Food from Organic Pastured Animals
A PRIVATE CLUB FOR MEMBERS ONLY
Grassfed cows, fresh raw dairy, and Pastured Chickens
Pick up every other week in NW Miami, Coral Gables, or Weston, FL
(Dade Co. or Broward Co. locations)
ORDERING DEADLINES & PICKUP DATES
next order must be placed before Noon on Tue May 28. Pickup your order in Miami (1400 NW 23 St or 7250 SW 41st)
and in Coral Gables on Mon June 3 & Weston on Tues June 4. LATE FEE: Orders received after Noon
Tue May 28 through 9am Thur May 30 will incur a $20 Late Fee.
About the Farm
Miller's Organic Farm, a reputable Amish farm which grass-feeds cows and goats which are leased by a community of club members. The members of this private club pay labor, board, and bottling fees to have the farmers take good care of the animals, and provide the milk or meat from their animal lease. Click the "Registration" link above to join, and then fill out the Online Application. Check the FAQs page for Frequently Asked Questions and to see some sample costs (or go here to request a price list).
The benefits of leasing your own farm animals from this Amish farm is that it is an affordable way to obtain fresh and unprocessed organic dairy from your own healthy 100% grass-fed cows, meat from your cows/pig/turkey/lamb/sheep, or chicken and eggs from your happy free-roaming hens who are not fed any soy or GMO corn. Miller's Farm uses SEA MINERALS on their soil giving it nutrients which have protective benefits against radiation. This leads to healthier grass, and healthier pastured animals. The farmers charge members the costs of labor and board for the animals, and the prices are very reasonable considering the high quality care and food they receive.
There is NO minimum payment due each month. You pay a prorated cost for the labor, board, and care of foods you wish the farmer to bottle or package for you. However members must pay an annual $35 fee. The foods obtained by the members are STRICTLY AVAILABLE TO MEMBERS ONLY.
HOW DOES THE CLUB WORK?QUALITY OF THE FOOD
Join the club by paying a $35 annual fee and order as often as 2x monthly, or as occasionally as you wish. Order on this website at least 1 week prior to our twice monthly delivery/pickup dates which occurs every two weeks. On pickup day, a refrigerated truck delivers these fresh foods to 3 locations (NW Miami, Coral Gables, and Weston), and members go to their assigned pickup location to get their pre-paid order. You must order at least 7 days prior to delivery to avoid late fees. See Calendar.
The fresh dairy products are delicious and include amazing fresh un-homogenized raw milk, raw yogurt, raw kefir, raw sour cream, cultured butter, cottage cheese, fermented veggies, grass fed beef, pastured chicken, turkey, lamb, and pork. Miller's is a small and ethical farm, and run by an Amish family. Miller's Farm has been upholding organic and grass-fed farming practices since 2003. Organizations including Weston A Price Foundation and RealMilk.com have been recommending Miller Farm for several years for their excellence.
The quality of the dairy and meats is far beyond the organic food in the health food store, and this is because the animals are kept healthy by being allowed to roam freely and feed on pasture and grasses (not grains). This gives the dairy a nice yellow color rich with enzymes, beneficial bacteria, and fat soluble vitamins (A, D, K2, CLA).
Another remarkable difference in the animals is that the life span of cows on pasture is 10-15 years. They are raised on their mother's milk and not formula. In comparison, conventionally raised cows live only THREE years! They are "burnt out" by the factory farm system which badly abuses them. You do not want to drink conventional milk!
Would you like to find out more? Sign up for our newsletter on the right side, and click on Registration above to start on the path to obtaining healthier food for your family! Contact Us. We look forward to having you become a valued club member!
Photo Tour of Miller's Organic Farm Nov 2010
The Healthy Food Club was featured in Natural Awakenings Magazine Aug 2011 (p.11)