Coen Welsh | Aug 9, 2017 | 0
Everybody say “Goat’s Cheese”
The Cheetah Conservation Fund recently opened the Dancing Goat Creamery at their International Research and Education Centre outside Otjiwarongo. Dancing Goat Creamery cheeses, ice creams, and fudge are available for purchase every day at the Cheetah Conservation Fund’s Centre. Creamery products are also available for purchase at several Namibian retailers including Maerua SuperSpar, Fruit & Veg City, Geocarta Namibia, and Pure & Simple in Windhoek; Desert Hill in Swakopmund; Spar supermarket in Omaruru; and Theo’s Spar in Otjiwarongo. The Cheetah conservators said “This locally-produced goat cheese is also a wonderful option for people intolerant to cow’s milk – it contains less lactose and has smaller fat globules, which makes it easier to digest. Goat cheese is also a great source of calcium and protein, and is shown to improve metabolism. In the picture Dr. Laurie Marker, Founder and Executive Director of the Cheetah Conservation Fund talks to Hanlie Visser, the creamery manager and Sherien Garoes, the Head Cheesemaker.