Why join a herd-share? Can’t I just buy raw milk?

The herd-share structure is a necessity to receive raw milk in Virginia

Think about a herd-share as a milk subscription with a one-time membership fee.

By joining our herd-share you are now part-owners in our herd! Once you own a share in our herd instead of paying for milk you are paying for services from your farmer to care for your cow and deliver milk.

How much milk is a share?

One share equals one gallon of milk each week. Half shares are a half gallon each week.

To purchase a share in our beautiful Jersey herd there is one-time initial buy-in of $30 per share or $15 per half share.

To start getting raw milk delivered to your area each week simply fill out this form!

  • After completing this form (within 48 hours) we'll send you a sign-able herd-share agreement and payable invoice for your one-time herd share buy in along with other details about your first pick-up.

  • Every 4 weeks you will be invoiced for 4 weeks of service (service includes care of your cow and delivery of milk). Pricing is based on location. Scroll down for more details.

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Recurring share service (billed every 4 weeks) for pick-up in Blacksburg, Christiansburg, Roanoke, Lynchburg, Lexington, Moneta, Rocky Mount & Charlottesville:

  • $11.62 weekly cost per one gallon or $5.81 weekly cost per half gallon *20% off all shares over one gallon a week.

Recurring share service (billed every 4 weeks) for pick-up in Willis, Floyd, Montvale, Lynchburg, and Copper Hill:

  • $10.46 weekly cost per gallon or $5.23 weekly cost per half gallon *10% off all shares over one gallon a week.

Recurring share service (billed every 4 weeks) for pick-up in Wirtz:

  • $9.30 weekly cost per one gallon

This milk is the best I have ever tasted. If there was a Great American Milk Festival your milk would bring home a Gold Medal for sure.
People constantly tell me my kids have this amazing glow about them.
— Amari Saint, shareholder