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After Waiting Eight Long Months….

We Are More Than Proud To Announce This Seasons Havilah Has Just Been Released In Our Farm Store!

Don’t wait too long to come out to the farm to try this mouth-watering grass-fed Italian Alpine style cheese (we just might run out).

What This Seasons Havilah Tastes Like…

The first taste that comes to mind is the pineapple notes that go right to the back of your tongue to start this mouth-watering effect, secondly
you taste the rich flavors of an Asiago combined with a sweet caramel note. Add in the hard texture and the bright
golden hue of the paste, and this cheese is a dream come true! Stop by the farm this week to try some on our sample board and stock-up for the holidays!

 

Give The Gift Of Local NJ Cheese

From Our Organic Pastures To Your Holiday Table

Cherry Grove Farm’s Holiday Cheese Plate is as unique as it is delicious. We have hand selected 3 of our favorite farmstead raw milk cheeses totaling 1 lb. in weight  ready to serve 6-8 people.

The cheeses are arranged elegantly on a natural bamboo platter, adorned with dried fruits and optional almonds. Cards with cheese descriptions, a clear wrap and natural green & blue raffia ribbons complement this perfect Holiday treat.
The complimentary disposable bamboo plate is designed for elegant entertaining. Made from 100% organically-grown bamboo, it’s unbleached, food-safe, and will biodegrade within 4-6 months.


Cheese selection includes:
Good Food Award™- finalist Toma
Full Nettle Jack
Havilah
Price: $29.99
Please visit our Farm Store, email the farm (cherrygrovefarm@verizon.net) or call (609) 219-0053 to order. Please give us at least 1 day notice. Payment is required at the time of the order and all orders must be picked up before noon on Saturday, December 24th.
Thank You From All Of Us Here At Cherry Grove Farm

What is The Great Meadows Cow Parade?

It is Our Biggest Event of The Year!

Everyone here at Cherry Grove Farm hopes you can make it out to our Great Meadows Cow Parade event on November 6th from 12-5 pm. The event is to help shine light on all the great local food, fun and music we have here in New Jersey, and to provide a fun time for friends and families. Come out and enjoy our farm and taste your way through our farmstead cheeses; savor Jammin’ Crepes newest tastiest creations; warm up with Purple Cow’s Soups; experience new cheese pairings with Jersey Jams & Jellies; enjoy a sweet treat from Charley’s Organic Toffee. In addition, the kids can have fun with the 4-H club of Mercer, face painting with Christina and Science Seeds farmstead science experiments! Take a ride on our hayride or the 4-H clubs Goat Cart. You can even take part of the Farmers Against Hunger’s Farmstead Raffle full of giveaways and coupons. Don’t miss the full farm experience as we celebrate and thank our dairy herd for providing us with the most wonderful grass-fed milk to make our farmstead cheeses. Cheer on the procession as our herd marches through the scenic organic fields, concluding their parade in our milking parlor. We hope to see you all there!

 Thank you to all of our vendors!

Mr. Scruffy Approved

Who doesn’t Like A Warm Grilled Cheese On A Chilly Fall Day?

Cherry Grove Farm is happy to announce that we will have Chef Carmine Sacchitello at the farm this fall serving up some creative farmstead grilled cheeses. Taste the flavors of our raw milk cheese straight from the cave and see how the depth of flavor changes with the addition of a little heat.

Sit back and relax on our peaceful organic pastures with a warm toasty lunch made with our Local Farmstead Cheese & Village Bakery Bread!

Get a $1 Off By Telling Chef Carmine Mr. Scruffy Sent You.

Read more about the grilled cheeses and Carmine’s Tomato-Tarragon Soup Here, compliments of Princetoneats.org.


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
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