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Saturday, December 3, 2011

Grandvewe Sheep Farm






Just down the road there is a sheep's farm. It sells lambs and sheep's cheese. The sheep are milked at about 3.30pm so if you make it there at that time, you'll get to see how the sheep line up. The "milkmaids" put a portion of sheep pellets inside each of the stalls. The sheep enter to get at the food and wave their butts at the milkmaids. Pop and pop... the milk pumps go on and out the milk comes flowing.

The milk is later pasteurised and cheese cultures are added. They curdle nicely inside the cheese moulds and then are cured for a time. Then, people like us taste the cheese, fall in love and buy 'em.

2 comments:

Theanne and Baron said...

Sounds good to me Petunia...I've had store bought goat cheese and it was rather tasty...I'm sure straight from the goatery it would be excellent!

Open Kitchen Concept said...

Sheep cheese!? Life is so complete in Tasmania..