About Us

The Dungeness Valley Creamery is a family owned and operated raw milk dairy located in Sequim, WA. We practice the most clean and sanitary conditions from the milking parlor to our customers. We eat and drink what we produce, and are proud to be a provider of this high quality natural food throughout Western Washington.

Mission Statement:

The Dungeness Valley Creamery, a family owned and operated business, exists to honor God through preserving good stewardship of land and cattle. We strive to offer wholesome raw dairy products and a nostalgic ambiance to enhance our communities health, well-being and life.

Please take a look around our site to learn more about our farm, products, and about the many benefits of raw milk.


We, the Brown family, operated our first dairy in Sequim, WA when we purchased 20 cows in 1971.  In 1973 we purchased a 76 acre farm in Everson, WA where we milked holsteins under contract to a large milk processor. Upon returning home to the North Olympic Peninsula in 1989, we built our current facility from the ground up and started producing milk in 1992. At that time, we switched our herd from Holsteins to Jerseys to improve the richness and quality of our milk. In 2006 Dungeness Valley Creamery became a Certified Raw Milk Dairy in pursuit of keeping our family’s farm sustainable.

Today, the Dungeness Valley Creamery is located on the Dungeness River one mile from the historic community of Dungeness. It is home to 38 acres of lush pasture, 60 Jersey cows, the newly built creamery and the Brown family home.

Our goal is to provide the very best raw milk directly from our farm to you!

Why Raw Milk? Our raw milk is unpasteurized and non-homogenized straight from the cow. It’s milk how it used to be on grandpa’s farm, fresh with thick cream rising to the top. Yum! Not only does it taste good, but the health benefits of raw milk are significant. Increasing scientific findings recognize raw milk as a natural treatment for conditions such as high blood pressure, obesity, and diabetes, to name a few.

See the “About Raw Milk” section for more information.