Slow Food KC goes down on the farm in scenic Osborn, Missouri for an exclusive tour and tastings of Shatto Milk Company. The tour will include the dairy, processing and bottling facility (be sure to dress accordingly). There should be lots of baby calves this time of year, so bring the kids!
Sunday May 15, 2011 2-4:30 PM
$17 members/ $22 non-members
This event will sell out fast, so make your reservations early!
Reserve your spot at brownpapertickets.com by May 12th.
Tastings will include:
Homemade four cheese macaroni & cheese
Fried cheese curds
Cheese sampling tray with local honey for dipping
Special “surprise” Shatto dessert
Shatto milks, juices, lemonade & tea
MILK AT ITS FINEST
Shatto Milk Company is a small, family owned and operated, dairy farm located just north of the Kansas City metropolitan area. The Shatto family has been farming there for more than 100 years and began the dairy farm more than 60 years ago. The milk sold by Shatto Milk Company comes from cows not treated with rbST (recombinant bovine somatotropin) or recombinant bovine growth hormone (rbGH) and comes only from the cows located on our family farm.
Directions From Kansas City (The directions provided by Mapquest and Yahoo Maps are incorrect.)
Take I-35 North to Exit 40, Highway 116.
Turn West (Left) on Highway 116, go through Lathrop and head towards Plattsburg.
About 4 miles West of Lathrop turn North on 33 Highway.
Continue on 33 Highway about 8 miles until you see our farm on the East (Right) side of the road.