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  • About Us – Our website is a great way to browse and get information on our goat milk soaps and other stuff. If you already know what you would like to order, it may be faster for you to go directly to our...
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  • Copyright – All content included on this site, including all text, graphics, logos, and software, is the property of Goat Milk Stuff LLC and is protected to the full extent of U.S. and international copyright...
  • Directions –   You may not want to rely on your GPS to find our Scottsburg location. Google Maps is usually accurate, but Apple phones are taking people in the wrong direction. Address: 76 South Lake...
  • The Jonas Family – The Jonas Family is made up of Jim, PJ, Brett (19), Colter (18), Emery (16), Fletcher (15), Greyden (13), Hewitt (12), Indigo...
  • Brett – Brett is the oldest of the Jonas children and displays many of the characteristics of a first-born. She is in charge of all the social media for GMS, leads tours of the farm, and manages the...
  • Colter – Colter has become a strong young man who is dependable, and very capable of anything you throw his way. Not only does he help with the milking and cheesemaking, but he also makes all the goat milk...
  • Emery – Emery manages everything at the barn. He helps milk the goats and keeps an eye on all of them to make sure they’re healthy. During kidding season, he helps deliver the babies, and oversees the...
  • Fletcher – Fletcher is talkative and always ready to tell you a joke. He's very outgoing and is the first one to reach out to people he doesn’t know. If you visit the farm, he will probably be your tour...
  • Greyden – Greyden is the quiet Jonas. He doesn't say much, but when he does it counts. He is also our goat boy, who regularly milks, and cares for them all. He's the "daddy" to the baby goats, and knows all...
  • Hewitt – Hewitt is the youngest of 5 boys, and the sweet one in the family who will run up to you to give you a hug, but with plenty of young boy still in him. He has his own goats to milk, and is also in...
  • Indigo – Indigo is a little princess and tomboy all at the same time. She is frequently found in the retail room where she helps customers find their soaps and stuff as she melts their hearts. She is also...
  • Jade – Jade is the youngest in the Jonas family, but you wouldn't know it by her character. She is very self reliant, from helping in the kitchen, to the barn, to the soaproom, she delights in helping...
  • Alpine Goats – We got our first dairy goats in 2005 because we wanted healthy, raw milk for our growing family. We quickly fell in love with our Alpine goats - after all, there is nothing cuter and more playful...
  • Alpine Dairy Does – Persephone Windrush Farms CGVR Persephone ADGA#: A1439519 DOB: 3/13/08      SS:  View Ridge Viking ++*B S: *B Cherry Glen Viking Rorry     ...
  • Alpine Bucks – Zamboni Aquila Acres Pan Zamboni ADGA#: A001666190 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 03/08/13      SS:  *B Windrush Farms ER Nonpareil S:  Aquila Acres WFN Panini...
  • Alpine Kids – It's a lot of work raising healthy kids (both human and goat). Prevention is key. I've written down our protocol for how we raise ours. Different breeders do things differently (with different...
  • Kidding Schedule – Dam/Sire Due Price Name FabulousHades 2/1/17 (Hades)2/21/17 (Rocky) $450 doelings retained TapiocaHades 2/3/17 $400 IdinaHades 2/5/17 $450 doelings retained FashionHades 2/5/17 $450...
  • Alpine Goat Herd Care – We take our herd management very seriously. We pay strict attention to the condition of each individual goat to make sure they get what they need to be happy and healthy and give us high quality...
  • Alpine Goat Videos – Watch some of our goat videos to smile, laugh, and maybe even learn something: Naming The Goats How To Care For Pregnant Goats Who Feeds The Goat Milk Stuff Baby Goats? Breeding Season...
  • Alpine Goats For Sale – Alpine Bucks For Sale Bertram $700. Purebred Alpine Buckling (Bathsheba x Challenge) born 2/8/16   Alpine Milkers For Sale We currently do not have any milkers available. Contact us if...
  • Contest Rules – Eligibility/Availability This sweepstakes is void where prohibited by applicable law. The sweepstakes is open and offered only to legal residents of the United States ages 18 or older. Employees...
  • Thank You! – At Goat Milk Stuff, we work very hard to make sure that we are providing you with the best soap and the best customer service we possibly can. We thank you very much for your purchase and your...
  • Christian Post Goat Milk Soap Article – God's Business Answer for Indiana Family: Goats, Soap and Hard Work By Michelle A. Vu, Christian Post Reporter If you live in America, you’ve more than likely heard of “Jon & Kate Plus 8.” Less...
  • Goat Milk Soap Article – Homemade Goat Milk Soap A Review of the Bar Soaps from GoatMilkStuff.Com My husband is a farmer and works with his hands everyday. He gets very dirty, and his hands get very dry. Especially in...
