Hey Wjones, I got something for you. There's a brand that's been showing up a lot in Chicago, and they recently overhauled their product line. It's Kalona SuperNatural, and their cream (I've got some in front of me right now) is organic, grass-fed, non-homogenized, with no added hormones -- and "vat-pasteurized at 155 °F." Sounds good, right?
Kalona is located in Iowa, but if you look at their locations page you'll see that although they don't sell anywhere in Ohio, they do sell in plenty of places outside the Midwest, and they do sell at a lot of Whole Foods stores, so I'd bet that if you talked to your local Whole Foods about it you could get them to order some, since the company is used to doing business with Kalona.
Looks like it's actually a consortium of farms, but they say they know everyone who provides products for their label, and there's lots of good stuff on the site like this:
Our organic products are among the
most supremely natural and nutritious
dairy products on the market. That’s
because we believe in doing less—not
more—when it comes to our food. Our
milk comes from small, sustainable
farms with average herds of 35 cows.
We process the milk at the lowest
temperature possible, allowing us to
deliver our products in their most
natural state. That means Kalona
SuperNatural™ products not only taste
fresh, they are fresh.
Hope they're not pulling a fast one on us. Looks like it's for real.
[Update Edit:] This company now sells small-sized containers of their heavy cream. 8 oz, as opposed to a quart, which is the only size they had before. Probably better to buy the large size to save on money and packaging, but just in case you need a little to-go boost it's there ...