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217 Chester Street
Chester, NH


Thanks for visiting Millcreek Dairy Farm, a small, family farm in Chester, New Hampshire.  We share vegetables with our neighbors, clear land with our goats, and let our dogs run around to their hearts' content.  While we are far from fully sustainable, we seek to use the resources we have responsibly and efficiently.  We rotate our crops and pasture, fertilize with compost, and pick Japanese beetles off of the raspberry bushes by hand.   As our children navigate the world into which they were born, we hope to give them some healthy food as well as experiences that will sustain and ground them.

Although we have outside income - Jeff is a crop advisor and Karen is a teacher - we will also run the farm as a small business.  We sell our fresh produce only locally, but ship soap and syrup as far as the pacific northwest.  Please visit our products page and online store, if you are interested in trying some for yourself.

We serve all of New Hampshire but our regular customers are usually from the Rockingham County area. 



Millcreek Dairy Farm

Thank you for visiting Millcreek Dairy Farm, a small, licensed goat dairy in Chester, New Hampshire. Pastured on rolling fields and open woodlands, our herd of Saanen/Nubian/Alpine dairy goat does produce sweet delicious goats milk that we use to produce fresh chevré, yogurt, hard cheeses, and even handmade soaps.  

We're in the process of updating our website so please check it out and let us know what you think as it changes!

Goats milk is a wholesome alternative, easily digestible and naturally homogenized. We offer both raw and pasteurized goats milk varieties in our farm store. Our Grade A facility is designed for visitors, with lots of windows and opportunities to see the entire process. We hope you will stop in to pick up your favorite product, get to know the animals, tour the cheese plant, and try something new from the cheese cave.

While we are not fully sustainable, we seek to use the resources we have responsibly and efficiently. Many of our herbs and other additives grow on our farm from heritage strains and without pesticides. We rotate our crops and pastures, fertilize with compost, preheat our water with the sun, and know our animals by name.

We embrace organic best practices, and invite our customers to get to know our operation. Our goat dairy began as a small family farm. We have raised our children to know and appreciate where their food comes from, to be resourceful, and to care for the world into which they have been born. We hope to share our family experiences on the farm with our broader community.  Call today!  (603) 887-MILK (6455)