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  • Carrie (Saturday, October 20 18 07:35 am EDT)

    The BEST local butter & milk from grass-fed cows!

  • H. Hughes Griggs (Wednesday, October 17 18 09:00 pm EDT)

    I've been getting 6-8 gallons of milk at at time from Irish Acres, as well as their other wholly delightful offerings (yogurt, butter, kefir, etc...), for a while now and have come to really enjoy picking up the milk at the farm.
    We were previously buying organic, grass fed milk from Whole Foods or Publix at $6-8 for HALF gallons of absurdly lesser quality, weeks-and-weeks old milk. Buying from Irish Acres actually SAVES US MONEY on top of providing superior health benefits for my family.
    At first, my husband (a lifelong skim or 2% milk guy) was not thrilled at the idea of rich, whole milk. It only took about 2 glasses to completely change his mind. ;) He's a quart a day guy now, who pesters me when we start to run low on milk. ;)
    This is phenomenally fresh whole milk -- WITH CREAM ON TOP -- that, in our experience, stays delicious and without a hint of taste change for easily two weeks or more.
    Every once in a while I arrive at milking time and one of the girls will be casually snacking from a bucket while being milked. Beautiful, gentle and sweet cows that make the best milk ever. I could sing their praises for pages and pages, but, in short, if you're looking to buy local and buy raw, this is the place.

    PS - There's a farm that sells fresh, local honey just down the road from Irish Acres. You can get both in one trip! :D

  • wendy palumbo (Wednesday, October 10 18 02:55 pm EDT)

    I highly recommend this farm. They are maticulous and caring in the care of their farm animal. The products are just amazing. 5 stars all the way!!

  • Ken F. (Monday, July 23 18 11:19 pm EDT)

    Very impressed with the clean and natural environment at Irish Acres. Knowledgeable owners who freely give advice and tips . Worth the drive and the produce is top of the line. And yes.... they are Irish.

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