I hate to disillusion you, but Organic Pastures cows are also fed some grain. They are on pasture all the time, and can presumably eat as much grass as they want, but they are supplemented with alfalfa hay and grain. They probably use far less grain than a place where the cows don't have that much access to green pasture, but they are not 100% grassfed. I know the label says 100% pastured (or something like that), which I find a bit deceptive. It's great milk, (so is Claravale), but unless something has changed in the past year or so, 100% grassfed it is not.
I agree that the above label sounds deceptive, which is an issue, but I honestly don't believe that it's *good* for lactating cows to be completely grassfed. There are some grains that are better than others (obviously there's a huge difference between a heavily soy-based diet and other grains) but I think that, in people's distaste for grain-fed anything, animals pay a price.
With all of that said, we sell raw cow and goat milk for "pet" use (many in this state use share programs but it is too much following people around trying to collect boarding fees for me). We sell for $8 in glass jars, which we charge a seperate $2 deposit for.
In this area that is very cheap.