What’s New.

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The setting sun is beautiful. Yeah it’s cold and until the first of March, field work is really not happening. Laws keep us from spreading manure during certain times of the year. This year they sent out a memo allowing commercial fertilizer could begin about a week ago. However the ground was still to soft. We have stored manure, and as soon as the ground is fit we can start spreading. Until then we are still fixing things and preparing for the new season.

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One new thing we were able to add, was a walk in cooler for our cheeses and butters. It seems like a little thing but for us it is huge. We do most all the work ourselves. Sure it would be nice to call and have someone come in and do it, but it’s costly. So little by little we make changes.

We also plan to have some new cheese flavors on the market. Being from the Eastern Shore of Maryland we have 3 shakers on the table. Salt, Pepper, and Old Bay….or JO depending on your desire. So it comes at no surprise that one of our  new cheese flavors will be a Colby cheese seasoned with Old Bay. It will need to age for 60 days, but it’s should be ready before the boating season begins.

We are given a beautiful sun rise and sunset every day. Some days it is clouded and dark but it is how we choose to see it. To us each day is beautiful and a blessing. Have a great day.

 

 

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