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Local Dairy

A Centuries-Old Commitment to Quality

Cheesemaking is not a new art in New England. In the 1620's the earliest settlers of Plymouth Plantation brought the tools and skills needed to make cheese, with them from England to America. Throughout the history of New England, the cheese industry has grown. Recently, a new interest in artisanal cheesemaking has led to a renaissance in farmhouse cheesemaking.

Dotted throughout the New England landscape are local farms and  artisinal cheese makers  who work closely with Northeast Family Farms.  


  • Arethusa 

  • Cato Corner 

  • PIneland

  • Silvery Moon


  • Great Hill Dairy

  • Grey Barn

  • High Lawn (milk/yogurt)

  • Smith Country

  • Valley View Farm

  • Westfield Farm

New Hampshire
  • Boggy Meadow Creamery

  • Landaff Creamery

  • North Country

New York
  • First Light

  • four Fat Fowl

  • Nettle Meadow 

  • Old Chatham Sheepherding

  • Yancey’s Fancy

Rhode Island
  • Narragansett Creamery

  • Blythedale 

  • Cabot Creamery

  • Champlain Valley

  • Grafton Village

  • Jasper Hill 

  • Maplebrook 

  • Mckenzie

  • Parish HIll

  • Plymouth Artisan

  • Scholten

  • Shelburne 

  • Spring Brook 

  • Twig Farm

  • Vermont Creamery

  • Von Trapp Creamery


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