Maine Cheese Guild Meeting

Next Meeting: Monday, April 11th in WHITEFIELD


Jessie Dowling of Fuzzy Udder Creamery will be hosting our April meeting on Monday, April 11th between 10am and 2pm.

At the meeting we will have a website training with our web designer, Jennifer Pierce;  we will talk about the ACS conference in July, and hear more about what the outreach committee has been up to this winter.  We’ll have our new bumper stickers to distribute.

There will also be a brief discussion about possible sites for the cheese festival at the end of the meeting. There will also be lots of cute lambs and kids to snuggle with.

The address is:
35 Townhouse Road
Whitefield, ME 04353

Phone: 549-3817

I hope you can join us.

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Fuzzy Udder Creamery 44.222732, -69.607333 Farmstead Creamery and Artisan Cheesemaker 35 Townhouse Rd. Whitefield, ME 04353 (207) 549-3817 Open in SeasonEmail: Website: Social: Facebook FuzzyUdderCreamerySelling: Seasonally - Farm stand on site, Farmers\' Markets, Cheese shops, Co-ops, retailers, Restaurants, Fairs and eventsCheese - Fresh, Cheese - Aged, Yogurt (sheep) Milk Source: Goat, Cow, Sheep Fuzzy Udder Creamery makes fresh, soft ripened, and aged cheese made from sheep, goat, and cow\'s milk. We milk east-fresian dairy sheep and alpine/sanaan cross dairy goats and buy in organic jersey cow\'s milk from Two Loons Farm. We rotationally graze our sheep and goats on pasture while the grass is growing and feed high quality 2nd cut hay in the winter months. We buy organic grain and Maine grown oats. Our critters dine on seaweed and minerals daily and are raises with love of love and snuggles.Fuzzy Udder began in 2012. Some of the cheeses we make include: fresh hand-stretched mozzarella, sheep milk yogurt, fresh sheep cheese, tomme, gouda, swiss, baby provolone, ashed cheeses, brie styles, and washed rinds. We have a 24/7 self-serve sale fridge at our farm and sell cheese at numerous retail and restaurant locations throughout Maine. We also sell at the following farmer\'s markets: Orono, Damarascotta, Camden and Bar Harbor.35 Townhouse Road, Whitefield, ME, United States (Directions)


Meeting Notice

Meeting: Feb 15th, 2016 in Farmington

Our meeting on Monday, February 15th was a little different than usual this year.

We’ve been invited to visit John and Penny Duncan at York Hill Farm to tour their facility. Unfortunately they don’t have room at the farm to also host our general meeting so we split the meeting up into a TOUR first followed by a business meeting in a separate location.

The business meeting began around noon in a classroom at the University of Maine Farmington. We covered topics that included ideas for upcoming workshops, the FDA’s review of raw milk, and splitting the cost of sending one Guild representative to the ACS Conference in 2016 into at least three grants to pay the full conference fee to attend for Guild members.

Thanks for the many members who made the trek out west to visit York Hill Farm and attend the business meeting.