Have you ever tried goat milk soap? If not, you should!

My brother, sister-in-law, and eight of their ten kids live on Sheldon Family Farm & Dairy where they manage their many goats, cows, ponies, pigs, bees, chickens, cats, dogs, as well as a goose (or maybe it’s a duck?) and a rabbit.  I think I’m still forgetting something.  Anyway, using the milk from their goats, they’ve created a fantastic line of goat milk soap available here and various stores in the low country of South Carolina.  As I alluded to in a previous post, I had some run-ins with the goats when I tried to capture some photos of their products last week, which is documented in some photos below.  You can check out some of the beauty of the farm in my post about the farm after a rainstorm.  Here are some photos to entice you to check out their great smelling, high-quality (i.e. leave your hands feeling amazingly soft) soaps.  🙂

 

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I thought photos of the goats by the soap would be cute, like this one. 🙂

 

... then this happened.  Goats really will eat anything!

… then this happened. Goats really will eat anything!

This was the best I could do to get the babies to pose for me.  :)

This was the best I could do to get the babies to pose for me. 🙂

 

So many options and scents available!

So many options and scents available!

 

Available in downtown Beaufort at Greenfish.

Available in downtown Beaufort at Greenfish.

 

At the local feed store.

At the local feed store.

 

Also available at the local cider store.

Also available at the local cider store.

 

Special gift wrap also available.

Special gift wrap also available.

 

Some new residents on the front porch.

Some new residents on the front porch.

 

The bees whose wax/honey is used is some of their products.

The bees whose wax/honey is used is some of their products.

 

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If those photos aren't enough to make you want to check out their great soap products, check out the adorable kids who help make them!  :)

If those photos aren’t enough to make you want to check out their great soap products, maybe these adorable kids who help make them will help! 🙂

2 responses

  1. Hazel A Thomas

    I saw about your goat milk soap on Making It Grow. I think that will make wonderful stocking stuffers. My daughter loves gift relevant to our State and surrounding states (our neighbors). Could u send me info concerning scents and pricing.
    I picked up Moonshine Jelly last week in Ga at Hillside orchards. I thought that was unique. So lets see about goat soap!
    Thanks…..hazel thomas

    September 30, 2014 at 9:05 pm

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