Former Crew of the 1936 Bandon Cheese & Produce
Former Crew of the 1936 Bandon Cheese & Produce
 
Former Crew of the 1936 Bandon Cheese & Produce
Crates for pressing the curds into cheese blocks.
Enzymes are added to milk to create cheese curds.
Cheese processing machine.
Milk is stirred and curds are created.
Packaging
Draining whey from the curds.
Packaging the cheese for shipment.
Stacking curds.
Delivery truck parked outside the creamery building.
Breaking up the curds.
 
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Can you please offer plain Cheddar and cheddar curds. Please adda good variety of cheese slicers that use wire. I visualize a tabletop (similar to your cutting board) version with cutting and wire. Locally crafted, wood with your logo
Shelly Malone
December 10,2016
Portland

My Grandfather, Henry Sparkman, owned a dairy farm along the Coquille river and used to sell milk to the cheese factory. My favorite thing there was the cheese curds, I wish I could have some now!!
Regina Sparkman-Hebert
May 6,2013
Avery island, Louisiana

I worked at the Cheese Factory my first time in 1973-1974. I worked in the Retail Shop and some of the men in the pictures here, were working in Production. Hand cheddaring, making curds, pressing the curds into blocks for aging. I can still hear the video playing in the Retail shop. It brings back Old Memories and Good Times. I am so excited, Face Rock Creamery is coming to town.. Thank You.
Gayla M. Elliott
September 22,2012
Bandon,OR

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