Turkeyfoot Creek Creamery derived it’s name from the picturesque creeks and fields surrounding the habitat of the farm’s goats.
We have about 50 milking goats and growing, all of which produce about 50 gallons a day of the delicious milk that goes into our hand-crafted artisan cheeses. The goats are housed in a historic barn adjacent to our newly built cheese making facility which contains top of the line equipment and our extensive cheese cave.
We raise Saanen, Lamancha, and Alpine milking goats and make cheese from their milk on our very own farm. Through this we are able to oversee every aspect of the superb taste of our cheeses. Our herd is milked twice a day, at 7:00am and 7:00pm. The infants graze on our 5 acre pasture and the mature females are given the proper amount of nutrients to sustain their butter fat, making an excellent pound of cheese per goat each day!
Turkeyfoot Creek Creamery is family owned and has been effectively managing various livestock for over 20 years.