Westfield Farm. Home of Capri

"Chevre" is the French term for goat cheese. "Capri" is the term for the goat cheese made in America by Westfield Farm.

Westfield Farm has been handcrafting award-winning farmstead cheeses in Hubbardston, Mass., since 1971. Located on 20 acres in Central Massachusetts, the farm turns out a little over 1500 pounds of cheese per week. We are very proud of our many national awards, including Best of Show at the American Cheese Society's 1996 annual convention. While most of our cheeses are served in the country's finer restaurants or sold in specialty stores, it is hoped that this web site will allow many people without easy access to those outlets to enjoy what many consider to be the finest selection of goat cheese (as well as two new cow cheeses) in the country. Whether called Chevre, Capri, goat cheese or just plain cheese, It is all made farm fresh, by hand and with pride.

We thank you for your interest.