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Old 11-25-2008, 01:08 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I'm seeking a source for raw milk in southern NH. I'm in Wilton once a week, so pickup near there would be great. A friend told me about a Connolly Brothers Dairy in Temple, but I can't find much about them online. Is it a CSA or a store? If anyone out there has a raw milk source in southern NH, I'd love to know about it. Thanks!
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Brookford Farm in Rollinsford, NH has raw milk. It may be too far from you.

http://www.brookfordfarm.com

You can also check the Real Milk site.

http://www.realmilk.com/where3.html#nh
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thanks, that looks so good. Rollinsford is too far for me, but it's pretty close to my parents house. I'll have to let them know!
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Connelly Brothers sells milk and also really yummy ice cream locally. You may want to call Nature's Green Grocer in Peterborough for their contact information. Connelly Bro. are regulars at the P'Boro farmer's market. They don't have a CSA, as far as I know.

Sunnyfield Farm in Peterborough (197 Greenfield Road in Peterborough, NH) is the place that we and most people I know around here go to. It is $3 a half-gallon and quite yummy!
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The Educational Farm in Bedford also sells raw milk:
http://www.theeducationalfarm.org/home2.html
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Mary Fox sells raw goat milk that is fabulous in Mount Vernon. She is in the phone book. It does not taste like goat milk at all, it tastes like regular milk.
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Natanya, I know you from the birth cottage! great to see you here. hope all is going great for you in north country. thanks for the info - we do drive through m. vernon a lot.
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Connelly Brothers sells milk and also really yummy ice cream locally. You may want to call Nature's Green Grocer in Peterborough for their contact information. Connelly Bro. are regulars at the P'Boro farmer's market. They don't have a CSA, as far as I know.

Sunnyfield Farm in Peterborough (197 Greenfield Road in Peterborough, NH) is the place that we and most people I know around here go to. It is $3 a half-gallon and quite yummy!
that's pretty close to wilton. i'll try it next week. thanks!
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If you are in Wilton, you should use Temple Wilton Farm. http://www.templewiltoncommunityfarm.com/
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I went there and couldn't find the farm store! I felt really silly. I'll try it, again, because we go to Pine Hill one day a week and it's so close. Do you have to be a member of the farm to buy milk and milk products, do you know? Thanks very much.
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Hopefully you were able to go back to the Temple Wilton Farm. It's great! I grew up in Wilton, and attended Pine Hill. Does your child go to Pine Hill? I'm now living in Durham so I go the Brookford Farm for my raw milk.
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Not sure if you've already figured it out, since it's been a couple of weeks since your initial post, but we are familiar with Connolly Bros. Dairy Farm, and I highly recommend it. Their business number is (603) 924-5002 (you'll probably have to leave a message.) You can also PM me for more info.

ETA: Their prices are the best I know of-- I believe it is currently $5 for a gallon of raw milk.


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Hopefully you were able to go back to the Temple Wilton Farm. It's great! I grew up in Wilton, and attended Pine Hill. Does your child go to Pine Hill? I'm now living in Durham so I go the Brookford Farm for my raw milk.
I'm going to try TW Farm, again. Ha ha, we are very early Pine Hill parents, I guess. dd and I attend Children's Garden, for wee ones up to 3 years old. Seriously eyeing the school for the future, though.
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