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Each year people come from near and far to visit the Watonga Cheese Factory, the only one of its kind in Oklahoma. The Factory is open seven days a week. Visitors may purchase different types of cheese and other "Made in Oklahoma" products. If cheese is being manufactured at that particular time, visitors may watch through a viewing window.
The Cheese Factory opened for business in 1941. Their product at that time was -- and still is, cheddar cheese. The cheese is made in 14 lb. blocks or 13 lb. longhorns. Some cheddar cheese is aged for later sale as natural cheese. Other cheese is sold to large companies for processing. This cheese is melted and resold to consumers as processed cheese. Currently, Watonga Cheese Factory produces 1,500 to 8,000 lbs. of cheese weekly. Some of this cheese is sold in their own shop. People wishing to see the cheese-making process should call ahead of time.
Open 7 Days a Week, Monday - Friday, 9-5
Saturday, 9-6, Sunday, 12:30 - 5
Tours Arranged Address:
314 East 2nd Phone:
580-623-5917 Our Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Our Website:www.watongacheese.com
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