|Welcome to Skyview Farm...|
Skyview Farm is a diversified farm located on 80 acres approximately 50 miles south of Kansas City. In a society that believes that bigger and faster is the only way to do things, this family farm subscribes to a different philosophy.
Our goal is to provide healthy, nutritious food. This demands a bit more time and care. We believe that happy animals are those living in an environment that allows them to become what their Creator intended.
Winter Farmer's Market at the
Join us this winter at the Badseed Market on Friday nights from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at 19th and McGee in downtown Kansas City. We will be a regular participant this year with our raw milk cheese beginning December 6. Come and taste the samples and pair our delicious cheese with the other fine organic and all natural ingredients.
Serve Cheese for the Big Game!
We have a great selection of aged raw milk cheeses ready to go for your half time snacking. Whether you are hosting a gathering, taking a gift to a gathering, or just sharing cheese with your family, we have delicious options. Find some crackers, your favorite beverage, and you are sure to help your team win!
Shipping to your Friends and Family
******* The best way to order online right now is to call or email us directly! We can take your credit or debit card with our Square App. on our phone and ship it to wherever you want. ********
Normally our store hours are Monday through Friday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Saturday 10:00 - 4:00. If you are coming from a long way away, you may want to give us a call to make sure we have everything you want.
Skyview Farm and Creamery Cheese is available at these fine locations:
Our cheeses are now available at several new retail stores and restaurants! Look for our cheeses at The Better Cheddar on the Plaza and in Prairie Village.
And now at two local wineries Sommerset Ridge Vineyard and Winery, and Nighthawk Winery. Tell them we sent you!
Thank you very much for visiting our site. Be sure to visit our Facebook page as well!
*Watch a short video about our farm that a newspaper made: here