Judith Schad has been making goat cheese for decades at her farm. Her company, Capriole, is considered farmstead. Schad says, "Farmstead means that you produce your product from only the milk of your own farm. In other words, you do the animals, you produce the milk and you make the cheese all in the same place." Capriole produces more than ten fresh and raw milk cheeses. They also make their own hay and re-use manure and whey. The goats are milked twice a day and the milk is moved directly to the cheese plant. Schad says the cheeses are expensive only because they're expensive to produce. She says spending the extra money is worth it to the customers. Schad says green and organic may be newer terms for consumers but they've always been her reality. It's not only helped her business but helped her community become more aware.