Monthly Archives: December 2009

The Dreaded Inversion

We’ve been stuck in one of our infamous inversions since just before Christmas. And on Christmas day, the air quality in Cache Valley was the worst in the nation! Now it’s bad enough to be suffering through daytime highs of … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas!

After moving a few bales of hay down from the barn, I decided to make the day a special one for the cows. I put a new bale of straw out on the dry lot for them. After a few … Continue reading

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Our Newest Stinky Cheese

Squares of our Belvedere Tomme after a few months in the cave At last summer’s farmers markets we premiered our newest cheese – Belvedere Tomme. This French-style cheese is a washed rind, “stinky” cheese made from whole raw milk from … Continue reading

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