1. Superior flavor & freshness

  2. The best-tasting milk you can buy.

  3. Family-owned & local

  4. When our products get to your table, they may be only a few hours old. Our products are available at several grocery stores and restaurants within a 25-mile radius of the farm. Buying local is good for the economy and the environment.

  5. Just our cows

  6. The milk comes only from the cows in our closed herd.

  7. No added hormones

  8. We do not inject our cows with rBST/rBGH.

Family member Beckett Hansen thinks our gallon jug is a convenient, single serving.

Why choose Hansen’s Farm Fresh Dairy?

  1. Pasteurized

  2. We use a high-temperature,
    short-time (HTST) pasteurization process to best preserve the natural flavor of the milk.

  3. Creamline milk -
    ‘Shake, shake, pour!’

  4. Homogenization breaks down the molecules of milk, which destroys its natural state. Our milk is non-homogenized. Some people with lactose intolerance say they can consume Hansen’s products with no ill effects. The cream rises to the top, so remember to shake well before serving.

  5. Sell-by date

  6. The date stamped on Hansen’s products is a sell-by date, not an expiration date.

Hansen’s Dairy Farm

8461 Lincoln Rd.

Hudson, IA 50643

(319) 939-2187

What’s new?

Hansen’s products recognized

Hansen's Dairy has been recognized statewide this summer for their ice cream, cheese curds and milk.

The Des Moines Register mentioned Hansen's Dairy cheese curds in their article "Iowa's growing cheese industry takes center stage."

The Hansen's Dairy Waterloo store was also featured as No. 6 on Travel Iowa's web site for "21 Cool Ice Cream Shops."

And for something new, we are joining with the Northeast Iowa Food Bank to provide fresh, nutritious milk to those in need. We are committed to donating 100 gallons of Hansen’s milk each week, and the Food Bank is committed to purchasing 400 gallons of Hansen’s milk each week. Together, we will help fight hunger in our community!

It’s harvest time, and Hansen’s Dairy will be sharing their bounty of local food with a Down on the Farm Breakfast.

The event will be from 8 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016, at the Hansen’s Tour Center, 8461 Lincoln Road, Hudson.

Attendees must purchase tickets before the event at Hansen’s Dairy stores in Waterloo, Cedar Falls and Hudson. Tickets will not be sold the day of the breakfast. Adults are $10; children ages 6-12 are $5; and children 5 and younger are free. Buy early as only 300 tickets will be sold.

Down on the Farm Breakfast


The menu includes all-you-can-eat homemade pancakes with syrup from Great River Maple in Garnavillo; ham from Beeler’s Pure Pork in Le Mars; sliced apples from Apples on the Avenue in Nashua; yogurt parfaits from Country View Dairy in Hawkeye and O’Brien’s Own Granola in Center Point; coffee from Sidecar Coffee Roasters in Cedar Falls; apple cider from Wilson’s Orchard in Iowa City; and, of course, Hansen’s milk, cream and butter.

Attendees can also enjoy farm activities, including riding the trolley; seeing the cows, kangaroos and goats; and playing games.