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Goat cheese is growing in popularity in the state. Two goat farms, Goat Lady Dairy in Randolph County and Celebrity Dairy in Chatham County, produce fresh goat cheese, while Pittsboro's Dancing Doe Dairy is licensed for aged cheese only.
Goat Lady Dairy in Randolph County began as a hobby farm in 1984 when founder Ginnie Tate purchased 42 acres of land. Since that time, the diary has become an award-winning goat cheese producer and it continues to influence North Carolina's artisan cheese market. Current owner Steve Tate looks toward the future of the company and is doing all in his power to insure sustainability.