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Edible Hero Awards

The Old Windmill Dairy and many more amazing food artists, restaurants, farms, chefs and food advocates have been nominated for a hero award. These representatives are pioneers here in new mexico that are out advocating for local farming and food producers. It is amazing and rewarding to have such support like the magazine Edible, Chef Andrew Cooper from Tara, and 5 star restaurants such as Farm and Table, Zinc, Savoy, Seasona and Flying Star support local farmers.

Both Michael and I feel it is an honor  such businesses to support us. It is an honor to be nominated in the Edible Magazine. We hope that you will support us all and vote for us by completing the following form.

Four Seasons Chef Table

Four Seasons Chef Table,

 

http://ediblesantafe.com/myheroes/

Il Vicino Cheese and Beer Pairing

Cheese Curd   It was great meeting up with Zack, Tyler and David  from Il Vicino for tonights beer pairing. Guys, I am excited about our selection of cheeses and beers. I cannot wait to share this with our guests.

David nailed it on the head when he said IPA’s (hoppy flavor) brings out the spice in foods. The Chili n Hot Chevre and the Holy Chipotle Chevre  with IPA were a smash.  Tyler had some great suggestions of pairing the McIntosh cave aged goat cheese with the IPA. I did not think it would work but I was pleasantly surprised on how the fruity flavors of the IPA were enhanced. I think we were wowed and amazed tonight.

Book your tickets now as space is limited. I think you are going to be in for a nice surprise. We have 5 beer different beer pairings with 5 different cheeses planned for 6pm, Monday, August 12th.

 

Beer and Cheese Pairing at Il Vicino Brewery

Buy your ticket now for our exciting evening of cheese and beer pairing. This is a special night of where we experience the joy of pairing 5 cheeses and 5 beer. It is a delicate delicious balance how the two enhance the flavor of one another. You can truly taste the passion and commitment that both companies have in developing their craft.

There will be plenty of cheese to sample so come hungry. We also have additional cheeses for sale so you can do your own pairing at home.

Join our cheese club and receive artisan cheeses every month. We make it simple with an automatic recurring payment. You can sign up for 3 months, 6 months or 12 months. We will deliver your cheese to Ilvicino Brewery once a month. You will receive an email reminder to pick up your cheese.

Hope to see you at the event as we would like to get to know you.

Sign up for a Cheese Club and reep the benefits

Come and see, taste, smell and enjoy the experience that The Old Windmill Dairy has to offer. We now offer a variety of great cheese experiences.

Join our cheese club and receive our award winning cheeses all year
Receive additional discounts on cheeses
Receive discounts on cheese classes
Have a free in home wine or beer and cheese pairing in your home for your friends to enjoy
Come to an event at a local winery or brewery for a cheese pairing

Most of all receive our specialty cheeses that you can not find in stores all year around even when the Farmers Markets are gone. We are now delivering to Wineries, Breweries and local artisan food shops an artisan bag full of our hand crafted cheeses every month. As we add more drop off points you can choose the location that is close to you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lavender in the Village of Los Ranchos

Come join us this weekend (July 13th and 14th from 8am to 4pm) for a grand celebration of Lavender. Everything is Lavender. You can pick your own Lavender at Los Poblanos Bed and Breakfast. Come see us under the tents at Los Ranchos Farmers Market and the Festival. We will have our ever popular Lemon Lavender White Chocolate.

Come enjoy cheese, artisan bread under the trees of the village. Its a great family event. Bring the kids.

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Local Artisan Beer and Cheese Pairing

It might seem strange to pair beer and cheese. But the more I study beer and the more I learn about the complexity of beer I realized they are the perfect match. Deschutes Brewery and The Old Windmill Dairy paired some of our new releases together last year. It was a blast and a hit with the customers at Zinc Wine Bar and Grill in Albuquerque. This year it is all the rage to pair artisanal cheese and beers.

One might say we are lucky, being the co-owners of The Old Windmill Dairy. It is fun to sit down and create a pairing. We enjoy savoring a good crafted beer. At The Old Windmill Dairy we craft over 40 varieties of cheeses including our favorites Manzano Blue moon, our award winning goat milk blue cheese. Last year this was paired with a malty beer. We also paired Capers and Garlic Chevre, Smoked Gouda and our McIntosh (cave aged goat cheese). It is amazing how these two scrumptious foods enhance the taste of one another. Sometimes the beer would bring out the creamy goodness and herbal flavors in cheese. While the Sandia Sunrise Smoked Gouda enhances and holds up to the flavor of a nice stout.

