Healthy Milk… Where To Get It

Where To Begin
Click HERE and from the list, choose a farm that’s closest to you (according to the state in which you live). Since not all raw milk is healthy milk… If you’d like for Dianne (owner/author of this website) to do her due diligence in asking questions to the farmer, click HERE to contact her or click HERE to book an appoinmitment to speak with her.

Two Videos To Watch
Click HERE to view video #1, and click HERE to view video #2.

Five Informative eBooks About Raw Milk

Devil in the Milk: Illness, Health and the Politics of A1 and A2 Milk

Don’t Drink A1 Milk !!: The Type A1/A2 milk issue and the BCM-7 peptide… the devil in the milk

The Untold Story of Milk, Revised and Updated: The History, Politics and Science of Nature’s Perfect Food: Raw Milk from Pasture-Fed Cows

The Raw Milk Answer Book: What You Really Need to Know About Our Most Controversial Food

Miracle of Milk: Amazing New Facts About Milk & How to Use the Milk Diet Scientifically at Home

How I Heard About Your Farm
Please, will you let the farm (where you’re going to get the raw milk) know you heard about them from Dianne of

Make Plans… Call Ahead… Keep Your Commitment
Please, be respectful to the farmers by emailing and/or calling them ahead of time, and please let them know how much milk you’re planning to get and what day/time you’re planning to be at their farm. Also, let them know if you’re traveling a distance (more than 1 hour). If you make a commitment to the farmer, please do everything you can to honor your commitment.

Dianne Recommends To Never Ever Drink Milk From Holstein Cattle & Here’s Why

YOU Go To The Farm & YOU Taste The Milk
If you’re getting milk for yourself, it’s always best if you go and purchase the milk (rather than have someone go in your place).
If you’re able, it’s a really good idea to ask the farmer if they will allow you to taste the milk before you buy it.
The previous statement is relating to your first time visiting the farm, whenever you’re buying the milk in bulk (more than ten gallons at a time), and/or a trip that takes you more than an hour and a half (one way) to get to the farm.
It’s also extremely wise to ask the farmer if they’ve ever had any issues with their customers saying that their milk is “off-tasting,” and if yes… was the most recent issue with their “off-tasting” quality raw milk completely resolved.
Please, click HERE to view a fantastic video about this subject matter.
Should this unfortunate and rare occurrence ever happen to you… Be of good cheer, and compassionately make the farmer aware of the situation.
Dianne’s note- “Please, be encouraged. My husband and I have drank quality raw milk from six different farms, and in all of the many years that we’ve been drinking quality raw milk… we’ve never ever had any issue whatsoever with off-tasting milk.”

How Much Is That
Please, always confirm with the farmer the price of their raw milk per gallon (as the price per gallon could change at anytime for this and that unforeseen reason). If you find that Dianne needs to update any of the prices listed within this post, please click HERE to let her know.

Click HERE to receive info about how people can get raw milk in Canada.

(refer to their listing under Pennsylvania)

Refer to their group pickups…
Click HERE to get raw milk from MILLER’S BIODIVERSITY FARM
(refer to their listing under Pennsylvania)

Refer to their group pickups…
Click HERE to get raw milk from MILLER’S BIODIVERSITY FARM
(refer to their listing under Pennsylvania)


Dianne spoke with Farmer Aaron several times via telephone. Dianne, Paul (her husband) and her brother met Farmer Aaron in person. Also, all of them toured his farm, and all three of them were highly impressed.

Click HERE to get his raw milk from A2A2 and 100% grass-fed ruminants!
Farmer Aaron’s milk is as low as $8.50 per gallon.

Get raw A2-A2 dairy products from certified organic farmers who raise 100% grass-fed (zero grain dairy) Jersey cows (free of artificial hormones, free of antibiotics and cows daily moved to new grass). These exceptional farmers not only have their own on-farm raw milk food safety laboratory for testing every single lot of raw milk that they produce, but they’re also members of the Raw Milk Institute (RAWMI)!
Their milk is $8.50 per gallon.

Ben and JoAnna Bleasdale
545 Walling Rd
Spencer, TN, 38585
Facebook: orchardhousecreamery
Jersey cows bred for A2-A2 genetics, 100% grass based feeding practices, organic method (not organic certified), non-GMO, rotational grazing along with free choice hay. Raw milk and cream herd shares, $50 for the one time herd share fee and $10 boarding fee weekly entitles you to one gallon of milk weekly.
Dianne’s note- If you would like to get two or more gallons of milk weekly, at the price of $8 instead of $10 per gallon, you’ll need to pay a one time fee of $100 (which equals two $50 herd shares).
Drop deliveries from Chattanooga to Cookeville and everywhere in between. Two markets weekly: Main St. Farmers Market in Chattanooga on Wednesdays and 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. Herd shares available year-round and always have more available.

James, Jayna, and Hanna Ash (owner/operators)
5898 Dice Grove Road
Belton, TX, 76513
Their milk is $8.00 per gallon.
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. They’re a tuberculosis- and brucellosis-free herd. They offer raw milk by the gallon ($8.00), and raw butter is also available. Store hours and tours are by appointment.


Please, note that they also sell pasteurized whole, 2 percent, and skim milk.
So, be sure to specify that you want their RAW WHOLE (FULL-FAT) milk.
Their milk is $8.00 per gallon.

1591 Birdwell Rd.
Othello, WA, 99344
Certified Organic, 100% grass-fed, Jersey cows that have been tested for A2-A2 genetics. They offer raw whole milk, available throughout the state of Washington. Contact them (phone, text or email), and they will let you know about all of their drop locations for picking up the milk. Their cows are never confined, and they are never fed anything other than a grass-based diet. Visitors and questions from consumers are welcome.