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Weirauch Creamery, sheep’s milk cheese, cheesemaker interview

Check out Kirstin’s interview, the latest from It’s Not You, It’s Brie. Hard, but rewarding work running a dairy:


“…Yes, our days are long and there are many times when I am ready to eat and relax but I have to head back up the hill to finish the evening chores – feeding and watering the sheep.  Almost everytime during feeding, once the sheep have been fed and the commotion around the feeders slows down, one of the ewes will demand a little extra attention.  It is in these moments, where I am forced to slow down, that I find some contentment…”

via Weirauch Creamery, sheep’s milk cheese, cheesemaker interview.


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