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July 23, 2013 at 11:58 pm 1 comment

Dear Friends,

We would like to let you know about an upcoming transition that we are very excited about.

After five fulfilling years of producing the best, healthiest milk for you, our beloved Family Cow customers, we have decided to take the next step in our lives and buy a farm in Tunbridge, Vermont. At this farm we plan to produce organic butter and buttermilk from 100% grass-fed cows. Our products will be made only with our milk, so it will be considered single-source. Our research shows that no one in the U.S. is doing this, and we feel that we are the right people to start a new trend that is healthy for people and the planet!

However, this means that the Family Cow Farmstand in Hinesburg will transition to another farmer sometime this fall. Rest assured that we will work hard to find new farmers with a similar philosophy to ours who will maintain the same high level of quality that you have come to trust. We will work with the new farmers to make sure they have everything they need to continue serving you amazing milk from our happy, healthy cows!

We also want to assure you that we are working diligently to make this transition smooth for you in every sense of the word. One way we will do this is to leave half of our herd with the Family Cow farm so that there will be no disruption in milk production.

Thank-you for all your encouragement and love over the last five years. With your continued support we are changing the way people produce and consume food!

We will keep you updated as this transition develops.

Warmly,

Lindsay and Evan

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  • 1. Melissa  |  August 23, 2013 at 3:46 am

    Dear Lindsay and Evan,
    I was introduced to your farm a few months ago at Lindsay’s cheese-making course and have since made mozzarella twice using your delicious milk! It is such a joy and has become a treat to both make and eat! I am a convert to raw milk and homemade cheese.

    Thank you so much for your lessons and please give us a heads’ up in advance of your move.

    M. Sands

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