Milk Home Delivery
Longmont Dairy Farm has been processing milk and delivering it fresh to the doorstep of thousands of satisfied customers for over five decades. The fresher the milk, the better the taste, and that means families love our milk. We bottle the milk at our own local dairy to control the quality of the entire process, and deliver the best in nutrition to you.
Our milk delivery is overnight, and fresh from our farm.
Cities/Areas that we deliver to the majority of the area:
Arvada, Berthoud, Boulder, Brighton, Broomfield, Castle Pines, Centennial, Dacono, Erie, Firestone, Frederick, Golden, Greenwood Village, Gunbarrel, Highlands Ranch, Hygiene, Ken Caryl, Lafayette, Littleton, Longmont, Lone Tree, Louisville, Lyons, Mead, Niwot, Parker, Reunion, Superior, Westminster
Cities/Areas that we have limited delivery:
Aurora, Castle Rock, Columbine, Commerce City, Denver, Englewood, Federal Heights, Fort Lupton, Henderson, Hudson, Lakewood, Loveland, Morrison, Northglenn, Platteville, Thornton, Wheat Ridge
If you would like to start service with us, your may fill out the Sign Up Here form above or call us at
Summer Milk Tips
While our special milk coolers do a lot to prevent milk from spoiling, remember to:
- Place your milk cooler where the driver can see it but where it will be shaded from the early morning sunlight.
- Refrigerate the milk as soon as possible.
- Rinse out your milk cooler on a regular basis so it won’t smell.
- Keep milk out of the light. Sunlight destroys vitamins.
- Set your refrigerator to 35-40° F.
(The average shelf life of milk at 40°F is 10-12 days.)
Remember: FIFO First one in, first one out!
Be sure to rotate milk products in your refrigerator to reduce spoilage.
Winter Milk Tips
- Bring milk in as soon as possible.
- Keep the milk cooler close to the house.
- Leave a towel next to the milk cooler and we will bundle it up after delivery.
If your milk freezes —
If the bottle is not broken, the milk can be thawed at room temperature. Unseal the cap and place the bottle in the sink, in case it leaks or spills. “Thawed” milk is perfectly safe to drink. Return the bottles to the refrigerator as soon as possible.