Farm Store
Open daily (Monday-Saturday 9-6, Sunday 1-6) selling our farmstead cheese and meat, handmade goats milk soap and other local products.
The Quilt Trails project got its start in Ohio when Donna Sue Groves put a block on her barn to honor her mother. From that simple act, the project has spread to 30 states and Canada. We added our own quilt block to our Farm Store in 2012. The Churn Dash is a very old 9-Patch quilt block pattern, originating between 1800 and 1849. Its name is a result of the resemblance of the triangle and rectangle perimeter of the block to a butter churn and the center square to the stick (or “dash”) of the butter churn. With the quilt square being placed on our farm store we added our special touch, a goat, to tie the quilt square to our goat cheese, butter and ice cream products.
Our Farm Store was built in 2011 allowing customers to come in contact with our family, as farmers, and our food producing animals. Survival of small farms is dependent on educating the public about rural life and the origin of their foods.

Our goal is to bring nutritious food to our community and to teach others where their food comes from. We also have a strong commitment to the best environmental practices and believe in fair compensation for farmers and workers.

We sell our goat's milk cheeses, farm-fresh eggs, farmstead meats, and goat milk soap. Our food has an address, not a barcode.

We also sell a variety of local foods, including country ham, jams, jellies, candy and honey. Handmade crafts and a variety of farm and goat themed toys, necklaces, ornaments, windchimes and gift items are also available.
Johnny & Robin Blakley
Buffalo Creek Farm & Creamery, LLC Owners

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Forsyth County  Farmers Markets  & Farm Stands
Buffalo Creek Farm and Creamery, LLC
Farmstead Goat Dairy
3255 Buffalo Creek Farm Road
Germanton, NC 27019
Cash, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express (debit or credit) accepted for farm store purchases with a $10 minimum purchase. No checks accepted.