Open Creamery Day Sunday October 11th, 2015

The Maine Cheese Guild presents

Open Creamery Day 2015

on Sunday, October 11th from 11am to 3pm (unless ***otherwise noted*** below).

As the hardwood foliage bursts in a blaze of colors on Columbus Day weekend, take in the spectacular sights and taste some award-winning cheese during the Maine Cheese Guild’s annual Open Creamery Day. Visit many of Maine’s cheese makers in their creameries, meet the animals, and learn the stories behind Maine’s more than 150 artisan cheeses. Along the way you can also visit a farmers’ market, stop at an orchard, explore one of Maine’s premier breweries or wineries, pick fruit at Maine’s legendary orchards, and drop-in on one of the many artisan bread makers our state has to offer. You’ll love the views, and the taste of Maine cheese, straight from the source, will be the best memory of all!

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Open Creamery Day Participants

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Appleton Creamery: 44.273386, -69.235212
Barred Owl Creamery: 44.145137, -69.605277
Balfour Farm LLC: 44.769900, -69.409000
Copper Tail Farm: 44.095400, -69.375600
Abraham\'s Creamery: 44.821299, -69.189663
ME Water Buffalo Co.: 44.350646, -69.262736
Kennebec Cheesery at Koons Farm: 44.448331, -69.787649
Fuzzy Udder Creamery: 44.222732, -69.607333
Seal Cove Farm: 44.488480, -68.326350
Sunflower Farm Creamery: 43.841005, -70.298784
Lakin\'s Gorges Cheese LLC: 44.070700, -69.361900
Winter Hill Farm LLC: 43.898214, -70.098367
Flying Goat Farm: 43.590203, -70.953721
State of Maine Cheese: 44.170326, -69.083316
From The Country Farm: 44.306061, -70.135745
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Abraham's Creamery

1000 Elm Street
Newport, ME 04953
207-368-2165
Email  abrahams.gfc@gmail.com
Social   Facebook- @AbrahamsGFC • Instagram-Abrahamsgfc
• Website- www.abrahamsgfc.wordpress.com

We are inviting our valued customers and goat cheese lovers to come join our festivities on October 8th from 10- 3!  There will be sampling of artisanal cheese, cabrito, whey-fed pork and amazing yogurts. Enjoy a hand-tossed pizza with farmstead cheese and meats, while visiting our pastures. Our Alpine, Saanens and Oberhaslis will welcome you as they play around. Come meet the cheesemaker, artist, shepherds, yogurt expert and of course, our herd of 72 fun-loving goats! You may even get a kiss from one of our bucks:)) Special guest Pebblestone Farm Bakery and a few other local food vendors will be here, as well! The farm stand will be open for retail sales:)

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Appleton Creamery

Caitlin & Bradley Hunter
780 Gurney Town Road, Appleton, ME  04862
appletoncreamery@gmail.com
www.appletoncreamery.com

**11 am to 4 pm**
Visit the goats and sample the award-winning cheese at Appleton Creamery in Appleton, and enjoy the whole goat experience. Cheese is handcrafted daily using traditional methods with milk from our herd of Alpine goats, and local cow dairies. Joining us this year for GOATAPALOOZA will be Sisters Soap with goat milk soap, Dragonfly Cove Farm goat meat products, and Back Forty Breads. Local spinner Penelope Olson will be spinning goat fiber. The pizza oven will be cooking!

780 Gurney Town Road, Appleton, ME
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Balfour Farm LLC

At The Farm House
461 Webb Road
Pittsfield, Me 04967
(207)213-3159- farm business
(207)679-7000- The Farm House ***open 8am-4pm***

balfourfarmdairy.com

Balfour Farm is a certified organic dairy producing raw milk aged cheeses and pasteurized fresh cheeses and cultured dairy products. Our small herd of Normande cattle produce rich milk that is ideal for cheesemaking. We also have a flock of laying hens, organic chickens and poultry, and a herd of pigs for pork production.In our farm store and cafe, The Farm House, we will have cheese tasting and the cafe will be open for service 8am to 4 pm. We will have a cheese filled breakfast and lunch menu, baked goods and soup available. *** Farm tours will be given at 11 am, 1pm and 3 pm.***

