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Sequatchie Cove Dancing Fern: An American Reblochon

Nice- I don’t know these cheesemakers. Another to add to “the list”!

Straight Outta Comte

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Sequatchie Cove Farm is situated 35 miles outside of Chattanooga, Tennessee surrounded by pristine Tennessee wilderness. That’s not even the best thing about them. There is a very serious commitment to sustainable land use, animal welfare, and posterity at Sequatchie Cove. I cannot put it better than they do…

“The health of the land, water, air, livestock, ourselves are all linked inextricably. We make decisions and work with this basic philosophy close to our hands and our heart. You can be sure that all of our products arrive at your door with this level of integrity in mind.

How we raise our animals is very important to us. Our animals spend their entire lives grazing in open pastures. They graze, scratch, root, and roam the way the animals were designed to. We use no pesticides, herbicides, chemical fertilizers, antibiotics or growth promoting hormones, just earth, water, compost, and careful management.

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