Upcoming Events at the Farm

Upcoming Open Houses 2016

We will be taking February and March off from our monthly open houses while we help our does deliver their kids. We will be open again in April with loads of bouncing baby goats to cuddle!

Saturday, April 2nd 1:00 – 3:00

Saturday, May 7th  1:00-3:00

Saturday, June 11th 1:00 – 3:00

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Come On Over…

These events are open to the public and are a great way to learn more about our animals, cheeses, and to ask questions about farm life.

Come tour our barns, peek inside our creamery, taste cheese and soak up the beautiful scenery.

Be sure to wear appropriate closed-toe footwear with which you can step into a shallow sanitation bath.  Bring layers, friends, kiddos and prepare for a fun day at our little corner of paradise.

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Cheese Classes!

Check back here for more dates as they become available.

We’re opening up the Farmhouse Kitchens again for our popular cheese-making classes. Each will cover Core Home Cheese-Making Skills and feature one style of cheese. We will make the cheese, tour the farm, nosh on cheese and accoutrements, and send you home with your homemade cheese and materials.

 

 

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Tipsoo Sandwich

Ever find yourself with a whole beautiful wheel of Tipsoo, and no ideas for its consumption?

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We know the conundrum. Here’s one delectable possibility:

Ingredients:
good bread (we recommend Bakery Nouveau’s sourdough)
Tipsoo
turkey (or your choice of deli meat)
avocado
tomato
butter
*other sandwich fixings – onions, mustard, spinach, etc.

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We like to toast our bread to warm us up on these chilly fall days.

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Next, assemble your ingredients, and

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Bon Appetit!

2015 FLOCKing Opportunity

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F.L.O.C.K. Program

Farm Lovers Opportunity to Care for Kids

*Do you enjoy farm animals but don’t have the land, time or knowledge to have your own?
*Does the sight of a baby animal warm your heart?
*Would you like to bottle feed kids and learn about their care?

Then we have an opportunity for you!  Learn about spring on a dairy farm first hand. Join a team of farm lovers who will welcome the babies of 2015 to Mountain Lodge Farm. All training will be provided, no experience necessary.  Children over 10 welcome with a parent or sibling over 18.

On-farm training session is required for new F.L.O.C.K.ers  You will need to be able to commit at least 2 partial days per month for at least 2 months.

Goat kids will arrive early February through the end of March, so we’ll need help bottle-feeding babies from February through May.

Email  Sherwin@mountainlodgefarm.com for more information