Marin French Cheese brings aged product into the future

03/17/2015 - Santa Rosa Press Democrat

For the past eight years, Borgo has helped guide the 150-year-old company into the future, carefully navigating between the twin guideposts of tradition and innovation ... more

From Cow To Curd: Artisan Cheesemaking Near Brooten

03/07/2015 - SCTimes

Three days a week, Sjostrom is out of the house before the sun comes up. Heading out across the driveway, Sjostrom makes her way to the gray building adorned with the logo that bears a slight resemblance to her, or more precisely, her vibrant red hair ... more

How a Baby and a Herd of Sheep Turned a Couple of Amateurs Into Award-Wining Cheese Makers

01/06/2015 - takepart

“I’ll never forget,” she recalls. “I was at home, folding little tiny clothes, and Steven walked in to the room: ‘What do you think of milking sheep?’ ” ... more

Cheese Wiz: How Microbiology Can Make Cheddar Better

12/18/2014 - Modern Farmer

“Our goal,” says Mateo Kehler, who founded Jasper Hill Farm just over a decade ago with his brother, Andy, “is to elevate the quality and the character of our cheeses by understanding every aspect of their production, from soil science to what the cows eat to the microbes we use.” ... more

Cheese Fresh From The Farm

12/08/2014 -

It doesn't get much fresher from the farm than cheese that can be bought at the farmstead where it is processed and the cows who provide the milk for it are milked. Redhead Creamery is one of a very few places in Minnesota where cows' milk cheese lovers can do so ... more

Yerington Cheesemaker Pursues Its Slice

11/17/2014 - Neveda Appeal

“We’re the local cheese for the state of Nevada.” That’s what David Green replies when managers at grocers, restaurants and hotels ask him why they should carry or serve his Yerington-made artisan cheeses ... more

After A Taste Of Cheese-Making Hobby, Santa Ynez Valley Couple Get Down To Business

11/16/2014 - Noozhawk

Kristin and Russ Collins’ Santa Ynez Valley Cheese Company turns to local dairies and is finding a niche with area wineries — and cyclists ... more

Wisconsin Factory Helps Recall Tiedtke’s Tradition

08/26/2014 - The Blade

Cheese is a subject of great importance, and great passion, in Wisconsin. And it is a tradition among the Henning family of that state, whose factory in the small town of Kiel celebrates its 100th anniversary this year ... more

Making Artisan Cheese, A Couple Preserves A Way Of Life

08/04/2014 - USDA

John and Nancy Mims never imagined they would be running a dairy when they met at the University of Florida and married 40-some years ago. He was going to be an architect and a pilot, and she was going to be a nurse ... more

In Ohio Cow Country, He’s Making Cheese From A Herd Of Goats

07/22/2014 - The Boston Globe

The flat land and fertile fields of northwest Ohio are an ideal place to grow corn and soybeans and graze cattle. One farmer has decided it’s also ideal for goats ... more

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