Pholia Farm Goat Cheese Dairy
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Pholia Farm is best known for its high quality, milking Nigerian Dwarf Goats and it’s aged, raw milk cheeses. Owned by Vern and Gianaclis Caldwell and co-managed by their daughters Phoebe and Amelia (from which the name Pholia originates), Pholia Farm occupies about 24 acres in rural southern Oregon. The land is part of a much larger tract upon which Gianaclis, then Susan Stevenson, was raised. We offer classes, a memorable farmstay experience in our refurbished 1970 Airstream Land Yacht, a big spring open house, and other opportunities to visit the farm and share in our lives and lifestyle.