Glades Ridge Goat Dairy produces high quality, rich unpasteurized dairy products [NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION - ANIMAL CONSUMPTION ONLY] from healthy, happy Nubian and LaMancha dairy goats. Our goats are naturally raised, have access to year-round pasture, and recieve a very limited amount of grain - for milkers, only the few minutes they are on the milking stand. They produce milk that is antibiotic and hormone free, and is as natural as possible. The does are milked by hand twice a day. Milk is bottled and cheese is made in the cheese kitchen connected to the milking palor. Products include raw, unpasteurized milk, Chevre and Fromage Blanc. Frozen goat meat and lamb are also available.
Natural, unpasteurized dairy products [NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION - as per Florida law and regulation] - from Nubian and LaMancha dairy goats. Our dairy herd is raised naturally and humanely, with upmost consderation for their well-being. Raw, unpasteurized fluid milk, Chevre and Fromage Blanc are available year round. Stop by the farm and see how these natural products get from the goats on our farm to you.
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Find us in Gainesville, FL, at the Alachua County Farmers Market, US 441 and SR 121 every Saturday morning, 8:30 a.m. to noon and the Union Street Farmers Market every Wednesday from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m.
We produce dairy products all year, and milk and cheese are available at the farm. Please call to arrange pick-up.
We produce dairy products all year, and milk 2 times a day, 365 days a year. Call to arrange at-the-farm pick-up or see us at the Union Street or Alachua Farmers Market, Gainesville, FL.
Glades Ridge chevre is the only goat cheese we will buy, and their kefir is amazing. I love seeing them at the 441 Farmer's Market every Saturday.
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I have had the pleasure of visiting and buying from the Dairy regularly since I discovered it about 6 months ago. It is one of the cleanest and best run small dairies I have ever seen, (and I have seen a lot in my travels around the world).... [more]