Welcome to Redwood Hill Farm: Our New Website is Live!

Written by Jennifer Bice on . Posted in Company News

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We’re not getting older, we’re getting better…

Though we love our website and it has served us very well since it’s launch nearly 14 years ago, we’ve decided: it’s time for a facelift!

Redwood Hill Farm & Creamery is celebrating it’s 45th Anniversary this year and what better time to refresh and improve our virtual home, www.RedwoodHill.com?

We loved the look of our existing site, so you might not notice a big difference in the “look” as you browse through the pages. But just step inside…What we are excited to bring to our website visitors, is an enhanced and dynamic recipe section, events and news posts, a better way for you to contact us, and find the stores across the United States that carry our products. Of course the “Bleat Beat” Blog is still here with the latest post from Redwood Hill Farm Dairy Manager and new blog author, Steve Considine.

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Do check out the “What’s Fresh” section on our various pages
side bar, where you will always find our latest posts about tasting events, company news, delicious new recipes and all the news from the farm.

Have you subscribed to our newsletter? It’s a great way to get information on new products, farm tour date announcements, fun promotions and coupons for delicious Redwood Hill Farm artisan cheese and probiotic yogurt and kefir.

A big thanks to our technology team at Earthsite.net and in particular Joey Shepp, who guided us so skillfully through this website refresh.

Enjoy looking around…and please tell us what you think. We want you to come back often and your comments will help us offer the best experience for you. Enjoy!   ~ Jennifer

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Comments (8)

  • Christina

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    The new website additions are great with more information. And I love all your products, they are so rich and creamy. Thank you keeping these great products coming.

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    • Sharon Bice

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      Thanks a million Christina, we love getting the feedback. Have fun exploring and be sure to let us know if there is anything you’d like to see. Sign up for the newsletter… info on tours, fun promos and coupons for our cheese, yogurt, and kefir (and always a goat photo or two)! ~Sharon

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  • Cheryl Carr

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    I would love to find your strawberry yogurt in the 32 ounce size. Is it possible? I buy your vanilla at whole foods.

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    • Sharon Bice

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      Thanks for taking a moment to comment Cheryl. Unfortunately, at this time we do not make our strawberry yogurt in the quart size, just plain and vanilla. We love getting suggestions from our customers however—thanks. I will share your comment with the managers who plan what new products we might be making in the near future. Have you signed up for our newsletter? We always share latest Creamery & Farm news, including info on new products. Always cute goat photos too! ~Sharon

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  • Isabel Leonard

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    I wish you would make a “Greek” goat yoghurt. I know how to strain yoghurt to “Greek” it, but I’m not very good at it – I’d much rather leave it to the experts.

    By the way, I subscribed to your newsletter just now. I used to buy your milk and yog in the Boston area, and am now living near San Francisco (East Bay). I hope to tour your farm in the spring.

    Thanks for the delicious products!

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    • Sharon Bice

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      Hi Isabel…thanks for taking the time to comment and welcome to Northern California! We love to get suggestions from our customers, and you are not the first person who has requested the thicker, Greek-style yogurt. I will share your comment with our Creamery Plant Manager and others who talk about possible new products. We will be posting our next farm tour dates within a month or so and they will definitely be in our newsletter just as soon as we do. Hint…we nearly always have one of the tour weekends on Mother’s Day weekend. They are alot of fun and I hope to meet you this spring! ~Sharon

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  • Khagendra

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    Hello ,

    I khagendra Prasad Chapagain would like to request to take traning about Goat Farming in Newzealand ii possible please provide me all detail. I am waiting till your positive answer

    yours
    Khagendra Prasad Chapagain

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    • Sharon Bice

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      Hi Khagendra,
      Unfortunately we do not have a training for goat farming available. Good luck in finding a training. All the best, Sharon

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