Raw Milk Regulations
Raw milk sales are legal on the farm and through home delivery. They are legal in retail stores as well if local health ordinances do not prohibit.
Producers must obtain a permit from the State Department of Agriculture. This requirement applies to any farmer operating a cowshare program. Farmers must bottle the milk on the premises and each bottle must contain a warning label stating “WARNING: This product has not been pasteurized and may contain harmful bacteria. Pregnant women, children, the elderly, and persons with lowered resistance to disease have the highest risk of harm from use of this product. “Retail stores must display warning signs near the location of raw milk and raw milk products in the store.
WA ADC 246-215-041
Department of Health
PO Box 47890
Olympia, Washington 98504Phone: (360) 236-4246
All our sales are from our on farm, farm store. We are a licensed, raw, Jersey cow dairy. We sell raw milk and cream, beef and eggs.
Grass-Fed Grain-Free Grade-A 100% Whole, Jersey Cow’s Milk, WSDA Licensed Real Milk in all its Fulness as Mother Nature intended
We are a 3 generation family farm producing clean, natural Grade A Raw goat’s Milk
We were licensed last year for Grade A. We milk 100 Oberhasli dairy goats is 30 min North of Seattle. Oberhaslis have a very sweet mild milk. No hint of goaty flavor.
Twin Brook Creamery is nestled in the shadow of the Cascade Mountain Range in Lynden, Washington. The freshly renovated bottling facility processes milk from our own Jersey cows. We strive to be the best possible stewards of the land, providing wildlife habitat and using best management practices.