Come to Heritage Homestead
for a relaxing and tasty post-race dinner following the New River Canoe Race on June 3rd!
- Warm appetizers from the wood-fired oven
- Goat cheese and crackers
- Slow cooked BBQ pork from a hog raised on the farm on the whey from our cheese making
- Baked beans
- Ice cream with gourmet goat milk caramel
- Nonalcoholic beverages
- If you want a drink just bring what you need.
All this for just $20 per person. Click below to purchase your meal ticket.
Heritage Homestead Goat Dairy is nestled on 17 acres in the mountains of Ashe County just outside of Jefferson, North Carolina. Carol and Lon Coulter purchased the old Florence Kelly home place in 1994, which had been a working cow dairy until the early 70s. To help clear the briars and brambles that had taken over the farm, the Coulters purchased goats. One thing led to another and soon enough Carol was milking goats and taking cheese classes. For the last 6 years the Coulters have worked toward becoming a licensed dairy and in January of 2009 Heritage Homestead was licensed.
The Coulters raise Saanens, Alpines and a few Nubians. Their wonderful sweet milk is made into farmstead cheese sold at local farmers’ markets and select retail shops. The goats are milked for 8 months out of the year and bred and kid in mid March-April and the cycle begins again.
956 Roy Goodman Road
Crumpler, NC 28617