Add shipping charges and the idea loses it's luster. Quit daydreaming and find a good honest Canadian cow.
Yeh, right - and get shipped a hundred kilo of Canadian
cheese ... you sure thats whatcha want? <grins>
As for shipping charges ... uuhh ... hadnt I told you that part yet?
"Sie holen diesen bei der Kästeilet im September auf der Alp ab. (Möglichkeit zur Lagerung in unserem Käsekeller ist gegeben)"
Tha' means - you can come fetch your 150lb of cheese on the Alp your cow's been grazing on, in September.
Oh, you have to go there to choose which cow you want, too.
And you must do a day's work with the cowherd, on Tschingelfeld mountain.
, you get to "have contact with the other farmers and mountainfarmers". And you're free to "sell the cheese on, give it away as a present" - "or eat it yourself".