Swan Brothers Dairy
All Are Welcome
Check Out Our Farm
Swan Bros. Dairy is a family owned and operated fourth generation dairy farm nestled in the northeast corner of Oklahoma. We offer our premium handcrafted cheeses and fresh raw milk at our farm store located in Claremore, Oklahoma.
We love to introduce visitors to our dairy and cattle, and we work hard to create an enjoyable, educational and family-friendly experience for everyone who stops by.
Farm tours will begin July 2021. For more information, please call our farm store.
If you were unable to schedule a tour this year, we still encourage you to stop by the farm. The picture windows within our milking parlor allow visitors to watch as our cows are being milked. Swan Bros. Dairy, Inc. was built to be enjoyed by our customers. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Our cows are the bread and butter (and milk) of our operation. At our farm, our girls always come first. Each cow receives a barn name and ear tag number so she can be easily identified.Learn More
What’s Fresh From the Farm
Our Grade A raw milk is produced only on our farm from our healthy cows in a pristine environment. We strive to not only provide our customers with the best tasting milk they have ever had the pleasure of drinking, but also the cleanest, freshest milk.
Our cheeses are made from only our high quality milk right here at our farm. Our cheese-making process takes approximately eight hours, and each minute is spent meticulously crafting our farm-fresh artisan cheeses. You will not find creamier, tastier cheeses than those created at our dairy. It is truly Oklahoma Premium Cheese!
Meet The Team
Keeping It In The Family
Swan Bros. Dairy began in 1923 by Ruby and Harley Swan, Sr. with just one cow. In 1962, Harley, Jr. and Larry Swan purchased the dairy from their father. In 2016, Diane Williamson purchased the dairy from her father, Harley Swan, Jr. You could say dairy farming is a family tradition.Learn More
Sneak A Peak
Summer might be the perfect season for many things – backyard barbecues, pool parties, neighborhood get-togethers and so much more! Summer, however, is not a cow’s favorite season. In fact, cattle prefer the air temperature to be around 40-65 degrees. Anything above this range can cause the cattle to overheat and go into heat stress. […]Read More