Ever wonder how we go from baby goats to goat milk soap?
First, you start with a female baby goat.
Then you feed that baby goat (and her friends) lots of milk.
And lots of hay.
And lots of trees.
When the baby goat is about 7 months old, you breed her to a buck.
Then you take really good care of her during her pregnancy and make sure she stays nice and healthy.
You help her deliver her healthy kids.
And then you start milking her.
You make sure to feed her colostrum back to her kids so that they get off to a healthy start.
Then you take her milk to the soaproom.
You add it to the other soap ingredients.
Then you mix it up a lot.
You pour it into molds.
And let it sit overnight.
Then you take it out of the molds.
And cut it into bars.
You put the bars onto the curing racks and let them sit there for at least six weeks.
Then you put the bar of soap into a Goat Milk Stuff bag.
And tie it.
And now it is ready to be enjoyed!
We put a lot of love and attention into every bar of goat milk soap we make. We think all that extra effort is worth it and hope you agree!