We are so excited to launch a new project with local breweries in Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Stay tuned as we start scheduling events at local breweries in your neighborhood.

During theses events we will also be sampling most of our cheese line. Our line of cheeses will be available to purchase.

What is more exciting is that you can sign up for our cheese club and receive a bundle of cheese every month. This opportunity affords customers to receive cheeses they can not get in stores or at farmers markets all year around. In your delivery you will receive a monthly news letter with updates on pairings and suggested recipes to use our cheese in.

 

Cheese and wine party

Wine and Cheese Pairing                It is Summer time, a time to rejoice, enjoy the outdoors and do some entertaining. Add a little spice to your party and invite The Old Windmill Dairy to your home for an Artisanal Cheese and Wine pairing. Will bring the cheese, you bring the wine and our staff will walk you through a two hour memorable cheese and wine pairing in your home.

If you are really looking for something extravagant choose to have us stretch Mozzarella at your party and we will show you how to  enjoy a fresh and delicious Caprese salad.

Another option you can add is Wine, Cheese and Chocolate pairing.

Imagine you, your friends and family out on the veranda enjoying an evening of Wine, Cheese, Chocolate, Strawberries, Grapes (or Fresh Seasonal Fruit) Local Artisanal bread and caprese salad. Life is good!

While your guests are sampling on artisanal wines, cheeses and value added foods we will offer an assortment of cheeses to purchase that day. More importantly you and your guests will be invited to sign up for our artisanal cheese club. The memory will continue long after we are gone.
You can have your own private wine and cheese pairing after signing up for a one year cheese club membership. This is a great way to experience all the artisan cheeses we make. Everymonth you will receive your own individual basket of 5 of our artisanal cheeses. We will drop the basket off at either Hartford Square on 300 Broadway and Central or a local winery where you can pick up your basket of cheese. While you are at Hartford Square or the Winery you may opt to purchase food, wine or other goodies.

You can add a Fresh Mozzarella Demonstration to your event for an additional $75.00 for a party of 8 to 10
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Artisan Chocolate Wine and Cheese Pairing for an additional $75.00

Both are a great deal and terrific fun.

Artisans’ Market at Williams-Sonoma – We are back!

newmexicofavorites          We had a great time on June 8th at William Sonoma. It was great meeting new people and greeting our committed customers. Come by on Saturday July 13th from 12 to 4pm and sample some of our new cheeses. Take some home for your afternoon delight. We will have some are delicious bries such as Taos Truffle, Grape Leaf Chardonnay Goat Milk Brie, Triple Cream Style Cow milk bries. There is an assortment of delightful and tastey cheeses to sample. See you there!

Who does not like cheese and chocolate?

 

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Who does not like cheese and chocolate? The thought of pairing the two together can be a mind blowing contrast.

When you actually think about it, the two rich foods have many similarities. Both decadent foods can be described in numerous ways: rich, creamery, salty, pungent, biter or buttery. Some even say that cheese or chocolate can have a grassy, spicy or nutty quality about them.

We believe these qualities of both cheese and chocolate make them an excellent subject for pairing. In fact we are not the only ones, there are many foodies who have taken the pairing of the two to new heights.

We are about to embark on a similar journey here at The Old Windmill Dairy.  We have invited a local Chocolatier to help us pair five of his decadent chocolates with five of our most popular cheeses.

Come to our Mother’s Day Celebration as we pair dark chocolate morsels made with sea salt, decadent truffles, milk chocolate bites,  our award winning Sandia Sunrise Gouda, McIntosh, Valles Verde Triple Cream Brie, Buttery Cheddar and some of our favorite delights.

To keep it light and fresh we will be offering some fresh made artisan bread and freshly made Mozzarella to revive your palate in between our suggested pairings.  Participants will learn how to stretch fresh mozzarella. We hope to see you there.

