Archive for the ‘Sheeps Milk’ Category
Jim and Janet Weber
Northern Exposure Farm
P. O. Box 93
Holden, ME 04429-0093
December 14th Holiday Party at Liberty Fields Farm, Saco where it was —
What a great event.
Besides the warm and spirited hosting by Liberty Fields Farm, our Holiday Party featured seven different Tommes made from the same recipe but each bearing the flavor, milk type, local flora and personality of the cheesemakers around the state. There were hard and soft pate’s, there were buttery and silky textures, there was “goaty” and “cow-y” and complex flavors — sometimes all in the same cheese (Appleton Creamery brought a triple-milk version). There was also bright red local membrillo to accompany the panoply of personal cheeses. It was a lesson about how much of the local cheesemaker goes into making their cheese.
35 Townhouse Rd
Whitefield, ME 04353
Sheep’s Milk “Ewegurt” (yogurt) and cows milk products
- Sheep’s milk yogurt (“Ewegurt”) – plain and maple
- Yogurt made from organic Jersey cows (“Moogurt”) – plain and maple
- Feta cheese
- Halloumi (Cypriot frying cheese)
- Ballstown 1790 (a mild aged cheese)
Townhouse Farm has self serve drop in store that is open from March – November.
Townhouse Farm yogurt products can be found at:
- Belfast Coop
- Rising Tide, Damariscotta
- Morning Glory, Brunswick
- Royal River, Freeport
- Rosemount Market, Portland
- Lois’ Natural, Scarborough
sheeps milk, cheeses and other processed products
Construction delays has our parlor nearly ready for 2008 milking but the dairy/creamery will not be totally finished until mid summer. We will offer fresh milk soon and will freeze the bulk of the milk for recipe testing over the summer and production of several products will commence in August, 2008. Our facility is a cement block cave, creamery and parlor with a second story general office and marketing facility and worker living quarters. We have 60 head of sheep at this writing, pre-lambing.
1244 Clarry Hill Road
Union, ME 04862
Ellsfarm is a small 63 acre family owned sheep farm located on a hill top in Union. We milk up to 60 ewes in our Maine licensed & inspected dairy from March thru August. We sell liquid milk to a cheesemaker and occasionally to restaurants. Our sheep are raised “all natural “– our grains do not contain any antibiotics or synthetic hormones. The flock is managed using the rotational grazing method, eating fresh grass from frost to frost (that’s 6 months in Maine!), for the best tasting and healthiest milk possible.
To buy milk you must contact the farm via email or by phone.