to this new system. I have an SOW that I shop around from time to time to programmers. Seems to be a lengthy and expensive process to get what I want. WAPF may eventually fund this work but it has not been the priority.

    • I wonder if you can make a community map where a group of volunteers would add listings from this site to it.

      One idea is to take photos of said dairy’s storefront and post it to Google maps.

      Another is to create an account (on Google) for RealMilk and share the map administrative rights with other volunteers who would find the location and pin it.

      Then you can embed the area of the map associated with each state on the same page.

    • A map would be great! I’m new to Texas & don’t recognize most of the cities or any of the counties! Will have to google each listing to see if any are near me in Midland.

  15. Last time I checked, low-temp pasteurized milk is STILL pasteurized milk–not RAW milk–and I will continue to NOT drink milk until I can get REAL, honest-to-goodness, RAW milk. Got that, Corporate Dairy Farming Lobby? I will NOT buy or drink pasteurized milk, PERIOD.

    • Thanks for visiting the page. There are so many listings nationwide that it is difficult for us to monitor all the listings (we are not full-time staff), and we generally rely on the providers to let us know to remove outdated listings. If you can specify some for us we can try to reach out to them.

  16. Sand Creek Farm stopped selling Raw milk as of this year 🙁 I’m moving to College station and have been unable to find anyone who sells raw cows milk. If anyone has any leads, please share!

  17. Go to Texas Highway Department which are all over Date of Texas and you can look them up. Belton is not so far from Copperas Cove. Highway Department has free Texas maps. Always have one in my car.

  18. Velhhuizen Dairy near Dublin is a must visit! I will NEVER buy milk from a store again; and the raw milk cheese (several to choose from) is a treat like none other. I make a weekly trip to the farm for my dairy necessities.

    • The one in Gilmer is closed. Closet is Big Sandy 40 min. away- but I guess better than nothing. If anyone hears of something opening closer to Longview in the future please post. Until then Big Sandy it is. The farm does look beautiful from the website.

  19. Butter-Cup Farms in Jacksonville is waiting for their renewed permit (they are expecting it Monday). That’s the closest I’m aware of. The one listed for Bullard has shut down their dairy.

  20. Renee,
    Miller Dairy Farm, located 30 min. drive west of San Antonio, delivers milk to Corpus Christi every other Friday in the parking lot at Bay Shore Church on Rodd Field Road. They will be there this Friday-May 6, 2016 at 11;00 am. They usually have extra, but if not you can get on the list for as many gallons as you want for the next time, A gallon costs $8.00.

    • Thank you for this post. I am moving to Brownsville (from MA)and I think this is the closest yet. If anyone knows of raw cows milk near Brownsville, Please advise, Thanks and many blessings

    • Thank you. I’m in Corpus as well. This is a late reply, but I’ll research these options and hope they are still available.

  21. Richard, thank you so much for your valuable time in doing this map. It is sooooo useful! Thanks for sharing your awesome work! Blessings to you!

  22. Looks like some have abandoned their websites for Facebook, but didn’t tell me! 🙂 I’ve removed all dead URLs I found in TX and OK, but left the listings otherwise with other contact info. It may be that some of those dairies are out of business now but haven’t asked to be removed. If you find out any are out of business, please let me know.

  23. I’ve removed the website link but for now left the other contact info. They have an active Facebook page; I’ve added that to the listing. They probably decided to stop paying for a website and just use FB…looks like a number in TX have done that, but not let me know!

  24. We list almost any source of raw milk that contacts us to be listed. It is up to the consumer to investigate the farm; we don’t have resources to do this. We do occasionally remove listings based on reader complaints, that we do try to verify both by getting the source’s side of the story and by having a WAPF chapter leader visit the farm if possible.

    Cows should be mostly on pasture or eating hay in the winter. Supplementation with grain can be done healthfully. Non-GMO grain, perhaps mixed with field peas, generally only at milking time (it’s often part of an incentive to lure the cows to the milking barn and keep them happy while there). Soaked grain is best. I’ve seen varying figures in a tight range about the percentage of their weight in grain that is ok.

    Milk can be produced 100% grassfed but it is harder to do…the cows use quite a bit of energy for milk production and if they aren’t supplemented with grain they get very thin and don’t give as much milk. But for those who are especially sensitive to grain, 100% grassfed is the only milk they can drink. Grain supplemented raw milk is safe and suitable for a lot of people.

  25. I’ve never tasted any goat milk that didn’t have a very strong ‘twang’. I so wish I could try some that didn’t to see if I can handle it better. I’ve heard it’s easier on our digestive systems than cows’. I’ve also heard pygmy got milk tastes good and has a higher fat content which I would like. How should the goat milk be cooled to prevent the bad taste? I absolutely love the taste the 100% grass fed real cow milk that I’ve drank.

  26. I am very interested in A2 type milk, having read the book – “Devil in the Milk” and ” The Untold Story of Milk”. I hear very little talk of this here in the U.S. Where do you live and do your cows produce milk to sell or just for your private use? I live in the Dallas/Fort Worth area

  27. The link for Theesfeld’s that you quoted above works for me. Make sure you copy/paste it without extra spaces. There is another dairy, Gramen Farm, in Tomball. Their Web site is gramenfarm.com .

  28. Well, deems the ride shook up the milk enough. 2nd gallon had cream on top after settling while going through the 1st gallon.

  29. I agree…I’m also in Lewisville. Everything is about an hour away, I’ve found. Argyle, Decatur, Fort Worth, Forestburg, Gainesville are the ones ‘closest’. Why is this so difficult just to buy some real milk!!?

