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Heber Valley Milk & Cheese Opens

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Today, Thursday, May 26 at 11:00 a.m., a ribbon cutting ceremony will be held to celebrate the grand opening of Heber Valley Milk & Heber Valley Artisan Cheese. --- Located on the Canyon View Farm in Midway, Utah, Heber Valley Milk and Heber Valley Artisan Cheese is open to the public selling fresh raw milk, fresh and aged artisan cheeses, ice cream, local raw honey, jams and syrups. %uFFFD

"We bring a unique approach to our milk and cheese business," says Grant Kohler, owner of Heber Valley Milk & Artisan Cheese. "The entire process of raising and managing a dairy herd, bottling raw milk, and making delicious artisan cheese is self-contained right here on the farm. We are so excited to be able to keep things local and produce fresh, quality products."

This weekend, May 27 & 28, there will be a calf petting pen for kids on the farm. %uFFFD

Business hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Saturday.

Heber Valley Milk & Artisan Cheese, 920 North River Road, Midway, 435-654-0291, HeberValleyMilk.com