Fromage fermier ou fromage de ferme est une appellation désignant un fromage élaboré par une famille d'agriculteurs, ou un ou une agricultrice avec le lait issu du troupeau qu'il ou elle élève.

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  • Fromage fermier ou fromage de ferme est une appellation désignant un fromage élaboré par une famille d'agriculteurs, ou un ou une agricultrice avec le lait issu du troupeau qu'il ou elle élève. Ce fromage sera destiné à la consommation familiale ou commercialisé et, alors s'il y en a, conforme aux normes d'hygiène en vigueur sur le territoire de son élaboration.La notion de fromage fermier s'oppose à celles de :fromage artisanal (l'artisan achète les laits aux agriculteurs) ; fromage laitier (la laiterie achète les laits aux agriculteurs) ;fromage industriel (l'usine fromagère achète les laits aux agriculteurs).
  • Farmstead cheese, less commonly known as farmhouse cheese, is produced from the milk collected on the same farm where the cheese is produced. Unlike artisan cheese, which may also include milk purchased and transported from off-farm sources, farmstead cheese makers only use milk from animals they raise. According to the American Cheese Society, "milk used in the production of farmstead cheeses may not be obtained from any outside source". As a result, the cheeses produced often have very unique flavors owing to the farm's local terroir. Most farmstead cheese is produced from cow, goat or sheep milk, although some farmstead cheeses are produced from water buffalo milk (mainly Buffalo mozzarella).Farmstead cheeses are most often made on family farms in small batches. While Europe has long had a very strong tradition of farmstead cheese-making, it's only in the last decades of the 20th century that farmstead cheese-making began to return to prominence in North America. In the United States, the top states for farmstead cheesmaking include Vermont, California, and Wisconsin, although farmstead cheese is growing rapidly in other states, like Georgia, as well.
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  • Fromage fermier ou fromage de ferme est une appellation désignant un fromage élaboré par une famille d'agriculteurs, ou un ou une agricultrice avec le lait issu du troupeau qu'il ou elle élève.
  • Farmstead cheese, less commonly known as farmhouse cheese, is produced from the milk collected on the same farm where the cheese is produced. Unlike artisan cheese, which may also include milk purchased and transported from off-farm sources, farmstead cheese makers only use milk from animals they raise. According to the American Cheese Society, "milk used in the production of farmstead cheeses may not be obtained from any outside source".
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  • Fromage fermier
  • Farmstead cheese
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