All Posts Relating To: Goats Milk

Cheese makers who use and/or produce goats milk

Fuzzy Udder Creamery, Whitefield ME

Fuzzy Udder Creamery just moved to Whitefield Maine! Cheesemaker, farmer, and activist Jessie Dowling makes a variety of fresh and aged cheeses made from cow, goat, and sheep’s milk. Jessie is so excited to be opening her new creamery at the former home of Townhouse Creamery in Whitefield Me. The cheeseroom is three times the size of her former one in Unity. Jessie has a small herd of sheep and goats, and buys in organic jersey cow milk from nearby farms. She makes fresh hand-stretched mozzarella, brie, fresh sheep and goat cheese, ash layered soft-ripened cheese, washed rinds, tomme, gouda, alpine style, baby provolone and sheep’s milk yogurt. Check out Fuzzy Udder’s website to find out more about Jessie’s cheese and where you can find it!

35 Townhouse Road
Whitefield ME 04353
ph: 549-3817

Flying Goat Farm is Kickstarting!

Since 2009, Flying Goat Farm has been making fresh goats’ milk cheeses and yogurts in York County.  Starting with a “herd” of just four animals, and two does in milk, the farm has now grown to more than 40 animals with ten does in milk this year and 20 or more expecting to be in production next year.

We have an amazing opportunity this summer to purchase some beautiful dairy equipment from a NH goat dairy that retired from the business this spring, and to help us get a leg up, we have launched a kickstarter campaign.

Please check out our project, contribute if you can, and share with your friends and other cheese fans!

Flying Goat Farm’s Kickstarter Project

Tide Mill Creamery

Located on Maine’s rugged and beautiful Downeast coast, Tide Mill Farm has been in the Bell family for nine generations. Tide Mill Creamery was founded in 2010, born of a passion for the precious connections between food and place.

We take joy in crafting certified organic cheese, yogurt, and kefir in small batches in our licensed creamery right on the farm. All of our milk is produced on farm as well. Tide Mill Organic Farm’s herd of cows rotationally graze the seaside fields all summer, and our own herd of Nubian goats browse the woodland pastures around our home.

Our cheeses and yogurts are pure and simple, made the way they’ve been made for centuries. We never use additives or fillers of any kind. The cows and goats of Tide Mill Farm consume nothing but grass, whatever native flora is in season,  hay, water, sunshine, and moderate amounts of grain. Their feed is free of herbicides, pesticides, antibiotics, and GMOs.

We believe in terroir, the “taste of place” that makes our products unique in all the world, inextricably tied to this one beloved saltwater farm. The thrill is that we can share this place with you—with each delightful mouthful.