Utah

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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 Utah:

Goshen:

  • Cari Anderson, email: cari.trianglea@gmail.com. Raw goat milk $10/gallon. Goats are on grass and alfalfa.
  • Northern Dawn Dairy, Peggy, email: trunkbranches at yahoo dot com, Facebook: facebook.com/groups/1546158989026851/. The goats are Nigerian Dwarf, Mini Nubian and Nubian. The milk may be used for drinking, soap and lotion, as well as cheeses and yogurt, etc. Northern Dawn Dairy is a micro goatshare dairy where raw milk is shared for human consumption and non-human consumption. Price charged is equivalent to $7/gallon for regular customers and equivalent to $8/gallon for non-regular customer. One free small sample per person. Animals are grass and alfalfa fed, with a minimum of grain. Does’ udders are shaved, hands and udders cleaned with single use wipes. Milk is quick chilled. Test for somatic cell count monthly and soon to test for bacteria. Tours available. Milk may be able to be delivered to specific points, time permitting. Prefer farm pickup. Northern Dawn Dairy is a member of Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund, to better serve our clients.

Heber City: Redmond Heritage Farm Store, 475 West 910 South, Heber, UT 84032, phone: 435-657-3603, web: www.redmondfarms.com/contact/. Raw milk from Redmond Heritage Farms. See their full listing under Redmond.

Hildale: Finney Farm Dairy & Country Store, 1320 N Canyon St. Hildale, UT 84784, Winford “Finney” Barlow, phone: 435-383-8633, web: www.finneyfarm.com, email: finney@finneyfarm.com. Raw milk and cheese from Brown Swiss cows.

Kanarraville: Finney Farm Dairy & Country Store, 2958 S. Old Hwy 91 Kanarraville, UT 84742. Raw milk and cheese from Brown Swiss cows. See full listing under Hildale.

Midway: Heber Valley Milk/Kohler Creamery, Grant & Caralee Kohler, 920 North River Road Midway, UT 84049, phone: 435-654-0291, web: hebervalleymilk.com, Facebook: kohlercreamery. Raw milk from grassfed cows. Purchase it in their on-farm store, also known as Kohler Creamery. They also have a raw cheese and other types of cheeses made from their milk, grassfed beef, local honey, and crafts.

Ogden: Sweet Deseret Farm LLC, Daniel and Elizabeth Babcock Family, 4100 N 2200 W, Ogden, UT, phone: 801-392-4771, email: milk@sweetdeseret.com, web: sweetdeseret.com. Naturally raised Lamancha dairy goats on 30 acres of browse. Raw goat milk $12/gallon. Utah State Department of Agriculture and Food inspected and Certified.

Orem: Redmond Heritage Farm Stores, 420 West 800 North, Orem UT 84057, phone: 801-224-0585, web: www.redmondfarms.com/contact/. Raw milk from Redmond Heritage Farms. See their full listing under Redmond.

Preston, ID: Cache Meadow Creamery, Mark and Andrea Kezerian, 678 East 4800 South Preston, ID 83263, They are located right on the Idaho/Utah border in Preston, ID, phone: 208-477-1998, email: cachemeadowcreamery@gmail.com, Facebook: CacheMeadowCreamery. They milk Jerseys and one Jersey/Holstein cross cow. The cows’ primary diet is pasture and long stem hay. Products available include: milk: ($5/gallon or $3/half gallon), cream ($5/quart), yogurt ($2/quart), cultured butter ($4/pound), and cultured buttermilk ($3/quart). Please contact by calling, texting, through email, or Facebook with questions, to make orders, and set up pickup times.

Provo: Katydid Farm, Katy and Dave Beukers, 1138 N. Geneva Rd. Provo, UT 84601, phone: 801-372-8328 (Katy) or 801-822-2868 (Dave), email: katybeukers@yahoo.com. Owners of Nubian Dairy Goats for over 35 years. The goats have access to grass pasture and are supplemented with alfalfa/grass hay. They are fed grain when they are milked. Goats are milked by a milking machine or hand milked. Filtered with the same milk filters used in the commercial dairies and milk is quick-cooled in the freezer. Stalls are cleaned every week or as needed. $10/gallon. Tours are available. Please call ahead and make sure someone will be home. Milk will be placed in refrigerator on the front porch for pick up.

