Size: 8 ounces
Family defines Saxon Homestead Farms in Wisconsin. Brothers Karl and Robert Klessig, and their wives, Liz and Kathleen, with Gerald and Elise Heimerl and all their children actively contribute. Jerry and Elise nurtured the dream of making cheese. Karl and Robert oversee the farm and, along with Jerry, who oversees the creamery, are partners in the creamery. The milk is from grass-fed cows, who are allowed to roam free year round, even on winter meadows, except in inclement weather. The Klessig's preserve the goodness of their cow's milk in cheese by making it with living cultures, and mature it in fresh air to cultivate natural rinds. It is nutrient rich, delicious, great looking, flavorful cheese made in harmony with their little corner of the natural world, on the shores of Lake Michigan, near Hika Bay.