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Summer 2009 Out Here Magazine

Clearing The Whey


Cheese making was a Wisconsin custom — until Sweet Home Farm brought it to Coastal Alabama. Alyce and her husband, Doug Wolbert, left Michigan, bought 40 Alabama acres and created Sweet Home Farm, home to chickens, pigs, and 15 cows that supply milk for some of the finest in-demand cheese outside of Wisconsin.

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