Raw Milk Regulations
Raw milk sales are legal on the farm. Farmers can make “incidental sales of raw milk directly to consumers” without having to obtain a permit. While state law does not specifically define what incidental sales of raw cows milk are and leaves this determination to the discretion of the state inspector, raw goat milk producers can sell up to 100 gallons of goat milk per month without a permit. Farmers making incidental sales of raw goat milk have the right to advertise.
Even though the incidental sales exception does not apply to raw cheese, state law does not prohibit farmers from making cheese using milk or cream produced on their farm.
Farmers making more than incidental sales of raw milk must have a raw milk permit. This permit is only good for raw milk sales, not for any other raw dairy products. Producers wanting to sell raw milk products must obtain a manufacturing plant permit.
OK Stat. T.2 § 7-414
Department of Agriculture, Food, and Forestry
2800 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Phone: (405) 521-3864
Raw Nubian goat milk sold in glass quart jars. Goat milk is $2.00 a quart or or $6.00 a gallon sold in 1/2 gallon or quart-sized glass jars. A one time fee of 75 cents per glass jar is charged unless customer brings their own canning jars with lids and rings to exchange. My goats graze on bermuda grass, weeds, and good quality alfalfa hay in the summer. In the winter they graze on fresh, green rye grass, Johnson grass hay and alfalfa hay.. They are never vaccinated or given any kind of hormones. They are given natural herbal dewormers.