Got Tennessee Milk?

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Support local farmers by purchasing dairy produced right here in Tennessee. Just look for the red and blue Tennessee Milk logo, which identifies milk and dairy products sourced and processed entirely within the state. To find more local dairies near you, visit picktnproducts.org.

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Broadacre Dairies

This family dairy is the operation behind Weigel’s Farm Stores, Inc. The business began with just four cows in 1931 but now encompasses 64 stores across East Tennessee selling Broadacre Dairies products. Learn more and browse Weigel’s store locations at weigels.com.

Groves Family Dairy

This Robertson County dairy produces everything from whole, light and skim milk to seasonal strawberry milk and boiled custard.

Hatcher Family Dairy

Located in College Grove, Hatcher Family Dairy has been producing quality milk since 1831. The fifth-generation family farm now operates its own on-site creamery and bottling plant.

MTSU Creamery

Located in MTSU’s School of Agriculture, this unique operation involves students in every step of milk production from the university dairy farm to the dining hall and off-campus retailers. Learn more at mtsu.edu/agriculture.

Noble Springs Dairy

This goat dairy in Franklin produces farm-fresh chèvre and feta cheese, goat’s milk, yogurt, and more. The farm also offers creamery tours and cheese tastings, as well as Kid Cuddling Days with baby goats in the spring. To learn more about their products or plan a visit, go to noble-springs.com.

Shop Springs Creamery

Shop for fresh local milk, ice cream and other dairy products at this Wilson County creamery and farm store near Lebanon.

Stooksbury Dairy Creamery

This family-owned dairy farm in Jefferson City produces old-fashioned creamline milk bottled at its own on-site processing plant.

Sunrise Dairy

Purchase milk, butter and ice cream fresh from the farm at this family dairy in Crossville. You can find their products at the on-site farm store or the Ebenezer Road Farmers’ Market in Knoxville.

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  1. Tina Johnson

    May 19, 2020 at 12:22 am

    I never knew all these farms existed.

    Thanks, but I’m lactose intolerant

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