Ralph and Ann Frye’s dairy farm is located amongst a grove of trees, lining their long driveway, and rolling fields in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. The Frye’s have been supplying Turner’s with milk since the farms inception in 1976. The Frye’s currently have three generations on the farm, milking approximately 45 cows.
At Hopeway Dairy in Westmoreland County, multiple generations of the Frye family work together every day to keep their family farm running. Partners with Turner's since 1975, the Fryes manage approximately 1,000 acres of farmland while caring for and milking their herd of roughly 250. The farm sits atop a ridge with a view of farms as far as the eye can see - fields filled with corn, silos and bright red and white barns dot the landscape.
Watch Turner's "Farm to Bottle" video and you'll hear from (and see their farming operation) the Carr family at Lone Oak Farms in Westmoreland County. A Turner's partner for more than 50 years, the Carrs will be the first to tell you that farming is in their blood; it's their life and they'd have it no other way.
On a picturesque corner of Indiana County lies the Beiler Family Dairy Farm. The Beiler family settled in Western Pennsylvania in 1992 and began their partnership with Turner Dairy Farms that same year. Multiple generations of the family work on their beautiful farm that's complete with rolling fields, a pond and a grove of trees soaring above the driveway
Since 1930, Turner’s has been producing the freshest, best tasting dairy products right here in Western Pennsylvania.
Local Agriculture is the heart & soul of what we do – Turner’s partners exclusively with 35 local, family dairy farms within 70 miles of our processing facility. Our farm partners are endlessly dedicated to healthy, happy cows and sustainably cultivating their land. All Turner’s milk and dairy products are free from antibiotics and artificial growth hormones (rBGH).
Turner’s has earned more than 100 awards for taste and quality at national dairy product competitions since 1998. In 2021, Turner’s became the first Pennsylvania Dairy to extend their shelf life for fresh milk and cream beyond previous government mandates. Turner’s shelf-life extension is verified by 3rd party quality testing and approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture.
Holding ourselves to a Higher Standard of quality has always been at the forefront…
…Because we believe your family deserves it.