We currently do not have any shares available. We apologize as we know it’s hard to find quality goats milk! We hope to be able to meet your needs in the future so please check back periodically for updates.
All goats are fed an organic dairy grain ration while being milked and their diet is supplemented with hydroponically grown fresh sprouted barley grass daily. They love it! So they get LIVE greens year around for supreme nutrition!
Hello and get ready for the most delicious, healthful, and healing milk you have ever had the pleasure of drinking. Raw goat milk is one of the closest things in nature to mother’s milk. It is easily digestible and so its great for those with lactose intolerance and sensitive systems. It is also a healthful alternative to baby formula. While cows milk can take 2-3 hours to digest, goat milk can be digested in just 20 minutes. Its wonderful for drinking, kefir, yogurt, cheese, ice cream, and pudding.
HOW DO YOU GET IT?
Raw goat milk is available legally in Colorado only through the Milk Share Program. When you sign up, you actually buy a share of the goat herd. For this share you receive part of the milk that the goat herd produces.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
One SHARE costs $36 per month plus a one time sign up fee of $10 and a one time jar deposit of $10 per share (to cover our glass mason jars). Additional shares can be purchased for $36 per month per share. Each share provides you with approximately 1/2 gallon of milk per week.
HOW DO YOU PAY?
Payment is by cash, check, or PAYPAL, and is for 3 months at a time, in advance, and all year around. Remember that you are paying for the feeding, care, and milking of the goat herd which takes place all year around.
HOW DO YOU PICK UP YOUR MILK?
You can pick up your milk at a drop station (a fridge in a small locked building) near I-25 and Yale. We deliver twice a week on Mondays and Wednesdays. You have two days to pick up your milk including the delivery day. This gives you greater flexibility in scheduling your pick up. We also now deliver to Colorado Springs on Sundays by Briargate area with the same convenient set up at a drop station next to a customers home. Or you can always pick up at the farm!
HOW DO YOU CARE FOR YOUR MILK AND JARS?
Raw goat milk lasts a long time. It will eventually sour, but it will not become rancid like pasteurized milk. Keep it cold and it will remain delicious all week. The jars need to be rinsed thoroughly and returned when you make your next pick up. If you have too much milk you can freeze it in a zip-lock bag and it will keep 6 months. Please do not freeze milk in our glass jars or they will crack and break.
Please CONTACT us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-318-2784 for more information or a copy of the boarding contracts to sign up for your milk share.