Farm-fresh raw milk at the Co-op

By Aylia Bledsoe, Chill Buyer, 16th & Madison

I am a huge advocate of raw milk. One of the great things about being an independent co-op is that we can choose to carry hard-to-find products like raw milk. When you buy raw milk, you are getting a product that’s completely unprocessed! I am so happy to be part of a company that continues to support high-quality raw milk from Washington’s devoted cow and goat farmers. It is a great honor to know and work with these farmers to help bring you nutritious, whole foods.

 

Lucky Hook Farm

Moses Lake, WA
Type of milk: Goat

  • Delivers to 16th & Madison: Mon. Thurs. Sat.
  • Delivers to 6th Ave: Thurs.

“The most rewarding part is when people call and tell me that the milk has done something wonderful for them. And they call quite often.”

St. John Creamery

Lake Stevens, WA
Type of milk: Goat

  • Delivers to 16th & Madison: Tues.

“Goats are the most delightful and joyful creature on the planet. All I have to do is run out into the pasture and yell, “C’mon girls!” and all 165 of them come barreling out of the barn, skipping and dancing. Some of them won’t even leave the milk stand until they get a hug.”

Pure Éire Dairy

Othello, WA
Type of milk: Cow

  • Delivers to 16th & Madison: Mon. Thurs. Sat.
  • Delivers to 6th Ave: Thurs.

“We’ll be the first dairy in the U.S. to get accreditation from Animal Welfare for being 100% grass-fed. Nature intended for cows to be grass-fed from start to finish. That’s what we believe.”

Dungeness Valley Creamery

Sequim, WA
Type of milk: Cow

  • Delivers to 16th & Madison: Thurs.
  • Delivers to 6th Ave: Mon.
Left Foot Farm

Eatonville, WA
Type of milk: Goat

  • Delivers to 6th Ave: Tues.
Pride & Joy Dairy

Granger, WA
Type of milk: Cow

  • Delivers to 16th & Madison: Sun.

All photos by the farms.


Date: Tuesday March 01, 2016

Category: Fresh Pick

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