Award-Winning Goat Cheese made on the North Fork.

 

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Happy goats making cheese & body products since 2005

After winning Best Fresh Goat Cheese in America at the American Cheese Society’s competition in 2005, we knew we had to continue our love for cheese-making by adding more goats to the family and producing more cheese.

With a passion for making the best cheese and milk products in town, we’re satisfying your dairy cravings with our selection of cheese, yogurt, soap, cream, and more. We also pride ourselves on taking great care of all our animals, knowing they deserve a happy and secure life. Whether you’d like to stop by our cheese shop or tour our farm, you can count on finding happy goats and enjoying a delicious sample of cheeses, yogurts, and more!

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Tour groups welcome, please call ahead.

May-September Hours:
10am – 5pm Daily, Goat Milking at 4pm

October-Dec 15 Hours:
Closed Tuesday & Thursday
10am – 5pm, Goat Milking at 4pm

Closed for winter December 15th, products will remain available online!

 

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Cheese Selection available seasonally and only for local pickup! Body soaps and crème available year-round and shipped within the continental USA. 

Catapano Dairy Farm Baby with a goat

Delicious Cheese & Great Customer Service

If you are traveling on the North Fork of Long Island, grab a cooler bag and stock up on THE MOST DELICIOUS goat cheese and goat yogurt. The cheese varieties and flavors are unique and there is always something new. They also make skincare products from goat milk including soap and all kinds of moisturizers.

– Kittywill on TripAdvisor

Great place to visit, wonderful place to purchase cheese!

They are so friendly here and the farm is spotlessly clean! The best part of the day is at 4pm when they milk the goats it is a great activity for children and adults alike.

– Tug11 on TripAdvisor

We come once a year!

Delicious goat cheese and fresh farm eggs. It is great to see all the animals they have there. If you go later in the afternoon you may actually get to see them milk the goat. Definitely a great stop.

– Karen E on TripAdvisor