Conway Family Farm Goats Milk Cheddar
: A Labor of Love :
Nestled on Livingston Mountain in Southwest Washington, a herd of dairy goats are gently tended to produce high quality goats milk and goats milk dairy products. Twenty five Nubian does are milked twice daily for their sweet and low fat milk, some of which produces tasty goats milk cheese.
Shaun & Lorrie Conway lovingly tend the herd, do the hand milking, and produce and age wheels of cheese in their on-site cheese room and hand-constructed cave.
: This is Us :
Over 25 years of farming and producing products from the land and livestock. We’re so blessed to share this passion together, and by turns share it with you. The farm is a Grade A Dairy and all products are made only with milk from the goats on the farm.
: Our Goats Milk Cheeses :
A classic white with luscious melting properties, this cheese blends well into dishes and is also a creamy standalone with hors d’oevres.
With exotic notes of paprika, this hand-stirred marbled cheese has a tasty nose and a slightly spicy taste that accompanies middle eastern cuisine as well as it goes with nuts and fruit.
Boulder Creek Cumin
Cumin has long been used as a hidden flavor component in fermented foods. The flavor of cumin is prominent in this cheese, and goes well with white wine and hearty stews.
The newest cheese on the block, the Rye is pronounced enough to stand with beer and pretzels, or as a sweet note to a baguette.
*Note: Our new Rye is still aging and so in limited production and not guaranteed to ship. When more is aged, quantities will be available.
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: Purchase :
Buy wedges, quarter, half and whole wheels at our online store.
The farm store is closed for remodeling. We are anxious to welcome you back to purchase cheese and other farm fresh products at the farm in spring. Check back here to learn about the farm store spring opening.
Find our cheeses at:
Bay, Hay & Feed, Bainbridge Island, Washington | select New Seasons Stores, Portland, Oregon | At the farm
or request from your retailer.