Eggs & Dairy
Our Partners in Quality - Eggs & Dairy
Happy Cows Make Better Milk, Happy Chickens Make Better Eggs. Here at Outpost, the humane treatment of animals is a top priority. Our egg & dairy department offers local milk, yogurt, butter, and eggs from family farms where animals are raised in accordance with nature. Outpost offers a wide selection of antibiotic and hormone-free dairy options, and we feature a variety of local and regional products at the best prices possible. You’ll taste the difference when you try our local and organic butter, sour cream, cottage cheese and milk from some of our favorite farms in Wisconsin.
Outpost staff is well-informed about your food allergies and special dietary needs. Stop in and see our huge selection of lactose-free, soy, and rice products. We know that the origins of your food are important to you, and we’re proud to feature Organic Valley soy products, made from beans grown right here in the Midwest.
Look for the local-regional signs in our aisles to find more local treasures just like these!
Crystal Ball FarmsMiles to Market - 331
Troy DeRosier grew up on a dairy farm. Farming’s all he ever wanted to do. Troy and his wife, Barbara, run Crystal Ball Farms in Osceola, a small village on the banks of the St. Croix River in northwestern Wisconsin. Troy’s family had never really used chemicals for farming to begin with, so making the switch to becoming a completely organic dairy made perfect sense.Go to Complete Vendor Profile
Kalona SuperNaturalMiles to Market - 288
There’s something special about Kalona SuperNatural dairy products. The name says it all. These dairy products are as close to their natural state as possible.Go to Complete Vendor Profile
Milo's Poultry FarmsMiles to Market - 136
As Milo Bontrager sees it, chickens are a lot like people: every one is unique. Milo keeps a watchful eye over his flocks as they roam around outside on his organic farms in northeast Wisconsin.Go to Complete Vendor Profile
New Century FarmMiles to Market - 140
Dean Dickel didn't set out to be an egg farmer. Years ago, he was growing conventional grains in Iowa, when something funny started to happen. He and his family started feeling poorly. A lot of farmers would shrug it off. Not Dean. He wondered if the chemicals he used might be making his family sick. That’s when Dean stopped using toxic pesticides and fertilizers and made a commitment to use organic practices.Go to Complete Vendor Profile
Organic ValleyMiles to Market - 175
It began in the late 1980s, when a small group of farmers in southwest Wisconsin came up with an idea to create a cooperative and confront that decade’s farm crisis head on.Go to Complete Vendor Profile
Sassy Cow CreameryMiles to Market - 80
James Baerwolf and his brother, Rob, learned the dairying business growing up on the dairy farm their parents operated north of Madison. The brothers are farming land their grandfather started farming in the mid-1940s.Go to Complete Vendor Profile
Sugar River DairyMiles to Market - 108
The idea for Sugar River Dairy came to Ron Paris after attending a dairy conference in 1999. He lived in an area of the state with a rich dairy history, but he couldn’t think of anyone who was making yogurt. So he decided he would.Go to Complete Vendor Profile
Yuppie Hill PoultryMiles to Market - 42
It all started with a couple of hens. Lynn Lein’s children brought them home and the family built a fancy coop for the hens. It was finished inside and had curtains, so it would look nice. Lein’s children are now grown and Yuppie Hill Poultry, her farm in rural Walworth County, continues to grow.Go to Complete Vendor Profile