 

 

Winter on the dairy – the relief that Farmer’s Markets bring

Well folks here it is the launch of several Farmers Markets this weekend. It seems rather ironic as I often equate Farmer’s Market to Summer and yet it is snowing outside here in Estancia, NM. The weatherman reports the weather is suppose to be warmer and sunnier this weekend. I hope so because like all farmers we need your patronage. Winters are always hard for farmers as we have continued costs but less cash coming in. The even more ironic story of farming is that costs sky rocket as production ramps back up without the support of incoming sales.

Hmmm, this sounds familiar. Oh yeah, this happens to any start up business as they invest in their future. Why is it that farming has this yearly cycle of feeling like a start up business. The natural answer is that we cannot produce our food all year around. At our dairy, our goats dry up mid November. The great thing is their yield for the year has left us with a surplus of cheese to sale through the winter. This is great as we can support our on going sales which is part of our business plan.

People ask, “Why have you done so well and other dairies have not?” One reason is we have a business plan. We have a plan to succeed and we sale our cheese in multiple markets. We have developed a strong product line that sales well in various markets. That is not to say we do not have our trials and tribulations.

Here is an insight as to what happens on our dairy farm. As we move into winter starting in November we rely more on restaurant sales as farmers markets sales decrease. Our production of milk decreases until milk production comes to halt around mid November. We then rely on the surplus of cheese we have stored up to sale from December through March until the does are back in milk, mid February.

This is when the cash flow crunch becomes serious. As the babies are born there is a ten fold increase in work to be done so naturally we hire more staff.  Wages are a major cost factor in an artisan dairy (artisan means hand made) and this is where we see the critical crunch where costs exceed sales. Despite this, it still feels like a celebration every year when the baby goats are born, the creamery is humming as all the machines are running and the employees are making cheese and filling orders. And yes our sales steadily increase in March.

Our saving grace are our clients. Our customers tell us all the time at farmer’s markets “you guys make the best cheese.” Perhaps we should also give our selves credit for making such tasty cheese. Recently we were awarded 5th place in Wisconsin at the United States Champion Cheese Contest and 4th place at the Upper Midwest Dairy Industry Association in Wisconsin for our Sandia Sunrise Goat Milk Smoked Gouda. We also received recognition for our Chili N Hot Chevre, Jemez Spring Triple Cream Style Brie and Valles Verde Triple Cream Style Brie as they were marked in the 98th percentile of artisan cheeses for the entire country. Since 2010 our Chili N Hot has received an award every year from the Scovie Awards which is linked to the Fiery Food Show. You would think this is not a significant cheese competition however Cabot Cheese from Vermont enters their Jalapeno Cheddar every year. In 2010 we earned 1st place in two different categories for Chili N Hot which beat out Cabot, 2011 we earned first place for Chili N Hot and Holy Chipotle again beating out Cabot, 2012 we earned second place for both cheeses, 2013 we earned 3rd place for Chili N Hot. Since our early beginning we earned a blue ribbon for our very first wheel of blue cheese at the American Dairy Goat Association in 2005. We are a little shy about receiving our customers wonderful praises. However, we are feeling a little more confident now with our recent awards.

We are humbled that we did not receive first and we realize we have minor improvements to make. But we are for ever hopeful with your continued support that a national first place award is on the horizon for us, meaning the dairy and the state of New Mexico, is in our near future. Thank you for allowing us to gloat for a minute. We are forever grateful  and humbled by our customers continued support.

As a farmer we hope to see you this weekend. Like all farmers we rely on your commitment to buy local. Your purchases keep the local farmers going and bring them through the tough times. Come buy some award winning cheese at one of the local Farmer’s Markets this week:

Thursday, April 11th 2013

Los Alamos Farmers Market: 8:30am till 12:30noon: Fuller Lodge in Los Alamos

Saturday, April 13, 2013

Albuquerque Downtown Growers Market : 104 Gold Street: 10am till 1pm

Los Ranchos Farmers Market: 10:00 A.M. – Noon: 6718 Rio Grande Boulevard NW, Los Ranchos

Santa Fe Farmers Market: 8am till 1pm, Railyard in Santa Fe

Special Occasion Cheese Making Experience

Calla-Lily-Cake-Topper-_-167-0802_av1Wedding or Special Occasion – Cheese Making Experience

Are you preparing for your wedding or special occasion and want it to be grand and unique. The Old Windmill Dairy is offers a chance in a life time for you to make cheese for your Wedding or Special occasion.

