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Read what the press and media are saying about Redwood Hill Farm! Our family-run farm and creamery has been featured in numerous articles, videos, and tv.

The Times-Herald Newspaper Interviews David Bice on Goat Milk

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The Times-Herald Interviews David Bice, Redwood Hill Farm

Goat Milk? Meet David Bice of Redwood Hill Farm, ambassador of foods made from the milk of frolicking goats

By Rayne Wolfe

Last summer, while helping to serve up dinner at a Sonoma County Farm Bureau fundraiser, a gentleman swore to David Bice that not only did he dislike goat cheese; he hated it. This didn’t worry Bice, who has run into bad culinary attitudes before at store demos and natural food trade shows.

“Often, this is a result of tasting a poorly made goat cheese many years ago, or goat milk that wasn’t fresh, at sometime way in their past,” said Bice. “Once a person gets past that negative ‘taste memory’ of long ago, and tastes whatever we make with an open mind, they are almost always pleasantly surprised.” 

Elite Runner Lauren Fleshman Chooses Redwood Hill Farm Goat Yogurt

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Women’s Running Magazine

“I’m picky about my yogurt. I want it minimally processed, sweetish but low in sugar (and no cheating with fake sugars), high in protein, creamy and not from a giant cow-milking factory (that grosses me out). Goat yogurt is high in calcium, and naturally low in lactose so it doesn’t mess with my stomach.”

~ Elite Runner Lauren Fleshman

Wall Street Journal Features David Bice of Redwood Hill Farm as the “Goat Whisperer”

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We Are Sonoma County – The Goat Whisperer

by Heather Irwin

Cult-worthy pinots and locally sourced menus are a given. But it’s the people that give Sonoma County a flavor all its own.

There’s an edgy vibe to its cultural scene and eclectic collection of towns and villages, which is a reflection of the people who call Sonoma County home — the entrepreneurial cast and crew who till the soil, grow the grapes (and milk the goats), have made the region’s award-winning wine and food scene what it is today. As original as Sonoma County itself, they bring to life a quirky sensibility, and an energy that is captivating and contagious.

Wall Street Journal, March 9, 2013 (PDF 1.37MB)

 

 

Edible Marin & Wine Country – A Passion for Goats!

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Jennifer began showing her goats and winning awards at a young age.

Jennifer Bice of Redwood Hill Farm & Green Valley Organics

by Kathleen Thompson Hill

How many 4-H or Future Farmers of America members dream of making their childhood interest, adolescent affinity or high school passion into a full-fledged business?  Many future farmers grow up on farms or in rural areas, and some know no other lifestyle.  Animals become their best friends.  Jennifer Lynn Bice’s story is a little different…

Read all about Jennifer’s dream here! (PDF download)

Spotlight on the OTHER White Milk: Here’s Looking at You, Kid

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June is National Dairy Month

By Tamara Duker Freuman, MS, RD, CDN

June is National Dairy Month, and the Who’s Who of dairy are out in droves reminding us all about the health benefits of cow’s milk. And while I have nothing but love for the cows, I thought I’d highlight the unsung heroes of dairy, instead: goats. After all, the most common dairy consumed worldwide is actually goat’s milk!

Read the article (PDF download)