Sweet, creamy, farm-fresh goat milk is here!  Our milk is hormone, antibiotic and chemical free.  A $2.50 deposit per jar/lid is required.  Milk prices are $7/half gallon or $12/gallon (2 jars).  Please email kwinters@sprintmail.com for availability, directions and appointment.  We are currently bottling for prearranged sales only.  Local delivery is also available.  Please inquire.  Raise a glass in celebration of improved health and nutrition every day.  You're worth it!

For general information about goat's milk and health benefits, click here (offsite link)

**Please note: Except during peak production, one HOUR of milking and cleanup is required for every HALF gallon of milk produced**

Too Expensive?  Please consider the difference in gallons per hour from a dairy cow as compared to a dairy goat, then realize our luxurious milk comes from Nigerian DWARF dairy goats and we're talking hours per gallon!  These girls are individually milked by a loving caretaker, not gang-milked in a commercial setting.  Come see how long it takes you to put a half gallon of milk in a bucket from a Nigerian Dwarf goat!  Alternatively, we have plenty of work around here and will gladly pay 1 gallon per hour to able bodied persons (jar deposits still required).  If you'd like to bring feed, 50 pound bags of Purina Noble Goat Dairy Parlor 16% dairy feed can be purchased from Country Feeds in St James and gladly accepted as payment for a gallon!  Thanks for supporting local farmers.

 

 

 

 

Farm Fresh Eggs!!! $3/dz

 

A Few Words About Us

Our milk matron has a BS in Cellular and Molecular Biology from the University of Michigan - A2 .  She continued her education at the California Institue of Technology in Pasadena, CA, completing her MS in Biology.  She has extensive laboratory experience with in vitro cell culture as well as prokaryotic (bacterial) molecular biology.  This has resulted in an individual with a well-versed capacity for sterile technique which is useful in areas of the Food Industry, such as Dairy.  In addition, she has worked in several restaurants that have to undergo Food Safety inspections.  While our dairy is not USDA Grade A licensed which requires major investments in facilities that our scale does not justify, we feel that our milk is pure and safe.  Milk is dumped if there are any doubts about antibiotic or chemical residue possibly remaining in the animal or excreted in the milk.  We drink our milk, and we have even more stringent requirements for milk offered for sale to our customers for human consumption.  If you have never tasted goat milk, we encourage you to email for an appointment to taste-test before you buy.


 

Missouri Revised Statutes

Chapter 196

Food, Drugs and Tobacco

Section 196.935

 August 28, 2010

 

State milk inspection required on all graded fluid milk or milk products--pasteurization required, exception.

196.935. No person shall sell, offer for sale, expose for sale, transport, or deliver any graded fluid milk or graded fluid milk products in this state unless the milk or milk products are graded and produced, transported, processed, manufactured, distributed, labeled and sold under state milk inspection and the same has also been produced or pasteurized as required by a regulation authorized by section 196.939 and under proper permits issued thereunder. Only pasteurized graded fluid milk and fluid milk products as defined in subdivision (3) of section 196.931 shall be sold to the final consumer, or to restaurants, soda fountains, grocery stores, or similar establishments; except an individual may purchase and have delivered to him for his own use raw milk or cream from a farm.

 (L. 1972 H.B. 1280 § 4)