"And he will give grass in your fields for your livestock,

and you shall eat and be full"  Deuteronomy 11:15

1806 Nobles Mill Rd. Darlington, MD 21034

cedarhillfarmcheese@gmail.com

443-987-3324 

Our Mission

Our mission is to produce cheese using traditional methods from our own 100% grass-fed, organic (USDA), raw jersey cow's milk.  These characteristics produce a nutritious product that is delicious and unique - it's rich, creamy, and bursting with flavor!

Why Grass-Fed?

It’s better for the cows and you.  Health is important which is why we choose to feed our cows the diet that is naturally intended for them in the wild.  Research indicates that milk from grass-fed cows contains the right balance of essential fatty acids, more vitamins, and up to 500% more CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid – the only compound found in animals that actually inhibits cancer).  After all, you are what you eat! And although 100% grass-fed cows produce less than cows that are fed other concentrates we prefer quality over quantity.

Why Raw Milk?

Our bodies benefit from natural.  Raw milk products retain the full complement of enzymes, amino acids, vitamins, and lactose-producing bacteria our bodies need.  Pasteurization not only destroys many of these helpful enzymes but the flavor as well and can actually encourage lactose intolerance.   

Why Organic?

Organically-produced foods such as our products are higher in antioxidants and other nutrients than their conventional counterparts.  Our pastures are not treated with chemical fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides; thus, our cows’ milk products as well as the other ingredients that we use are organic.

Why Seasonal?

We believe that everything has a season including farming.

And because we like to work with nature, not against it, we follow the patterns of our local season.  Our cows calve in the Spring during the beginning of grass-growing season and after they end their lactation period in the Autumn as the grass is ending its growth they take a Winter break before the next milking cycle begins in the Spring again.