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Jersey cows make the best cheese

“Cherry Grove’s is a true pasture-raised herd. The only time the mix of Jersey, Holstein and Dutch Belt breeds is not grazing on pasture is when the cows are getting milked. That amounts to 211/2 hours per day on organically grown grass.

 Photo is courtesy of Cherry Grove Farm

Photo is courtesy of Cherry Grove Farm

The result is not just healthy cows; it’s better milk. Optimizing the quality of their milk means that Sam and his crew are in a position to make some of the finest cheese in the state, and that’s exactly what they do. I was lucky enough to sample some of the cheeses last week, and I was blown away by the rich aromas and sharp flavors they delivered to my palate.”

via Column by Stefanie Angstadt: Jersey cows make the best cheese | The Asbury Park Press NJ.


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