461 Webb Road Maine, United States of America
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Barred Owl Creamery

Patti and Chris Hamilton
6 South Fowles Lane, Whitefield ME 04353
hamiltonfarm03@yahoo.com

Barred Owl is a small MOFGA certified Organic farmstead creamery in Whitefield Maine. We milk Fresian sheep & Nubian goats and turn the mixed milk into award winning cheese (American cheese Society first place for Organic Feta & second place for Organic Hot Pepper Jelly chevre). We specialize in feta, blue & numerous flavors of chevre. Come tour the farm, meet the friendly animals, check out the creamery & visit our farm store filled with luscious MOFGA certified organic cheese, frozen lamb, sheepskins, wool pillows, yarn and various other farm products. We look forward to meeting you!

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Copper Tail Farm

293 Genthner Rd.
Waldoboro, ME 04572

Email: christelle@coppertailfarm.com
Website: www.coppertailfarm.com
Social: Facebook CopperTailFarm • Instagram coppertailfarm

Driving Directions (not all mapping solutions show our address correctly):

From Route 1 in Waldoboro, head South on 32South towards Bremen. Go 4 miles, and turn right on Ledge's Circle. In 1/4 mile turn right on Genthner Rd- we are 1/2 mile down on the right.

Copper Tail Farm is an Animal Welfare Approved goat dairy in Waldoboro owned by Christelle and Jon McKee. Goat health and happiness are priorities here, and the goats eat organic grain and have access to 23 acres of pasture/browse. The farm will be open from 10-3, and visitors will be able to meet the goats, see the creamery, and sample/purchase products. Copper Tail Farm specializes in goat cheese (chèvre and ricotta), yogurt, kefir, cajeta (caramel sauce), caramel candies, and soap.

 

293 Genthner Rd. Waldoboro, ME 04572
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Flying Goat Farm

413 Mann Rd.
Acton, Maine 04001
• On Facebook https://www.facebook.com/flyinggoatfarm
• Website http://www.flyinggoat.farm/
• Instagram @flyinggoatmaine • Twitter @theflyinggoat

Flying Goat Farm will be participating in the The Maine Cheese Guild's Open Creamery Day! This is the one day of the year where we open our doors to the public and you get to meet the goats and the farmers and learn a little bit about how we do things at Flying Goat Farm!
-- We ask that you do not bring dogs to this event, and we do not have a public restroom. Sorry!

413 Mann Road, Acton, ME
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From The Country Farm

23 Austin Road
Leeds, ME 04263
Email: fromthecountryfarm@gmail.com
Website: www.fromthecountryfarm.com
Social: Facebook From-the-Country-Farm

Farmstead Creamery

Come to the country and meet our herd of hard working dairy goats who help us produce great tasting creamy cheese and highly sought after soap. Barn will be open and question and answer periods throughout the day. Blacksmithing, goat milking and ice cream making throughout the day.

23 Austin Road, Leeds, ME 04263, United States
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Fuzzy Udder Creamery

Farmstead Creamery and Artisan Cheesemaker
35 Townhouse Rd.
Whitefield, ME 04353
(207) 549-3817
Email: fuzzyudder@gmail.com
Website: www.fuzzyudder.com
Social: Facebook FuzzyUdderCreamery

Come meet the sheep and goats of Fuzzy Udder Creamery, even snuggle them if you wish! Tour the cheeseroom and milking parlor. Taste our award winning cow, sheep, and goat's milk cheeses and feast on cheesey dishes and an offering of the delicacies that can be made with lamb, goat, and mutton. There will be cheese, lamb, goat, mutton, beautifully tanned hides, and wool available for sale.

