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SALISBURY, N.C. — North Carolina has a rich history in agriculture, and whether it’s growing food, raising animals or learning how to market and sell them, many thousands of families make a living trying to feed us.

But one farmer in Rowan County is using animals that you rarely see to breed something you’ll have to try – and it’s made in North Carolina.

While every other farm in the state is milking cows, the folks at Fading D Farm in Salisbury are milking water buffalo to create water buffalo cheese.

For more information, visit their website.