Redmond: Redmond Heritage Farms LLC, Brandon or Jed, email: mail@redmondfarms.com, phone: 1-866-391-MILK, web: www.redmondfarms.com. Utah State inspected and Certified (Utah Department of Agriculture and Food license #49-1351) raw milk from grassfed cows. Also available: raw milk cheeses from grassfed cows, eggs from grassfed chickens, grassfed beef, and pork fattened on whey. Their raw milk, cheese, eggs, and meat are available at their stores in Heber City, Orem, St. George, and Sugarhouse/Salt Lake City. Farm tours available.

Salt Lake City: Redmond Heritage Farm Stores, 2209 South Highland Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84106, Phone: 385-351-2664, web: www.redmondfarms.com/contact/. Raw milk from Redmond Heritage Farms. See their full listing under Redmond.

St. George: Redmond Heritage Farm Stores, 695 South 100 West, St. George UT 84770, phone: 866-244-REAL or 435-652-4372, web: www.redmondfarms.com/contact/. Raw milk from Redmond Heritage Farms. See their full listing under Redmond.

VernalBoot Hill Farm, Rick and Bryan Bell, 3075 W 1000 S, phone: 435-828-1914, email: r.bell151@hotmail.com, Facebook: Boot Hill Farm. Also listed on Local Harvest and Agri-licious. They have Dutch Belt, Normandy, Aryshire, and Brown Swiss cows fed a strictly grass-based diet and hay in the winter months. They pay strict attention to minerals and the well-being of the cows. They use no commercial fertilizer nor herbicides. State permit allows them to sell milk and cream from the farm.

West Jordan

  • Drake Family Farm, Jeanette and Ron Drake, West Jordan, UT, phone: 801-255-6455, web: drakefamilyfarms.com. Raw goat milk (available only at the farm store), pasteurized goat milk, goat milk yogurt, and goat milk cheese (available at the farm store and other retail locations).
  • Laura Skidmore, 2880 W. 7420 S. West Jordan, UT 84084, phone: 801-618-7048 (call/text). They have Lamancha goats. They feed alfalfa hay, purina goat grain, sunflower seeds, and some grass hay. They clean the pen and barn daily and feed hay in a manger. They milk in a separate milking barn, hand milk, use stainless steel milking pail, shave goats for cleanliness, use fight-bac after milking, filter the milk in the kitchen with disposable filters, use glass mason jars as containers, and refrigerate within 10 minutes after milking. First sample quart is free. Raw milk is $3/quart or $12/gallon. Bring your own quart jars and lids. Pickup at farm 7 am-9 pm Monday – Saturday by appointment but they are home most of the time. Tours available. Milk the goat or learn how to make your own cheese.
  • Utah Natural Meat & Milk, Shayn & Kristen Bowler, 7400 South 5600 West, West Jordan, UT, 84081, phone: 801-896-FARM, email: sales@utahnaturalmeat.com, web: www.utahnaturalmilk.com, Facebook: utahnaturalmeat. Raw milk from grassfed Jersey cows – milked, bottled, and sold on site. Available in gallons, half gallons, and pints. Also selling: raw milk cheeses, grassfed beef, lamb and goat, pastured pork, poultry, and eggs. Visit their farm store on the following days: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2-6 pm, Saturdays 9 am-3 pm. Farm tours available.

54 thoughts on “Utah

  1. Hi Farmers,
    Why is Raw milk and other produce so expensive ?? We currently live in MN where we paid $4 per gallon for jersey . This encouraged a lot of my friends to buy the jersey milk . More people came forward to buy the produce from farms . But we r moving south , here it’s so expensive !! This greatly discourages people from buying fresh natural produce . Pls reduce the price to encourage more people . Imagine people with very low income , who wants to buy fresh produce !! If price reduce , the no of people buying the produce will increase , which is an increase in the income !!!

  2. Does anyone here know of a farmer in northern Utah or near by that sells A2 milk? It doesn’t necessarily have to be raw, low heat is ok. I’m more interested in trying A2 milk to see if it’s the protein that’s the problem. You can buy A2 milk at Sprouts in the Salt Lake City area. I’m looking for another option, and would like to try A2 milk in it’s raw form also.