 

35 Townhouse Road, Whitefield, ME, United States
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Kennebec Cheesery at Koons Farm

Artisan, Farmstead Cheesemaker
795 Pond Road
Sidney, ME. 04330
207-547-4171

Email: kennebeccheesery@gmail.com
Website: www.kennebeccheesery.com
Social:   Facebook kennebeccheesery

** 10 am to 3 pm **

Licensed in 2008, we handcraft a wide variety of cheese and yoghurt from our Alpine and Saanen goat milk and a neighbors organic Jersey cow milk. The goats are raised on pasture and GMO-free grain here at Koons Farm, overlooking Messalonskee Lake. We also have a flock of Katahdin sheep. Check out our solar panels on the cheesery.
Joining us on the day will be various other local businesses- Tree Spirits with wine tasting, Karen of The Maine Crisp Company with her gluten-free crackers and Whey Clean Soap handmade from our whey by Sarah Wheatley.
Come sample our wares, look through the cheesery, walk around the 200 year old farm, and play with the goats.

795 Pond Road, Sidney, ME, United States
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Lakin's Gorges Cheese LLC

At East Forty Farm
2361 Friendship Rd
Waldoboro, ME 04572
info@eastfortyfarm.com
207-230-4318
Email: gorgescheese@gmail.com

**Farm Store open daily 11 am to 6 pm**

Fresh and aged cheese made with organic cow's milk. We're currently building a new creamery at the farm, where our farm store is open daily from 11 am to 6 pm. Meet Darla the cow, and all the pigs getting fat on cheese whey. We invite you to visit, sit under the grape arbor, eat some cheese and watch the chickens.

2361 Friendship Road Maine, United States of America
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ME Water Buffalo Co.

Farmstead Creamery
232 Old County Road
Appleton, ME 04862
207-785-6493
Email: mewaterbuffaloco@gmail.com
Website: www.mewaterbuffaloco.com
Social: Facebook ME-Water-Buffalo-Co

Our last on-farm event! If you haven't made it out to see the water buffalo yet, NOW is your chance!!! Join us on wagon rides out to the pasture to see the water buffalo up close. Water buffalo calves to pet. Goats to feed. There will also be water buffalo cheese, yogurt, gelato & meat available at the farm store. If that's not enough, this time of year we are blessed with beautiful foliage as well as additional area creameries opening up their farms for tours, cheeses & animal snuggling. So, make a day of it & get out & visit a creamery, or two, or a bunch!!!

 

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Seal Cove Farm

Seal Cove Farm
17 Milky Way
Lamoine, Maine 04605
visit their website: www.mainegoatcheese.com

** 11 am -5 pm**

Samples tours and pizza from our wood fired oven!

17 Milky Way, Lamoine, ME
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State of Maine Cheese

Artisan Cheesemaker, Cheese Retailer
461 Commercial St. (Route1)
Rockport, ME 04856
800-762-8895

Email: cheese@cheese-me.com
Website: cheese-me.com
Social: Facebook State-of-Maine-Cheese-CoRockport-Marketplace

Creamery tours, samples, "ask the cheeesemaker" and retail store

 

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Sunflower Farm Creamery

Farmstead Creamery
12 Harmon Way
Cumberland, Maine 04021
Open (April - December)

Email: sunflowerfarmcreamery@gmail.com
Website: www.sunflowerfarm.info
Social: Facebook sunflowerfarmcreamery

 

Amy & Charlie will dish up their amazing Locally Sauced Burritos using our cheese from their food cart, local Maine artist Amy Goodness will bring her mini Maine jewelry so that you can get all your holiday shopping done, Crystal of Blue Tin Farm who makes incredible goat milk soap from her Nigerian Dwarf goat milk will be back, Alicia and Jenell (the super lovely women at Casco Bay Butter) will be here again with their dangerously delcious butter, and of course you will have a chance to try our cheese, visit the goats and ask any questions you might have about Nigerian Dwarf goats and cheesemaking.

