Kathleen and Andrzej are living their dream in Central America Kathleen (at left) and her husband, Andrzej with Colette (a fan of their cheese). Their home when it was almost completed in 2007. We first heard from Kathleen when she made a comment at our post about Ashley in Zambia: We’re making cheese in Belize! We’ve had many of the same problems, (tropical climate) and
Sarah in barn with baby goat. There are only five other cheese makers in the state and they are all over 7 hours away! Sarah and Lee Pinet raise goats and make artisan, farmstead cheese which they sell at their farm and at local farmer’s markets. They learned how to do all this in western Nebraska, far from any classes or mentors or even any
Dalyn’s blogs have very cool graphics! When Dalyn Weller puts on her Muckboots-N-Aprons, she means business! Dalyn Weller of Yakima, Washington is a very busy lady. She has three children at home. She homeschools. She raises many different kinds of farm animals. She creates and sells soap products. And, she makes kefir, yogurt, chevre, mozzarella, feta and ice cream with her goat’s milk. (Her yummy
Mark November 6th on your calendar! We are big fans of the North Valley Dairy Goat Association in Red Bluff, California. Why? Several reasons: 1. Their membership fee is only $12/year! It’s even less if you join as a family or if you are under 18. With your membership, you get a link to your farm on their website (NVDGA.org), monthly get-togethers, the opportunity to
Mia Earth Song Herrera Age: 11 LaBelle, Florida Mia’s mother, Maureen, first wrote to us with the address of her farm so we could list it on our Good Milk List. She mentioned that her young daughter actually sells the milk. We asked her if we could interview her daughter and she agreed: How did you get into the raw milk business?