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Employment Opportunity: Lazy Lady Farm

Lazy Lady Farm, a small goat dairy and cheese operation located in northern Vermont, is seeking a full-time (ie 40 hrs/week), long term (ie able to commit for minimum of one year, ideally longer) employee, to begin immediately. The preferred applicant is one who has a desire to do any and all farm tasks, a curiosity about how the farm functions and a willingness to participant in all that we do here. The applicant must also be able to work quickly and efficiently as production has a cost to it. This is not a job for someone low key. This […]

Vermont Cheesemakers Win at World Championship Cheese Contest

Vermont Cheeses Shine at the World Championship Cheese Contest

Vermont Cheese Council Members Win Multiple Awards in Madison, WI

Stowe, VT – March 11, 2016:  Jasper Hill Farm cheeses captivated judges at the 2016 World Championship Cheese Contest in Madison, WI.  Along with Jasper Hill Farm, three other Vermont Cheese Council members, Vermont Creamery, Cabot Creamery Cooperative, and Boston Post Dairy, also captured top awards in their categories.  Jasper Hill Farm, located in Greensboro, won two “Best in Class” awards for “Winnimere,” a washed rind, seasonal cheese and “Moses Sleeper,” a brie style, bloomy rind cheese.  In addition, its “Harbison” won a […]

Très Bonne

French for very good!  Made with goat milk and aged 2-5 months.  Our version of Gouda. Fresh, mild and nutty flavor.  A favorite with kids!  Pairs well with sparkling cider wines, pale ales, fresh fruits.

World Championship Cheese Contest: 2016- Bronze
American Cheese Society Awards: 2012-Bronze, 2013-Silver, 2014-Gold
Eastern States Big E competition: 2013-Gold
ADGA competition: 2014-bronze

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First Farm in Orleans County Awarded Top Animal Welfare and Environmental Certification

–Lazy Lady Farm uses sustainable agriculture methods to earn Animal Welfare Approved certification–


WESTFIELD, VT (FEBRUARY 3, 2015)–The herd of dairy goats at Lazy Lady Farm is now certified as Animal Welfare Approved. This certification and food label lets consumers know these animals are raised in accordance with the highest animal welfare standards in the U.S. and Canada, using sustainable agriculture methods on an independent family farm. Lazy Lady Farm is the first farm in Orleans County to achieve this certification.

Like other AWA farmers across the country, Laini […]

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