This is a unique experience designed for the wedding couple or event planners to create a memorable experience. Come to the farm and enjoy the day while making your choice of cow milk or goat milk cheeses (goat milk cheeses available from March thru November 15th). The day will pass with excitement as you make a combination of three cheeses; gouda, brie and chèvre with an option of making a blue cheese.

The truly special part of your experience is that you are making the cheese and you have complete control of how your gouda is finished. We recommend finishing the gouda with your favorite wine or beer.  Your gouda will be finished by our expert team utilizing the spirits you provide. You may also choose how your bries are finished. We recommend the grape leaf chardonnay or truffle oil finish. You may also choose to have New Mexico Green Chile or Chipotle added to your brie.

For optimal aging we recommend you make your cheese at least one month prior to your event.

Your adventure of cheese making will result in:

1 Wheel of your gouda
4 Wheels of Brie or Blue Cheese or a combination of the two (totaling 4 wheels).
2 lbs of chèvre. – that you finished. You may choose from our unique and award winning flavors.

We only offer this special promotion on Sundays so please plan ahead. There are limited days for this experience and reservations must be made online.

$450.00 per couple

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$599.00 for 4 people This option comes with an additional wheel of Gouda, brie or blue and one additional pound of chèvre.

TOWD cleans up with awards at the UMDIA Butter and Cheese Contest.

The results are in from the Upper Midwest Dairy Industry Association Butter and Cheese Contest March, 2013. The Old Windmill Dairy receives the majority of awards at this contest. They earned:

4th, 5th place -Sandia Sunrise Smoked Gouda – tied for 4th, and 2 5th places on the score card.

8th place – Chili N Hot Chevre – tied for 8th for national artisan semi soft cheese

8th place – Jemez Spring – Triple Cream Style Brie – tied 8th for national artisan bloomy rind cheese.

Michael and Ed, the owners and cheese masters of The Old Windmill Dairy, aspirations were to rank in the top 10% of the United States in their artisan cheeses with this first year entering out of state national cheese competitions. They both are pleasantly surprised to learn two of their old favorites scored 4th and 5th and one of their new cheeses created this last Fall, Jemez Spring Triple Cream style brie, ranked 8th in artisan cheeses. Just last week they learned that their Sandia Sunrise Smoked Goat Gouda earned 5th place at the United States Champion Cheese Contest.

Not bad for two men who new nothing about making cheese when they started in 2001.  From 2001 to 2007 both men engaged in cheese making by attending seminars, talking with their grandmother, and learning from peer support in the industry. Now the two men are pleased to say their cheeses are some of the finest in the United States.

Today you can learn from them by taking one of their ever popular cheese classes. If you are more of a cheese connoisseur, you can by their award winning cheeses online by going to their shop>cheese area of the website.

Easter Festival and Award Ceremony

Come on out for our Grand Easter Egg hunt. We have some fun festivities planned. We will greet you with warm chocolate milk. We will start the day at 2pm with our Award Ceremony. We just received a prestigious award for our Sandia Sunrise Smoked Gouda. Come on out and try a sample. We will have a short Award Ceremony. Then we will start our fun filled Easter Egg Hunt. We have lots of goodies for the kids. This year we will include a few grand goodies for the Older kids (Adults). As the Easter Egg hunt wraps up we will move into the barn to feed baby goats. We have a grand day planned. While you are here consider adopting a baby goat. They are so adorable. The “Adopt a Baby Goat,” program allows you to be involved with are farm on a regular basis. Your goat will remain on the farm to become one of our milkers. While she is growing up you can come out and visit her, feed her, hold her and have a picnic on the farm. While your in the program you will receive additional discounts on our cheese classes and our cheese.

We will have our farm stand open so you can buy cheese as well.

Sign up today as space is limited.

 

 

Southwest Chocolate and Coffee Festival

Starting tomorrow, March 23rd and 24th from 10am till 6pm, the Southwest Chocolate and Coffee Festival will feature amazing, cakes, coffee, tea and chocolate treats. Come on by and sample our wonderful treats. We have Sinfully Decadent Chocolate, Heavenly White Clouds of Chocolate and Turtle Extreme. We you are all chocolated out come clean you palate with wonder. We have Java Stout Gouda, Smoked Gouda, Cheddar, Chili N Hot, Holy Chipotle, Country Thyme, Pesto N Pine Nuts. This weekened we will also have our award winning Sandia Sunrise Smoked Gouda. It is all delicious.

