RMAC Farms

Find a RMAC Farm Near You

RMAC FarmThe producing RMAC farmer members are listed here in alphabetical order by Farm Name.

They are shown in groups of 5 to a page. Click the page number at the bottom of the list to go to the next page.

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A Merry Little Farm

Brenda and Kevin Mayfield
784 Apache Trl

Florissant, CO 80816
Phone: 719-689-5770
Email: amerrylittlefarm@gmail.com

Website: http://www.amerrylittlefarm.com

Contact: Brenda and Kevin Mayfield

Farm Type

cow

Description

A Merry Little Farm is a delightfully quaint raw milk dairy located in the western foothills of Pikes Peak. Our Jersey cows, known for their delicious high butterfat content milk, are grass fed. We never use hormones or steroids and are meticulously clean in all stages of milk production. The girls are healthy, happy and excellent mothers. Babies remain with their mothers for an extended period which keeps our herd happy and healthy. A limited amount of surplus milk is available through cow shares. When available we also have milk fed pork and Belfair calves. We would love to hear from you. Contact us at 719-491-4318 or check out our website at http://www.amerrylittlefarm.com


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All Things Homestead / Sobre Zaltana

Kevin & Christy Comstock
PICK UP in Highlands Ranch, Castle Rock, Parker, Aurora, Franktown, Elizabeth, etc.
1734 County Road 132
Elizabeth, CO 80107
Phone: (720) 295-6720
Email: christy@sobrezaltana.com

Website: http://allthingshomestead.com/market/sobre-zaltana/

Contact: Kevin & Christy Comstock

Farm Type

Mixed

Description

Sobre Zaltana is our family farm… growing heritage breed livestock and traditional produce in a sustainable manner.
We are a small, polyculture homestead located in Elizabeth, Colorado. We have farm fresh eggs, raw goat milk shares, cow milk shares, and pasture raised chicken available for purchase. We are accept pre-orders throughout the year for turkey, pork, lamb, and beef. We also have a variety of produce offered through the season as well as honey available in the fall.

Our cows and goats are pasture raised and receive only organic alfalfa and organic feed while milking. They also have free choice access to a number of minerals and supplements to ensure the milk is delicious!

Our mission is to sustainably provide a variety of food and additional items to a small number of local families, while also inviting them into community, involvement, education, and awareness.

All of our products are distributed through All Things Homestead. This keeps things easier for us, and easier for you! You are welcome to visit and/or pick up at the farm, but you may also pick up from a growing number of distribution points along the Colorado Front Range.


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Angie’s Cute and Fuzzy

Angie Kramer
41854 Madrid Drive

Parker, CO 80138
Phone: 7209996601
Email: Angie.Kramer@angiescuteandfuzzy.com

Website:

Contact: Angie

Farm Type

Goat

Description

Animal Boarding, grooming, and pet sitting.


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Barn Dog Ranch

Mona Jensen
2895 6200 Rd

Olathe, CO 81425
Phone: 4026308773
Email: barndogranch@gmail.com

Website:

Contact: Mona Jensen

Farm Type

Goat

Description

www.facebook.com/BarnDogRanch


Capering Goat Dairy

Margaret Hollander
5012 Valhalla Dr.

Boulder, CO 80301
Phone: 303-519-8618
Email: margawh@indra.com

Website:

Contact: Margaret Hollander

Farm Type

Goat

Description

Driving Directions: Boulder County near Boulder Reservoir entrance gate. Travel north on 51st from Jay Rd., turn left (west) on Valhalla Dr., 3rd house on left on the corner of Valhalla and Thor. Products Offered: Raw goat milk. Farm Description: We live on one acre in Boulder County. The dairy herd currently consists of eight does; 3 Nubians, 2 Saaens and 3 La Manchas. We have about 20 laying hens and some years we raise chickens for meat. There is also a vegetable garden for our use. Farm Management Philosophy:
I have a deep respect for the goats. I’m committed to meeting their needs and they in turn contribute high quality milk. I keep them healthy and content by paying attention to them individually, giving them good clean feed, comfortable living conditions, including plenty of room to exercise, shelter and dry bedding, regular routine, fresh water, appropriate grooming and natural health care. I use herbal and Homeopathic medicines on the goats when needed.
Only when necessary do I use antibiotic treatment. (Milk withdrawal is closely monitored in the case of antibiotic use.) They eat unsprayed alfalfa, organic grain and have access to pasture. Generally I will plan to freshen the does in March and have them dried off during January and February.