Tag Archives: cheesemaking

Life Force and Cheese

Traditionally made cheese is a living, fermented, food; full of living microbes that are dynamically interacting and evolving. It has a life force.   The milk comes from amazing dairy animals – goats, sheep, cows, buffalo and others. They have … Continue reading

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Cheesemaking – the Science, and the Art

Our goats have flourished in the spring conditions and milk production reached an all-time high this month. Last month 8400 litres poured into the vat, compared to 5600 litres last spring, and 4200 litres the year before that. But it’s not … Continue reading

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Position Vacant at Holy Goat Cheese

Assistant cheese maker/ dairy goat milker Holy Goat Cheese is regarded as one of the finest farmhouse goat cheese producers in Australia.  The farm is certified organic with the National Association for Sustainable Agriculture Australia. This position requires assisting in … Continue reading

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