Herd Share Purchase Details

Receiving raw, unpasteurized living milk as a herd share owner requires the following three steps:

1.) Purchase the number of ownership shares you wish to own from below and select your pickup location (ZOE Farms, Fairlawn, Lakewood, Northfield) This is a one-time purchase, not a recurring payment. You now own a percentage of the herd just like you would own a percentage of a company from buying a stock share of it.

2.) Sign a bill of sale agreement and agistment (boarding) agreement. An electronic file will be sent to you for digital signing after we receive your share purchase confirmation

3.) Once we have your documents digitally signed, you are now ready to pay your monthly boarding management fees. This is the only recurring payment you will be making each month.

FOR EXAMPLE: I want a half gallon of milk each week. This means I purchase one "New Ownership Share". After I sign my documents, I am ready to pay for my "March Boarding Fee". When April comes, I have to pay for my "April Boarding Fee" and so on. If I want one gallon per week, I buy two shares and pay two boarding fees.


This might sound complex at first, but it's really quite simple. We are here to guide you though the process if you have any questions.

To Purchase grass-fed/finished beef, pasture-raised free-range chicken and more, Visit Zoe Farms. The Keim Herd Share and ZOE Farms use the same pickup points, so you can integrate your food purchases with your milk pickups.