Boston Post Dairy is a family goat farm, making award winning goat and cow's milk cheese, goat milk soap, and Vermont maple syrup and specialty maple products. The on-farm store front is open year round.
Robert and Gisele Gervais, along with their fifteen children, have been farming since 1960. They bought the Boston Post Dairy with their four daughters in 2007, and added a creamery with viewing windows to allow visitors to watch the cheese making process, as well as a small retail store where they sell cheeses, goat milk soaps, maple syrup, and bakery items all made at the farm. The Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail runs right behind the farm and visitors are welcome to walk, jog, or bike along the path. Sampsonville Road is on Route 105. They are approximately 3 miles East of the Enosburg Village headed towards Richford. The farm is located across from the Boston Post Road iron bridge, just before The Dairy Center.
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