Meadowset Farm is a 30 acre family farm in the heart of southeastern Chester County. We run a grass-based licensed sheep dairy with East Friesian and Lacaune milksheep following old-world cheese making practices. 20-30 colonies of honeybees pollinate, produce honey, pollen, propolis and beeswax. Our artisan cheeses are handcrafted daily in small batches of raw milk from our ewes from March until October. Wheels are aged in a semi-subterranean aging cave for a minimum of 3 months up to 24 months allowing natural rind development. Grass-fed lamb is available year-round as are hides and eggs from pastured poultry. The two flagship cheeses are the Last Straw and the Camel’s Back followed by the First Bite made of milk from the first spring grass and the Summer Blues, made later in the year with the creamy sweet autumn milk. Like it stinky? The Last Tango, gooey and pungent flowing off the cheese board, a cheese made at the end of the milking season in fall.