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From apples to aged cheese, Les Fromages du Verger in Québec focuses on sustainable, eco-responsible agriculture.
Imagine you’re counting sheep. Are they round, fluffy cotton balls? Imagine no more, friends, because we’ve found the sheep of your dreams.
The lush landscapes of Norway are a well-known haven for outdoor enthusiasts, photographers, and adventure-seekers. Turns out, the diverse countryside is also pretty great for cheesemaking.
With its high milk volume and adaptability, it’s no wonder why shepherds prefer the Pecora Sarda.
Feast your eyes on personality-packed portraits of sheep and goats
New to the United States, Assaf sheep—with their calm temperaments and rich milk—just might be the next big thing in American cheesemaking
Meet the popular thick-tailed dairy breed of the Middle East
Meet the long-haired lowland sheep of Sardinia
The Friesian ewe boasts great milk and good behavior
They’re hornless, hardy, and able to resist dramatic temperature swings thanks to their fine coat of white fleece