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“Healing the planet through agriculture”

“The sun with loving light makes bright for me each day, the soul with spirit power gives strength unto my limbs. In sunlight shining clear I revere, Oh God, the strength of humankind, which thou has planted in my soul, that I may with all my might, may love to work and learn. From thee stream light and strength to thee rise love and thanks.”
- Rudolf Steiner

Kimberton Hills Dairy Farm


1601 Pughtown Road
Kimberton, PA 19442, United States
Phone: 610-935-0314
Public Contact: Thomas Trzcinski / Jessica White

About Us

Camphill Village Kimberton Hills Dairy farm is nestled into a land-based intentional community that includes adults with developmental disabilities. The farming community is part of the international Camphill Movement, founded in 1972. Our mission is to create an environment of self-transformation for the individual to nourish the ability to be in the world in a fuller way and to contribute to healthy social and ecological endeavors.

Our crew consists of ten farmers including villagers(adults with special needs), service volunteers, and co-workers(long-term committed individuals). Together, we form a close-knit team to meet the needs of the farm and animals.

We have a milking herd of 45 cows, the majority of which are Brown Swiss and Friesian. We also have 40 to 50 young dairy calves, heifers, and bulls. We are committed to rotational grazing as a management tool for the health and sustainability of the animals and the land. Our animals are fed solely on diverse pastures from April to November. In winter, they are housed in loafing sheds and fed grass-based silage.

We sell our milk to Kimberton Whole Food Stores within Chester County, PA, as well as, Seven Stars Farm, a yogurt company, and Weckerly's Ice Cream business that is based in Philadelphia, PA.

Certified Products




  • Raw Dairy


Cropped: 240 Acres
Total Acreage: 240 Acres

How We Sell Our Products

  • CSA
  • Farmers Markets
  • Retail | Whole Foods

Farmers' Markets

Stores that Stock Our Products