Petaluma (Sonoma County)
9999 Valley Ford Road
Sheep’s milk yogurt, made from milk from farm’s own herd of East Friesian sheep, in plain, blackberry, strawberry, blueberry, spiced apple and vanilla
Sebastopol (Sonoma County)
5480 Thomas Road
Goat’s milk yogurt and kefir made from un-homogenized whole goat milk, with living cultures and without sugar, fructose or any artificial ingredients. Maintains a herd of 300 goats (Alpine, LaMancha, Nubian and Saanen breeds) each “with a name and distinctive personality.” Sustainably farmed and family owned since 1968.
Best Baa Dairy Yogurts
820 Gartshore Road
Fergus (100 kms NW of Toronto)
Sheep milk yogurts include plain (traditional Balkan style) & maple (touch of Ontario maple syrup).
The only ingredients are milk, culture and maple syrup in the maple yogurt.
Zionsville (Boone County)
Traders Point Creamery
9101 Moore Road
Plain and fruit (drinkable) yogurts in European style and Greek-style yogurt in traditional and honey, lemon flavors from 100% grass fed, unhomogenized cow’s milk.
Edmunds (Washington County)
Tide Mill Creamery [Rachel Bell & Nate Horton}
103 Tide Mill Road
Certified organic cow’s milk yogurt in quart glass jars, Greek yogurt available by pint and half gallon, blueberry-maple & maple-walnut Greek milk yogurt parfaits in 8 oz glass jars, and kefir in glass quarts & plain and maple pints made from Tide Mill Organic Farm’s herd of cows that rotationally graze seaside fields all summer.
Monroe (Waldo County)
Toddy Pond Farm
174 Carver Road
Small batch yogurt & kefir made from farm’s 100% grass fed Jersey cow milk. Plain and vanilla plus specialty flavors are available at Farm Store on farm & dozen locations in Maine including Belfast, Brewer, Brunswick, Bucksport, Damariscotta, Lewiston, Portland & Rockport.
Federalsburg (Caroline County)
Nice Farms Creamery
25786 Auction Road
Cow’s milk yogurt-plain, vanilla & a rotating fruit (blueberry, peach, strawberry, raspberry) made from farm’s herd of 50 cows (original Holstein herd crossbred to Jerseys, Dutch Belted, Milking Shorthands & Linebacks to develop smaller, hardier cattle that thrive in a grass based system)
Ashfield (Franklin County)
137 Beldingville Road
Yogurt from herd of 35 Normande & Jersey cows that graze on exclusively organic pasture
Wilton (Hillsborough County)
Abbot Hill Creamery at Temple-Wilton Community Farm
195 Isaac Frye Hwy
Plain, unstrained, whole milk yogurt in returnable quart glass jars from farm’s herd of grass fed Ayrshire, Normandy and Jersey milking cows
Argyle (Washington County)
Argyle Cheese Farmer
990 Coach Road
Whole milk & Greek yogurts in plain, maple & vanilla varieties made from farm’s own milk
Ghent (Columbia County)
Hawthorne Valley Farm
327 County Route 21C
Old European style yogurt made with live cultures with no thickeners or emulsifiers
Hoosick (Rensselaer County)
319 Beechwood Road
Organic, European style, smooth, creamy, light tasting cow milk yogurt packed in one quart glass jars, with energy used for manufacture from photovoltaic & solar thermal collectors
Ithaca (Tompkins County)
95 Brown Road, Suite 177
Yogurt from Jersey cow milk produced on three small farms located within 10 miles of the creamery in Finger Lakes region, with each farm milking a small number of animals-about 50 pasture-raised Jersey cows. Also, Water Buffalo milk yogurt from creamery’s own herd of 100 Water Buffalo kept on pasture for over 150 days and in cold months fed hay purchased from local farms. Cow’s milk yogurt in plain, vanilla, blueberry, lemon, black cherry & maple; Water Buffalo milk yogurt in plain, black cherry & maple.
