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Goat Rodeo Farm & Dairy brings home top prizes at PA Farm Show

Goat Rodeo Farm & Dairy brings home top prizes at PA Farm Show

Pittsburgh, PA (January 10, 2018) – Goat Rodeo Farm & Dairy is excited to announce it received top awards during this week’s Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg, PA. The cheese competition at the PA Farm Show was held last Saturday, Jan. 6, where Goat Rodeo won two first place ribbons.

Its Fresh Chevre, took first in the ‘soft goat’s milk cheese’ category, while Goat Rodeo’s Chickabiddy received first place in the ‘bloomy rind goat cheese category.’ Goat Rodeo also placed second for its Hootenannay, a goat’s milk Gouda cheese, in the ‘semi-hard goat cheese category,’ and third place for its Stampede cheese in the ‘mixed milk category.’

“We are proud of our good showing,” said India Loevner, owner, Goat Rodeo Farm & Dairy. “We love sharing our cheeses made here in Pittsburgh and are happy to represent Western Pennsylvania cheeses at the Farm Show.”

The 130-acre family farm north of Pittsburgh uses traditional methods of cheese-making to produce its line of goat’s milk and mixed-milk cheeses. Goat Rodeo’s cheeses are available at local markets such as Whole Foods, Stamoolis Bros, East End Food Co-Op, and Giant Eagle Market Districts. It can also be found at fine restaurants across Pennsylvania. For a full list of places to purchase Goat Rodeo cheese, visit www.goatrodeocheese.com.

For over 100 years, the PA Farm Show has showcased farmers and agriculture from across the state. With nearly 6,000 animals, 10,000 competitive exhibits and 300 commercial exhibits every year, the event showcases the quality and breadth of Pennsylvania’s agriculture industry and the people who make it thrive.

Goat Rodeo Farm & Dairy is a 130-acre family-owned farm located near Pittsburgh, PA in northern Allegheny County. The farm is home to a herd of more than 140 Alpine and Nubian dairy goats and also brings in cow’s milk from nearby Le-Ara farm to make a variety of fresh and aged cheeses using traditional techniques for artisan cheese production. www.goatrodeocheese.com.

For more info, please contact:

Abby Mathieu
abby@blenderadv.com
412-709-6149 (Office)
304-281-8097 (Mobile)


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