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FRIDAY ARTS

Artisanal Cheese, Birchrun Hills Farm

  • Aired: 01/13/2011
  • 06:46
  • Rating: NR
Ken and Sue Miller from Birchrun Hills Farm, found creative ways to deal with the rise of land prices in Chester County and the change of the economics of dairy farming. In order to add value to their milk, Sue started making artisanal, raw milk cheese and now produces the Birchrun Blue, Fat Cat, Clipper, Equinox and Red Cat cheese.
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