Ten cheeses are available, both goat and cow, both soft and hard cheeses for sampling and purchasing at the farm or may be purchased through the mail: Fresh Chevre ($7.50 for 6 oz. container), Pyramid Point ($22 per pound, a complex, ash-layered cheese), Poet’s Tomme ($22 per pound, aged cow cheese), Mattone ($22 per pound, Taleggio-style cow cheese), Tribute ($25 per pound, mixed goat and cow’s milk), April Showers ( $22 per pound, soft-ripened goat cheese similar to a Brie), La Mancha MOO ($25 per pound, Camembert-style cow’s milk cheese), Noella ($18 per pound, Alpine cow’s cheese good for melting), Lily Rose ($25 per pound, available Spring and Summer, a goat’s milk Camembert style cheese), and Farmer’s Feta ($15 per pound).
It’s just the sort of farm visit side trip that makes the South Haven area so appealing. And did you know goats love to eat poison ivy?
And did you know the name for a group of pigs depends on the animals' ages? A group of young pigs is called a drift, drove or litter. Groups of older pigs are called a sounder of swine, a team or passel of hogs or a singular of boars.
Evergreen Lane Farm & Creamery
Cathy and Tom Halinski
1824 66th St.
Fennville, MI 49408