What makes our soap so special?  It's the goats!

Our goat milk soap is made from scratch (we never use a pre-made base) in small batches right here on our farm. The milk comes from our small herd of hand milked goats.  Each goat is given individual care and attention. (Laine likes Fig Newtons and Nola likes banana peels!)  Our soap and lotion recipes are designed with skin loving oils and whole, fresh goat milk that provides creamy goodness to every bar and bottle. 

See behind the scenes of our soap process in our "Goat to Soap" video below:


Some of the Small Acre Farm herd.

About Our Farm

Our farm is located on ten acres just a few miles north of Fort Collins, CO. We live in a big barn with the house on top and the stalls below.  We love being close to our animals and our house/barn allows us to be near them if they’re sick, hurt, or giving birth.

Sustainability is key for us here on our little farm.  In order to use our resources wisely, both our goat and sheep herds are small.  This allows us to give each animal regular and individual attention.  Every animal has a purpose and is treated with respect for the contribution they make to our farm.

Support Staff

TILLY
Board Chairman

TUCK
Morale Officer

GUNTHER
Chief of Security

SILAS
Rodent Control

THUNDER
Lamb Sitter

JET
Lamb Sitter 2


More Products from Our Farm

Farm Fresh Eggs

The hens have slowed as the cool weather approaches.  We'll have eggs at the Fort Collins Farmers market on Sundays as they are available.   Contact us if you'd like to reserve a dozen.

RAw Wool Fiber

We have completed shearing for the 2017 season.   We are still cleaning out some of our stashed fiber and offering it for sale.  There  are BFL, Wensleydale, Navajo Churro and CVM fleeces as well as Alpaca.  Contact us if you are interested in stash fiber or something from this year's clip.  

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ENGLISH SHEPHERD PUPPIES

We had another gorgeous litter of puppies this summer.  After rearing 47 puppies over the last several years, Tilly has been  retired from motherhood and Lou will be having our next litter this coming spring.   Contact us if you want to learn more or be put on the waiting list for the next litter.