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    Peter Koons herds nannies into a pasture during Open Creamery Day on Sunday at the Kennebec Cheesery at the Koons Farm in Sidney.

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    Cheese ages on Sunday during Open Creamery Day at the Kennebec Cheesery at the Koons Farm in Sidney.

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    Sarah Wheatley, of Shire Suds, arranges soap Sunday during Open Creamery Day at the Kennebec Cheesery at the Koons Farm in Sidney. Wheatley manufactures the soap with goat whey from the Koons herd.

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    Jean Koons checks the kettle and vats in which she creates goat cheese Sunday at the Kennebec Cheesery. The Koons Farm in Sidney welcomed guests during Open Creamery Day.

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    A billy goat stands in a pen Sunday at the Kennebec Cheesery at the Koons Farm in Sidney. Sunday was Open Creamery Day.

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    Nannies graze Sunday during Open Creamery Day in a pasture at the Kennebec Cheesery at the Koons Farm in Sidney.

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    Guests sample Sunday cheese Sunday during Open Creamery Day at the Kennebec Cheesery at the Koons Farm in Sidney. The cheese was produced there.

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