  • Goat Milk Soap Articles – Salvo Magazine - The Jonas Profit Home Style - Space to Create Indianapolis Star - PJ Jonas Talks About Her Soap Business, Goat Milk Stuff Business Week Online - The Family Biz: Goats,...
  • Goat Milk Soap CJ Article – Family goat-milk soap business a success By Niki King | Special to The Courier-Journal • June 17, 2009 About five years ago, PJ Jonas was giving her kids a bath when she noticed...
  • Goat Milk Soap in Magazines and Gift Guides – Blush Magazine's Holiday Gift Guide Beauty News NYC Holiday Picks Marketing Mama's 2010 Best Handmade Gifts for Women Gifts and Decorative Accessories
  • Goat Milk Soap In The News – Television Interviews The Huckabee Show NBC's TODAY Show The Doctors WHAS 11 Homekeepers NBC in Dayton, Ohio ABC-TV's WHAS Fox 59 Daytime PBS The Weekly Special Fox2 St. Louis...
  • Goat Milk Soap in The Oprah Magazine – Goat Milk Stuff is featured in the Beauty section of the January 2012 Oprah Magazine Check us out on page 66!
  • Goat Milk Soap Newspaper Article – All about the Jonas brothers -- and sisters By Dale Moss • dmoss@courier-Journal.com • June 9, 2010 They earn salaries, do not receive allowances. They sing along to show tunes, not to Lady Gaga....
  • Goat Milk Soap on The TODAY Show – Goat Milk Stuff was featured on the Leonard's Look segment on NBC's TODAY Show on June 27th, 2011.
  • Goat Milk Soap WHAS11 Interview – For Jim and PJ plus eight, goat milk is a family business affair By WHAS11 News Reporter Rachel Platt WHAS11’s Rachel Platt visits with the Jonas family – all 10 of them – to discuss...
  • Goat Milk Stuff Daytime Interview – For Jim and PJ plus eight, goat milk is a family business affair By WHAS11 News Reporter Rachel Platt WHAS11’s Rachel Platt visits with the Jonas family – all 10 of them – to discuss...
  • Goat Milk Stuff on Homekeepers – For Jim and PJ plus eight, goat milk is a family business affair By WHAS11 News Reporter Rachel Platt WHAS11’s Rachel Platt visits with the Jonas family – all 10 of them – to discuss...
  • Goat Milk Stuff on the Bloomberg Small Business Report – For Jim and PJ plus eight, goat milk is a family business affair By WHAS11 News Reporter Rachel Platt WHAS11’s Rachel Platt visits with the Jonas family – all 10 of them – to discuss...
  • Goat Milk Stuff on The Doctors – The entire Jonas family flew to California to share the story of Goat Milk Stuff and their goat milk soap on the set of The Doctors. Enjoy watching the segment: Thank you to everyone at The...
  • Goat Milk Stuff on The Huckabee Show – Watch as Jim, PJ, and all the children get to talk with Governor Mike Huckabee.
  • Goat Milk Stuff PBS Interview – Goat Soap Family By The Weekly Special Co-host Joe Hren
  • Salvo Magazine Goat Milk Soap Article – The Jonas Profit - How Two Goats and One Big Family Found Their Calling PJ (Patricia) Jonas was bathing her children one day when her eyes fell on the list of ingredients in the commercial baby...
  • Hummingbird – SG Soldier-Mtn PVLM Hummingbird 2*M ADGA#: A001404910 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 3/12/07 LA: VEVV 87 @ 4-05 (after moving from Idaho to Indiana) LA: VEEE 90 @ 3-05 LA: VEVE 89 @ 2-05 LA:...
  • Persephone – Windrush Farms CGVR Persephone ADGA#: A001439519 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 3/13/08      SS:  View Ridge Viking ++*B S: *B Cherry Glen Viking Rorry...
  • Fashion – Soldier-Mtn PVRA Hi-Fashion ADGA#: A001477541 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 3/5/09 LA: VVVV 86 @ 2-05 (after moving from Idaho to Indiana) +V++ 84 @ 1-05      SS: ...
  • Payton – Windrush Farms Storm Payton ADGA#: A001512655 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 3/18/10 LA: +VV+ 83 @ 1-05      SS:  CH Willow Run Chevalier Ruffian *B S:  Windrush...
  • Valley – Aquila Acres WFN Valley Girl ADGA#: A001570249 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 2/23/11 LA: V+VV @ 0-06     SS: IR-Ranch NCS Eddie Ray *B S: Windrush Farms ER Nonpareil...
