Kristin Grant, of Wild Groves Farmstead
I raise a small herd of Nigerian Dwarf goats and a large flock of chickens. I’m also working hard to expand our ever-growing vegetable garden. Our long-term goal is to create a homestead that is sustainable for the long haul. In 2020, we put in solar panels to reduce our carbon footprint. We also rotate our chickens in a mobile coop, which improves their diet and our land. Our goat manure is composted and used to fertilize our gardens. I make goat cheese, yogurt, and soap from our goats’ milk.
All of our soap is hand-made with high-quality, sustainable ingredients, organic when possible (depending on availability). Nigerian Dwarf goat milk is high in butterfat, which means our soap is very moisturizing! Plastic packaging is made from 100% recycled material.
In 2021, I expanded into solid lotion bars, lip balm, and solid scents!
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