Frequently asked question

How is Goat Milk Soap different from regular store bought soap?

Goat Milk Soap is made with all natural ingredients and retains all of the natural glycerin when the process is finished. The goat milk protein also gives the soap extra nourishing qualities. Extra butters are added that make the soap moisturizing. Because it is a real soap instead of a detergent it is extremely gentle yet cleansing.

Frequently asked question

Do you drink your goat milk?

Yes, we do drink our goat milk. It is extremely creamy and sweet. Because our bucks (boy goats) live away from the does (female goats) our goat milk does not have the musky flavor that many people associate with goat milk. However, we do not sell our goat milk for human consumption because we are not a grade A dairy.
 

Frequently asked question

What do you do with the kids?

For the first few weeks we hold, snuggle, and play with them! We usually sell the kids at 2-3 months of age. By that time they are fully weaned from their mothers and are ready to go to their new homes. All babies are given vaccinations, dewormed, and given coccidiosis prevention.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION

Can I milk a goat?

Sure! We offer farm tours a few times a year. It’s a great time to milk a goat, play with kids, collect eggs, and do other farmy kinds of things.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION

How do you make soap?

Short answer: You slowly combine lye and frozen milk together. Then you add that to your melted oils and butters. Using a stick blender you carefully mix the two for a few minutes until it is creamy. Pour it into molds and cut it in the next couple of days. For the best quality soap wait 4-6 weeks before using.
 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION

Do goats really eat anything?

 Well, they will test most anything with their mouths and sometimes eat things they shouldn’t. If something tastes good a goat will definitely eat it, even if it is bad for them. Feeding a balanced diet according to your goat’s age and life stage is really important. You can read more about how to feed a goat here.