  3. Did I read on here that Redmond helped write the raw milk law here in Utah? I went to get some raw milk here today at one of their stores and found that they raised the price a full 50% from last year at this time, which means I can no longer afford it. I had a problem with their helping write the milk law in the first place, since it makes it so hard for smaller producers to be in the market. It now seems as though they have eliminated the competition and have raised their prices accordingly. It’s now $13.45 a gallon when it was $9 a gallon last spring.

    • it’s called process of elimination. they have several stores around the state, and with that kind of money coming in, they can jack their prices. And with them being involved in writing the raw milk law, do only do whats in their best interest and no one else. Making it nearly impossible for small farmers like myself to even get a leg up. We were just shut down by Utah State for selling raw milk and other dairy products from our farm without a proper license. So now I’m on a mission to find my loop hole.

      • Oh Jessica,
        That is so wrong. What Redmond did is so bald, I really don’t think they’re even trying to hide it. The Redmond store employee told me when I was so shocked by the price that I put three gallons back,”Our company is no longer subsidizing the milk, so prices went up”. Ah, yes. I see. Subsidize until you have no comepition, play the long game. $9 a gallon (which is commiserate to what I’ve paid in many other states, so it’s no bargain) to $13.45 a gallon in one year is no accident. Utah is a beautiful state with lush, thick grass. There should be no shortage of raw milk availability.

  4. Also , there’s Mesa Farm in Caineville / Capitol Reef National Park , Utah which makes the best old-style goat cheeses ever ! They’re sold at a deli somewhere in Salt Lake as well as at the Torrey , Ut. Farmer’s Market and at the farm store on their all-organic farm .

  5. Can someone explain to me why we are not able to purchase raw milk in Cache Valley? It looks like there is a market for it. I don’t want to be “gouged” but I will pay a fair price.

    • Jan,
      When I asked around, my takeaway is that it is based on a few reasons…first, the dairies here sell to the local larger commercial dairies. second, there is not a large enough demand for it, and lastly, small dairies are not willing to take the risk in a highly litigious society.

    • There is raw milk to be found south east of Brigham city. If I were you I would look up arm alliance for Utah. I fear losing current place that I go to for raw milk. Ogden had raw milk, but some people ruined it for everybody else. Some people stole from that farm and well I feel people do not take good care of milk after buying milk. There is a farmer that explains his view on raw milk on YouTube that should be past around. The big problem is the monopoly that pasteurized dairy’s have and fear that is placed in the hearts of people. I take care of the raw milk I buy the best way I know how. Then I bless milk through prayer. I also am concerned about raw milk prices going up. Soon it feels that only wealthier people will be able to afford raw milk. My stomach does really well with raw milk and I have read so much info for raw milk that it should be considered to be the only real super food. That label to would bring prices up. Greed seems to ruin everything. When I get my own land I will get my own milking cows. Making real milk illegal is idiocy at it’s best. Subsidies provided by gov. Has been such a hurdle for fair business.

  6. I have been in Cache Valley for a year and no, no raw milk sellers around. I have been getting my low-pasteurized, non-homogenized (best I can find here) from [redacted], in Hyrum. Look them up and if you ever find any raw, post on here, please!
    Good luck!

  7. I read that there is raw goat’s milk just north of Cache Valley. Does anyone know exactly where? Also, is there raw cow’s milk (from grass-fed cows) available in Cache Valley or close to it? I live in Logan. Thank you!

  8. Hello!

    I have found it very difficult to obtain insurance for raw milk farming. Does anyone know of a listing of raw milk insurers, or have a referral to obtain insurance??

    Thanks

  9. You are in great shape then! Our raw milk release form is specific to our company with references to state law, so you should definitely check with the state. Also, each milk run must be tested by an independent lab before being allowed to be released for sale. For instance with our company, the milk comes to our stores from our farm on Monday and is sent out for testing by an independent state lab. The test results come in to us on late Wednesday/early Thursday and that milk is released for sale. The milk that then comes from the farm on Thursday is sent for testing and then released for sale on Monday when the clean results are back. Although we milk daily, we only stock our store shelves twice a week. Each of our 4 stores has to send a separate sample to be tested because although it comes from the same farm/cows, we have to maintain the integrity in transport, so it is tested after it reaches it’s end location.

      • i am looking for farm where i can purchase raw milk close to spsnish fork in utah county. i am diaabetic and have a plan to heal diabetics and need raw milk if you know of any place please advise. thank you marv broderick.