  • Thalia – Windrush Farms N Thalia ADGA#: A001570241 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 4/15/11 LA: ++V+ @ 0-04     SS: Windrush Farms Wonder PromKing *B S: Windrush Farms PK Nathaniel *B...
  • Zaphire – Aquila Acres Pan Zaphire ADGA#: A001606207 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 2/18/12      SS:  *B Windrush Farms ER Nonpareil S:  Aquila Acres WFN Panini...
  • Zenith – Aquila Acres Pan Zenith ADGA#: A001606201 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 2/18/12      SS:  *B Windrush Farms ER Nonpareil S:  Aquila Acres WFN Panini...
  • Zipporah – Aquila Acres Pan Zipporah ADGA#: A001606202 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 2/18/12      SS:  *B Windrush Farms ER Nonpareil S:  Aquila Acres WFN Panini...
  • Belle – Aquila Acres Convict Belle ADGA#: A001606208 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 2/23/12      SS:  *B SG Soldier-Mtn Sherwood Forrest S:  *B Soldier-Mtn Escaped Convict...
  • Tesla – Aquila Acres Pan Tesla ADGA#: A001606209 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 2/24/12      SS:  *B Windrush Farms ER Nonpareil S:  Aquila Acres WFN Panini...
  • Fantasmic – Aquila Acres WFN Fantasmic ADGA#: A001606211 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 3/5/12      SS:  *B IR-Ranch NCS Eddie Ray S:  *B Windrush Farms ER Nonpareil...
  • Mermaid – Aquila Acres Mermaid ADGA#: A001666186 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 2/23/13 LA:      SS:  *B Windrush Farms ER Nonpareil S: Aquila Acres WFN Panini...
  • Galaxy – Aquila Acres IRS Galaxy ADGA#: A001666187 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 2/24/13      SS:  *B Cherry Glenn Spider Rampart S: Iron Rod R Substantial...
  • Siren – Aquila Acres KVC Storm Siren ADGA#: A001666189 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 03/08/13     SS: Strawberry Fields Jagged Edge *B S: Kickapoo Valley SFJE Challenge...
  • Zeyda – Aquila Acres Pan Zeyda ADGA#: A001666195 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 03/08/13 LA:      SS:  *B Windrush Farms ER Nonpareil S:  Aquila Acres WFN...
  • Zinnia – Aquila Acres Pan Zinnia ADGA#: A001666196 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 03/08/13      SS:  *B Windrush Farms ER Nonpareil S:  Aquila Acres WFN Panini...
  • Hazelnut – Aquila Acres Pan Hazelnut ADGA#: A001666197 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 03/09/13      SS:  *B Windrush Farms ER Nonpareil S:  Aquila Acres WFN...
  • Fabulous – Aquila Acres AAR Fabulous ADGA#: A001666198 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 03/12/13 LA:      SS:  *B Windrush Farms ER Nonpareil S:  Aquila Acres...
  • Pandora – Aquila Acres IRS Pandora ADGA#: A001666199 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 03/13/13 LA:      SS:  *B Cherry Glenn Spider Rampart S: Iron Rod R Substantial...
  • Pemberley – Aquila Acres IRS Pemberley ADGA#: A001666200 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 03/13/13 LA:      SS:  *B Cherry Glenn Spider Rampart S: Iron Rod R Substantial...
  • Bathsheba – Aquila Acres IRS Bathsheba ADGA#: A001666201 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 03/16/13 LA:      SS:  *B Cherry Glenn Spider Rampart S: Iron Rod R...
  • Vanish – Vanish Aquila Acres Vanish ADGA#: A001711152 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 03/05/14 LA:      SS:  *B SG Soldier-Mtn Sherwood Forrest S:  *B...
  • Meet Secret! – Even though we've had hundreds of baby goats born over the years, each and every baby is a miracle. You can read Secret's birth story to discover when she joined the Goat Milk Stuff family. And if...
  • Reluctant – Reluctant Aquila Acres Pan Reluctant ADGA#: A001711154 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 03/07/14 LA:      SS:  *B Windrush Farms ER Nonpareil S: ...
  • Meet Idina! – Even though we've had hundreds of baby goats born over the years, each and every baby is a miracle. You can read Idina's birth story to discover when she joined the Goat Milk Stuff family. And if...
  • Meet Jericho! – Even though we've had hundreds of baby goats born over the years, each and every baby is a miracle. You can read Jericho's birth story to discover when she joined the Goat Milk Stuff family. And...
  • Meet Tapioca! – Even though we've had hundreds of baby goats born over the years, each and every baby is a miracle. You can read Tapioca's birth story to discover when she joined the Goat Milk Stuff family. And...
