After we all donned our hair nets, we were greeted by the owner who shared with us all about making cream.
It was not a large facility, but it did have a rather strange smell. I guess it was the smell of thick cream. Regardless, Eva showed her disdain for the odor during the whole tour.
It was all so interesting to see how the bottles moved along, how the milk filled the bottles and then capped by the machines.
We moved on to the butter-making area.
After the churning, they place the butter here to be pressed into the molds for packaging. It looks so good.
There were some small animals for petting and feeding. The goats preferred chewing on my fringed purse, though.
After our tour, we got to taste regular, chocolate, strawberry, and orange milk. And we all got a cup of our favorite ice cream. It was a fun time!
After we got home, Joy promptly took a nap at my suggestion. She's just is not feeling well. She is our family's first cold victim this season. Poor baby!