The producing RMAC farmer members are listed here in alphabetical order by Farm Name.
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14790 CR 64
Greeley, CO 80631
Contact: Tami Moser
We began with the premise that we wanted to make the land better and provide for our family quality foods that had a “meaning”. Raising healthy, happy animals no hormones, antibiotics, or chemicals rang right with us. We believed there was a “better way” by stepping outside the conventional farming “box”, and going back to the basics. We found that not only were we making the land better and more productive, but our animals thrived too, and the milk, eggs and meat produced is something we are proud to offer.
Originally bred in the Channel Island of Jersey, the Jersey breed is best known for the high butterfat content of the milk and the natural marbling and tenderness of the meat. The mini Jersey’s we raise are no different, just more diminutive in size. We are a seasonal dairy with milk shares available from May to October/November each year. During the cold winter months, we and the cows, take a much needed rest.
Come out and visit the herd anytime and get some cow scratching in.
Creme de la creme
1400 n shields street
fort collins, CO 80524
Contact: Kari Bekkedahl
Why raw milk? More and more people are now eating foods that are unprocessed, unpasteurized, and unchanged from what nature intended. Dairy products that do not cause milk sensitivity are easy to digest, and contain all their vital nutrients Our raw milk from pasture-graze cows contains highly beneficial nutrients including: CLA and Omega 3 fatty .
acids ,beneficial bacteria, enzymes, vitamins, minerals and so much more!
10018 Weld County Rd 110
Carr, CO 80612
Contact: Justin Norton