Our cheese is sold at Anderson's Meat and Grocery in Jewell, Hy-Vee in Webster City and Hy-Vee and Wheatsfield Cooperative in Ames. Alluvial Brewing Company in Ames carries our curds and KaffeGeita in Story City uses a bunch of our cheese in their soups and salads. It's All Good in Radcliffe also sells all our products - just ask at the counter.
Cheese is also available in Ames through Farm to Folk, a wonderful program where you can order farmers' products online and and pick up your order once a week (no membership required). Similarly, Remnant Hills Farm offers our cheese along with their pasture-raised meat and eggs at a buying club in Ames and Beaverdale.
In Des Moines, our cheese is offered through the Iowa Food Cooperative and at the Downtown Farmers' Market.
We also have a buying club in the Twin Cities. You can order cheese from us and pick it up once a month in either St. Paul or Minneapolis. You can join the club here.
If you are buying cheese through one of our buying clubs, you can order it online. We are working on figuring out the best system to ship it from the farm, so hopefully it will soon be available to more of you.
In the same family as Provolone, but with a rich, buttery flavor, this is the perfect cheese for melting and toasting. Ingrid’s Pride is hand-stretched in hot whey to form a 6 lb ball, which then forms a natural rind while hanging in the aging room 6-18 months. Vacuum-sealed as 1/2 lb wedges.
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This semi-hard, aged Tomme-style cheese, similar to Gruyere or Comte has a sharp, tangy, complex flavor that is great for crackers or sandwiches.
With a white, bloomy rind and creamy middle, our Camembert intensifies in both gooeyness and flavor as it ripens. Made in very small batches, each wheel of cheese is handcrafted and sold in individual wheels. The buttery, salty, and slightly bitter flavor of this cheese is perfectly paired with a bright jam, sweet honey, white wine, or wheat beer.
Each wheel is approximately 0.85 pounds.