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A New Frontier: Farmstead Sheep Milk Cheese

Sheep milk production world wide (Source: UN FAO – Food and Agriculture Organization)

At Larkhaven Farmstead Cheeses, Clare Paris and her husband Sam Howell have been producing aged raw milk cheese for nearly 20 years and began marketing commercially about 5 years ago.

Larkhaven Farm

Today, Clare and her husband Sam are members of a very exclusive club! How exclusive? Let’s start with the dairy industry…

In 2007 (the most recent US Agricultural Census) there were 65,000 farms raising dairy cows and 9.2 million cows in those operations. Compare that with the number of dairy goat operations – 330,000 dairy goats were raised on 27,500 farms. At the same time, 31,000 farms raised 9 million sheep, almost all of them for meat or wool, very few for their milk.

North America doesn’t even warrant a dot on the map of global sheep milk production. The majority of sheep milk is produced in Europe, the Middle East, Northern Africa, and Eastern Asia.

via A New Frontier: Farmstead Sheep Milk Cheese « GoodFood World.


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