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Fullam Dairy to branch out

The Hendersonville Times-News 05/05/2005

By Leigh Kelley
Times-News Staff Writer

A desire to have more contact with customers and a new way to make money are bringing new life to a Henderson County dairy in its fourth generation of operation...(Click here for the rest of the article.)

Fullam Creamery finally producing product

The Hendersonville Times-News 07/20/2005

By Jennine Jones Giles
Times-News Staff Writer

A year of inspections, training, purchasing and construction has ended. The Fullam Creamery is up and running, producing fresh cheese, yogurt and cream. The fourth generation of dairy farmers is trying to preserve the family's farming lifestyle by producing fresh, farmstead dairy products, as their new label states...(Click here for the rest of the article.)

This article was also published by the Associated Press and can be found here

New Venture- Old Farm

New Life Journal 08/05/2005
By Ginger Kowal

Cheese lovers in western North Carolina have just received an unexpected boon. Fullam Creamery, with its newly opened on-farm retail store, will provide fresh Hispanic-style cheeses made from top-quality cow's milk from the Fullam family dairy...(Click here for the rest of the article.)

Cheese brings new customers to century-old dairy

Asheville Citizens-Times 01/30/2006
by Dale Neal, STAFF WRITER

The black-and-white photos of George Fullam hang on the walls of the new Fullam Creamery above the rolling pastures off Pleasant Grove Road. He was the first dairy farmer to sell milk to George Vanderbilt's guests at the Biltmore House at the turn of the 20th century....(Click here for the rest of the article.)

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