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Welcome to Redwood Hill Farm

Goat Dairy Farm and Creamery

Redwood Hill Farm is an award-winning, Grade A goat dairy farm and creamery located in Sonoma County, California. Committed to making the best tasting and least processed artisan goat cheese, yogurt and kefir, our family-owned and operated company uses solar power to sustainably produce
artisan goat cheese & goat milk products. Redwood Hill Farm proudly became the nation’s first Certified Humane® goat dairy in 2005.
Have questions about our goat milk products? – Please visit our FAQs.

Farm Tour Season is Here

We’re excited to have you at our farm where you can learn about what we do, meet the people who take care of our goats, spend time with the goat kids, picnic in the orchard and enjoy tasting our yogurts, kefirs and cheeses.

Our next tour weekend is June 6 & 7, won’t you join us? We look forward to meeting you all there.

Our farm tours are free – click here for more information and to download our tour flyer.

Goat Cheese

artisan-goat-cheese-and-bread-1264629950-dm-x220-388-291-155-96 Redwood Hill Farm award-winning goat milk cheese includes chèvre, feta, goat cheddar, and rind-ripened artisanal cheese handmade in small batches. Delicious and Kosher-certified, our goat cheese is made with fresh Grade A milk, imported French cheese cultures, and vegetable enzymes.
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Goat Yogurt

Front-Page-YogurtRedwood Hill Farm award-winning, European style goat milk yogurt is made with fresh Grade A milk & probiotic cultures. Uniquely delicious, our goat yogurt has a smooth, velvety, delicate texture. With its superior digestibility many people that have trouble with cow dairy can use goat milk yogurt.
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Goat Kefir

kefir-berries650x580-1313783624-dm-x220-650-580-0-0Redwood Hill Farm goat milk kefir is a deliciously mild beverage packed with beneficial probiotics. It is made with great tasting, fresh goat milk naturally cultured with Flourish®, our brand of ten live, active cultures. Our kefir is mild, sweet and tangy, and resembles a “drinkable yogurt.”
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