Grateful Goat Farms goats dancing in front of a barn logo

Welcome to Grateful Goat Farms! We make goat milk soap with essential oils, get crazy with tie dye, and grow fabulous heirloom rhodies.

Grateful Goats Make Great Goat Milk Soap

Goats and humans have shared a happy collaboration for over 10,000 years. The first domesticated goats literally provided everything, food, clothing, fuel for fires. Without their support, who knows where we would be? All we know is it wouldn’t be comfortable being hungry, naked, and cold. 

But, because of goats being so generous, humans could find time to make things like cheese and soap. Which naturally led to beer and wine. So not only did goats facilitate civilization, they made society something worth savoring. And helped people clean up their act a bit too. 

So we are grateful for our goats. Thankful for what they continue to provide.

Our soaps are made in small batches, with the milk taken by hand, not machine. We only take just enough to make our soap, and some occasional cheese, or perhaps some cajeta.  

grateful goat farms baby goats
cosmic charlie

Goat Milk is high in hydroxy acids as well as vitamins A and E. So, it is both a gentle exfoliator as well as an excellent moisturizer. It’s PH is ideal for skin too, which helps promote healthful skin cells. 

If you message us on Facebook, then we are happy to set up “Goat Togethers” so you can meet the goats and see what makes them so special. 

We love the scents of the Pacific Northwest, like lavender, peppermint, cedarwood, but we also use essential oils such as sandalwood, rosemary, lemongrass, and clove. We also feature a scentless bar of pure goat soap without essential oils. We never use artificial fragrances. 

The property has a collection of heirloom rhododendrons from when it was “Steiner Farm”. Rhodies are bad for goats, but our goats teach each new generation NOT to eat them. Goats are pretty smart like that.  

Big Iko the baby goat poses for a pic