Dairy/Eggs

Dairy

Milk, Yogurt, Sour Cream, Whipping Cream, and Half and Half 
Snowville Creamery – Pomeroy, OH

Farmstead Cheeses
Laurel Valley Creamery – Gallipolis, OH

Butter
Minerva Dairy – Minerva, OH

Goat’s Milk Cheeses
Sweet Violet Farm & Creamery – LeRoy, WV

Ice Cream
Bernoulli Small Batch Ice Cream – Louisville, KY
Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream – Columbus, OH

Eggs

Chicken Eggs
Asberry Farm – Salt Rock, WV
Avalon Farms – Lesage, WV
Back Acher Farms – Rush, KY
Call Farm – Milton, WV
Harveytown Hideaway – Huntington, WV
KR’s Produce – Glenwood, WV
Larry Foster Farm – Fraziers Bottom WV
Morning Hollow Farm – Milton, WV
Noni’s Farm – Wheelersburg, OH
Appalachian Forrest Herbs – East Lynn, WV
Tangle Ridge Farm – Scottown, OH
Perry’s Farm – Dunlow, WV
Laurel Valley Creamery – Gallipolis, OH

Duck Eggs
Jerrill Vance – Culloden, WV
Harveytown Hideaway – Huntington, WV

9 Responses to Dairy/Eggs

  1. Lauren Panell says:

    How often do you have duck eggs?

    • BethAnn Earl says:

      Lauren, IT really depends on the farmers and their ducks :) Unfortunately, we do not have a dedicated duck egg producer at the moment. I will suggest to the market manager that he make a facebook post whenever duck eggs do come in.

  2. wallace baisden says:

    do you sell raw milk??? greek yogurt made from raw milk???? wallace

    • BethAnn Earl says:

      Wallace,

      We do not sell raw milk. We do however have Snowville Creamery dairy products and goat milk during the summer season. We carry a cheddar cheese that is made from raw milk that is very delicious as well.

      Thanks,
      The Wild Ramp

  3. Icie McKinney says:

    What the price on the fresh eggs

    • BethAnn Earl says:

      Eggs are available from several different producers and range in price from $3.50 to $5.00. Some are pastured raised hens, some are organically raised. They also come from different types of hens which means you get a variety of sizes, colors, and tastes. We also have duck eggs occasionally.

  4. whitney paugh says:

    are any of your eggs pastured? if so, which farms do they come from? thanks!

    • Raine says:

      Hi Whitney,
      All of our eggs come from cage-free producers. Some use rotating pasturing, some allow their chickens to roam free, some use fences to protect their birds from predators, and some provide their birds with indoor and outdoor access. It really depends on the unique situation of each farmer.

      • BethAnn Earl says:

        Eggs are available from several different producers and range in price from $3.50 to $5.00. Some are pastured raised hens, some are organically raised. They also come from different types of hens which means you get a variety of sizes, colors, and tastes. We also have duck eggs occasionally.

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