Sources of real milk and real milk products in Wyoming:
Cross E Dairy delivers here to Downtown Gillette Farmers Market. See full listing under Leiter (Sheridan County).
Happy Kids Goat Dairy, Aaron & Teresa, phone: 307-670-5388, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Facebook/Instagram: @happykidsgoatdairy. Raw goat milk from Nigerian Dwarf , Alpine, Saanen, Nubian, and Pygmy goats. Goats are pasture-raised (grass/alfalfa mix hay in the winter) and milk does supplemented with alfalfa pellets and BOSS and various herbs. They offer: raw milk available in quarts and half gallon, kefir, natural goat milk soap, artisanal raw cheeses including a chèvre that is available in various flavors. Goat kids are available also. Products available at the Downtown Gillette Farmers Market, located at 118 S. Gillette Ave. Monday-Saturday: 11-6pm.
Local delivery also available upon request. Visitors welcome on weekends. Contact them for any questions or requests.
Douglas: Baker’s Dozen, Jennifer Baker, phone: 307-359-2903; email: email@example.com. Saanen and Nubian goat kids, and chicken or duck eggs available, Hatchlings of chickens, ducks, goslings, and heritage turkeys available.
Shoshoni: 440 Ranch, Jennifer Faulkner, 440 Two Valley Road Shoshoni, WY 82649. phone: 307-761-2556, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, web: 440ranching.com. All-natural, grass fed Jersey cows.
Hot Springs County:
Thermopolis: Becker Family Stock Farm, Sonja Becker, 1531 Owl Creek Road, Thermopolis, WY 82443. Phone: (307) 867-2233, email: email@example.com, web: www.beckerfamilystockfarm.com. Family Stock Farm. Jersey cow milk, 100 percent pastured and fed home grown, beyond organic grass and hay only. Herd shares, local Tuesday delivery. They also carry retail cuts of freezer packed beef, pastured pork, lamb and whole chickens. Farm tours are available.
Cross E Dairy: delivers here. See full listing under Leiter (Sheridan County).
(Story/Sheridan): Wyoming Grass Fed; email: info@WyomingGrassFed.com. Cowshares, cow boarding, grassfed in season. Free-range, pastured chickens and eggs.
Burns: Windswept Plains Goat Dairy, Shelly Lienemann, phone: 307-996-6738, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Facebook: facebook.com/windsweptplainsdairy. American alpines and purebred Nubian goats. The goats range on 10 acres of pasture and supplemented on grain. They only use modern pharmaceuticals when necessary. The does are milked twice a day and the milked is cooled as processed as quickly and cleanly as possible. Delivery is available to Cheyenne, Laramie, Scottsbluff, and Ft Collins.
www.thefamilyfarmwy.com. A small, family-owned homestead that provides raw milk and other farm-made products (cream, butter, yogurt, creamer) to the greater Cheyenne area. They have a small herd of 2 to 3 cows that are grass/alfalfa fed and given a grain treat when they come in for milking. They currently have a Brown Swiss as their main milking lady. Seasonally, they offer raw goat milk from registered Kinder goats. They have a flock of about 40 chickens and provide eggs as available. They also offer elderberry elixir, and several farm-made herbal products such as salves and lip balms. They have a small farm stand set up on their property year-round where products are available to purchase, and they love to have visitors to the homestead.
Calico Bluffs LaManchas, Joellen Strode, 17 Chalk Bluffs Rd. Cheyenne, WY 82007, phone: 307-632-6905, email: Twogoat17@aol.com. Raw goat milk and purebred LaManchas for sale.
Irish Belles Farms, Dana Connelly, 10113 Beulah Ave. Cheyenne, WY 82009; phone: 307-637-0546 or 307-220-4472; email: Danasuejo@aol.com. Raw goat milk.
Sparrowhawk Nubians, Vicki Willis, owner, 2525 County Road 218, Cheyenne, WY 82009; phone: 307-433-9405 or 307-214-5690; email: email@example.com.