    • I would love to chat and can understand that for specific reasons you might want some anonymity. I plan to move from Oregon to Salt Lake area, Utah and am trying to iron out where we’ll get our milk. I hope you are still in business.

  10. I was told that if you have the consumer sign a form saying they know the risks of raw milk that you can sell in Utah. Where would that form be located?

    • The form is in the stores that carry the raw milk. Wherever you would purchase is required to have a form on file before they can sell to you as part of the law and legislation in Utah. Where do you live? Do you know the closest location to you to buy?

    • I have signed the form at the location of where you purchase the raw milk from. But, if you take care to keep the milk cold till you get it home , it should be fine. Just like any thing you buy that needs to be refrigerated, you have to use some common sense. Place it in an ice chest which really helps if you have a ways to go.

    • The closest place to you in Las Vegas, is St. George. There is a store in St. George called Real Foods Market. It carries raw milk. It also carries pastured eggs, raw cheese, supplements, organic produce etc.

    • Dottie- There is a *secret* group that brings it in to Vegas from Colorado City and from California every week. Google hard enough and you will find it.

  11. WOW.! Just one quick perusal on Google and I found your WEBSITE. My wife was raised on raw milk from Argyle Farms in the Woods Cross, UT area [they were shut down some years ago]. She loved it
    & raised her on flock of 6 kids on it as well.
    We are both in our mid seventies & having health issues. I have
    been told or seen it printed that milk is detrimental to good health
    now days. If so, it probably is because of the damned chemicals that
    most dairy operators use to raise the cow feed.
    Despite its high cost, we may begin to buy & drink raw milk.
    Thanks for your great site.!! That one comment about an
    interactive map to help locate raw milk & other health food products
    seems like a very good idea. Else, may be a brief tutorial on how to use Google maps, etc.
    use

  12. I live in Italy and use milkmaps.com to locate raw milk in Italy. I’ve never tried to use it for places in the US (but will go and look now because now I’m curious) but perhaps that is an option for you?

    Thank you for this resource though! I was worried about find raw milk sources in UT when I return to the US in a few months. I’m so relieved to discover that it won’t be a problem!

    • OK, looks like milkmaps.com is only for Italy. Bummer! But I understand that some farmers don’t want to be so easily pinpointed, especially in states where raw milk is prohibited. Ugh. The laws in the US regarding food/food safety are the main reason I’m not looking forward to returning to the US.

  13. I’m intersted in buying healthy organic foods for the family. I live in Kaysville, UT. where is the least expensive closest and best place for me to buy milk?

    • You can purchase raw milk at Realfoods Market in Sugarhouse on Highland Drive. I believe that is the closest location to Kaysville

    • Contact Kathy at 801 292-7574. We have a car pool that picks up raw milk at Real Foods in Sugarhouse every thursday.
      gail

      • Gail,

        I was hoping to get a little more info on the carpool that picks up milk. How does it work? I’ve been searching for a place to buy raw milk. I’m in Kaysville. I would appreciate any information at all. I’m so new to this 🙂

        • Look up Johnny’ s dairy in Ogden. Lots of controversy over campybacter(sp) contamination,but it’s a risk of raw milk. They should be up& running soon. Much closer to Kaysville & better traffic.

        • I have been trying to find someone to set up even more than the Google maps; I’d like the ability for farmers to fill out a form to request to be listed, that goes into an approval queue for me to review and approve. They’d have the ability to edit (also moderated) and remove (no moderation needed) their own farm’s information. They would be required to provide address data for a mapping system.

          I am not certain all farms would do it. Some are loathe to give their exact addresses on this site. They prefer potential customers to contact them so they can feel them out. Many farmers have been raided by government agents who get information from this site so I understand their reticence. Handling those is tough…do we pin a town name but indicate somehow that it isn’t the exact address and they need to contact the farmer?

          Etc…it is more than mapping the listings.

          • Hi, I am a raw milk-drinking web developer. The Google Maps API is super flexible and will allow you to include whatever information you’d like with each location point and will allow you to restrict the zoom to whatever boundaries you choose. Obviously some farmers wouldn’t want to show their exact address, and certainly not street view. You would still need to put in an address (latitude and longitude, actually), but if you restrict zoom to more of a zoomed-out view of the city that isn’t detailed enough to show the address and you only include the contact info the farmer wants to provide, I think you could make it work. I think what you have now is great though 🙂

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