  • Meet Tempest! – Even though we've had hundreds of baby goats born over the years, each and every baby is a miracle. You can read Tempest's birth story to discover when she joined the Goat Milk Stuff family. And...
  • Meet Happenstance! – Even though we've had hundreds of baby goats born over the years, each and every baby is a miracle. You can read Happy's birth story to discover when she joined the Goat Milk Stuff family. And if...
  • Meet Hera! – Even though we've had hundreds of baby goats born over the years, each and every baby is a miracle. You can read Hera's birth story to discover when she joined the Goat Milk Stuff family. And if...
  • Challenge – Challenge Kickapoo Valley SFJE Challenge ADGA#: A001606206 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 03/3/12     SS: Nixon’s Vanguard Warrior S: Strawberry Fields Jagged Edge *B...
  • Substantial – Substantial Iron-Rod R Substantial ADGA#: A001614724 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 03/3/12      SS:  *B IR-Rance KW Spiderman S: *B Cherry Glenn Spider Rampart...
  • Zamboni – Zamboni Aquila Acres Zamboni ADGA#: A001666190 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 03/08/13 LA:      SS:  *B Windrush Farms ER Nonpareil S:  Aquila Acres...
  • Saturn – Saturn Aquila Acres Saturn ADGA#: A001711150 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 03/07/14 LA:      SS:  *B Cherry Glenn Spider Rampart S: Iron Rod R...
  • Ned's Progeny – The Sire Ned Windrush Farms ER Nonpareil Ned French Alpine ADGA #A1501106 DOB: 3/7/09 LA: +V+ 82 @ 2-06       SS: GCH Hill N Holler M. Nucleus S: IR-Ranch NCS...
  • Liquid Soap Foamer – What to Do if your Pump "Sticks" Do you not use the foamer regularly? As the pump is used, there is residual liquid on the screen. If the pump is not used frequently, that soap liquid can dry,...
  • Flax Seeds – One Seed I Won’t Live Without One of my secret healthy foods is flax seed. These seeds may be tiny (a bit bigger than a sesame seed), but they are packed with healthy nutrients. They come in...
  • Woodturning – Natural Beauty in Form and Function Woodturning is an art form that transforms a piece of wood into a useful or decorative piece by carving it with a stationary tool while the wood is spinning...
  • Long Lasting Goat Milk Soap –  We're often asked how long our soap lasts. (See: Tips on Making Your Soap Last Longer). So we decided to go straight to the users and find out. We asked our Facebook Fans how long 1 bar of...
  • Why I Podcast – Hi PJ, I am glad your back! I nurse my son so I'm on your website, podcast, twitter, and Facebook accounts multiple times a day. I know you don't know me, but you have forever impacted my life. I...
  • Important Things That I Do – These are in no particular order. Tuck my children in Teach my children (homeschool) Train my children Discipline my children Read to my children Read my Bible Pray Exercise Sleep Cook healthy...
  • Not Important Things That I Do – Not in any particular order: Cleaning the House Answer individual emails Answer individual phone calls Website updates Print orders Food shopping Clothes shopping Garden Washing dishes Laundry Bag...
  • Fruit and Vegetable Colors – Here is a list of fruits and vegetables in the different color groups. Red Apples - red Beets Cabbage - red Cherries Chili Pepper Cranberries Grapefruit - pink Grapes - red Onion - red Peppers -...
  • Food Shopping List – This is a current copy of the Jonas family food shopping list.
  • Kid Friendly Recipe – Sample Kid-Friendly Recipe - Split Pea Soup
  • Holiday List – Here is the link to my 2013 Holiday Planning List. Hope you find it helpful!
  • Photos – Older Photo Slideshow:
  • Charm – Charm Soldier-Mtn Southern Charm American Alpine ADGA#: AA1519039 DOB: 4/10/10 LA: +V+V 84 @ 1-04      SS:  Willow Run Ahren Rhett +*B S:  Amy's Pride...
  • Convict – Convict Soldier-Mtn SF Convict American Alpine ADGA #: AA1570252 DOB: 3/10/11       SS: Pearl Valley Lifetime Liaison S: Soldier-Mtn Sherwood Forest...
  • Dayton – Dayton Windrush Farms IRS Dayton American Alpine ADGA#: AA1406509 DOB: 3/6/07 LA: VEEV 87 @ 4-05      SS:  CH Qu’Appelle V Etienne S:  Iron-Rod ET Sheriff...
  • Ivy – Ivy Dixie-does Purcell Ivy League ADGA#: A001440872 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 2/7/08 LA: VEVV 88 @ 3-06      SS:  SG Cherry Glen Inman Tito +*B S: *B Cherry Glen...
