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Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Farmers Creamery


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    1. Unfortunately no locally produced ice cream. There is a restaurant in town that makes their own ice cream. Their flavor today is balsamic vinegar.

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    2. Yum! Balsamic vinegar and ice cream is a wonderful combination!

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  2. I remember creameries. As a youngster I'd help my uncle milk the cows and we'd carry the cans to the driveway and the creamery folks would come by and haul them off. Good times!

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  3. Looks like it's been there a while... Neat.

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  4. The building is impressive looking, but unfortunately the Creamery is long gone. Small dairy farms seldom exist any longer. Milk cows mostly reside in large factory farms that contract with major cheese producers and dairies.

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  5. Very neatly kept building, could double up as the town hall nowadays.

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  6. Nice bric building. You can use it for a lot of things.

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    1. There is currently a micro brewery using part of the building.

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  7. Creamery!! I like the sound of that TFG, more than the sound of a micro brewery ☺☺

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  8. Creamery!! I like the sound of that TFG, more than the sound of a micro brewery ☺☺

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  9. Did you stock up on some "cream"?

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  10. I'm glad it is still standing -- reading your comments answered my question about what it is currently -- sad -- there aren't very many family farms of any kind any more.

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