Woodside Meadows Farm Woodside Meadows Farm

Welcome to Woodside Meadows Farm
Rudy and Amanda Bricker
Deford, Mi

We are a 100% grass fed base pasture dairy implementing organic practice,
 along with having old breeds of cows with DNA for A2 milk.
We haven't tested the cow for A2, but the old breeds genetically carry the DNA.

We are a Amish farm with 10 children, we are happy to be able to 
provide raw milk to those want to join into a Herd Share agreement. 

We provide a delivery service to the city that Jenny Samuelson handles,
 along with the Herd Share contracts and your orders.

 All delivery locations are listed on the Delivery location page. 
You must be able to pick up your milk from a location listed at the time indicated. 

Herd Share are a legal way to obtain raw milk in the State of Michigan. 
We don't sell raw milk you, obtain raw milk from your ownership.

As a member you will sign a legal contract 
understanding the risk of raw milk and your responsibility as a member. 

We are accepting new members in January along with taking deposits for the CSA for vegetables in 2022

EFFECTIVE JANUARY 2022 new pricing ​
The contract is electronic and has a $10 one time set up fee. 
Then the Herd Share cost is $90.00 yearly fee, 
this will be prorated until the end of each year. 
Yearly renewal fee are $70.00 due in December.


Milk is $12.50 a gallon which covers bottling, delivering, boarding and feeding of the cows.
Milk increase of .50 cents will go in effect January 2022

You must obtain milk every 3 weeks or a $15 fee will be charged or your contract will be terminated. 

Only thing we are selling is a Herd Share so you can obtain your milk from the Herd.

This is your milk and your responsibility to place orders on time 
and pick up your order at the delivery location you choose. 
If your milk is not picked up you are responsible for all cost on what you ordered. 

Raw milk is perishable item.

If interested in joining the herd share fill out the request information below.

We will be offering a CSA to obtain Vegetables 2022 for the growing season, 
we will start taking deposits in January 2022



Farm days members getting a hay ride and tour of the farm.

The building in the back ground is the milking facility,
 along with an ice house to keep bottled milk cold.