Happy Cow is AWESOME.Â We toured it with a homeschool group a week ago.Â They have a field growing something different for each month so that the cows are always eating something freshly growing. They distribute the milk to area health food store too, so if you can't get to the farm south of Greenville, you can get it in the stores.
The cheese is actually from farms in Wisconsin.Â But they are equally excellent!Â They purchase them and slap a Happy Cow label on it.Â They said they did not want to seperate the cream from the milk to make it themselves.Â They wanted to keep the cream in the milk for us to drink!Â
There is ANOTHER farmer just north of Greenville.Â Whites Jersey Dairy sells RAW milk.Â His info is on the Rawmilk website mentioned above.Â Or his website is: http://www.localharvest.org/farms/M14993
We buy our milk from him now.Â Not the same size farm as Happy Cow, but it is not pasturized.Â Talk about FANTASTIC milk!!Â I can't believe the difference between store pasturized/homonginized milk and raw milk.Â There is no comparisson!