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Date:10/22/2014 8:09:45 PM
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Firefly Creek Soap
I have several batches of soap made from our Nigerian Goats. My soaps are made using extra-virgin coconut and olive oils and unrefined and organic oils. Our goats are raised on organic dairy mix rations which include; oats, barley, rye, red clover, crimped corn, soy meal and loose minerals, pasture and alfalfa. They have made some wonderful milk which is triple filtered on the spot and inside a glass jar lined with a freezer bag and surrounded by an ice bath. I have pure unscented and uncolored goat milk soaps and honey with colloidal oatmeal. I also have made two varieties of shave soap, Pure Castille Soap, Glycerin Tea Tree Soap, A shampoo/body bar, hand milled milky goat soap with cornflower petals. A Rhassoul Clay soap. I'm planning on making some soap incorporated with my Cornflower infusion, Red Clover infusion, Rose infusion and Honeysuckle infusion from the various farm flowers I have grown organically. In addition to these I have all natural honey-beeswax lip balms and bath bombs with rose oil and rose petals that are dried without chemicals. We are planning to take these items to the Farmer's Market in Van Buren, Missouri on July 6th and at the Farmer's Market in Poplar Bluff, MO
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