  • Misha – Misha Misha is now enjoying life at her new home. Windrush Farms IRS Misha Purebred French Alpine ADGA#: A1406505 DOB: 4/10/07 LA: +VVV 86 @ 4-04      SS:  CH...
  • Myna – Myna Soldier-Mtn WHB Myna Bird 2*M American Alpine ADGA#: AA1442053 DOB: 3/14/08 LA: VV+V 86 @ 3-05 (after moving from Idaho to Indiana) +EVV 87 @ 2-05 VEVV 87 @ 2-05...
  • Panini – Panini Aquila Acres WFN Panini French Alpine Buckling ADGA#: A1570250 DOB: 2/19/11 LA: AV++ @ 0-06     SS: IR-Ranch NCS Eddie Ray *B S: Windrush Farms ER Nonpareil...
  • Pegasus – Pegasus Aquila Acres WFN Pegasus French Alpine Doe ADGA#: A1549991 DOB: 2/19/11 LA: VVVV @ 0-06     SS: IR-Ranch NCS Eddie Ray *B S: Windrush Farms ER Nonpareil...
  • Randy – Randy Aquila Acres Randy American Alpine Buckling ADGA#: AA1627716 DOB: 2/22/12 LA:      SS:  *B IR-Ranch NCS Eddie Ray S:  *B Windrush Farms ER Nonpareil...
  • Red Bird – Red Bird Soldier-Mtn SMB Red Bird American Alpine ADGA#: AA1541970 DOB: 4/16/10 LA: +V++ 83 @ 1-04      SS:  SG Tempo Aquila Freelance ++*B S:  Soldier-Mtn...
  • Valencia – Valencia Aquila Acres Valencia American Alpine Doe ADGA#: DOB: 03/05/13 LA:      SS:  *B SG Soldier-Mtn Sherwood Forrest S:  *B...
  • Veanna – Veanna Veanna is now enjoying life at her new home. Aquila Acres Victoria Veanna American Alpine ADGA#: AA1501107 DOB: 4/9/09      SS:  SGCH ++*B Cherry Glen MMM...
  • Vera – Vera Aquila Acres WFN Vera American Alpine Doe ADGA#: AA1570247 DOB: 2/25/11 LA: ++++ @ 0-06     SS: IR-Ranch NCS Eddie Ray *B S: Windrush Farms ER Nonpareil...
  • Victoria – Victoria Victoria is now enjoying life at her new home. Windrush Farms IRS Victoria American Alpine ADGA#: AA1406516 DOB: 3/30/06      SS:  CH Qu’Appelle V...
  • ZaZu – ZaZu Aquila Acres WFN ZaZu American Alpine Doeling ADGA#: pending DOB: 3/9/11 LA: V+VV @ 0-05     SS: IR-Ranch NCS Eddie Ray *B S: Windrush Farms ER Nonpareil...
  • Zephyr – Zephyr Aquila Acres WFN Zephyr American Alpine Doe ADGA#: AA1570242 DOB: 3/9/11 LA: VVVV @ 0-05     SS: IR-Ranch NCS Eddie Ray *B S: Windrush Farms ER Nonpareil...
  • ZuZu – Zuzu Windrush Farms Wonder Zuzu 1*M ADGA#: A001406510 (Click for ADGA.org) DOB: 3/13/07 LA: VEEV 88 @ 4-05      SS:  +*B Willow Run Armand Abraham S: *B Willow Run...
  • How To Use The Foamer Bottle – We have a foamer bottle that works great with our liquid soaps. When filling it, it is important that you do not fill the bottle to the rim. The bottom of the foaming mechanism (large...
  • How To Fill The Tooth Powder – We sell the Tooth Powder in containers ready to use, but when you run out we have a Tooth Powder Refill. Refilling it is easy! When you receive the Tooth Powder Refill in the mail, it will be...
  • Curing Soap – If you are purchasing soap logs or custom soap batches that are not fully cured, you will need to finish curing them at your house. Curing soap does two main things. First, it allows the soap to...
  • Cutting Soap –   We recommend that you cut your soap with a mitre box and putty knife. You can watch Emery demonstrate how it is done in this video: It is possible to cut soap with a kitchen knife, but...
  • Goat Milk Soap Blog Reviews and Giveaways –   Thank you for your interest in reviewing our soap for your blog or youtube channel. Due to the large number of requests we get, we've had to institute the following policy for US bloggers...
  • Goat Milk Soap Samples – Free Samples It is with much regret that I am announcing that we are discontinuing our free sample program. This program was designed to give you an idea of what a scent smelled like before...
  • How to Disbud Goats – Not all goat breeders disbud their goats. We disbud our herd because we believe it is safer for the goats. Our basic setup includes a kid box to provide containment for the kid, clippers* to...
