Raw Organic Milk

A network for people interested in buying and selling raw, organic milk from local farms on a regular basis or intermittently.

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Queenstown 25 Replies

If anyone would like to share a regular delivery of raw milk, please pm me, two litres available, Saturday collection.

Tags: milk, Raw

Started by Megan. Last reply by Megan Sep 14.

raw milk in Nelson, Alexandra and milk kefir 4 Replies

Hello everyoneJust joined ooooby, what a wonderful web site! At the moment I'm working for a few weeks in Alexandra and then heading back up to Nelson to live for a while. I did have a supplier in…Continue

Started by Anna Wilson. Last reply by Anna Wilson Jul 12.

Raw Milk in the Auckland Area 4 Replies

Hey guys, I am looking to get some raw milk in the auckland area? Does anyone know somewhere I can get it? Looking to make cheese with itThanks! MarkContinue

Started by Mark Baker. Last reply by Helen Vercoe Mar 26.

Why Raw Milk? 20 Replies

Hello!I am a fellow raw milk consumer. I buy raw milk mainly to make cheese and sustain my kefir culture! At the moment I am currently working on a small project for an Anthropology paper at the…Continue

Started by Elizabeth Ashby. Last reply by Jewels Annabell Mar 6.

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Comment by Samar Ocean Wolf Ciprian on April 8, 2012 at 6:01pm


I really want to get some RAW and ORGANIC heavy cream to make raw butter at home.  Does anyone know where this is possible?  The only leads I have had involve cows that graze in round-up treated fields.  Would very much prefer to avoid that. 


Comment by Jane Powell on April 7, 2012 at 9:28am

If someone goes could they let me know a price as I am in Tauranga but am helping an auckland friend. Thanks

Comment by Jane Powell on April 6, 2012 at 4:42pm

Does anyone know Where  the nearest raw milk be for someone in Papakura. Thanks Jane

Comment by Jane Powell on March 23, 2012 at 10:14am

A great Idea then it could filter out through the North island and beyond.  Jane in Tauranga

Comment by Gwynn Sturdevant on March 23, 2012 at 7:48am

Hi Steph and welcome to the group.  I posted a map similar to this for all of NZ on 28 Feb.  You can look at it if you'd like, and email the people that maintain it to ask if other sellers can be added, of course, with the sellers permission.  Gwynn

Comment by Steph Clout on March 23, 2012 at 6:14am

Morning folks, an odd thought: it would be good sometime to create a comprehensive 'raw milk map' for all the places in the Auckland region that still sell raw milk to the public - starting with the places we have all found. ;-) steph ( always having odd thoughts at 6.00am!!!!!!)

Comment by Sweetpea on March 22, 2012 at 9:31pm

Hi everyone, only joined Ooooby a couple of days ago.  Am glad to be here.  Am very interested in access to raw milk as I am making cheese at the moment.  A bit sporadic but am a cheeseaholic  but have found I am very into it.  I am trying also to establish my winter veg garden but the elements and work commitment are a bit against me will keep going at it though.   I know there are a couple of farmers selling raw milk in the Helensville area, unfortunately I am not privy to them despite being here like forever.  Will keep my ears open.

Comment by Carly Jean on March 22, 2012 at 11:48am

HI, I am moving up to Northland (Ngunguru- near Whangarei) soon and want to find a source of raw organic milk..... can anyone help??

Comment by fiona watt on March 21, 2012 at 10:39am

HI, I know where to get the raw milk but I haven't his number can someone please txt it to me on 0212725888.  I go out to Helensville every second day to see my horse so can pick up for people if needed.  I live in Sunnynook.

Comment by Arthur Dixon on March 19, 2012 at 3:24pm

See the Kaiwaka Organics website for more details.

My wife attended and enjoyed it. 


Saturday 31st March / 10 - 3

Sabine Drueckler / $110

Sabine will take you through all the steps of making a soft cheese, starting with the fresh milk through to storing the cheese. It is the same process, if you are making Blue Vein or a Brie style cheese. With a little variation you make Feta - you will gain the confidence to go home and make your own soft cheese. Sabine will also show you how to make yoghurt, quark and butter. No expensive special gear is required. Sabine uses equipment that you will find in most kitchens.


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