  30. Unfortunately, mobile deliveries are currently not legal in Texas (hopefully that will change soon). Buyers’ co-ops are legal, though, and are a good option for those who live a distance away from the farm. Not all farms have co-ops available, though (by current law, all payments must be made directly to the farm, not to the co-op driver or coordinator).

    • Thank you Sarah! I’ll have to check each of the farms in the greater DFW area to see about options. I appreciate your response.

  31. Gramen Farms in Tomball (see listing above) is where we get our milk. They have co-ops all over the Houston area, as well. We’ve tried Calico Farms in Conroe, as well, but don’t care for it as much. Some of Calico Farms’ products are shipped down from their other farm in Michigan or Wisconsin.

    • Sarah,

      Could you tell me how Gramen Farms runs their co-ops? I make cheese and teach cheese making classes and usually use 1 to 10 gallons of milk a week, but it varies a lot depending on my schedule. Is there a standing order that you have each week or are they flexible? I live in Conroe and had been making cheese for Calico up until recently when I just could no longer support their farm in good conscience and I find myself needing to find a source very soon.

      Thanks for any help you can give.

      • Not sure all of the co-ops work exactly the same, but I do know that co-op members order and pay directly through Gramen (so there’s no appearance of reselling, which is against state law). You order what you want, and it can change each week (or you can skip a week). Then, typically, co-op members will take turns picking up orders each week (or two).

  32. Gramen Farms in Tomball (see listing above) is where we get our milk. They have co-ops all over the Houston area, as well.

  33. Yes please do share as i have just become interested in raw milk and ive been a little leary. Please do inform us. Im in the houston area.

    • I think this was a hit-and-run poster. No idea what they mean by “farm verification” or “basic standards of WAP (Weston A. Price, presumably).” If you visit the farms yourself, you can do a much better job than some self-styled “farm verification” person. And as for “resellers with no chain of responsibility”, reselling isn’t legal in Texas, so I’m pretty sure there aren’t any farms doing that.

      I can tell you for certain that Gramen Farms in Tomball is NOT a CAFO. They have co-ops all over the Houston area if you don’t want to drive to the farm all the time. No vested interest here, just a satisfied customer for over three years.

  34. Anyone searching in DFW for raw milk, grass-fed meat, local organic produce, etc. — Feel free to text me or call and leave a message at 512.537.4250. The ROCK Collective (google “Rockin’ Our Community”) has drop points every 2 weeks all over DFW, and this organization is amazing!! Ordering is done straight though their website, and there is a store front in Hurst.

  35. Hello Melanie (and anyone else reading this response),

    I work in partnership with a grocery delivery service that caters to Dallas and surrounding suburbs. For obvious reason I wont post their link here. Anyways, if you can find about 5 to 10 other raw milk households in the Frisco area then I can arrange to have them deliver raw milk to your doorstep (or to a centrally located local pick-up spot of your choosing) on a weekly basis in addition to grass fed beef, fresh produce and other grocery items. Just respond to this message and I’ll email you the details. Thanks.

  36. Hello Rachael (and anyone else reading this response),

    I work in partnership with a grocery delivery service that caters to Dallas and surrounding suburbs. For obvious reason I wont post their link here. Anyways, if you can find about 5 to 10 other raw milk households in the Frisco area then I can arrange to have them deliver raw milk to your doorstep (or to a centrally located local pick-up spot of your choosing) on a weekly basis in addition to grass fed beef, fresh produce and other grocery items. Just respond to this message and I’ll email you the details. Thanks.

  37. We have plenty of articles on this site that lay out the scientific basis for the superior nutrition of raw milk as well as the relative safety of properly produced and handled raw milk from grass-fed animals (which is very safe compared to many other commonly eaten foods). No food is without risk, including pasteurized milk.

    See our Key Documents (http://www.realmilk.com/key-documents/), particularly our basic PowerPoint, for citations.

  38. I am interested in purebred, Bos Indicus, type of cow. There is a possibly of you having this ancient breed. Thank you, Harideva

  39. Nadeem – I’m also in 77062 and looking for raw milk/cheese. Contact me at S2@w3x4.com if you want to chat / compare notes; it may require some travel to get the raw milk and I would be interested in splitting the travel with others (e.g. you pickup one weekend, I pickup another weekend…)

  40. I wonder if you found anything. I’m in Corpus Christi also looking for raw milk. If we could go in on a larger order we may be able to get it delivered here or near here. I hope to get a reply from you…

  41. I wonder if you found anything. I’m in Corpus Christi also looking for raw milk. If we could go in on a larger order we may be able to get it delivered here or near here. I hope to get a reply from you…

  42. I wonder if you found anything. I’m in Corpus Christi also looking for raw milk. If we could go in on a larger order we may be able to get it delivered here or near here. LMK if you found something…

  43. Renee, I’m in Corpus also. Did you find anyone? Maybe we can order together for a bigger order and get a close delivery? I’ve been trying to contact Stryk Jersey Farms in Schulenburg. Had some of their milk (raw) this weekend and it was, in a word, fabulous! To no avail…no one answers at all. LMK what you think or if you found someone!

    • am south of Beeville and I understand some Amish in Beeville sell raw milk in town and have a little store that sells raw cheese, etc.

    • I’m in Corpus Christi too. Talk to the Amish community. as of the date of this comment they go to the farmers markets on Everhart on Saturday morning. They can help you learn how to get raw cows milk for $5.50 a gallon.

      • If you think those farmers would be interested in having their information on here, please let them know about the site. We have several Amish farmers listed who rely on others to get their information posted and keep it updated.

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