Musings on a Meadow

As some may know, we have moved onto 147 acres of raw land in Kansas. Such an adventure … we are now living off of the grid as we await for our home, barn and creamery to be built. The 600 lbs of cheese (Gruyere and Montasio-style) that we brought with us along a bumpy ride is being stored in a cooler at Sommerset Cafe in Dover, KS until our cooler is up and running (soon we hope!). Construction of the creamery may begin in a few months, but there are many unknowns. In the meantime …. we are searching for Normandy cows. These would provide us with the ultimate milk for cheese making!!! Fingers crossed. In the meantime, our flock of East Friesian sheep continues to grow. Our pasture is not only beautiful, but delicious. We have over 10 varieties of wild flowers and 5 varieties of grasses (includingContinue Reading

Farmers Markets

During the summer months, you can find us at the Bedford, Canterbury and Contoocook markets. If you have a special request or would like for us to hold something for you, send us an email or message through Facebook/Instagram.  We have been working hard preparing fresh cheeses as well as making hard cheeses that will be ready in 3 months to 2 years! Roeburn Farm with their French Alpine Goats in Lebanon, NH are now providing us with goat milk. This is exciting as it helps us round out our milk options when making cheeses. We currently make hard and soft goat cheeses as well as blends of goat and cow. The results have been fabulous! French Alpines are known to cheese makers for their wonderful milk. Roeburn farm has been refining this breed for over 40 years. We are incredibly lucky to have them here in NH.   InContinue Reading