Sunday, April 28th 2019, 11 am to 4 pm
This is our annual event where you get to snuggle with the herd’s youngsters, up close and personal and see the Appleton version of kid olympics (baby goats, that is). Bring the children but leave the dog at home, please. Wear your farm boots and dress for any weather.
We’ll have plenty of cheese for sale, so pack your cooler too. Map to the farm is here.
After you hug our kids, we suggest you catch some other Midcoast Cheese Trail members in the area, who are also hosting Kid, Lamb and Calf Hugging Day events.
Offered on Tuesday Only in the off-season
In the winter when the goats are dry, I make cow cheese. Join me for a day of cheesemaking as I make my weekly cheese. Some weeks I will be making a hard cheese — ranging from a tomme to gouda to havarti to jack — and some weeks I’ll be making a bloomy rind cheese. There is some flexibility as to what we make. The Day is 9 am to 3 pm. Plan to bring clean, waterproof shoes or boots to wear in the creamery.
Fee $75. Includes a light lunch. Continue reading
In the off season months only, by prior arrangement.
Schedule a private class for your group at your location within a thirty mile radius of Appleton Creamery. $500/day for up to six people, $250/half day. Plus travel. Additional fee if I provide the milk.
What cheese would you like to learn? Contact me to discuss a date and cheese possibilities.
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Join us for our last open farm stand of 2018. Visit with the goats, sample and buy some cheese! Lots of goats milk soap, Appleton creamery teeshirts and aprons, goofy goat buttons and other goat paraphernalia. Dress warmly, this is an outdoor event. Hot chocolate and cookies will be served. Snow date: Dec 23.
780 Gurneytown Road, Appleton, ME 04862 – Map and directions may be found here.