We are also giving a $5.00 coupon to be used for you online shopping.

Hope to see you there at New Mexico Expo – Lujan Building from 10am to 6pm.

Sandia Sunrise Smoked Gouda earns 5th place in prestigious US Championship Cheese Contest

Team TOWD earns a prestigious 5th place in the US Championship Cheese Contest that took place on March 12, 2013. Scoring 99.25 out of hundreds of entries we were just 10ths of a point from placing and possibly taking 1st place at this national cheese competition which took place in Wisconsin. Sandia Sunrise Gouda ranked higher than familiar cheeses from Haystack Farms in Colorado.

Michael and I have always heard from our perspective customers that our cheeses are great. This year we embarked on entering a few prestigious cheese contest. We knew we would not be able to attend but really wanted to participate so we shipped our cheeses as directed by the contest. We are extremely ecstatic to learn our Sandia Sunrise Smoked Gouda ranked so high. We are proud that our cheeses were judged merely on merit and not on our reputation here in New Mexico. This is so exciting and inspiring.

Soon you will be able to order this cheese online. For now you can purchase this cheese at La Montanita Coop or the Santa Fe Farmers Market.

Adopt a Baby Goat

Come to the farm and meet the kids. They are so irresistible. Now you can adopt a kid without having the responsibility of raising it. For less than $30.00 per month you can have your very own goat that will live on our farm and eventually contribute to our milk production that produces our wonderful cheeses. This is your chance to make a difference in your family and in our community. Supporting this project also helps offset ever rising feed costs which is greatly appreciated.

The benefits of adopting a goat include:

Visiting your kid on the farm

Receiving additional farm discounts

Learn more about adopt a kid

Cinco de Mayo Farm Event, Sun. May 5 from 12pm till 2pm

It is another occasion to celebrate local farming and artisanal cheeses. Come out and meet the Cheese Masters, the goats and our kids.  Let us Caprese Saladhave a picnic and enjoy mozzarella fior di latte (Fresh Mozzarella), Caprese Salad, a fresh spring salad, artisan breads, and our wonderful variety of artisanal cheeses.

10 Spaces Available. By reservation only.

These events can be affected by weather. We have space too accommodate 10 inside our fashionable red barn. If the weather is nice we will set up picnic areas outside.

Mother’s Day Event – Pairing Cheese and Chocolate

Lets take a tour around the world and explore our senses. Relax and enjoy the decadent aromas of cheese and chocolate as we explore how these two decadent foods interact with your palate. As these wonderful sensations release we can reflect on life.

Sunday, May 12, from 12pm till 2pm

Reserve your seats now as seating are limited.

 

Farm Tours and Baby Feeding starts this weekend

GoatsWow those goats are proliferous. We have had more than 80 kids. Our staff is hired for milking this season and they are doing a great job. Yesterday we had a slight snag as the milk machine stopped working. Thank God there is a back up one on the farm. Give thanks to Michael as he repaired our milk machine and things are back to normal except for this odd weather we are having. I think they call it snow. Its the kids first snow and they are not quite sure what to make of it.

If you are looking for something fun to do sign up for our Farm Tour and Baby Feeding come meet our irresistable kids.

 

Oscar Awards

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A special day requires special delicious cheese. Stop by La Montanita Coop, Sprouts or Whole Foods this week and pick up your favorite Old Windmill Dairy Chèvre. If you are looking for a fantastic triple cream style brie, smoked gouda, or cheddar come by the Santa Fe Farmers Market this weekend. We will be there with all your favorite delights.

Bottle Baby goats for sale

Bottle feedingWe have quite a selection of bottle babies for sale. If you are interested, give the dairy a call at 505-384-0033. $20.00 ea. 2 minimum requirement.

Easter Egg Hunt and Baby Goat Feeding

Easter is just around the corner. We had so much fun last year hosting our first ever Easter Egg hunt that we thought we would do it again. Just like last year we will combine this with feeding the baby goats. We will start with an Easter Egg Hunt and then journey out to the barn and feed the kids. It is a magical time. Before you leave come by and pick up a selected hand crafted cheese.