  • Consulting – I get the most heartfelt requests for help on a daily basis. People see our website, learn about what our family is doing, and it resonates with something deep inside of them. I think this is...
  • Custom – We will make a custom scented 36 oz batch of our soap (30 oz for castile) for $60. This covers all costs including US shipping and equates to about 7 bars of soap. The soap is a slightly...
  • Donation Policy – Thank you for your interest in our Goat Milk Stuff products. Our family works hard together to make high quality ‘stuff’ that can be appreciated by most everyone. As you may imagine, we receive...
  • Fundraiser – Here at Goat Milk Stuff, we believe in helping people. There are so many wonderful causes and groups out there needing support to make a difference. We think your cause is very important and we...
  • GMS Soaproom –   The Goat Milk Stuff Soap Room is located in Scottsburg, Indiana. Standard hours (EDT) are: Monday through Saturday 8am - 6pm. We are closed on Sundays. Please subscribe to the...
  • Goat Milk Soap Fundraisers – This soap was used to raise money for a High School Band in New Mexico. Here at Goat Milk Stuff, we believe in helping people. There are so many wonderful causes and groups out there needing...
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  • Order Changes – If you need to make a change to your order or wish to add something, do not call us or email us. We ship orders out very quickly and we will likely not receive the message in time. Instead, please...
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  • Wholesale – We offer our goat milk soaps at wholesale prices to retailers with physical locations. We have competitive pricing, fast shipping, awesome products, low minimums, and excellent service. If you...
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  • Activated Bamboo Charcoal – What Exactly is Activated Bamboo Charcoal and Why Add it to Goat Milk Soap? Bamboo is a hardy, fast-growing (some of the fastest growing plants in the world are bamboo), hard grass predominantly...
  • Dove Soap Ingredients – How Does Dove Soap Compare to Goat Milk Soap?{click to tweet} I am often told by people that their doctor recommended they use Dove for their sensitive skin. Some of them are hesitant...
  • Dove vs. Goat Milk Soap – "I'm not sure what I'd do without your soap. I've tried to use Dove again, and within a day of using it, my face was red and burning. Your soap is an absolute blessing after countless years of skin...
  • Essential Oil Soaps – Almond Bug Out Chamomile Ginger Lime Hunter Kool Koala Lavender Lemongrass Patchouli Peppermint Rosemary Mint Sunrise Tea Tree Please subscribe to the Goat Milk Stuff...
  • Fragrance Oil Soaps – Baby Powder Black Raspberry Clean Cotton Cool Citrus Basil Cucumber Melon Dragon Blood Fiji Island Honeysuckle Lilac Luv Spell Nautical Oatmeal, Milk, and Honey Ocean OMH Scrub Pink Sugary...
  • How To Use Shave Soap – Most shaving creams contain 80% water, as well as many harmful ingredients such as Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, and even Propane. We don't think these ingredients are healthy for your skin, so we...
  • Alpine Goat Color Patterns – Please note that the color pattern is based on what the goat looks like when they are shaved. As their hair grows out, some of the black can fade to brown and some of the white can darken. Cou...
  • Baby Skin –   The whole reason I started making soap for our family was because I finally noticed the ingredients on the back of the baby wash that I had always used. I was shocked to find that it was...
  • Goat Milk Soap FAQ – Online Ordering Placing an Order - How-to, Registering, Trouble logging in, Mail orders, Changing an order, Returns Shipping - Costs, Arrival Time, International Shipping, Free Shipping, Changing...
  • Discounts – Do you still use coupon codes? We no longer use coupon codes because multiple people had difficulty following the directions on how to properly use the coupon code. Instead, we have put into...
  • Payment Options – Can I pay with a check? Yes, we accept checks or money orders as payment. They must be drawn on an American bank. We do not accept International bank checks. You can place your order on our...
  • Placing an Order – How do I place an online order? You need to have a registered account on our website before you can check out. To register, click on the top of the website where it says "register/login" and then...
  • Satisfaction Guarantee – Sometimes it's scary to order something from the web since you're not sure that you're going to like what you receive. Our Satisfaction Guarantee removes that worry. Our products are used daily...
  • Shipping – How does my order ship? Your order will ship via the United States Postal Service (USPS). We use USPS because they offer the priority flat rate postage option and for the vast majority of our...
  • Farm Tour – Who is the farm tour for? Our farm tours are for people who want to see where their soaps, candies and cheeses are made, want to meet the goats, and want to get a glimpse at our farm life....
  • Goats – These are the answers to some of our most commonly asked goat questions. But you can find a lot more information by checking out the Goats section of our website. What type of goats to you...
