Because life without cheese is like a kiss without the squeeze.
it's the milk
All Pasture Pride cheeses are crafted with the freshest milk from cooperatively organized Amish dairy farmers. They are called the Old Country Amish Dairy Cooperative. Tucked into the coulee region of the Upper Mississippi River, and populating the adjacent landscape of the Driftless region, these Amish farmers are dedicated to traditional grass based dairy and hand milking.
Each Amish farmer is milking about 12-15 grass-fed dairy cows each, and their fresh milk is brought to the creamery daily in old-fashioned milk cans.
The goat milk is also collected daily on the family farms and delivered in old-fashioned milk cans.
Hand-milking ensures that all the milk used to make Pasture Pride Cheeses is never mechanically pumped, preserving the wholesome butterfat structure and lending a silky unctuous quality to every cheese Pasture Pride makes.
You can taste the difference. This is what we know our customers taste and expect from Pasture Pride Cheeses.
Pasture Pride Cheese is located in Wisconsin in the heart of Amish Country. We craft our cheese with milk from local Amish dairies that is delivered to the factory in chilled milk cans, the old fashioned way. We produce many varieties of cheese, including Pasture Pride Cheddars, Monterey Jack, Pepper Jack, Muenster, Colby and Co-Jack.
In addition, Pasture Pride Cheese is home of “Juusto” Cheese. This is a Finnish baked cheese manufactured in our factory in Wisconsin. Savor the buttery flavor. Juusto has been judged “Best of Show” in numerous cheese competitions.
Pasture Pride Cheese offers wisconsin cheese, cheese gift baskets, gourmet cheese and organic cheese.
"We stopped here when traveling. The lady behind the counter was so friendly and helpful. They have so many varieties and flavors of cheese it is extremely difficult to choose. They have goat and cow cheese. She kept putting out samples for us to try and we ended up buying 6 varieties of cheese. It is a store on the front side and the cheese plant on the back. There are large windows so you can watch the workers make the cheese." -- TERRY M.