The family-operated, artisan-style goat farm just brought home a trio of ribbons from the American Cheese Society Conference (ACS) in Denver, one of the country's most prestigious and rigorous cheese competitions.

LaClare captured third-place honors with three products: Its specialty goat yogurt along with two of its most popular cheeses, Evalon and Cave-Aged Chandoka.

"Every year is a new year, with new competition and new factors. It's an honor to place not only once, but three times. That's extraordinary," said LaClare Cheesemaker Katie Fuhrmann.

(Please see the Aug. 10 issue of the Tri-County News for more on this story.)

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