Ploughgate Creamery pairs European tradition with fresh Vermont cream to make small-batch, artisanal, cultured butter. Owned and operated by butter maker and entrepreneur, Marisa Mauro, Ploughgate Creamery has been crafting butter of the finest quality in Vermont’s Mad River Valley since 2014.
Ploughgate Creamery at the Bragg Farm has revived a hundred-year old butter making tradition.
December 9th from 9-4
Come spend a day on an iconic Vermont farm, and grow the connection between you and food you eat!
Join Bragg Farm and Ploughgate Creamery owner Marisa Mauro and Vermont butcher Sam Ehrenfeld for a day-long class on hog butchery, using buttermilk-fed pigs raised right here on the farm.
Class: December 9th from 9-4
Space is limited, so be sure to sign up ASAP. RSVP Below.
Thanks to an incredible program by the Vermont Land Trust in which young farmers compete to win the right to purchase a farm that has been conserved with the purpose of keeping the land in agriculture, butter maker Marisa Mauro was able to purchase the historic Bragg Farm and open her business Ploughgate Creamery on its land.