This blog features recipes from Emily Allgood Drake May 26, 1912 -- August 22, 2009
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The purpose of this blog is to share the recipes and the legacy of Emily Allgood Drake. Emily Drake was inducted into the National 4-H Hall of Fame in 2004. She was a 4-H leader for over 70 years. She was also a winner in the Spirit of Betty Crocker search. Most importantly she was a wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and great great grandmother. She served her family, her church, her community and everyone she met.
Jeanette lives in West Jordan, Utah. She owns Drake Family Farms Goat Dairy along with her husband Ron and sons Richard and Dan. Dan also has a goat dairy in Ontario, California. So there is a Drake Family Farms -- Utah and a Drake Family Farms -- California.
On the Utah farm there are Saanen, Nubian and Alpine dairy goats. Every goat has a name and is registered with the American Dairy Goat Association. The Drake Family has been raising dairy goats since the 1980s. They take pride in breeding quality animals. They participate in DHIA testing and ADGA linear appraisal. They use artificial insemination for some of their breeding and have collected from their best bucks and offer semen for sale. Quality dairy goat animals is the foundation of quality goat milk products.
Some of the quality products of Drake Family Farms are goat milk (Raw and Grade A pasteurized), goat milk yogurt, many kinds of goat milk cheese, handmade goat milk soap, goat milk emollient cream and goat milk lotion. They sell raw goat milk as well as all the other products at a small store located on their farm in West Jordan. Other products are available at other retail locations and online.