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Minnesota dairy’s artisanal chevres and fetas build solid reputation

Six at a time, goats come to the milking parlor to eat grain while milking at Singing Hills Dairy Goat Farm near Nerstrand, Minn.
Photographer: Glen Stubbe/Minneapolis Star Tribune
Six at a time, goats come to the milking parlor to eat grain while milking at Singing Hills Dairy Goat Farm near Nerstrand, Minn.
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It’s hard to believe that Lynne Reeck started making cheese just four years ago.

During that short time, she has forged a reputation for producing some of Minnesota’s most sought-after artisanal dairy products. It’s remarkable progress for someone who launched her cheesemaking career by experimenting on her kitchen stovetop.

“Some of those first chevres were terrible,” Reeck said with a laugh. “But to me, all cheese is magical. The slightest tilt in the process ...

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