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MacFarlane Pheasants

MacFarlane Pheasants, Inc has been in the gamebird business since 1929. The 81 years of experience not only helps us in producing and raising the best birds on the market, it allows us to supply our customers with the best service after the sale as well. We take pride in keeping our customers happy and we are always willing to share the ideals and ideas that have made our business a success.

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Heather Hill Farms

In Ozark, former All Roads Lead to Branson magazine publisher Bob Alder owns a gourmet store called Heather Hill Farms, located near Lambert's cafe At Heather Hills, he and his wife Heather sell more than 90 varieties of cheese. Almost all of these are from the Osceola brand, supplied from the Osceola cheese store, which has been operating on Highway 13 between Springfield and Kansas City for about 60 years.

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The Pinconning Cheese Company and Fudge Shoppe

Pinconning is designated "The Cheese Capital of Michigan" because it is the home of the famous Pinconning brand of cheese. The Pinconning formula was created by Dan Horn who settled here in 1915. Currently, Pinconning Cheese is produced, along with other styles of cheese at several plants around the state. They produce our famous style of cheese under our special formula supervision.

Because of its formula, Pinconning cheese is ageable, which differentiates it from Wisconsin colby. The aging process is what gives Pinconning cheese its special and unique flavor. Here at The Pinconning Cheese Co., the cheese is aged up to 120 months.

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The Sonoma Cheese Factory

In 1910 our family chose Sonoma for their home. The Sonoma Valley was rich in history, scenic beauty and agricultural tradition. Come to the Sonoma Cheese Factory where you can still find that tradition in all of our many cheeses, deli foods and gifts. When visiting Sonoma have lunch with us either inside or outside on the patio at the Plaza Grill. You'll find an assortment of delicious hot and cold sandwiches, refreshing beverages and scrumptious desserts. Ask for a sample of our many cheeses or Gelato. Most items are available to take with you on your picnic or tour of the area.

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McEvoy Ranch

McEvoy Ranch

McEvoy Ranch sits on 550 acres in the rolling hills west of Petaluma in Northern California. Once a dairy farm, it has now been reincarnated as an organic olive tree orchard. The ranch is also a country home for Nan McEvoy and a place where she can spend time with her grandchildren. Never afraid to fly in the face of convention, Nan McEvoy’s decision to erect a towering Chinese pavilion nestled amongst the Tuscan olive trees and traditional ranch-style home she built on the property in 1997 now provides a welcome and unexpected twist to the surrounding landscape. Enamored of the public gardens she had visited outside Shanghai and the river rock and tile paving used to mark their paths, Nan commissioned New Zealand artist Mark Davidson to design and hand-lay the intricate geometric-patterned floor of stones, most of which were culled from her own backyard. Another of the pagoda’s unique design features drawn straight from the land are the giant copper lizards slithering up its roof, based on real versions called skinks which scurry around the property. Now the official ranch mascot, the skink appears on every label of McEvoy Ranch olive oil.

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