Chugwater: Scott and Becky Boersma, 180 South Chugwater Highway, phone: 307-640-6063, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Three Holstein cows and a few goats of mixed breeds. Rotationally grazed as much as possible, fed some grain to help moderate the grassy flavor and balance out management. New customers are encouraged to visit when they buy their first share, and also after that if they desire. Delivery to Cheyenne, Chugwater, Wheatland, and possibly to Casper.
Wheatland: D&J Farm Fresh, phone: 989-312-0613, email: email@example.com, Facebook (best way to reach them): www.facebook.com/DJFFM. Raw milk & milk products from Jersey cows. Cows are fed all they want of second cutting alfalfa, pasture, silage, cob, alfalfa pellets, barley, boss and carrots when in the stanchion. Further information can be found on their Facebook page.
Leiter: Cross E Dairy, Christine Hampshire, PO Box 194 Leiter, WY 82837, phone: 307-751-3127, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Facebook: Cross E Dairy. Raw cow milk and homemade yogurt from Guernsey and Normande cows. All cows are DNA tested to only carry the A2 milk protein. Cows graze on irrigated meadow and ranch pasture in summer and are fed grass/alfalfa hay raised right on the ranch. Grain ration is rolled barley with flax, black oil sunflower seed and kelp. Cows are given free choice mineral and salt. Cows are tested for TB, Brucellosis and Johnes. Milk quality is tested several times a year for somatic cell count, MUN and components such a butterfat and protein. Milk is filtered and quickly chilled in an cold water bath. Sold in glass half gallon jars, $5/half gallon. The breeding schedule of cows is staggered to allow milk availability year-round. Scheduled visits are welcome at the ranch. Milk can be picked up at the ranch in Leiter, or is available in Buffalo, Gillette, and Sheridan. Other delivery locations in surrounding areas can be discussed. Sheridan: at Landon’s Farmers Market open year-round every Sat. from 9 am-noon. Gillette: Downtown Gillette Farmer’s Market open year-round 11 am-6 pm, Mon-Sat at 118 S. Gillette Ave. Buffalo: by pre-order basis at a delivery location that is open 9 am-5 pm Mon-Fri.
Blue Yonder Farm, Melissa and Stephen Petzold, 491 Cat Creek Road Sheridan, WY 82801, phone: 307-737-2233, email: email@example.com, Facebook: BlueYonderFarmWY/. Whole raw milk, cream, butter from cow, goat, and sheep. Free range grass and hay-fed. Hay is plain prairie grass mix and limited alfalfa hay that is old stand and old genetics no spraying. Grain is oat, barley, and flax. No corn and no soy. No fish or fish byproducts. All dairy animals are veterinarian tested annually free of TB. Tested triennially free of Brucellosis. The farm is tested Johnes-free and the sheep are also tested OOP Free. Copy of test provided upon request. Milked by closed machine milking system, filtered, and chilled in half gallon glass mason jars. Cow milk is $5/half gallon, Goat milk is $8/half gallon, Sheep milk is $10/half gallon (limited seasonal availability). Farm pick up or town delivery to central pickup location (Immanuel Lutheran Church on 5th Street across from the hospital).
Cross E Dairy delivers here, to Landon’s Farmers Market. See full listing above under Leiter.
Evanston: Pace Family Farm/Whispering Meadows Ranch, Kevin & Lizette Pace, 275 Appaloosa Drive Evanston, WY 82930, phone: 307-789-0088, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Facebook: PaceFamilyFarm/WhisperingMeadowsRanch. Currently milking 30 Lamancha dairy goats. They also have grass fed beefalo, black angus beef and pasture raised chicken and duck eggs available. Hours: 7 am-9 pm. Available products include raw goat milk, raw goat milk kefir, raw goat cheese, pasture raised chicken and duck eggs, grassfed beefalo and black angus beef. Tours are available upon request. Delivery options available.