How the Cheese Crumbles…and other Tales from the Farm
Blogging about farming, family, and making cheese.
Who We Are
Raising and milking grass-fed Holstein-Friesan cattle on our beautiful family farm in Scotland.
A family of 3, exploring the outdoors and growing and making our own where we can.
Exploring the fascinating world of cheesemaking and seeing where that exciting path might lead.
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Tales from the Farm
- On Looking Back and Moving ForwardIt’s funny isn’t it? We spend so much of our adult life look back on the past, considering what we could or should have done differently, where we went wrong perhaps, reflecting on what brought us to this placeContinue reading “On Looking Back and Moving Forward”
- New Day and a New CheeseI always feel a great deal of excitement when embarking on a new project, especially when the outcome from my experiment is bound to be delicious. It’s two weeks into our cheddar ageing process and, although a few more cheddarsContinue reading “New Day and a New Cheese”
- Good Fences Make Good Neighbours“Good fences make good neighbours;” so says the narrator’s neighbour in the American poet, Robert Frost’s, poem ‘Mending Wall‘. It begins: “Something there is that doesn’t love a wall…” a sentiment many farmers could agree with. Of course, the wallContinue reading “Good Fences Make Good Neighbours”