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CarltonWR Posted - Feb 18 2020 : 08:43:21 AM
We have a small ranch-in-progress in the eastern mountains of Shasta county. I’ve been a huge fan fan of “Milk Cow Kitchen” for a couple of years. If I would have read it before we bought our first cow, I probably would have tried to get a small jersey. We ended up with Irish Dexters because of their size and reputation for easy calving. It’s probably a good thing since shortly after we got our cow, I ended up having to go back to work for a couple of years. Our Dexter‘s have never been milked but have given us some nice beef over the last few years. However, my desire to make cheese is back! Whether I ever milk my cows or not, I have access to wonderful raw milk from a local dairy. I look forward to learning! Thank you!
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maryjane Posted - Feb 19 2020 : 10:32:51 AM
Welcome! We're so very pleased to meet you.

Just yesterday, I was sorting through the cheeses in one of our refrigerator cheese cellars and lovin' each one with an extra pat. Cheese tends to be our specialty, so ask away once you get started. And thank you for buying/reading Milk Cow Kitchen. It was truly a labor of love.