Bob-White Systems, the Vermont farmstead cheese and micro dairy supply and equipment company, is expanding and announces the lease of a 2,000-square-foot facility in Royalton, Vermont. Bob-White Systems North is the new location for research, product development, engineering, and manufacturing of the Bob-White Systems Low Impact Pasteurization (LIP) System, which will bring gentle milk pasteurization direct to micro dairy farms. The new facility will also be the location for further product innovations for micro dairy farmers and farmstead cheese makers.
Established in 2006, Bob-White Systems provides micro dairy and cheese making supplies, equipment, support, and innovations for the farmstead, homestead, and small-scale production of local and farm fresh milk and cheese. The Bob-White Systems storefront and offices are located on the town green in South Royalton, next to the South Royalton Co-Op. President, Steven Judge, also operates a micro dairy farm in Royalton which serves as the company’s micro dairy applied research location where the LIP System operates and micro dairy design and best practices are honed.
Recent staff growth and product expansions have resulted in the existing South Royalton Storefront space unable to support engineering and manufacturing components necessary to meet the demands of the growing micro dairy industry in Vermont and beyond. Bob-White System’s customers reach throughout New England with strong loyalty in Pennsylvania, the Midwest, and as far as California, Texas, the United Kingdom, and even Australia. The company’s website and the customer service team serve these customers and e-commerce developments are in place to further support small scale milk producers, home cheese makers, and farmstead dairy farmers.
Bob-White Systems North is being leased from Lucky’s Trailer Sales and is the first company to fill the space Applied Research vacated in 2008. PD
—From Bob-White Systems news release
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