Useful Links

Please find below some useful cheese and dairy produce websites.  If you are not listed here, but would like to be added, please click here to send your details.

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AB Cheesemaking AB Cheesemaking began in 2001. It was started to provide the dairy industry with training and consultancy in cheese, yogurt and fermented dairy products.  All levels of the industry are catered for, from the complete novice to large multi-nationals. Visit website
Ballymaloe Cookery School The Ballymaloe Cookery School, the only cookery school in the world located in the middle of its own 100-acre organic farm…
When you step through the little wooden side gate­ and into the courtyard of Ballymaloe Cookery School you enter a different world. A world where the whole emphasis is on food – growing it, preparing it, cooking it, eating it and, crucially, enjoying it. A world that feels wonderfully cut-off because it is in the middle of ten acres of organic market gardens. Students on the 12 week course will learn to make cheese in the two 50L vats, supplied by Jongia.
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Cheese Forum An independent global website dedicated to everything cheese! As is independent, they do not promote any store or vendor’s merchandise, and as they are global, they try to use metric and standard imperial units. Visit website
Cheese Grading An independent cheese grading resource, owned and managed by Bruce Macdonald, a specialist with a wide experience in grading cheese. Visit website
Curd Nerds Project manager and software developer at Bootstrap Software in New York City, USA and major cheese enthusiast with loads of information about making and enjoying cheese. Visit website
Dairy Science & Food Tecgnology Website providing scientific and technological information for students studying food science and technology and may also be of interest to those working in the industry. A discussion forum and interactive content through “On Line” calculators are also provided. Visit website
Dairygold Food Cheese solutions, Dairy Essentials,Infant Nutrition, Consumer Foods. Visit website
High Weald Dairy Our beginners course is suitable for all those interested in learning and gaining hands on experience on how cheese is made, and will cover the making of a soft fresh cheese and a hard cheddar style cheese. Teams of 2 will work together and each cheese maker will be able to take their two  cheeses home to eat or to mature further. It will enable you to make simple cheeses at home using basic home utensils. Visit website
Isle of Wight Cheese The Isle of Wight Cheese Company was set up in 2006 by Julie and Richard Hodgson. The website has everything to do with making cheese. Visit website
Pro-Cheese Recipes Share diffrent cheese recipes, Italian Cheese, Cheese Pizza, Cottage Cheese… Visit website
Stackyard Agriculture on the web. Visit website
The Specialist Cheesemakers Association An alliance of cheesemakers, retailers, wholesalers and cheese lovers that offers an opportunity to share ideas and increase sales of British cheese. With all the pitfalls, rules and regulations facing the industry today it is no longer possible to operate in isolation, and the SCA can communicate on members behalf with a strong, confident voice. Visit website