The farm’s raw goat milk cheeses are handmade in small batches in the tradition of the best artisanal farmstead cheeses. The operation is Maryland’s first on-farm-home licensed goat cheese processor, and cheeses are marketed at multiple local groceries and farmers’ markets. Cheeses include cheddar, sharp cheddar, jalapeno cheddar, gouda, feta, and fresh and flavored chevres. The farm is often open to visitors during county farm tour weekends.
This year’s Maryland Dairy of Distinction award applications are due April 15, 2018. To complete the application, visit the
Maryland Dairy of Distinction website
. Judging teams will visit farms during the months of May and June. An applicant’s ratings are based upon neatness, good maintenance, and other factors that can be controlled by the dairy producer. Farms may be judged each year as the award is presented on an annual basis.
For those in the agriculture community interested in more information, contact Leslie Hart, Agricultural Business Development Specialist at
For additional information contact Public Relations and Marketing Director Danielle Crabb