Visit a goat dairy in the month of August for National Goat Cheese Month. There's no more entertaining an animal than the fun, frolicking, mischievous goat. Visit one of these goat dairies for delicious fun for the whole family.
Established in 2000, we are a seasonal goat dairy and cheesemaking operation. We produce nine types of goat and cow cheeses, from very fresh chevres, to semi-aged bloomy rind, to harder aged cheeses, all ripened in our underground caves. We offer a self-guided tour map. Tours of our painting studio available by appointment (www.blueledgegallery.com)Add to My Places
Robert and Gisele Gervais, along with their fifteen children, have been farming since 1960. They bought the Boston Post Dairy with their four daughters in 2007, and added a creamery with viewing windows to allow visitors to watch the cheese making process, as well as a small retail store where they sell cheeses, goat milk soaps, maple syrup and bakery items all made at the farm.
The Missisquoi valley rail trail runs right behind the farm, and visitors are welcome to walk, jog or bike along the path.
Sampsonville Road is on Route 105. We are approximately 3 miles East from Enosburg Village headed towards Richford. The farm is located across from the Boston Post Road iron bridge, just before The Dairy Center.
Consider Bardwell Farm in West Pawlet Vermont is a producer of award winning handmade cheese from goat and cow milk. Our animals rotationally graze on organic pastures to produce the sweetest milk and tastiest cheese. Our raw milk cheese is antibiotic and hormone free, and nutritionally complete. Farm tours, cheese-making workshops, and farm dinners scheduled throughout the year.Add to My Places
The barn at Hildene Farm is designed specifically to house Hildene’s herd of Nubian goats and for public viewing of cheese production from milking to small batch processing, pasteurization, aging and packaging of Hildene Farm Artisanal Cheeses. This is a micro operation with our cheesemakers, making and banking cheese year round using cow’s milk from local farms to produce havarti. After the annual kidding season, production turns to the making of fresh chevre. Goat’s milk havarti is also produced during the spring and summer seasons. The goat farming operation clearly broadens the focus of Hildene, beyond its designation as a historic home, and is now an integral part of the thriving agricultural education component of the institution.Add to My Places