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Cows, Goats and Water Buffalo Agree – It’s Nearly Time to Get Your Cheese On – Petaluma, CA Patch

Who doesn’t love cheese? Who doesn’t love an excuse to explore Sonoma County’s back roads?

Who hasn’t bought their tickets to the 6th annual California Artisan Cheese Festival this March 23 through 25? Great fun and yummy culinary adventures await those bold enough to book early. We mention this so you can start “banking” calories now to devote to the utter delicious experience of gourmet Wine Country cheese sampling that takes place the last weekend in March. Consider the first event on the first day: Tour A begins on gorgeous Valley Ford Road at Bellwether Farms where the Callahan family produces sheep and cow’s milk cheese. Back in 1986, Cindy Callahan bought a few sheep to mow the pastures on their farm and the rest is artisan cheese history. Further down the road, swing into the Bianchi-Moreda Ranch and Valley Ford Cheese Company. Karen Bianchi-Moreda is the fourth generation of her family to farm the ranch where 400 Jersey cows are milked daily.

Full story via petaluma.patch.com

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