Jefferson (Schoharie County)
157 Danforth Road
Cow’s milk yogurt and kefir from farm’s own herd of purebred Jersey cows in plain, maple, coffee and vanilla
Jordan (Onondaga County)
Wake Robin Farm
125 Brutus Road
Cow’s milk yogurt from farm’s own herd of Jersey cows in plain, maple and vanilla
Keesville (Essex County)
North Country Creamery
931 Mace Chasm Road
Cow’s milk yogurt from farm’s own herd of 100% grass-fed Milking Shorthorn & Jersey cows in plain & maple flavored (100% Adirondack maple syrup)
Pine Plains (Dutchess County)
Coach Farm Yogurt
Probiotic goat’s milk yogurt made with live active cultures in four flavors: traditional plain, strawberry, vanilla, honey. Maintains flock of 900 French Alpine dairy goats.
Pocantico Hills (Westchester County)
Blue Hill Farm
630 Bedford Road
Savory yogurts including carrot, sweet potato, beet, butternut squash, tomato & parsnip made from milk from 100% grass-fed cows
St. Johnsville (Montgomery County)
Mohawk Drumlin Creamery
1435 Baum Road
Sheep Milk Greek Yogurt in Plain, Honey Vanilla and Maple and sold in glass jars
Stuyvesant (Columbia County)
Maple Hill Creamery
285 Allendale Road West
Organic, European-style creamline yogurt from 100% grass cows. Minimally processed: creamery does not homogenize or skim its milk, and does not add any type of thickeners, preservatives, or other additives. Products come in 6 oz, 32 oz, and 12 oz drinkables in Plain, Vanilla, Maple, Lemon, Orange Crème, and Wild Blueberry.
Trumansburg (Tompkins County)
Black Pearl Creamery
3227 Halseyville Road
Small East Friesian sheep dairy with flock certified organic through NOFA-NY & 100% grass-fed on pasture. Ewes milked seasonally when on pasture to produce a rich creamy milk processed by hand in small batches into yogurt and feta cheese.
Helena (Alfalfa County)
Wagon Creek Creamery
11690 County Road 710
Greek style yogurt, including low fat & non-fat, made from small herd of grass fed cows on family farm
Chambersburg (Lancaster County)
Trickling Springs Creamery
2330 Molly Pitcher Highway S
Trickling Springs Creamery sells and distributes Pequea Valley Farm (in Ronks, Lancaster County) yogurt, made from grass-fed, hormone and antibiotic free cows, in a variety of flavors (peach, black cherry, strawberry, raspberry & blueberry) and plain.
Oreland (Montgomery County)
105 Allison Road
Yogurt with a thin layer of cream on the top, made with farm fresh milk from cows (with names, that are primarily grass fed and never given hormones) and active acidophilus culture.
Phoenixville (Chester County)
Seven Stars Farm
501 West Seven Stars Road
Biodynamic and certified organic dairy farm using Jersey and Jersey crossed herd to produce organic yogurt.
Pownal (Bennington County)
Gammelgarden [“old farm” in Swedish] Creamery
581 Quarry Hill Road
Farmstead skyr yogurt made with milk from just four cows, Babette, her twin daughters Fredricka and Carla, and Doozie.
Wells (Rutland County)
Larson Farm & Creamery
69 South Street
Farm Store: open daily from 7:00AM to 7:00PM
Using organic milk from its own small herd of 100% grass-fed Jersey cows, produces low-temperature pasteurized products including maple and plain yogurt, gelato, butter, skyr and cream-line pasteurized milk, all of which is certified organic.
Cows pastured on green hills of Vermont from May to November and eat quality organic hay during the winter which means no grains, no GMOs, and no rBGH or antibiotics. (The herd is DNA tested to be homozygous for the A2A2 beta-casein protein.)
Westfield (Orleans County)
421 Trumpass Road
Organic yogurt and kefir produced by a wind-powered dairy farm. One of America’s oldest certified organic dairy farms. No antibiotics, hormones, herbicides or pesticides used. For the past 30 years, “we have dedicated our lives to building mineral rich, living soils and raising our crops, [Jersey] cows and family.”
Windsor (Windsor County)
Oak Knoll Dairy
1639 Rte 5
Goat milk yogurt including plain and lightly sweetened, non-fat vanilla