12 Harmon Way, Cumberland, ME, United States
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Winter Hill Farm LLC

Steve Burger and Sarah Wiederkehr
35 Hill Farm Road, Freeport, ME 04032
207-869-5122
winterhillfarmer@gmail.com
www.winterhillfarm.com

Set atop a hill surrounded by woods and rolling pasture in the beautiful southern midcoast region of Maine, Winter Hill Farm is a small, family run farm in Freeport. We manage a herd of very rare Randall cattle along with a few Jerseys, and operate a small farmstead creamery producing raw milk, yogurt, and artisanal cheeses. We make fresh cheeses (ricotta, fromage blanc and feta) as well as aged, raw milk cheeses, mold-ripened and washed rind cheeses. We also raise Berkshire pigs, laying hens, and seasonal vegetables for markets and a CSA. Come visit the animals, meet the farmers, and learn about their craft. And of course, try some cheese.

35 Hill Farm Road, Freeport, ME, United States

2015 Participating Cheesemakers
(Will be updated up to October 11th so check back)

Appleton Creamery [1]
Caitlin Hunter
780 Gurney Town Road, Appleton, ME 04862 info@appletoncreamery.com
www.appletoncreamery.com

Visit the goats and sample the award-winning cheese at Appleton Creamery in Appleton, and enjoy the whole goat experience. Cheese is handcrafted daily using traditional methods with milk from our herd of Alpine goats, and local cow dairies. Joining us this year will be Copper Tail Farm with goat milk caramels and cajeta, Sisters Soap with goat milk soap, and Dragonfly Cove Farm goat meat products. Belfast musician Jennifer Armstrong will entertain us with some lively “milking songs!” The pizza oven will be cooking!

Barred Owl Creamery / Hamilton Farm [D]
Patti & Chris Hamilton
6 South Fowles Lane, Whitefield, ME 04353
207-549-5497 hamiltonfarm03@yahoo.com
hamiltonfarm.wordpress.com

We are a MOFGA certified Organic Farm. The award winning cheese from Nubian cross goats & fresian sheep is hand milked ~ hand stirred ~ hand crafted in small batches. We would love to have you meet the ladies, sample some cheese & experience the land that we love so much. We make feta (first place winner in mixed milk category), chevre & blue. Cheese will be available for purchase as well as other farm products & lunch foods. Cheese making demonstrations at 10:00 and 1:00. We will also have tours of our new timber frame barn & other assorted farm animals: pigs, chickens, Romney cross sheep & heritage turkeys. We look forward to seeing you!

Breakwater Vineyards[2]
35 Ash Point Drive, Owls Head, ME 04854
207-594-1721
www.breakwatervineyards.com

Breakwater Vineyards, an award winning Maine winery, is located just off the coast in Owls Head. In addition to the vineyards, the farm also has a small herd of dairy goats and produces fresh goat cheese. Wine tastings are offered six days a week from mid- May to October. Open Creamery Day – tours of the dairy barn, meet and greet the goats, tours of the winery and vineyards, wine tastings with special goat cheese pairings.

Crooked Face Creamery [3]
Amy Rowbottom
552 River Road, Norridgewock, ME 04957 amy@crookedfacecreamery.com
www.crookedfacecreamery.com

Amy’s Cheesery – also known as Crooked Face Creamery is up and running again at her new location. Come visit her cheesemaking facility, sample some fresh cows’ milk cheeses and watch demo’s of her new custom designed cheese smoker. The farm will be open all day for tours, cheese will be available for sale, as well as cuts of their grass fed Angus beef.

Fredrikson Farm [4]
60 Danforth Road, China Village, ME 04926
http://www.fredriksonfarm.com/
https://www.facebook.com/fredriksonfarm?fref=ts

Newly construction creamery located on 70+ acres. Join us on Oct. 11, 2015 for cheese making and milking demonstrations, farm tours and sampling of our delicious chevre. We are excited to have Younity Winery joining us to provide the perfect pairing with our cheese.

From the Country Farm [B]
Stacy Dexter
23 Austin Road, Leeds, ME 04263

We are a diversified farm located in Leeds Maine. You are invited to come to the country to meet our blended herd of Nubian, French Alpine and Saanen dairy goats who provide us with great tasting creamy milk which we then turn into fresh cheeses and highly sought after soap. Sit a spell, enjoy the view, sample cheese, chat about goats or just watch the antics of the summer babies. Our new Farm Store will be open!

