When dreams come true.
In 2005, the Morin family decided to give a new lease on life to the old presbytery at Sainte-Élizabeth-de-Warwick by giving it a new vocation. It would become a fromagerie. Located just in front of the farm, the presbytery was the ideal place to make a dream come true – to produce outstanding artisanal cheeses.
10 years later, the family acquired the church next door to the presbytery and transformed it into an aging room where the huge Louis D’or wheels are being washed by Pat, the first robot of its type in Canada.
Ferme Louis d'Or
Managed by the Morin family for five generations, the farm turned to organic production in the 1980s. The herd of Holstein and Jersey cows are fed hay on a daily basis and kept in a stall free cattle barn in the winter. In the summer, they are in the pasture and graze on clover, timothy, meadow grass and other organic grasses. The resulting milk is of an exceptional quality and perfect for cheesemaking.
Number of employees
11 - 9 at the fromagerie, 3 on the farm
140 Holstein and a few Jersey cows; 65 lactating
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