A Farm, A Brand, A Lifestyle, & A Movement
What does this mean?
The farm: We are passionate about honoring many of the traditional farming methods used by the Tiltons when they first established the farm in 1823, we hope to leave the land, and the property better than we found it. We are working to provide as much of our own food as possible, we share the garden scraps with the animals, and Gwynavyr, our livestock guardian dog loves fresh goat milk with her food! We use no chemicals of any kind in the gardens, on the lawn, in the animal feed, or in our products. We are dedicated to treating our animals with the highest regard, while letting them live as naturally as possible.
The brand: We make 100% natural goat milk soap, and skin care products, no preservatives or chemicals are ever used. The brand is more than soap and products, we want to inspire and share what we've learned, about growing food, keeping bees, living seasonally, up-cycling found treasures, animal husbandry etc.. If we can do it, you can do it!!
The lifestyle: So many wonderful traditions and "ways" have largely faded from our society, we hope to encourage people to get to know their neighbors, build a strong community, teach children about growing food, spend time cooking with your family and friends, baking bread, turn off the TV, unplug a bit and take time to appreciate.
The movement: Raw milk, keeping chickens, right to farm, these are all things that should be encouraged and embraced by those in power...sadly, in many states and communities people are having to fight for the right to live a lifestyle that was once the norm. More and more people are discovering the benefits of drinking raw milk from healthy, well-cared for animals, and enjoying keeping chickens for eggs, entertainment, and meat. We need to speak loudly and clearly to those in power that factory farms, growth hormones, chemicals, and drugs are not what we want in our food, while we continue to encourage more people to grow and raise their own food, and/or buy from trusted local farms who do it the right way.