Fuzzy Udder Creamery [5]
Jessie Dowling, cheesemaker-farmer-activist
35 Townhouse Road, Whitefield, ME 04353 fuzzyudder@gmail.com
www.fuzzyudder.com

Fuzzy Udder moved from Unity to their new home in the heart of Whitefield in December 2013. We milk sheep and goats onsite and buy organic cows’ milk from Two Loons Farm in South China. Our animals are raised on pasture, fed organic grain and Maine grown oats and lots and lots of love. We make a variety of fresh, soft-ripened and aged cheeses from cow, sheep and goat milk. Come meet our fuzzy critters and taste our cheeses!

Imagine Dairy Farm [6]
Arlene Brokaw
35 Townhouse Rd. Whitefield, ME. 04353
imaginedairyfarm@gmail.com
www.facebook.com/imaginedairyfarm

Arlene rents creamery space at Fuzzy Udder Creamery to create her fresh, spreadable, “extra-fine” cheese with the organic cow’s milk from Two Loons Farm and fresh, organically grown herbs and garlic. Arlene also makes a brie-style blue, “Hullabaloo” and is expanding her product line as the Imagine Dairy grows. Both MOFGA apprentices-turned farm-owners, Fuzzy Udder Creamery and Imagine Dairy Farm have partnered up to support one another and co-market while Arlene completes a creamery space of her own in Warren, ME, where she will begin milking her herd of dairy goats in spring, 2016.

Kennebec Cheesery and Koons Farm [7]
Jean and Peter Koons
795 Pond Road, Sidney, ME 04330
207-547-4171 kennebeccheesery@gmail.com
www.kennebeccheeesery.com

Licensed in 2008, we handcraft small batches of cheese and yoghurt from Alpine and Saanen goats and organic Jersey cows’ milk. The goats are raised on pasture and GMO-free grain here on Koons Farm and Willie raises his cows on nearby Woodside Farm. We also have a flock of Katahdin sheep. Come see our new solar panels on the cheesery.

Maine Water Buffalo Co. ***open 10am*** [E]
Brian and Jessica Ferrar
91 Old County Road, Appleton, ME 04862
(207)785-6493 mewaterbuffaloco@gmail.com
www.mewaterbuffaloco.com

A day of fun! Raw buffalo milk (regular & chocolate!) will be available. Deliciously creamy & rich, very high in calcium & protein, and not to mention, very digestible for most folks with dairy sensitivities. Yum!!! We’ll also have buffalo mozzarella, ricotta, burrata & buffeta. Our water buffalo sausage is FINALLY back in stock! A full line of steaks, burger & stew meat too! Come out to our farm & meet the buffalo herd, pet the baby buffalo, see the yaks & sample some buffalo cheeses. For more info & farm directions check out the EVENTS page on our website.

Pumpkin Vine Family Farm ***open until 5pm*** [C]
Kelly, Anil, Keiran & Sarita Roopchand
217 Hewett Rd., Somerville, ME 04348
info@pumpkinvinefamilyfarm.com
www.pumpkinvinefamilyfarm.com https://www.facebook.com/pumpkinvinefamilyfarm

Pumpkin Vine Family Farm is the historic farm featured in the new book Birth, Death and a Tractor and is proud to once again be a licensed dairy! Reviving the farm has been a lot of work, but we have finally done it! With the help of our Alpine & Nubian goats, we are now making fresh and aged cheeses. The does graze on the lush hillside pastures, and we process their milk in the newly restored cheese room. Come taste our fresh cheeses, rolled into chocolate truffle balls or adorned with edible flowers, and say hello to the hard-working girls (goats) of Pumpkin Vine Farm. The farm will be open for tours; we have a walking trail and maps, so bring your lunch and plan a picnic! We have pumpkins, squash and gourds for sale, and a special art room for children to decorate their pumpkins. We welcome kids – and adults – from 11 – 5.

