About us

We are a micro dairy and creamery that makes fresh farmstead cheese from our own pastured goats in Cornwall, Hudson Valley, New York.

Check out our operation here.


13 Responses to “About us”

  1. amity Says:

    Oh, I love you for starting this blog…..this is the good stuff!!!

  2. edgwickfarm Says:

    Well, it was time. How did you find me?

  3. amity Says:

    Ma Beane, natch.

  4. Mitch Says:


    I love this blog So much keep up the posts they are great I have read every post from november 2007 til now so thankyou
    I have felt like i have grown up with this blog
    If that makes sense
    Thanks so much
    Thanks 4 the comment on my blog

  5. andrea Says:

    how many goats do you plan on milking after the creamery is up and running? we have a small goat farm in colorado and are considering building a creamery, it just seems hard to make it pay at all unless one gets big and milks a lot of girls?

  6. andrea Says:

    Oh! and congratulations on getting approved!!

  7. edgwickfarm Says:

    Our plan is to milk 40 girls at the most. We have 20 freshening in the late winter this year and we will gradually build the herd over five years to 40. 40 is a manageable number for us and the small farm we have (8 and 1/2 acres). We are lucky to have a very strong market in the Hudson Valley. We also expect to use the cheese as a draw to the other aspects of our farm business.

  8. Edna Says:

    Where and when can the public get your cheese?

  9. Edgwick Farm Says:

    We’re working on details! Production starts end of January. Send me an e-mail edgwickfarm at gmail.com with what you are looking for and we can send you details. Thanks for your interest!

  10. Loren Says:

    I just love that you are at the Cornwall Farmers Market. Since you have been there I have come every week to get the Marinated Canterbury. It is fabulous. Still crossing my fingers for squeaky cheese!! Also…can I suggest some other flavors that would go so well with your delicious cheese?

  11. Kathy Says:

    What do you feed your goats? Is it non gmo food?

  12. Angela Ronan Says:

    My old high school teacher, Amity Beane, suggested that I check out this farm as a result of a Facebook status I made about sending out internship applications in the goat industry (which I found comical because my undergrad is geared towards law school prep)

    I think it’s wonderful the common interests between the owner- her sister- and myself.

    I would love the opportunity to apply for any internship available or to just speak to the owner about her experience as a lawyer turned farmer and of course, goats.


    -Fellow Goat-Mom

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