Consider Bardwell Farm

Artisan Cow Milk Cheese
1333 Vt. Rte. 153
W. Pawlet, VT 05775

Head just across the border to Vermont, to experience award-winning artisanal cow cheeses at Consider Bardwell Farm. Sample cheeses while listening to live Bluegrass picker and singer, Claude Barden, a descendent of the original Consider Stebbins Bardwell (for whom the farm was named).

Grab a
Grilled Pawletti sandwich with pickles and mustard made by chef Logan Wuerslin or enjoy pulled pork sliders and hotdogs from Pinkboot Farm.

Old-fashioned tractor-pulled hayrides will run twice daily and tee shirts, baseball caps, and Rupert cheese tote bags will be for sale.Bring a blanket and hay bale seating will be provided.

Spanning the rolling hills of Vermont’s Champlain Valley and easternmost Washington County, New York, 300-acre Consider Bardwell Farm was the first cheese-making co-op in Vermont, founded in 1864 by Consider Stebbins Bardwell himself.

A century later, Angela Miller and Russell Glover are revitalizing the tradition with cow milk from our neighbor farm partner—the Browes.

Our cheeses are made by hand in small batches from whole, fresh milk that is antibiotic and hormone free. Only microbial (non-animal) rennet is used in our cheese making. All of our cheeses are aged on the farm in our extensive system of caves.