Goats Milk

Goats Milk

Goats Milk

What’s so special about goats milk?

Goat’s milk has a character all its own. A staple in most parts of the world, its drinkers greatly outnumber those of cow’s milk. Gastronomes prize it for use in flavorful cuisine. Natural foods proponents value it for its healthful nutrients. Drinkers with sensitive digestive systems find it soothing. Kids love how it helps them develop strong teeth and bones. And by the way, it’s udderly delicious!

With its unique flavor, goat’s milk is tasty on its own. It can also be used as a healthy alternative when cooking. It is naturally low in fat content, with an easily digested protein structure. Even picky infants, kids with milk allergies and most lactose-intolerant people are able to enjoy it.

Our hormone-free goats produce hormone-free milk. We heat-pasteurize our milk to ensure that it is free of germs and contaminates, just like the FDA recommends.

Goat Cheese

2nd place - American Dairy Goat Association Cheese Competition.

2nd place – American Dairy Goat Association Cheese Competition.

Prizewinning gourmet goat cheese.

Prizewinning gourmet goat cheeses are our specialty. We know its cheesy to brag…but we are proud of our goodies. We make several types of soft cheese, including chevre, fromage blanc, fromagina, and clabbered milk cheese. Our harder varieties include feta, blue feta, and blue cheese.

Each batch of cheese is hand-produced using fresh, hormone-free pasteurized goat’s milk. We use fresh herbs, spices, and other natural flavorings to season many of our soft cheeses. Delectable, creamy in texture yet still low in fat, our cheeses are the perfect addition for picnic baskets.

We also use goat’s milk to make yummy buttermilk, yoghurt, custards, and other treats.