Welcome to Cheddarville Farm! Meet Jessi. She oversees the day-to-day operations. Grandpa and Gramma own this little farm and it's been in the family for generations.

Modern dairy farming began in the early 1900s after Louis Pasteur developed the pasteurization process. Pasteurization allows for a safer product and extends the shelf life of milk by eradicating spoilage-causing bacteria through the application of heat. Milk lasts longer and can be shipped further distances. Dairy farms have become more efficient over time, and this has helped farmers reduce their environmental impact. Visit the barn to learn a bit more about dairy farming.

 

While dairy farming is the most prominent here on the farm, we pick quite a few apples to make homemade apple cider and apple pies. Gramma is teaching us all of her family recipes.

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