Our Farms

our farm

Great cheese and butter come from great milk, and great milk comes from happy, healthy animals.

Vermont Creamery is committed to supporting local agriculture, because without farms, there is no food. While enjoying our cheeses and butter, know that you are supporting local farming families and the working rural landscape that characterizes Vermont.

COWS' MILK

The cows’ cream we use to make crème fraîche, cultured butter and mascarpone comes from the St. Albans Cooperative Creamery. The co-op, located in northern Vermont, was established in 1919 and today includes over 350 family farm members who pledge to produce milk that is free of artificial antibiotics and growth hormones.

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GOATS' MILK

Vermont Creamery began as a farmstead operation of just 60 goats in Brookfield, Vermont. Today, we pick up milk from a network of over twenty farms based throughout Vermont and Canada, our friendly neighbors to the north. 

AYERS BROOK GOAT DAIRY

In 2012, Vermont Creamery founded the nation’s first demonstration goat dairy, Ayers Brook, in Randolph, Vermont. Today the farm is owned and managed by the Hooper Family, who continue to invest in the future of Vermont goat farming.

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