Quality Dairy is in Our Lineage
We are families—not factories.
We’re proud to partner with a select group of independent family farms across beautiful Northern California. Some of our family farmers who have been in the dairy business for up to six generations!
We live where we work.
The families we partner with are heartfelt, values-based, and are downright hard workers. They’ve been stewards and residents of the land that is undeniably home to some of the best dairy in the country. They’re proud to share their families’ livelihood with you and your family.
Integrity—the Core of our family farms.
Our collection of family farms have always held themselves to a higher standard than the rest of the industry. All of our family farms are selected to partner with us because they adhere to the Clover Promise of Excellence.
See where Our Family Farmers live
Sonoma County has always been known as wine country. It also happens to be one of the best place on earth to be a cow. It’s where all the elements come together: the temperate, breezy coastal climate, the nutrient rich terroir, happy and healthy cows, and most importantly, the dedicated people who’ve been leading the way in dairy for generations. Welcome to milk country.
FAMILY FARMS ARE AT THE HEART OF CLOVER.
Click the cows to meet our family farms.Family Farms
Aggio Dairy Inc.
Santa RosaLocated in Santa Rosa, this fifth-generation dairy farm joined Clover in 2013. The combination of Mediterranean climate and gently rolling pastures provide a prime locale for their cows to graze freely.
Amos Brothers Dairy
Santa RosaMatt and Cubby Amos are proud to be taking forward a family dairy legacy that dates back to grandfather Glenn’s migration from Canada to Petaluma in the 1940s with a dairy that is situated on land first settled by homesteaders who arrived in Northern California in ox-pulled wagons in 1854.
Beretta Family Dairy
Santa RosaLocated in the Santa Rosa plains, this third generation dairy has been shipping organic milk to Clover since September 2018. The Beretta Dairy is truly a family operation with the fourth generation an integral part of the daily chores. When not on the dairy, father Doug and his daughter Jennifer give much of their time to the agricultural community by serving on various committees and boards.
HealdsburgBorn in Switzerland, Joe and Annemarie Bucher dreamt of owning a California ranch. Located in the heart of the Russian River Valley, for 50 years the family has improved the quality of their dairy herd from their own stock.
SebastopolNestled in the rolling hills south of Sebastopol, Buttke Dairy joined the Clover family in October, 2013. Named North Bay Outstanding Dairy of the Year in 2012, they continue their dedication to quality through the years.
Circle LC Corp
PetalumaTemperate and abundant with sunlight, the Petaluma climate provides an ideal environment for nurturing cows and producing delicious health-giving milk. This third-generation farm has been with Clover since 2012.
Dolcini Jersey Dairy
Petaluma Rd, NicasioLocated in Nicasio, the Dolcini’s focus on Jersey cows. Jerseys are known for producing milk with a high butterfat content and having a genial disposition. This sixth generation dairy farm has been organic and with Clover since 2011.
Double D Dairy #2
CeresWith Clover since 2016, Double D Dairy #2 makes Ceres its home. Situated in the San Joaquin Valley, south of Modesto and north of Turlock in Stanislaus County, the town of Ceres is named after the Roman goddess of agriculture. And that’s definitely a fitting locale for a family that has been dedicated for three generations to making the very best milk.
ModestoRelative newcomers to the Clover family of farms, Tony and Fatima Garcia’s Dairy in Modesto joined Clover in 2016. Their dedication to quality epitomizes the collaborative effort of all the farmers in the Clover network to make the best milk on the planet.
SonomaThe Johnson-Neles Dairy occupies 380 acres in Sonoma. For three generations they have been dedicated to producing fine dairy products and have been with Clover since 2012.
NicasioWith deep roots in dairy dating back to their ancestors in Northern Italy, the lelmorini’s repaired barns on the property and built their house from the ground up––all in the founding of what is now a thriving dairy on 1160 beautiful acres.
Ielmorini Moody Dairy
PetalumaLocated off of State Route 1 in an area of rolling coastal hills, the Ielmorini-Moody Dairy is a fourth-generation dairy farm producing high quality organic milk for Clover since 2013.
