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Holiday Celebrations with Cheese At Yellow Springs Farm - December 12 and 19

December 5, 12, 19—three Saturdays for you to pick from
10 am to 4 pm each day
Please visit us, and taste our goat milk cheeses.
Cheeses make great gifts—gift certificates for cheeses, and for native plants both for sale, too.

1165 Yellow Springs Road
Chester Springs, PA 19425
610.827.2014
catherine@yellowspringsfarm.com
www.yellowspringsfarm.com

Yellow Springs Farm proudly offers both fresh and aged Artisanal Goat Cheeses. The most important part of our cheeses is the exceptionally good milk our goats produce. We breed and raise Nu­bian goats, with occasional genetic crosses, carefully selected for their naturally nutrient rich milk. Our herd browses pasture, cleans up invasive plant species in the wood­land, and basks in the sun. Our goats also eat local hay, and organic grains.

Al and Catherine Renzi make Yellow Springs Farm cheeses using age-old processes borrowed from both French and Italian traditions. Our original interpreta­tion of these recipes, and inclusion of farm-raised herbs, nuts, and honey make many unique Yellow Springs Farm Goat Cheeses. Each small batch is handmade, and never includes preservatives or anything artificial.

We offer both fresh, pasteurized milk cheeses, and exclusive raw milk cheeses aged 60 days or more. We love to select palette-pleasing trends to pair with local, fresh foods. There is always a new cheese to try. Please ask for tasting and cheese pairing notes so that you can enjoy all the good flavors of Yellow Springs Farm.

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