Left Foot Farm is a 5-acre family farm near Mount Rainier in Washington, currently raising about 100 dairy goats. We are a licensed Grade A Raw Milk dairy, and proud to share great tasting milk from our girls.There are so many variables that go into milk production and we are always learning. Pasture rotation, types of forage, varieties of grain and fodder—these are some of the elements we are either experimenting with now, or plan to examine more closely soon.Left Foot seeks to utilize the most sustainable and organic methods possible in a dairy. We breed our goats year-round on a rotating basis, with the goal of producing conformational and productive dairy goats in a caring and humane setting. The Farm tests annually for CAE, CL, Brucellosis, TB, and Q Fever.We are grateful to have a healthy, happy herd. Our crew is blessed to enjoy life on the farm with the goats. Please schedule a visit with us and check out Left Foot Farm! Thank you for your interest in our herd.
We raise Nigerian Dwarf goats who spend their days roaming the green pastures in the foothills of Mt. Rainier.Our goats are fed a nutritious diet and milked with care to produce high-quality raw milk, rich in vitamins and nutrients.Why Raw Milk?Raw milk is just as it comes from the goat. It is filtered and cooled, but otherwise unprocessed. “Raw” means that it has not been pasteurized, a process by which the milk is heated to a high temperature to kill harmful bacteria. Pasteurization also kills vitamins A, C, B-complex, and 20% of the iodine in raw milk.Locally Made, In Small BatchesThese days, many people want to limit their exposure to mass-produced, overly-processed foods. Our milk is made the old-fashioned way: small batches from your local farm!Is Raw Milk Safe?Even though raw milk is not pasteurized, it must still meet federal food safety standards set by the FDA and the U.S. Public Health Service.You should only buy raw milk from a farm with strict health and sanitation practices. We are a certified Grade “A” Raw Milk Producer, and our facility has been inspected and licensed as a Milk Processing Plant by the Washington State Department of Agriculture.While raw milk poses a little health risk to most people, those with weakened immune systems, such as pregnant women, very young children, and the elderly, should not consume raw milk.Store your milk at 40° F. Shelf life is about two weeks