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If you’re in Tillamook you can’t help but stop at the Cheese Factory! Our photographers David and Brin.

When we launched the new Tillamook.com at the end of January we also wanted to make sure we had new photos of Tillamook cows to share. They don’t naturally pose and smile at the camera, so how does one take pictures of our lovely Tillamook cows? It turns out that if you go into their pasture, they will come to you! They are curious creatures and like to checkout what’s going on – and that’s just what they did when we visited some Tillamook farms for a photo shoot!

Our photographer, Brin, started off far away from the cows.

Within minutes, they were sneaking closer to him!

She was really curious!

What a nice view of Tillamook the cows have in this pasture!

When you go out in the pasture, rubber boots help!

The sun shines down on Tillamook cows.

What farm is complete without a dog (or several) running around?

2 comments

Dr.Shirley Koshi

Heard about you thru Sara Horowitz's article on Co-ops
As a veterinarian whose grandparents had a farm in Kerala, India... I totally admire your set up.
Happy cows in green fields... where cows must be.
I must look for Tillamook products in New York city
Merry Christmas
Shirley

December 11th, 2013 at 4:02 am

Callie

Tillamook Team

Hi Shirley,

Thanks for your comment! We're a little harder to find on the East Coast, but this handy tool might help you in your search. I would keep a look out in the specialty cheese section by the deli - there might be some loafs waiting for you to take them home!

All the best,

Callie, of the Tillamook team

December 19th, 2013 at 3:51 pm
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