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A Cheese Trip to Vermont: Consider Bardwell, Blue Ledge + Twig Farm

Four years ago, when I first moved from New York to the Boston-area, I can only describe it as a collision of worlds. Although the change of pace is less noticeable for some, it took me extra time to adjust to the relatively gentle mobility of Beantown as compared to that of the Big Apple. 392 more words


Apple Picking

Fall is my favorite season, hands down. There are so many reasons to love it. After the sweltering summer the air is nice and crisp. The leaves change. 218 more words


Made in the USA: Cheeses to Celebrate Independence Day

Celebrate Independence Day with a cheese plate that is “Made in the USA!” Tripp, domestic cheese buyer in our Cambridge shop, is recommending four cheeses for this July 4th (“four for the fourth!”). 328 more words


Kid Cud Chew

The kids are getting their rumens a-workin’ with some nice first cutting hay and Poulin Lamb-n-Kid grain. It’s a great sight and means we will be able to wean them off milk soon!

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A Grand Change

It’s been almost 6 months since my last post, and in that time I’ve managed to quit my full-time job, buy a car, rent our Brooklyn apartment and pack our most necessary belongings into the trunk of our Subaru Outback. 246 more words


La Chevrerie

Kidding season 2012 is nearing its end.  Yesterday, kid number 164 was born, and there are only 6 does left to freshen.  We’ll keep some of the kids to replenish our milking herd, and the remaining kids will be pasture-raised for meat here on the farm.   15 more words

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Dandelion, Our Best Milker

Consider Bardwell’s top milker has finally freshened! Dandelion gave birth to two healthy kids, a doe and a buck. These kids sure have a lot to live up to, including Dandelion’s sweet disposition.

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