Gordon's Goat Dairy began early in the winter of 2003 when there was a surplus of milk in the dairy and every Goat producer had to dump a percentage of their milk. The Edgar family couldn't rationalize wasting good milk, so they got the idea to make cheese, butter and ice-cream.
All the grains and hay fed to the goats are grown on their land. They use land-preserving crop rotation with a minimum of tillage, and no GMO crops. They like to use preventive measures to keep our girls in good health so we feed them natural supplements (Bentinite clay, apple cider and whey) in their feed. They love it and it keeps them healthy, happy, and producing high quality milk every day, in turn producing high quality hormone-free and antibiotic-free cheeses.