VICTOR – When you think of Montana ranches and cattle often come to mind.
Most of the folks think of beef cows, which may make your mind might wander to the taste of a great hamburger. If it does, don’t forget the cheese and something to wash it down with.
We headed to the Bitterroot Valley for this Montana Made report where a local farm prides itself on its dairy cows and the creamy goodness they produce.
Straight from the farm to your table is a motto that Lifeline Dairy has lived and worked by for 40 years. Nestled in the heart of the Bitterroot Valley in Victor, Jennifer Holmes and Read More
We are working overtime to keep our animals warm & cozy for winter!
Clint Wiedkamp and Mary Ferrari work double duty at the creamery and farm to make sure, not only does the milk get bottled and delivered every week and on time but the animals who produce it stay well fed, bedded, and happy in our Montana winter.
Farm kids can have fun too!
Isabelle and Liam Harvey, Lifeline’s resident farm kids and heirs apparent, had fun showing their Brown Swiss cows and Nubian dairy goats at the 2017 Ravalli County Fair. Who knows? Could there be a Lifeline goat milk/cow milk cheese collaboration somewhere on the horizon in 2018? Sounds delicious!