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     Young’s Jersey Dairy
    6880 Springfield-Xenia Rd
    Yellow Springs, OH 45387

    General Information/The Dairy Store: (937) 325-0629
    The Golden Jersey Inn: (937) 324-2050
    Udders & Putters: (937) 325-0502
    Picnics & Catering: (937) 605-2584

    LOVE THIS PLACE! Visiting from Florida, and we also grew up here, so it’s nice to be back in Ohio and visiting our favorite places. it’s as awesome as I remember and it’s built up so much more! I enjoyed taking our granddaughter through the barns, and then of course for ice cream after. It was a fun-filled day; one we’ll be unlikely to forget.

    We had yet another great time. Food, ice cream, driving range, batting cages, feeding the goats. I don’t know how the young workers manage to serve so many people as quickly as they do. If you come and it looks crowded, don’t worry because they handle it so well.

    This was our first visit to Young’s Dairy and by far my favorite pumpkin patch. I love that you pay per pumpkin and not person for the hay ride and you actually go out into the field and look for your perfect pumpkin. My kids loved it! The animals seemed well cared for and the kids enjoyed feeding them. There were plenty of hand washing and sanitizing stations around. There were lots of staff around for newcomers like us that had questions and I really liked how everything was spread out.

    Young’s Jersey Dairy Since 1869

    Young’s history begins in 1869 when relatives of the Young Family built the red barn. Hap Young bought the 60-acre farm and house shortly after the end of World War II. For the next 10 years, Hap and his three sons Carl, Bob, and Bill, farmed the 60 acres, plus up to 500 additional rented acres. They grew grain, raised hogs, and milked cows.

    In 1958, the Young Family decided to try to sell our Jersey milk directly to the public. The first sales room was a modest operation. We built a 10′ by 10′ room onto the end of the milk room. The equipment was also modest – some glass jugs, a refrigerator, a cash drawer, and the honor system. The customer would drive up, open the refrigerator, get his gallon of milk, leave an empty jug and the money, and drive away.

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