Pholia Farm is best known for its high quality, milking Nigerian Dwarf Goats and it’s aged, raw milk cheeses (made from 2006-20016). Owned by Vern and Gianaclis Caldwell and named after their daughters Phoebe and Amelia (from which the name Pholia originates), Pholia Farm occupies about 24 acres in rural southern Oregon. The land is part of a much larger tract upon which Gianaclis, then Susan Stevenson, was raised. The last batch of Pholia Farm Cheese was made in the fall of 2016. Pholia will continue to milk goats and teach classes, however and produce it’s cow milk cheese product – Gia’s Cheesorizo.
The farm focuses on happy, health animals; permaculture and forest restoration; education; and of course, outstanding cheeses.
Farmstay, Classes, Open Farm
We offer classes, a memorable farmstay experience in our refurbished 1970 Airstream, and other opportunities to visit the farm and share in our lives and lifestyle.
Books and More
Gianaclis is the author of several books on small dairy, goat care, and cheesemaking (see image links in sidebar) and a consultant and teacher.