  • The Farm Store – Where is the Farm Store? The farm store is located at the front of our farm in Scottsburg, Indiana. We are at a very convenient location - less than a mile off Highway 65 at Exit 29. Our...
  • Acne – We've had many people with acne use our goat milk soap and report relief from their pimples and acne symptoms. Everyone's skin is different, and reacts differently, so we can't promise that the...
  • Dry Skin – Our goat milk soap is wonderful for dry skin and has many benefits. The cream, proteins, vitamin A, selenium, and alpha hydroxy acids all help to nourish your skin without drying it out. Our...
  • Eczema – We've had many eczema sufferers use our goat milk soap and report relief from their eczema symptoms. Everyone's skin is different, and reacts differently, so we can't promise that the soap will...
  • Poison Ivy – Jewelweed is a plant that is often used by herbalists to relieve poison ivy symptoms. We take fresh jewelweed and infuse it in oils and then use those to make a jewelweed soap and jewelweed...
  • Psoriasis – We've had many psoriasis sufferers use our goat milk soap and report relief from their psoriasis symptoms. Everyone's skin is different, and reacts differently, so we can't promise that the soap...
  • Rosacea – We've had many rosacea sufferers use our goat milk soap and report relief from their rosacea symptoms. Everyone's skin is different, and reacts differently, so we can't promise that the soap will...
  • Sensitive Skin – We've had many people with sensitive skin use our goat milk soap and report relief from their symptoms. We recommend the following soaps for your sensitive skin: Purity goat milk soap - an...
  • The Skin – Have you ever stopped to think about how complex your skin is? It is the largest organ in your body and it does some pretty important stuff. Not only does it hold your body together, but it...
  • All Soap Is Not Equal – All Goat Milk Soap is NOT Created Equal When I first started making goat milk soap for my family, my goal was very simple. I wanted to create a natural bar of soap. I did not want to use any...
  • Antibacterial Soap – 5 Reasons to Avoid Antibacterial Soaps I have long believed that anti-bacterial soaps are not healthy and that people should avoid using them.  I was greatly encouraged to hear that the FDA is...
  • Castile Soap – The Gentlest Goat Milk Soap To the best of our understanding, castile (pronounced "cass - teel') soap originated in the Castile region of Spain and was made exclusively with olive oil. It is a...
  • Detergents and Soaps – What's the Difference? Because water is not very good at removing dirt and grease by itself, most people add soap or detergent to help clean their clothes, dishes, or their skin. Detergents are...
  • Gluten Free Soap – I've been getting asked a lot lately the question, "Are your soaps gluten free?" The simple answer is, "Yes, they are." We do not use any ingredients in our soaps and other stuff that are known...
  • Goat Milk Soap and pH – Does Your Skin Need a Low pH Cleanser? Many goat milk soapers make claims on the internet that the pH of raw goat milk is closer to skin’s pH, therefore it is healthier for your skin than other...
  • Goat Milk Soap Benefits – Many people are still washing their skin with soap made with water. Switching to soap made with raw goat milk can truly benefit your skin’s health. Goat milk soap is wonderful for people with dry...
  • Goat Milk Soap Weight – Our soaps are all handmade, which means that each bar is going to be slightly different. Each full bar is intended to weigh 5 ounces, but due to the way the soap pours into the molds and because...
  • How Soap Works – When we try to clean things, whether it’s our hands or our clothes, water is doing most of the work of cleaning by flushing out all the dirt and stuff we’re trying to remove. But adding soap...
  • Long Lasting Soap – How To Make Your Goat Milk Soap Last Longer There are many factors that can affect how long different goat milk soaps will last. Some of these include: Soap Ingredients. Harder fats and oils...
  • Packaging – How do my soaps arrive? Every size bar (full, half, or travel) of goat milk soap comes in a cotton drawstring bag. Uncured logs of goat milk soap are also available. These logs arrive without...
  • Soap Lather – What Makes the Soap Suds? When you rub a bar of goat milk soap over your skin, there is friction. This friction introduces tiny air bubbles to the surface of the wet soap. Our article, How...
  • The Goat Milk Soaps – What are the benefits of using goat milk soap? One of the first questions we're always asked is, "Why goat milk?" When making soap, you need a liquid. Some soapmakers use water, some use...
  • Wash Your Hands – We're big believers in using goat milk soap to wash your hands - and not just because we make soap! With a farm family of ten, there are lots of opportunities to pass germs back and forth....
  • Which Soap? – What goat milk soap should I try on my face? Which soap to use on your face is a matter of personal preference. If you don't have skin issues or sensitivities, any of the soaps are great. For...
