Our Dairy Products

Our local-foods grocery contains all your everyday needs: pasture-raised farm-fresh eggs, fresh local milk, and locally-made cheeses. Side Hill Farmers sources all its dairy products from family-owned dairy farms in Central New York, each of which produce their own product – whether milk, eggs, butter, or cheese – without the use of antibiotics, hormones, or promotants. Whether you’re tasting grass-fed butter, artisan cheese, or creamline milk, the local terroire and the comfort of the animals come through in the incredible flavor of the products.

See our list below for the local dairy products we carry. Our shelves always contain our pasture-raised eggs, our non-homogenized milk, and our grass-fed butter. And we carry a huge range of local artisan products, including sheep-milk cheeses, goat-milk cheeses, creme fraiche, and buttermilk.

We are proud of our local dairy producers.

*Some cheese selections may vary from time to time due to our producer’s small-batch production methods. Please contact us with any questions or if you would like to place a special order.


Pasture-raised Eggs

  • Goose Green Farm (Madison County)
  • Ingallside Meadows Farm (Madison County)

Grass-fed Butter, salted & unsaltedKriemhild Farm Dairy (Madison County)

Creamline milk (pasturized, not homogenized)Stoltzfus Farm Dairy (Oneida County)

Chocolate MilkStoltzfus Farm Dairy (Oneida County)

Heavy creamPittsford Farms Dairy (Monroe County)

ButtermilkPittsford Farms Dairy (Monroe County)

Eggnog (In season)Pittsford Farms Dairy (Monroe County)

Half & halfStoltzfus Farm Dairy (Oneida County)

Creme fraiche from grass-fed milkKriemhild Dairy (Madison County)


  • Sheeps-milk yogurt: Black Pearl Creamery (Tompkins County)
  • Cows-milk yogurt: Stoltzfus Farm Dairy (Oneida County)


  • Gouda: Muranda Cheese Company (Seneca County)
  • Aged cheddar: Ithaca Milk Company (Tompkins County)
  • Farmstead cows milk cheese: Stoltzfus Farm Dairy (Oneida County)

Cheese curdsStoltzfus Farm Dairy (Oneida County)


Goats milk cheese
  • Lively Run Dairy Farm (Seneca County)
    Chevre, Feta
  • 2 Kids Goat Farm (Cortland County)
    Halloumi, Chevre
Sheeps milk cheese
  • Dutch Girl Cheese (Otsego County)
  • Meadowood Farms (Madison County)
    Blue, Alpine-style
Cows milk cheese
  • Meadowood Farms (Madison County)
    Soft washed-rind
  • Dutch Girl Cheese (Otsego County)
    Raw, aged cheeses