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Making Bonnyclabber cheese on the Middle Peninsula

The goats at Sullivan’s Pond Farm are a happy lot, especially when feeding time comes around.

Joe Fudge, Daily Press

When Tim Sullivan carries buckets of feed into the pen, the herd races for the feeding troughs, munching noisily and pushing each other out of the way.

“You have to feed them and run,” he says with a smile. “They come charging at you.”

Another happy lot is the growing number of customers that are discovering the goat’s milk cheeses the Sullivans have been manufacturing the past several years. Products from their Bonnyclabber Cheese Co. are now available at retail locations, including Whole Foods (the Virginia Beach store opened last week), and on their website.

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The entire operation takes place on their 81/2-acre farm on the Middle Peninsula.

via The Sullivans make goat’s milk cheese in the old-fashioned way at their Northern Neck farm – dailypress.com.


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