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Farmstead First Story

We love food, especially food that is produced by people
we know.
Over dinner together one winter night in 2003, we decided it was time to develop the artisan cheese scene in our
community. A long time customer of ShadowBrook Farm had been offering help and encouragement to write a grant to
start this project. Read full story.

What we offer


In addition to their on-farm stores, many of the cheeses made by ShadowBrook Farm’s Dutch Girl Creamery and Branched Oak Farm are also sold at Open Harvest Natural Grocery and Ideal Market in Lincoln and at Whole Foods Market in Omaha.

Our products can be found at:

Farmers markets in Lincoln:

Farmers markets in Omaha:

Classes and Consulting

We offer free tours of the facility. A consulting fee of $35 / hr will be asked for resources, materials and information beyond the initial visit. We invite a professional cheese maker to host a 1-3 day class every year in the fall. Read moreEmail us to arrange a class

Cheese making classes

News & Updates

February 26th 2010 | Updates Cheese Reporter article

June 11th 2009 | Uncategorized Farmstead First Business Profile

Information about our business profile

June 11th 2009 | Uncategorized Lancaster Duet Cheese

Gouda fans and those who love sweet, butterscotch-like flavors in their savory snacks may well go wild for Lancaster Duet...