[Sca-cooks] Fwd: [EK] Raw Milk at Pennsic
phlip at 99main.com
Fri Aug 4 06:53:02 PDT 2006
In case anyone's interested...
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Date: Aug 4, 2006 6:35 AM
Subject: [EK] Raw Milk at Pennsic (was Pennsic Chocolate Milk)
To: East Kingdom <sca-east at indra.com>
Cc: carolingia at indra.net
>From the discussion regarding the change in the chocolate milk at Pennsic I
have done some scouting and found good news. I have been talking with Adam
Dean of :
Dean Farms-Pasture Maid Creamery,
571 Cow Path Lane, New Castle PA
and he's quite excited to have our business. He knows of the SCA and has
been looking for new and exciting ways to sell his product. He has just been
certified this past January to sell raw milk from his farm. He produces
about 300 gallons a day so supply is limited but available. The milk has a
1 week shelf life and is fresh milked the morning it will be purchased.
Here's the procedure -
- Call him at 724-944-7894 for availability of product for that day,
or reserving a set amount for another day - this is a must
- Calls and pick up must be between 8:00am and 12:00pm. Since he is a
small dairy he would like to consolidate times so he can focus on the farm.
This is perfectly understandable
- Bring your own container. PA law does not allow him to sell outside
of his dairy so people must have their own vessel
- Raw whole milk (the only product) is $4.00 a gallon
Directions - 422 West toward New Castle. Go right at the red light at
Go right at the second cross road intersection is 388 & Frew Mill. Drive a
mile and a half. Go right into a dirt driveway. A half mile up the road
you will see the sign for Cowpath Lane to the dairy.
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