InvernessExtending from Kehoe Beach to Tomales Bay, Kehoe Dairy traverses the entire Pierce Point Peninsula. The brothers Kehoe, Tom, Tim and Mike, now run the dairy that their grandfather, James Kehoe started in 1922.
Roy King Dairy
PetalumaThe Petaluma-based Roy King Dairy has been a family dairy farm for three generations and with Clover since 2014. They are dedicated to producing the finest dairy possible for the full line of Clover products.
NicasioFounded in 1919 by Fred and Zelma Lafranchi, the 1,150 certified-organic acres of this dairy in the rolling hills and open ridgelines of Nicasio in west Marin County has passed down through the generations.
InvernessThe McClures have been in the dairy business on the Pt. Reyes Peninsula since Bob’s great-grandfather, James McClure emigrated here from Ireland in 1889. As Bob says, “It’s not easy country to have a dairy. The constant fog and wind make it a challenge, but the cows sure love it.”
N. McIsaac and Son
PetalumaFour generations of the McIsaac family have been dairy producers in Marin County, so it’s only natural that they would be dedicated to preservation of the land. As Neil II says, “We need to take care of the land and our animals to ensure that we’ll be here next year and beyond.” Taking care of the land they have, as Neil III and his wife Jessica perform the daily management of the dairy today with the fifth generation in tow. This is also the home of Clover Sonoma’s Pasture Eggs.
Moretti Family Dairy
PetalumaThe Moretti’s Marin roots are deep. Their family’s farm on 300 acres has been an operating dairy since the 1930’s––a local and time-proven testament to commitment and quality in producing the finest dairy possible.
Morrison Bros. Dairy
Santa RosaShipping organic milk to Clover since September 2018, the Morrison Bros. are doing their part to stay up on innovation. They recently built a carousel milk barn where the cows enter, take a ride around the carousel and exit when the ride is over. The cows love it, and so do the milkers!
SonomaThe Mulas Dairy Company has been with Clover since 2012, and organic since 2008. In the family for three generations, they’re located in the green and gentle pastoral lands of Sonoma, yet surrounded by acres of vineyards they manage for their wines.
BodegaThis 450-acre ranch on Bodega Highway has provided milk to Sonoma County residents for more than 50 years. Selected as the Sonoma County Dairy of the Year in 2003, Perucchi Dairy is owned and operated by a dedicated father-and-son team, Henry and Steve Perucchi.
Joe Pinheiro Dairy
Santa RosaAt the age of eighteen, Joe emigrated to the United States from the island of Faial in the Azores. When he found the beautiful 150 acre piece of land outside Santa Rosa in 1964, Joe knew he was home. Fifty years later, Pinheiro Dairy remains a local standout.
PetalumaThe Renati Dairy started shipping milk to Clover in 2011 under the partnership of a father and his twin sons. Nestled among pastures west of Petaluma, this ranch is ideal for dairy cows and grazing so in 2013 it was certified as organic and the Renati’s have been shipping organic milk to Clover since. Today, the fourth generation is an operating partner.
Jim Riebli Dairy
PetalumaA third generation dairyman, Jim Riebli works the same farm that his grandfather started in 1942. The Riebli Dairy’s 125-acres are located in Denman Flats on the west side of Petaluma, CA.
Gerald Spaletta Dairy
PetalumaTucked away at the foot of Sonoma Mountain in beautiful Petaluma, the 350-acre Gerald Spaletta Dairy has been part of the Clover family since April of 2011. Gerald Spaletta explains why: “We love being part of a company that allows the public to be aware of all we do to produce great milk.”
PetalumaWhat Paul Spaletta loves about Clover is that “they are a family oriented company and treat us like family.” The epitome of a family farm, three generations of Spalettas actively work the pristine and beautifully situated pastureland that makes up the Spaletta Ranch.
Santa RosaTerrilinda Dairy joined Clover in 2012, motivated to produce the highest quality product from healthy and happy cows. This Santa Rosa farm has been in the family for four generations.
FerndaleOrganic since 2006 and with Clover since 2015, the two-generation Vevoda Dairy has made its home in the Victorian village of Ferndale, a five-minute drive from California’s undeveloped lost coast and home to the annual and often wacky Kinetic Sculpture Race.
Our Family Farmers