When Cheesemaking is a Paradox
City slickers Sue and Hunter Stovall never expected they'd be running a successful goat dairy. In 2008, the couple moved to rural Moore County, NC and started Paradox Farm. Four years later, they're producing three varieties of goat's milk cheese and winning awards at state fairs.
During the peak season, roughly from March through November, Sue Stovall said she can make up to 40 pounds of cheese a week.
It's hard work, especially given that the Stovalls repeat the process after they return home from their "city" jobs in the evening.
But the couple say they wouldn't have it any other way.
Photo by Andrew Craft