Split Creek Farm Schedule:
The Farm Shop will be open for purchases Monday-Saturday 10 am - 6 pm.

The Farm will be open for self-guided tours and visitation
 Friday and Saturday 10 am - 6 pm.

CLOSED on Sundays.


We are looking forward to seeing you soon.
Gold medal winners in national competitions for their cheeses, fudge and milk, Split Creek constantly strives to provide superior goat milk products.

     Jessica Bell
     Sandra Coffman

3806 Centerville Road
Anderson, SC 29625

Telephone: (864) 287-3921
E-mail: info@splitcreek.com

Visitors are welcome to stop by the Farm Shop:
Mon - Sat (9 am - 6 pm)

Farm open for self-guided visitation Fridays and Saturdays (10 am - 6 pm)


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Split Creek Farm

Welcome to Split Creek Farm, LLC

 ~Providing fresh goat milk products for 3 decades~ 

Gold Medal winner, World Championship Cheese Contest Split Creek’s Feta Marinated in Olive Oil is placed 3rd in the world and 1st in the United States at the World Championships Cheese Contest in 2022.
Gold Medal winner, World Championship Cheese Contest Split Creek is a 2017 Good Food Awards Winner in the Cheese category for their Feta Marinated in Olive Oil.
Gold Medal winner, World Championship Cheese Contest Split Creek is a Gold Medal Winner at the 2010 World Championship Cheese Contest, Madison, Wisconsin.
Press Release

Split Creek Farm is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains' scenic foothills of South Carolina. The Grade A Dairy is in a barn designed and built by the owners to include the milking and cheese operations and a kid nursery. A retail gift shop featuring goat milk products and other local wares is open to the public. We invite you to use the links at the upper right corner of this page to shop for our award winning farmstead goat cheeses, goat milk fudge, goat milk yogurt, and gift baskets.

Split Creek Farm History
Split Creek Farm became a commercial Grade A goat dairy in 1985. A small-scale cheese operation started in 1988 in response to a growing demand for domestic goat cheeses and as a means to utilize seasonal excesses of milk. Production progressed from the original four-gallon vat batches to the current 150-gallon vat operation, which began in August of 1990.

The Goat Herd
Split Creek Farm's certified goat herd produces all the milk used for its cheese and fudge. Every animal in the herd receives individual attention daily. The extra care they receive shows in the milk quality. The dairy goat herd, which is mostly Nubian, competes nationally in the show ring and for milk production records. Herd health and the ultimate quality of the dairy products are the primary concern of the owners.

Split Creek Feta and Sundried Tomatoes
 Some of our artisan cheese handcrafted from our Split Creek Grade A Goat Milk.

Farm Facts

Split Creek's goal includes being self-sufficient, so progress has been gradual. The farm started with three goats and a piece of land. The herd peaked at 750 goats, and fences, pastures and barns were built over the years. The goats and the cheeses are recognized nationally and have won numerous awards.

Currently the farm population averages about 350, with half of those being milked twice a day. The goats are full partners in the operation and every effort is made for them to be able to perform up to their genetic potential. The milkers are managed to encourage long lactations with most does milking at least three years. Hormones are never used to get the does bred or to produce more milk. Herbicides and pesticides are not used on the pastures in keeping with the commitment to produce an all natural product.

Good milk makes good products, and the farm's artisan cheeses are made by hand with purity and freshness the goal.

The Farm Shop is open Monday - Saturday, 10:00am - 6:00pm, to sell the milk, cheese, fudge and yogurt produced by the farm. Along with Split Creek’s own products, the farm shop sells many other items produced in South Carolina including eggs, honey, soap, and the unique folk art of Pat Bell to name a few. Combining traditional techniques with her own creative style, Pat transforms worn items into art collectibles.

Visitors are welcome at the farm. The farm staff knows that survival of small farms is dependant on educating the public about rural life and the origin of their foods. Since this is a working farm and a great deal of time is spent daily with milking, feeding, and processing cheese, visitors to the shop are encouraged to schedule a tour for a better look at the farm and how it is operated.

The Folks at Split Creek

Jessica Bell and Sandra Coffman, Owners Split Creek Farm

Jessica Bell and Sandra Coffman
Owners of Split Creek Farm, LLC

Jessica has over 25 years of experience working with the goats and producing the quality artisan products of Split Creek Farm. She serves as the primary manager of day-to-day farm operations which includes all aspects of goat milk product production, herd management and animal wellness. Jessica holds a BS in Animal Science from Clemson University and, in addition to managing the farm, works full time as a Veterinary Technician in Clemson, SC.

Sandra is a retired Deputy Chief of Police from U.S. Capitol Police in Washington, DC. She has mentored under Jessica since January 2016 when she discovered her love of goats. She has a passion for educating others about small farm operations and goats, in general. Sandra holds a MS in Management from The Johns Hopkins University. She oversees daily operations at the farm and serves as the primary coordinator for outreach, education, sales and distribution.

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