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Veldhuizen Cheese, Dublin

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#1358 of 4,144 in Things to do in Texas
Must see · Farm · Tourist Spot
Our cows gaze freely, year 'round, on 180 acres of pasture which includes crops such as barley, rye, millet, and grasses. We do not use hormones or antibiotics in our herd. We do not use coloring or preservatives in our cheeses. The golden color of our cheeses comes from the rich milk of our cows.

We are proud that our cheeses are also truly raw. We never heat the milk above 118 degrees F, with most varieties being heated to around 100 degrees F.

We are not certified organic, but we use organic practices in our farming. We do not use pesticides on our land, and we grow as many of our own crops as possible. We strive to use non-GMO feed and crops as much as we can.

We carry an assortment of other local, natural products in our shoppe as well such as eggs, bacon, bison sausage, crackers, cheesemaking kits, and soaps. Come and see us. We'd love to meet you!
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  • I'm traveling solo but my husband is joining me in another week. I can't wait for the chance to have a cheese plate with all of the cheeses in the sampler pack I got at Veldhuizen... Along the...  more »
  • The hubs and I stopped in while on a short road trip and we were so glad we did! Friendly staff and plenty of delicious cheese samples. We bought 3 varieties and love them all. Well worth the...  more »
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  • First time we have been here. Had heard about them through Dairy Maids of Houston. So on our trip to Dublin, Tx. We stopped in. What a treat. We tried lots of different cheeses. Some made from cow's milk, sheep's milk, goat's milk and some mixed. We got to see some of the process of making cheese. They have a very nice store and lots of goodies. Staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. They also have Guardian Dogs on premises that will come check you out. They are good dogs. We will definitely stop by again.
  • Veldhuizen is a bit of the beaten path, but well worth the drive. The folks at the counter are very friendly and helpful. Get will also let you sample the cheeses before you buy so you know what you are getting. We'll Definitely be going back in the future.

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