Since 2002, Abbe and Anderson Turner's 14-acre Lucky Penny Farm in Garrettsville, Ohio has adhered to the highest sustainable agricultural practices in providing a home for Nubian, La Mancha and Alpine dairy goats. Using special blends of rich milk from select goat farms, we hand craft artisanal cheeses, yogurt, and confections. Smooth, creamy cheeses from Lucky Penny Creamery and goat-milk based confections from Lucky Penny Candy are sold across the Great Lakes Region at farmers markets, CSA’s, gourmet specialty stores and local and regional restaurants.
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Pastured poultry live outdoors, eating lush grasses and clover, exercising in the warm sun and resting at night. The birds are carefully raised on local farms and gently nourished by fresh air and sunshine. The farming methods are completely sustainable, integrating a beautiful cycle of animals and crops. The poultry is fresh and lean, bursting with delicious flavor and juices, vitamins and minerals.