Looking for a farm or ranch for fresh meat, milk or eggs in Northern Utah? Scroll down this page and you will see the
aall of thoses in Northern Utah, sorted by county. Some are
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to confirm the info, they don't always report changes to me!
And if you know of one I missed and want to add it or correct the
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Updates for September 2018
September It's a pretty normal year for meat, milk and eggs, unless you are in the areas affected by the hurricanes.
Local meat, milk and eggs ranches and farms, by county
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Box Elder County
- JBH Livestock - Beef, USDA
Natural, No hormones used, No antibiotics used, 100% Grass fed
(includes finishing), Within an easy drive to an Interstate
road, Farm/ranch tours for visitors, children welcome, farm
8860 South 200 East, Paradise, UT 84328. Phone:
435-720-3893. Alternate Phone: 435-245-0493. Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Open: Call anytime 7 days a week between
7am and 10 pm. Directions:
Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Check.
Grass fed natural Angus beef sold by the half. Butchered at a
clean modern inspected facility.
Johnny's Dairy- Wide variety of seasonal fruits and
3945 West 1800 South Taylor, Utah, Ogden, UT.
Phone: 801-731-0719. Email:
email@example.com. Open: There are two deli locations as
well as the farm location. Various local products and dairy
products can be purchased at the deli's, and raw milk can be
purchased at the farm. The deli's are open 8am - 9pm Monday to
Sat. Directions: See their website for directions. Payment:
Cash, Debit cards, Visa/MasterCard, Discover, AmEx "
Comments from a visitor on November 07, 2011: "Love
the milk! And enjoy the burgers at the deli. I believe the farm
has a money box... if no one is there you leave your money and
take what you need. The payment options I selected below apply
to the deli's... Part of an email I received from the farm: "We
do not add any steroids, hormones, preservatives, or
antibiotics. We purchase grass hay in the bale. We feed it year
round and maintain a proper diet. Any grains fed are from
non-genetic modified seed and plants. We try to keep a niche in
the market because our competitors are so much larger than we