Seal Cove Farm ***open at 9am*** [8]
Barbara Brooks
202 Partridge Cove Road, Lamoine, ME 04605
207-667-7127 sales@mainegoatcheese.com
www.mainegoatcheese.com

Fresh and aged goat cheese. Our high producing herd of 125 goats is our foundation. We have been making and selling cheese since 1980. Our commitment to producing the highest quality milk, an element in superior cheeses, continues. Come and sample our gelato and our own pizza made in a wood fired oven.

Silvery Moon Creamery at Smiling Hill Farm [9]
781 County Rd (Rte 22), Westbrook, ME 04092
207-699-3170 info@silverymooncheese.com
www.silverymooncheese.com

Silvery Moon Creamery has been making award winning cows’ milk cheeses since 2003. Meet the Smiling Hill Farm’s cows, whose milk we use for our cheeses. Sample our variety of fresh and aged cheeses. Talk to the cheesemakers. Cheesemaking demonstrations. Event takes place at the Smiling Hill Farm store/ice cream barn on top of the hill.

State of Maine Cheese Company [10]
461 Commercial Street, Rockport, Maine 04856
Telephone: (local)207-236-8895 :: (toll free) 800-762-8895 Fax: 207-236-9591 contact@cheese-me.com
www.cheese-me.com

Nestled in the heart of Mid-Coast Maine, State of Maine Cheese Company is a small business that has been handcrafting fine cheeses since 1983. Since we started creating cheese in Maine over 30 years ago, we have cherished our partnership with our dairy farmers. Our relationship with Oakhurst Dairy allows us to hand pick the farms we receive milk from, principally from Springdale Jerseys in Waldo, Maine, a four generation farm with 400 Jersey and Guernsey cows that produce the picture perfect milk for making cheese. We are also organically certified and work with Maine organic farmers directly.

We are the home of the Rockport Marketplace where we carry many fine products made right here in Maine and beyond. On days that we are making cheese, customers can watch our cheesemaker at work making cheese in our production room. Our retail store hours are 9 am – 6 pm Monday – Saturday and Sunday Noon – 4 pm.

Sunflower Farm Creamery [11]
Hope Hall
12 Harmon Way, Cumberland, Maine 04021
207-829-8347 www.facebook.com/sunflowerfarmcreamery
www.sunflowerfarm.info

Sunflower Farm looks forward to welcoming visitors on Open Creamery Day! Chris and Hope Hall (English Teachers at Thornton Academy & Cheese Maker at Sunflower Farm Creamery) and daughters Tess and Lila, produce delicious goat products made in small daily batches from the milk of 24 Nigerian Dwarf Dairy goats. Their products are sold at Walnut Hill Market in North Yarmouth, at Eventide Epicurean Specialties in Boothbay, at the Mill Street Farmers Market in Yarmouth and on weekends April-Jan. from their self serve farm fridge. (You may have seen their goat kids on YouTube in “The Running of the Goats” or “Goat Babies in Pajamas” or “Lola the chihuahua & the Goat kids Daily Playtime”.) The goats are even sweeter in person! Come try feta, chevre, caramels, fudge and cajeta, visit with the goats in the field and enjoy a mini farmers market celebrating goat milk products! [Please note, we will have limited supplies of our products since we are a small farm, so come early in the day for the greatest selection!]

Winter Hill Farm [A]
Steve Burger and Sarah Wiederkehr
35 Hill Farm Road, Freeport, ME 04032
207-869-5122 winterhillfarmer@gmail.com
www.winterhillfarm.com

Set atop a hill surrounded by woods and rolling pasture in the beautiful southern midcoast region of Maine, Winter Hill Farm is a small, family run farm in Freeport. We manage a herd of very rare Randall cattle along with a few Jerseys, and operate a small farmstead creamery producing raw milk, yogurt, and artisanal cheeses. We make fresh cheeses (ricotta, fromage blanc and feta) as well as aged, raw milk cheeses, mold-ripened and washed rind cheeses. We also raise Berkshire pigs, laying hens, and seasonal vegetables for markets and a CSA. Come visit the animals, meet the farmers, and learn about their craft. And of course, try some cheese.

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