Launching the production of goat milk products at the newly established dairy plant Kozłonoga in Klecin

CAP funds enabled an organic goats milk farm to enhance its market orientation by establishing a cheese production dairy. 

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Project summary: 

Kozłonoga is an organic farm with 60 free-range mother goats in Lower Silesia, Poland. There are very few organic farms in the region; a high demand for local, organic quality products; and few goats milk products available on the local market. Therefore, the investor applied for Rural Development Funds to establish a facility for producing short- and long-ripened cheeses from organic, pasteurised goat milk.

Project results: 

The farm shop now sells an increased variety of products which the Kozłonoga farm also sells via the official “Jest alternatywa” supply chain network.
The cheese ripening room consumes very little energy because it is located underground, and the water that cools the milk containers is reused as water for the animals.