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  • Noel in France - Life in France at Christmas – .. Some ewes return from summer pasture with their lambs while others give birth later, much later. Near the Mediterranean the lambs arrive in November or December. In Arles the lambs are born just before Christmas. The lamb of Midnight Mass is a lamb from Camargue.  Lambing time is […]
  • CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR CLOSING PERIOD 2019/20 - CURDS & WHEY WILL BE CLOSED FROM FRIDAY 20 DECEMBER 2019 AND WILL REOPEN ON MONDAY 13 JANUARY 2020 ORDERS RECEIVED DURING THIS PERIOD WILL BE PROCESSED AFTER 13 JANUARY 2020 WE WISH ALL OUR CLIENTS A VERY HAPPY CHRISTMAS – A RELAXING HOLIDAY AND AS WE SCOTS SAY “A GUID NEW YEAR”
  • NZ Specialty Cheese Awards – proposed dates 2020 - Dates for your diary 2020 Wednesday 19 & Thursday 20 February: Cheeses for judging to arrive in Auckland Saturday 22 & Sunday 23 February: Judging 2020 NZ Champions of Cheese at Ignite Colleges, Manukau, Auckland Week of 23 March : Gold, silver and bronze medals announced Tuesday 5 May or Wednesday 6 May: Awards Dinner, […]
  • Looking to purchase a second hand chilller – see below - Is there anyone out there who wishes to sell a chiller capable of temperature levels minus -45 degree Centigrade to minus -60 degree Centigrade?  Preferred size Under Bench and must be in good condition.  However any response welcome.  Please could you contact us to discuss. E: sales@curdsandwhey.co.nz
  • Jennifer Rodrigue – winner 2019 NZSCA Homecrafted Cheesemaker award - Every year at the NZSCA Cheese Awards it is a fascinating surprise to meet a variety of highly talented, innovative cheesemakers who work away quietly honing their cheesemaking skills. We would like to congratulate Jennifer Rodrigue and her Nubian goats on their 2019 NZSCA Homecrafted Cheesemaker Award. Jennifer told us that basically after raising children […]