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A New Year

Posted by heatherlanefarms on May 28, 2010 at 10:18 AM Comments comments (0)

I have been so caught up in kidding season, milk season, FUDGE MAKING and now rolling into show season and dead in the middle of tailgate market season, that I forgot to update the blog...GEESH!

Thanks to all our new customers, it has been a pleasure to meet you all and to share our SWEETNESS called Mountain Made Goat Milk Fudge.

This year has been exciting for us, we are almost finished with candy kitchen on the farm. This will allow me to expand our product line and work on some...

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Time Flies!

Posted by heatherlanefarms on September 14, 2009 at 9:47 PM Comments comments (2)

When you are having fun! We will soon be wrapping up the tailgate market season in October and I am going to miss all the great folks that we have met this summer at the Black Mountain Market, the Mills River Market and the Weaverville Market. Thanks to all of those wonderful "Lovin me some Goat Milk Fudge people"! Just remember you can still get your Goat Milk Fudge fix at any of the retail stores carrying our fudge.

We will also be at the SouthEast Animal Fiber Festival on the weeken...

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Moving on some Fudge!

Posted by heatherlanefarms on August 6, 2009 at 3:07 AM Comments comments (0)

We are so happy to annouce that our fudge can be found in some new stores!

Frisbee's Grocery in Old Fort, which is a family owned and operated grocery in the heart of Old Fort is now carrying our fudge!

Troyers Amish Store in Fairview is worth the visit just to window shop and enjoy their beautiful gardens. Now you can purchase our fudge, yet another great reason to visit them soon!

Appalachian Vintner on the outskirts of Biltmore Village have added us to their array of loc...

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July 11, 2009

Posted by heatherlanefarms on July 11, 2009 at 10:41 PM Comments comments (1)

Be on the lookout for super cheese by Jennifer! We are proud to annouce that we selling our excess milk to Jennifer Perkins of Looking Glass Creamery and that she is using it and only it in her new cheese Ellington. She sent home this beautiful cheese that was almost too pretty to eat! Once inside the bloomy rind, was a creamery rich cheese that was out of this world! The only place I have ever tasted cheese like Ellington was in Loire Valley France. For you new Goat Cheese people, you will l...

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July 4, 2009

Posted by heatherlanefarms on July 11, 2009 at 10:30 PM Comments comments (1)

Happy Birthday America!!

I enjoyed the day crafting our Mountain Made Goat Milk Fudge into wonderful bite size Goat Milk Fudge Truffles for the annual White House Party in Black Mountain. I started by rolling our Chocolate Goat Milk Fudge into little morsels and then taking them for a turn in sweeten cocoa, DEVINE! Our Coconut fudge was also rolled and then roll...

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