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Ashe County Cheese Company
Jefferson NC
North Carolina USA
see cheese made
small factory
it is better than good!
cow sculptures
made by Ashe County High School Welding Class
I named them Elsie
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'Another Link in the Chain' .. linking an outdoor animal sculpture to these whimsical outdoor sculptures ..
.. outside Ashe County Cheese Company
.. Elsie 1 and her other sisters Elsie are new to us (Ashe County Cheese has a FaceBook page-the cow sculptures were made by the Ashe County High School Welding Class)

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"The Ashe County Cheese Factory has been producing fine, quality cheese since 1930. It began when the Kraft Corporation helped communities consolidate several small plants into one larger one where cheddar daisy wheels could be produced for the entire country. Kraft operated the plant for many years and sold it in 1975. After that, the factory itself and company have changed hands several times until 2004 when the plant and store companies were split into two separate companies. The cheese-making factory plant and the store across the street have all undergone numerous renovations and upgrades over the decades.

The Ashe County Cheese Factory posts Cheese Making Schedule times for daily viewing times when you and your group can stop in and see cheese being made. The plant viewing room allows you to see the day to day operation and how cheese is made and shipped. If you visit the Ashe County Cheese Factory cheese store across the street you can purchase numerous cheese varieties, as well as other types of locally crafted food items and handmade fineries such as hand milled soaps.

The Ashe County Cheese Factory is a small, unassuming factory that welcomes you to stop in and see cheese being made. If you and your kids love cheese - this is the place to stop! In addition to the Ashe County Cheese Factory."

Phew! Cows! I was wondering how the last shot would be linked! LOL.

Another Link in the Chain
6 years ago.
 Dick M
Dick M
You know that "Elsie" is the Borden cow, right? Wife still has an 'Elsie' cup from back then.
6 years ago.
Betty【ツ】 club
They are not expensive to feed! :o)))
2 years ago.

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