Conebella Farm, an award-winning 100% Ayrshire dairy farm, is located in beautiful Chester County, Pennsylvania. Since 1923, five generations of Gables have called the farm home, including the current owners, Don and Pam Gable and their three sons, Josh, Tyler and Kevin along with Kevin's wife, Emily. The 198-acre farm grows all of the forages for the 105 milking cows and 100 head of young stock.
Conebella Farm Cheese is made from all natural ingredients with the milk from our own cows, which is both antibiotic-free and hormone free. Our experienced cheese makers create fresh mozzarella, cheese curds, a variety of Cheddar and Colby based cheeses (including Garlic & Chive, Jalapeno and Italian) and a line of preservative-free cheese spreads. Taste the difference in this creamy, buttery cheese made from pure Ayrshire milk.
Elverson, PA — Conebella Farm’s cheese won three awards at the 2020 Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania this month. In their first-ever competition at the PA Farm Show Cheese Competition, Conebella Farm’s Sharp Cheddar won first prize in the Cheddar, Colby and Monterey Jack category and third in Best in Show. Their Cheese Curds won third in the Cheddar, Colby and Monterey Jack category. Cheesemakers Israel Kinsinger, from Oak […]
Whether you’re planning for a busy morning or a lazy weekend, a breakfast casserole is an excellent way to take some of the stress out of your morning routine. Any time I can make things ahead of time to ease some of the morning rush is a win in my book! They also make a great dish for a breakfast potluck, such as our church’s monthly fellowship hour. It calls […]
A cheese plate is just about the simplest yet most elegant appetizer you can bring to a gathering this holiday season. Whether it's for Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's or anything in between, a cheese plate is a delicious and easy option. I recently made a cheese plate for my sister-in-law's baby shower using Conebella Farm's Italian Cheddar and Garden Garlic Spread, paired with roasted red peppers and crackers. Any of […]