Lets Talk Goat Cheese

Discussion in 'Dairy Farming' started by SeiPiercer, Jul 10, 2019 at 10:44 PM.


Have you ever had goat cheese that taste like how a farm smells?

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  1. Yes

  2. No

  1. SeiPiercer

    SeiPiercer New Member

    My friend and I were talking about how she's never had a goat cheese that does not taste like really bad farm smell, and I on the other hand haven't really noticed this.

    Could any dairy farmers here let me know if what she is experiencing is natural or could be bad Goat Cheese.

    Thanks :)
  2. O'Reilly

    O'Reilly Member

    Hygiene needs to be outstanding with goats cheese, and ideally you need to keep the males away from the milkers as much as possible, they are revolting. They will stand with their heads between their front legs and pee/ejaculate all over their beards, yum yum.
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  3. Princess Pooper

    East Mids
  4. pappuller

    pappuller Member

    The only cheese I won't touch, that smell stays with you for eternity
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  5. Nearly

    Nearly Member

    North of York
    Once you've smelt a billy goat in full stink you'll struggle to eat the cheese. It is just linked in your brain and you can detect the cheese at 20 paces.
    Goats cheese is damn good value as you only need to eat one piece and you can taste it all day.
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  6. Tim G

    Tim G Member

    Wormingford, Essex
    The milk is no better. When we were first thinking about starting with raw milk we visited a very small goat dairy near us. We went in for a drink afterwards, I had a black coffee but Mrs G had a tea and then had to discreetly water a pot plant with it.
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  7. Nearly

    Nearly Member

    North of York
    Yes, we used to milk 1000. Still bought cow's milk for the house.
  8. As my Missus puts it" Why would anyone put anything that smells like a goat, in their mouth?":D:eek:
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