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At The Green Barn, we produce a range of artisan produce, using

fresh, pasturised milk from our own herd of Dairy Goats.

 

Our selection of produce includes:

 

  • A Soft Goats' Cheese - in a selection of flavours

  • Rind-Ripened Goats' Cheese - stronger in taste, and firmer in texture

  • Goats' Kefir - a pro-biotic, fermented milk drink

  • Goats' Milk - pasturised, whole milk

  • Goats' Milk Fudge - a traditional, crumbly type in a variety of flavours

 

With our herd including a mix of breeds, the Milk takes on various

qualities, all contributing to the quality and taste:

 

  • British Saanen: high yeilding with consistent production

  • British Toggenburg: moderate butterfat and protein content

  • Golden Guernsey: milk is higher in butterfats and protein

  • British Alpine: high yields with good milk solids

  • Anglo Nubian: milk is high in butterfats

 

This blend of characteristics results in the beautiful Milk that is the

begining of our produce, being slightly sweet in taste, with a great

balance of properties perfect for cheesemaking.

               Our Goat Produce                          

Find out more about our produce:

For more information, please visit The Wight Marque Website here

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Our Goats Milk Produce is accredited, under the Wight Marque - a local scheme

intended to help raise the profile of the Island as a quality food destination, thus supporting all Island food producers and processors.

 

As members, along with several of our stockists, we work together to:

• help customers identify Isle of Wight produce

• encourage people to ‘buy local’

• encourage local businesses to trade together

Did you want to  know more about    

the different Goat   breeds in our herd?