Cheese is their passion

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Since 2008, Penn State sophomore Philip Bachman and his family have been operating God's Country Creamery in Potter County, Pa.

The creamery's story is one of agricultural entrepreneurism powered by a love of farming.

"My plan at this point is to make farmstead dairy processing my future profession, since it's already my current passion," Bachman says. "With all this involvement, I can confidently say that I wouldn't mind making cheese for the rest of my life if that opportunity arises. I simply love to make my own product from my cows. I also feel excited that we are being responsible with the milk that our cows produce."

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Source: Penn State University



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