Seven Stars Farm

Phoenixville, PA
Seven Stars Farm

Seven Stars Farm is a 350 acre certified Biodynamic dairy farm located in northern Chester County, PA. They use the milk from their Jersey and Jersey crossed herd to produce Seven Stars Organic Yogurt, a wonderful European-style yogurt.

The story of how Seven Stars Farm came to begins in 1939, when influential philanthropist Mabel Pew Myrin and her husband Alarik Myrin bought 1000 acres of Northern Chester County, Pa farmland and named it Kimberton Farms. The Myrins’ wanted to test the practicality of Austrian philosopher Dr. Rudolf Steiner’s Biodynamic method of agriculture and to establish a school that utilized Steiner’s “Waldorf” approach to education.

The land has changed in many ways since that time, but the community's dedication to its educational and agricultural endeavors remains steadfast.

Organic maple syrup, organic vanilla extract, organic lemon extract and cultures are the only additional ingredients added to their unhomogenized, pasteurized milk. The result is an old-fashioned, European-style yogurt that is both unique and addictive!

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