What's New at Meadow Creek Dairy

Spring is Coming

The construction site

The new year is quickly passing, and here at Meadow Creek Dairy we're gearing up for a new year of production. Cows begin calving on the third of March, and we hope to start making cheese again by the middle of April. The construction project that kept the shop shut down for most of last year is finally showing real progress, as you can see in the picture to the left. In addition I've been at work on the webpage. The order page now offers a greater degree of security to our customers, and I hope to have a Frequently Asked Questions page and a few other improvements up soon.

We've had to make some changes to our cheese lineup as well. For the past two years we've been able to avoid raising the price of our cheese, but now our rising costs make a price increase necessary. Additionally, we've decided that we can no longer offer the Grayson as wedge pieces; it's too difficult to cut quality wedges from such a delicate cheese.

Jim and the Pheasant

And, finally, as you can see, we have a new resident on the farm who's not quite as wild as he should be!

Thanks to all our customers for their support and input, and we hope to see more of you in the new year.

posted at 11:36 on February 12, 2005 by Meadow Creek Dairy