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“Hip Hops” will return next week.

In Sicily, a sirocco is a hot wind across the Mediterranean from Northern Africa. In Henryville, Sirocco Ridge Farm represents winds of change.

Sustainably and humanely grown livestock, no-till and innovative field raised beds, based on permaculture principles, since 2013. Offering cheese, produce, dairy goats, and chickens.

According to reporter Makenna Hall, Sirocco Ridge Farm’s owners David Taylor and Beth Boesche-Taylor flexed pandemic time down to bring cheesemaking straight to the goats.

Sirocco Ridge Farm adds creamery to make its own goat cheeses (News and Tribune)

Earlier in 2021, Sirocco Ridge cheese production came to a halt after the local creamery the Taylors used shut down because of the pandemic. But the local restaurants and cheesemongers who purchased the cheese have been patiently awaiting the return of production.

Now with a creamery sitting between the barn and the house on the property, David and Beth expect to have cheese in the spring.

But cheesemaking isn’t all that’s coming at Sirocco Ridge Farm, as the owners will to seek to produce gelato, described as “the best ice cream for goat milk. The demand for gelato around the country is increasing, and we just want to get into that.”

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