With November upon us we have some great news. The Appleton Cheese Trail is extending Saturday open farms into November, closing after Thanksgiving. We may be open at Appleton Creamery on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving if supplies allow. We’ll keep you posted on that. We’re doing the Maine Harvest Festival in Bangor, and will be selling at both Bath and Belfast Farmers’ Markets again this winter. Read on for details. Continue reading
We’re participating in Maine’s Open Farm Day again this year along with scores of other Maine farms. On Sunday July 24 from 11am to 4pm you can meet the goats, tour the farm & dairy, see cheese being made, sample & buy cheese. The pizza oven will be going! Also check out nearby wineries.
Please no pets.
ME Water Buffalo Co. in Appleton and Savage Oakes Vineyard and Winery in Union are also open farms.
APPLETON CHEESE TRAIL
Our normal hours at the farm on Appleton Cheese Trail are 11 to 5 every Saturday through October if the weather permits.Read more about Appleton Cheese Trail.
Apprentice Elizabeth showing some goat love at the Belfast Farmers’ Market.
Saturday, April 30, we’re having our first Annual Kid Hugging Day at Appleton Creamery. We invite you to come on out to the farm between 11am and 4pm to meet some of our future generation of milkers, and get in a little goat snuggle. Then, follow the newly created Appleton Cheese Trail, and visit ME Water Buffalo Co., and hug some of their calves!
You can read all about our new farm stand and the Appleton Cheese Trail here. We’ll be open at the farm for goat viewing and cheese buying every Saturday, 11 to 5 from June 18 through October. At the farm you’ll also have the option of purchasing a cheese tasting plate guided by one of the Appleton Creamery cheesemakers.