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Keswick Creamery

Cumberland Co., PA

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Keswick Creamery is located on a family dairy farm near Newburg, PA in the beautiful Cumberland Valley. They have had registered Jersey cows since 1974 and started farming in 1978.

The cows are raised in a humane and healthy way. They are not confined to a barn, instead they are allowed to graze freely on lush pastures. They have never used rBST on their cows or docked their tails. They have not used any herbicides, pesticides, or chemical fertilizers on their farm in almost forty years and have been rotationally grazing their cows since 1990. They use organic practices on their farm but are not certified organic since they purchase some feed locally. Cows eat fresh grass in season and dry hay in the winter. They do not feed any fermented feeds.

In February 2001 the family started making aged raw milk cheeses in their small, licensed on-farm cheese plant. In February 2006 they added a pasteurizer and started making fresh products such as ricotta, soft cheese, and chocolate pudding. All cheeses are hand made using traditional, time-honored methods using only fresh milk, live cultures, and calf rennet. The ricotta, quark, pudding, and frischkase are made without rennet. Since the cows are fed their natural diet of grass and hay the cheese is a natural creamy yellow color, as the seasons change the color of the cheese will vary depending on how much fresh grass the cows consume.

Keswick Creamery is located on a family dairy farm near Newburg, PA in the beautiful Cumberland Valley. They have had registered Jersey cows since 1974 and started farming in 1978. The cows are raised in a humane and healthy way. They are not confined to a barn, instead they are allowed to graze freely on lush pastures. They have never used rBST on their cows or docked their tails. They have not used any herbicides, pesticides, or chemical fertilizers on their farm in almost forty years and have been rotationally grazing their cows since 1990. They use organic practices on our farm but are not certified organic since they purchase some feed locally. Cows eat fresh grass in season and dry hay in the winter. They do not feed any fermented feeds.

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