Sourcing Raw Milk
15 years ago, when we first became aware that raw milk was even an option, we looked to our local communities. We did a lot of networking the old-fashioned way. We started knocking on doors and talking to people. It turned out there were several sources for raw milk around us.
With the advent of the internet, we now have a way to network and connect with sources of raw milk on a greater scale.
Here is an excellent link to help you get started on your quest:
This real milk finder provides a list of resources by state. Simply click on your state to view a listing of farms that provide raw milk options.
Another excellent resource to find local producers is to connect with your local chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation. The chapter leader can provide you with a list of raw milk producers, or other real food produce that you may be seeking.
Note: Foodwifery is not affiliated with the Real Milk Finder or RealMilk.com. Any use of the website is at your own risk. While it can be an excellent resource to find producers, you should be aware of how producers are taking care of their livestock and handling their milk. Also, be aware of any laws applicable in your state governing the sale or distribution of raw milk.