bringing the cows home

“The scent of cows and grass hit our noses immediately as we drove up to the farm. We were in the right place. Patrick Myers greeted us on his Clemson Tigers-clad golf cart. “Jump in—we’re gonna go see the cows. That’s the best part of this story,” he tells us, mostly serious. Elizabeth, Avery (my 11-month-old boy) and I jumped in, and off we rode to see the cows. As we passed the milking stalls and neared the area where the calves are kept, Myers gave us the background of how Lowcountry Creamery came to be.”


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Cream Of the crop

Inside Lowcountry Creamery, the Bowman dairy farm crafting yogurt and milk products.



On the farm with Lowcountry Creamery and Life Raft Treats

“It didn't exactly seem like a day for ice cream. The rain had finally returned after a dry spell that left lawns crunching and heavy, charcoal clouds were inching closer, bringing with them a bit of wind. The only cover on the dairy farm is pretty well full of cows and there's scant grass, crunchy or otherwise, thanks to 200 head of nibbling Jersey cows, their calves, and a rather verbal bull digging his forehooves into the still damp earth.”



The Best Milk We’ve Ever Tasted Is Sold at a South Carolina Truck Stop

“Lowcountry Creamery is producing world-class milk in a facility tucked behind a gas station convenience store right off the interstate.”