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Old Chatham Sheepherding Company


Hudson Valley, New York

The story of the Old Chatham Sheepherding Company  really begins with a blue ribbon 10-year-old Tom Clark won for his Hampshire sheep at the Dutchess County Fair in upstate New York. At the time, he told a local newspaper reporter when he grew up he wanted to raise a flock. His career path took him elsewhere, but then Tom and his wife Nancy bought 600 acres of lush grassy fields in Old Chatham, New York. It soon became the largest sheep dairy farm in the United States. 


Nancy's Camembert

Old Chatham’s much-celebrated, soft-ripened cheese, with its white edible rind highlights, comes in a two-pound wheel. It is made with a combination of their own flock’s fresh sheep’s milk and our a neighbor’s BGH-free cow’s milk.
Q4500010 · Cow/Sheep's Milk · Pasteurized · 2 lb. wheel

Ewe's Blue

Produced with 100% pasteurized sheep's milk and reminiscent of a traditional French Roquefort.  Aged 2-4  months with a creamy texture and a fruity, pleasing flavor.

Q4500070 · Sheep's Milk · Pasteurized · 3 lb. wheel

Kinderhook Creek

This bloomy rind cheese is aged 3-5 weeks before it is released.  The creamy texture gets gooier as it ages and the earthy paste has a bright grassy flavor. 

Q4500040 · Sheep's Milk · Pasteurized · 14 oz. wheel