Drake Family Farms in a century goat dairy farm and creamery located in West Jordan, Utah that sells a wide variety of products including: raw goat milk (available for purchase only at the farm), grade a pasteurized goat milk, natural European style yogurt, and four varieties of cheese (chevre – 7 flavors; mozzarella, feta and ricotta).
Drake Family Farms is dedicated to the best care for their farm and animals – the best quality milk comes from happy healthy goats; and the best cheese comes only from the highest quality milk.
All the goats on the farm have names and are registered with the American Dairy Goat Association. We love our goats and give them a very high standard of care. Goats are like dogs with individual personalities and we consider every goat a pet. The herd consists of Nubian, Saanen, Alpine, and Snubian Goats. (Snubians are a hybrid cross between Saanen and Nubians).
Can Be Found Here:
- Salt Lake City Farmers Market
- Murray Park Utah Farm Bureau Farmers Market
- Whole Foods – Utah Stores
- Liberty Heights Fresh
- Good Earth Natural Foods (Provo, Orem, American Fork, Sandy)
- Fairweather Natural Foods (Park City)
“I love the caramel-flavored goat cheese. So subtle and creamy, and not too sweet.” – Kimberly Spurgeon, Facebook Review
“I found and returned to Drake Family Farm in South Jordan many times. Love the yogurt…adore the flavored cheeses. My favorite is the Apricot ❣️❣️ A dessert all by itself! Today I found it had returned to Harmon’s in Riverton. Yum 😋. – Jerri Mellas, Google Review
“I love coming here. I go to buy things and to watch the baby goats. They have a little store and I love the chev cheese. It is beyond delicious. If you go to the house north of the store they have goat milk soap, lotion, and lip balm for sale. I tried the rose petal soap and the super scrubber and I don’t think I’ll ever use anything else. My skin has been so irritated and dry and using the soap completely changed that. I looked up other handmade soaps and they have soap fillers this soap the only liquid is fresh goat’s milk. Love that.” – Jessica Pilling, Google Review