Georges Mill Farm
Georges Mill Farm is the historic home of the George family, who arrived in the area in 1732. Although names have changed as daughters married into other families, the descendants of John George still live here over 250 years after he first settled on the land.
Today, the Civil-War era stone house serves as Georges Mill Farm Bed and Breakfast, a great place to stay while you visit the farm!
We are committed to building a sustainable farm ecosystem and continue to be good stewards of our land for future generations. Our goats get the majority of their diet from the pasture and browse around the farm, ensuring a supply of milk that makes fantastic cheese. Keeping chickens in the pastures helps to reduce the parasite load for the goats, while also building soil fertility. Rotating pigs on our pasture and feeding them the whey from cheesemaking builds our soil and turns a waste product into delicious meat.
Our creamery is hidden inside the historic bank barn, the lower level of which serves as housing for our goats. On the second floor is the milking parlor, creamery, and lots of room for barn dances in the summer and storing hay in the winter
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