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Farms are essential to our food networks. Without farms, there is no food.
We are committed to being part of a system to bring food to tables in a responsible way.
We source our milk and cream as locally as possible.
We partner to help bring diversification and choice to the agricultural system in Vermont.
While enjoying our fresh and aged goat cheese, know you are supporting the local goat farming families and working rural landscape that characterizes Vermont.
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Founded by Vermont Creamery in 2012, Ayers Brook is the nation’s first demonstration goat dairy.
Farmed by Miles Hooper and Daryll Breau, Ayers Brook is now owned by the Hooper Family.
Tup’s Crossing is a former organic cow dairy that transitioned to goats when new owners, the Menguc family purchased the farm four years ago.
Currently they, along with their kids, milk a herd of 240 goats.
In 2021, we received our first shipment of goats’ milk from Joneslan Farm, a fifth-generation cow dairy that transitioned to goat farming over the past two years.
The Joneslan Family serves as an example of the bold ingenuity and resourcefulness of Vermont farmers, as they were one of the first farms in Vermont to transition from cows to goats.
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Vermont Creamery is positioned to be an important partner in the steady diversification of the Vermont agricultural system.
Providing a steady and growing demand for goats’ milk and paying a premium for quality milk. While diversification is a promising prospect, further work is needed in order to educate, finance and support the infrastructure.
Pictured here is Paul-Lin Dairy, just a stone’s throw from the Canadian border, this Vermont farm is home to Paul, Linda, Ellen and Claire Stanley, who milk a herd of 45 Jersey cows.
FARMS IN VERMONT