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CYNDI MURRAY PHOTO | Catapano Diary Farm brought some of its goats to its temporary shop in Greenport for Taste North Fork.

During this Veterans Day weekend there was plenty to eat and drink during the Taste North Fork festival, but only one stop let you meet the producers of the local food.

Catapano Dairy Farm, a small, family operated goat farm based in Southold, set up shop over the weekend off Main Street in Greenport. A few friends came with them — the goats, ducks and chickens that make the goods.

Catapano Dairy Farm specializes in hand crafted artisan cheese and a variety of goat milk beauty products. Each year the goats produce more than 50 gallons of milk to make it happen.

While checking out the animals, visitors were also able to pick up fresh veggies and chat with the staff of Catapano Dairy Farm in the parking lot of Emilio’s Restaurant.

For more events during Veterans Day Weekend, click the Taste North Fork tag or check out what’s still going on for Monday with the full schedule of events in Greenport.

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