Cow Parade 2021

At long last, Cherry Grove Farm’s Cow Parade will be in full swing this November 6th! 

Come join us on farm for our biggest annual celebration from 1 pm – 6 pm.

Based on the European tradition of moving cattle from one seasonal grazing pasture to the other, it’s the perfect way to celebrate the coming of colder months. Local vendors, food and beverages (adult ones, too!), music by This Old House, activities for kids, a hayride, bonfire, and most importantly: our cows dressed in their best parading down their path!

American Cheese Month

It’s nearing the end of American Cheese Month and here we are folks! Pictured are the people who make Cherry Grove Farm’s tasty cheese happen.
    We are ever grateful for your support, this last year more than ever and going forward into a bright future. We couldn’t do it without you, our committed and adventurous eaters, and we THANK YOU!
 Note this portrait features us in our new T-shirt designed by the talented Malachi Egan. It’s a limited edition you’ll see at Farmers’ Markets and our farm store this summer.

Job Opportunities at Cherry Grove Farm!

Dairy Herd Manager

Cherry Grove Farm is looking for a full-time Dairy Herd Manager!

All of our milk goes into on-premise cheesemaking so cheesemilk producing experience is highly sought after. Minimum 3 year experience in dairy agriculture. 

For more information click here!

Cheesemaker Apprentice

Cherry Grove Farm is looking for their yearly Creamery Apprentice!

You will be exposed to the world of farmstead cheese making from the ground up. Learn cheese processes – pasteurizing, safety protocols and HACCP familiarity, handling the curd, basic milk/cheese chemistry, plus the crucial work of affinage. Click here for more info! 


Dairy Farm Apprentice

Passionate about farming? Interested in grass-based, sustainable farm practices?

Take an apprenticeship at Cherry Grove Farm and see a grass-based sustainable creamery and farm up close. We have an opening for a farm production intern beginning in Spring 2021. Click here for more info! 

Farm Worker

Cherry Grove Farm is looking for a reliable, hardworking farmhand who can help with all aspects of dairy farming, from fence line, water line and equipment maintenance to milking and livestock chores. Click here for more info!

Cherry Grove Farm Delivers!


‘Tis the season to spread holiday cheer- send a gift basket to those you hold dear.

This holiday season Cherry Grove Farm is doing all we can to help you and your loved ones spread the love without spreading COVID-19. As we have in years past, Cherry Grove Farm offers a variety of gift baskets online and in store for shipping or pick-up. However this year, different circumstances call for a different approach.

Along with our weekly delivery program, we will also be offering local gift basket delivery from now until the 23rd of December. Look online for our pre-made options or give us a call to build your own! We offer a wide variety of baskets, cheeses, local pantry and local gift items. 

Currently we deliver Fridays within a 30 minute radius of our farm. We have a $60 minimum with a delivery charge for orders that fall under $60. We offer delivery for everything except Cherry Grove Farm eggs.

To place a delivery order, email us at cherrygrovefarm.delivery@gmail.com

We also offer curbside pick-up!

To place a curbside pick-up order, please give our store a call at 609-219-0053.


Did you know Cherry Grove Farm delivers wine?

Give us a call at 609-219-0053 to see what we have in stock and when our next delivery date is! There is no pair quite like farmstead cheese and locally made Unionville wine.

Add it to a gift basket, delivery order, or curbside pick-up order!

Sale of alcohol is NOT PERMITTED to customers under the age of 21.

New Year— New Sales!

With the New Year just around the corner, Cherry Grove Farm is having an end of year sale.

For limited time customers can enjoy 15% off Havilah, 15% off Oooumami, 20% off of cheese wedges weighing 1lb or greater, 20% off of all gift bags, 15% off of Katahdin lamb skins, and more!

We are open every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 10am – 5pm and every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 10am-6pm.

Holiday hours may vary*

Cherry Grove Farm Honored As  Good Food Awards WINNER!

        Cherry Grove Farm is thrilled to announce that their marquee farmstead cheese, Havilah, has been honored as a 2020 Good Foods Awards WINNER! The Good Food Awards are second to none in the industry for not only recognizing taste, but also the sustainability and stewardship of their winners.

        We are a dairy farm and creamery situated on 480 acres in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, making farmstead cheeses from our grass-fed raw cows’ milk. Our cheeses are made in small batches and aged on the farm, with attention paid to the craft of cheesemaking from seasonal milk. Each piece reflects the distinct flavors, aromas and seasonal variations of our land. We practice rotational grazing on organically certified pastures, and harvest our own hay in the summer, feeding our cows during the winter months. Farm milk is crafted into a variety of cheeses striving to harness the best flavor possible from our pastures.
        Cherry Grove Farm is thankful to the Good Food Awards for recognizing the hard work of our holistic grass-based farming and the skillful craftsmanship that goes into making Havilah.  We see this award as an honored recognition of our team, our land, our cows, and the exceptional cheese we can yield from a sustainable collaboration. 

        Havilah is a hard-aged, raw milk cheese with some characteristics of the mountain cheeses of the Alps. In the same breath it is also entirely our own after 10 years of honing the recipe to our aging environments, pastures, and of course our taste! This is a cheese of immense flavors, with a diverse range of notes from citrus fruits and nuts, all the way to the heady tastes of caramel and a Sunday roast with all the fixins’.  Havilah is aged 9-15 months and only made in the Spring and Summer from prime pastures. Havilah can be found at select cheese counters throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, a variety of NJ and Philly farmers’ markets we attend, and at our farm store.


The Good Food Awards celebrate the kind of food we all want to eat: tasty, authentic and responsible. Rising to the cream of the crop from 1835 entries, finalists represent 307 among 43 states, and have passed vetting for category-specific sustainability standards. Winners represent even fewer, with just a few from each region. Now in its 10th year, awards are given to winners in 16 categories: beer, charcuterie, cheese, chocolate, cider, coffee, confections, elixirs, fish, honey, oils, pantry, pickles, preserves, snacks and spirits. The Good Food Awards Seal assures consumers they have found something exceptionally delicious that also supports sustainability and social good.


1902 - Family purchased farm

1910 - Leased land to dairy farmer

1987 - Hamill Brothers inherit farm

2002 - Started as a family business

2003 - Started a beef herd, laying hens, and pigs

2004 - Added sheep and attained organic certification of pasture land

2005 - Added dairy herd and began making fresh cheeses like mozzarella

2006 - Built aging caves and began making aged cheeses

2012 - Grid Magazine’s Cheese of the Month (Nov – Full Nettle Jack); Finalist at the Good Food Awards (Toma)

2013 - Won 2 blue ribbons from the American Cheese Society(for Buttercup Brie and Lawrenceville Jack Reserve); Added second cheesemaker

2014 - Broke ground on additional aging space and began process of getting AWA certification for our chickens