Address: 11610 Stratford Rd, Moses Lake WA 98837 / (509) 431-7329
About Us / Lucky Hook Dairy History: Jessi Maurer always wanted to be involved in farming, so when she turned 20 and moved to the country, she started buying livestock. More than 30 years later, Jessi and her husband Dennis raise 100 Alpine and Saanen dairy goats on Lucky Hook Dairy in Moses Lake, Washington. Their dairy operation has always been pasture-based and animal health has always been central to their business.\nJessi and Dennis wanted to certify their dairy herd Animal Welfare Approved in order to have an unbiased third party reaffirm that they’re doing the right thing. They have received a lot of positive feedback about their AWA certification from their customers. Not every consumer can come out the farm to see how Lucky Hook raises its animals, but still want to know about the source of their dairy products.\nJessi is proud that Lucky Hook goats are raised on pasture without the use of unnecessary antibiotics or growth promotants. Lucky Hook Dairy goats have access to pastures of clover and mixed grasses during the spring, summer and fall months and are offered an alfalfa and grass mix from pesticide- and herbicide-free fields on a free choice basis, throughout the year.\nWhile the economics of farming are tough, Jessi and Dennis are excited about continuing to grow their small business, improving animal welfare practices and farm infrastructure. Their goat milk is sold throughout the Moses Lake area. Visit www.luckyhookfarm.com for more information or contact Jessi at firstname.lastname@example.org or (509) 431-7329.