Reservations are recommended. Door prices are $2.00 more per person. Directions to the farm are provided when online reservations are made.

You can find more events under “Shop.”

While you are here you can adopt a goat

 

 

Happy Valentines – Cheese Making Class Gift Certificate

Cheese MakingHere is something unique and special. Buy a gift certificate to a future cheese making class. This gift certificate is good for any future class. Just call us and let us know which one you or your loved one will attend. You may email us as well at info@towdairy.com

Four Season Chef’s Table

The Old Windmill Dairy Team celebrated Ed’s birthday in style. Michael surprised us all by taking us to the Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe. We had a spectacular time as Susan, Robin, Michael and my self plated gourmet dishes. We’ll I mainly watched in amazement and delighted in the presentation. My taste buds were intensely satisfied.

Susan was invited by Executive Chef Andrew Cooper to expedite, which she enjoyed immensely. Actually I think she really enjoyed the power.

Executive Chef Andrew Cooper and his team were the perfect hosts. The team amazed us all with spectacular entrees some of which featured our artisan cheese.

We felt so special as our wine Sommelier toured us through France, Italy  and other European countries, with ideally selected wines for each coarse.

An amazing dining experience.

An amazing dining experience.

Four Seasons Chef Table

Four Seasons Chef Table

 

 

Our hats are off to the Four Season’s team and Executive Chef Andrew Cooper.  If you have a chance we highly recommend sitting at the Chef’s Table.

For more information please visit: Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe

Website Promotion

Ed Lobaugh is making fresh mozzarella at the Santa Fe Farmers Market

Ed Lobaugh is making fresh mozzarella at the Santa Fe Farmers Market

Welcome to our new website. We are proud to say our website is fully integrated with a calendar, social media and a shopping cart. We hope that you enjoy shopping on our site. Check our Calendar feature such as “Next Farmer’s Market” and “Next Farm Event.”  There are recipe and event blogs. Check back often as we will be adding you tubes and soundbites.

Help us spread the word by tweeting and liking.  If you like what we are doing help us spread the word by adding our website link to your facebook, twitter or website.

Save A Buck $1.00

Save a dollar by posting our website, theoldwindmilldairy.com,  on your Facebook, Twitter or website. Just print out the page you posted our link on, or show us on your phone or electronic tablet and we will give a dollar off.

This promotion is valid only at our booth at local farmers markets. It is not valid with other promotions.

Southwest Chocolate and Coffee Festival

Come join us at the 3rd annual Southwest Chocolate and Coffee Festival. We had a blast last year sampling our cheeses. I was inspired to create our Java Stout Gouda, which by the way sold out the first night. We also made sinfully decadent dark chocolate and heavenly white clouds. Enriched by the experience we are bringing more of our tried and true flavors such as Chili n Hot, Holy Chipotle, Pesto N Pine nuts, Cheddar Curds, Smoked Gouda and our new success – triple cream brie.

Hope to see you at the New Mexico Fair Grounds, Saturday or Sunday, March 23rd and 24th


Sign up to volunteer at this event

Fiery Food Show March 1st, 2cnd, 3rd

Get ready for another great fiery event. 2013 marks our 4th year of attendance and receiving an award. We are excited to receive a bronze for Chili N Hot after receiving 3 gold medals and a silver in the previous years. Come check us out we will have a great variety of cheeses including our First Aid Cheddar Curds. These creamy curds will put out the fire in your mouth.

If you are interested in volunteering at our booth, please apply below. We will need individuals who can work 4 to 6 hour shifts. Individuals who apply must be able to stand for 8 hours, be enthusiastic and eager to talk to the public about our product.

 


Sign up to volunteer here!

Baby Feeding and Farm Tour

Baby Feeding and Farm Tour

The babies are expected on valentines day this year. We are going to hold our first 2013 Baby Feeding and Farm Tour and Saturday, February 23 at 4pm. Last year people who attended raved about this event. They pleaded for us to have these tours again.

Come join the fun, enjoy our hot chocolate, coffee or tea.

Please wear  warm clothes and dress in layers. The weather out here is ever changing. It could be snowing, raining or be a beautiful sunny day. Please wear clothes you do not mind getting dirty or torn. This is a working farm so please wear enclosed shoes. No sandals please.
A film from last year 2012.

 

 

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