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Four beautiful farms and creameries for sale

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If you’ve ever thought about owning a dairy farm and creamery, this spring might just be a good time to take a closer look. We found the following noteworthy opportunities in North Carolina, New Jersey, Maine, and Washington; you can discover more complete cheesemaking operations and equipment for sale in the American Cheese Society classifieds.

The owners of Looking Glass Creamery are selling their original creamery and shop near Asheville, North Carolina and moving elsewhere to expand the business. They’re taking their cheese vats with them but leaving the rest of the equipment. The bucolic property also comes with a furnished three-bedroom chink log cabin and an outdoor pizza kitchen. Learn more here.

Bobolink Dairy and Bakehouse

Bobolink Dairy and Bakehouse in Milford, New Jersey is set on a 186-acre regenerative farm with an 1820 farmhouse, a three-bedroom ranch house, three barns, a creamery, bakehouse, and shop. The farm’s 140 dairy cattle and all cheese and bread-baking equipment is included in the sale. Learn more here.

Samish Bay Cheese

The owners of Samish Bay Cheese in Bow, Washington, are ready to retire after running the organic, farmstead creamery for 23 of its 26 years. The 54-acre property includes a modern cheese production facility and retail shop, a 33,000-square foot pole barn, and a 4-bedroom farmhouse with an attached apartment. Learn more here.

Swallowtail Farm and Creamery

Swallowtail Farm and Creamery is located on 4 acres along the Sheepscot River in the midcoast Maine town of Whitefield. The owners will sell the creamery, barn with milking stalls, equipment, recipes, farmstand, and everything you need to get started with or without the farmhouse. Learn more here.

Susan Axelrod

Susan Sherrill Axelrod is a former editor of Culture. Her love affair with cheese began at age 12, when she bicycled to a gourmet shop to taste an exotic newcomer—French brie. She lives with her partner in midcoast Maine, where she enjoys a well-made cocktail, hiking with their dog, Lucy, and spending as much time as possible on the water.

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