Family-owned Traders Point Creamery in Zionsville, Indiana, is an organic dairy that includes a cheese making business, a restaurant, Dairy Bar, country store, Saturday farmers market, community events, organic garden, pigs, and heirloom chickens. It is Indiana's only processor of grass-fed USDA-certified organic dairy products.
A close up of the clinker brick foundations seen around the property. These are made of what are now considered designer bricks. They used to be known as rejected bricks because of their irregular shapes.
The organic garden.
Dr. Peter F. Kunz and Jane Elder Kunz, owners and founders of Traders Point Creamery, pose in front of their safari car. It is an old Range Rover they take out four wheeling on their land.
Head Farmer Mark Hostetler and the farm boar.
The farm pups—born and grazed on the farm land.
Cows coming home.
A calf checks out the milking parlor.
Cheese production room with master cheese maker Lindsay Klauning. State of the art equipment from The Netherlands.
The Loft Restaurant.
Our group posing with Mark Hostetler in front of a pile of cow manure, which, after composing, will fertilize the fields. One hint I learned about organic farming: plant what you want to grow and get it going in a deep rooted system. There is no need for herbicides because the good plants will keep out the weeds. Traders Point Creamery tpforganics.com