  • Goat Milk and Anemia – Can Goat Milk Help with Anemia? Because my family does not eat a lot of processed food, we don't consume many foods that are "iron enriched". I was recently asked by a customer if I was concerned...
  • Goat Milk and Eczema – Are You Helping Your Eczema with Goat Milk? The word eczema is used to describe a variety of skin conditions. Some of these include atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, dyshidrotic eczema,...
  • Raw Goat Milk – Most 21st centry Americans have never had raw milk, and simply drink the pasteurized milk available at the grocery store. But in terms of human history, more people have consumed milk in its raw...
  • Bacteria Growth in Milk – What happens if you leave milk sitting out on the counter? It goes bad. Bacteria and harmful stuff can begin to grow in the milk and that is not very good for you. The reason we can add milk to...
  • Detox Your Armpits – Do Your Armpits Need a Detox? When my children were approaching the age when they would need to wear deodorant, I started doing some research. I was not pleased with what I discovered about the...
  • Optical Brighteners – Are Your Clean Clothes an Optical Illusion? Clothes will naturally tend to yellow over time. Since most big brand laundry detergents are fighting to provide you with the “brightest and whitest”...
  • Two Different Recipes – Which Recipe is Best? We have two different recipes available for our solid lotions and lip balms. The red label is our original recipe and the orange label is our mango butter recipe. (In case...
  • Sourdough Benefits – Ever wonder if sourdough bread is really that different from "regular" bread? Other than the fact that sourdough bread and sourdough bagels use a sourdough starter to leaven the dough (make the...
  • Almond Essential Oil – What Scents Almond Goat Milk Soaps? Everyone loves the smell of cherries in their soaps and lotions, but bitter almond essential oil (which naturally smells like cherries) can only be used with...
  • Lavender Essential Oil – Why Add Lavender Essential Oil to Goat Milk Soap? Lavender Essential Oil is derived from the pretty purple flower tops of lavender plants and is easily recognized by its floral, fresh, and sweet...
  • Lemongrass Essential Oil – Why Add Lemongrass Essential Oil to Goat Milk Soap? Lemongrass is an aromatic grass that spreads like wild fire and can grow up to 3 feet high. It is put through an involved distillation...
  • Orange Essential Oil – Why Add Orange Essential Oil to Goat Milk Soap? Oranges are a fruit that may have much more to offer than you maybe ever realized. The sweet, citrusy flavor and scent are famous for their crisp,...
  • Peppermint Essential Oil – Peppermint is a widely known herb with a recognizable scent that puts out a pretty purple flower. It is a cross between watermint and spearmint and in the right conditions spreads rapidly...
  • Tea Tree Essential Oil – Tea Tree oil comes from a plant called Melaleuca alternifolia which is native to Australia, but has been transplanted across the world because of its useful and versatile traits. It is typically...
  • A Goat's Digestion – Efficient Solar Energy Conversion The sun radiates massive amounts of energy to the earth continuously. We humans can only harness a little bit of that, and we do so inefficiently. Goats on the...
  • Best Goat – What is the Best Goat to Get? If you are considering getting a dairy goat for milk, the question that is haunting you is most likely, “Which is the best dairy goat for me to get?” The answer is...
  • CAE in Goats – Why Your Goat Herd Should be CAE Free CAE stands for Caprine Arthritis Encephalitis. It is a virus that affects goats and not humans. Goats pass CAE to each other via infected colostrum, milk,...
  • Coccidia Prevention – An Essential Step to Raising Healthy Goat Kids Coccidia prevention is very important to raising healthy kids. Once you see diarrhea (resulting from coccidia), you have time to treat the kid and...
  • Dairy Goats vs Cows – People ask me all the time why I chose to raise dairy goats instead of dairy cows. There are two main reasons - the milk itself and the animals themselves. After owning and milking a Jersey cow,...
  • Feeding Dairy Goats – What We Feed Goats That are Currently Milking At Goat Milk Stuff, every goat always has access to the following: free choice grass hay free choice loose minerals clean water That is the basic...
  • Goats and Milk – Do All Goats Give Milk? Although all healthy, female goats are capable of producing milk to feed their babies, not all goats produce enough milk to provide humans with a reasonable share of that...
  • Goats To Soap – 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...
  • Raising Goats – This information is provided as an example of how we bottle raise goats at Goat Milk Stuff. We are not veterinarians and you should seek the advice of a professional vet before medicating your...
  • Small Family Business – Why Start a Small Family Business A family business is a wonderful and challenging endeavor for any family. There are advantages and disadvantages that all need to be considered. For our...
  • Bags – All of our goat milk soaps - full bars, half bars, and travel bars - come packaged in a cotton drawstring bag. The children hand stamp the scent on each bag, so please be aware that you may...
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