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I am excited to release our newest product, Annie’s Goat Milk Hand Cream.

How do I describe our new product?  Rich, nurturing, very much like applying a soothing and protective glove over the hands.

We started testing this cream in the middle of winter.  I especially fell in love with it as a late night treatment to help my weather-beaten hands.  I work outdoors a lot, especially during kidding season on the farm, with my hands in water, and in detergents.  This cream became a valuable part of  my nightly skin and nail care routine.

I will admit, Annie’s Goat Milk Hand Cream isn’t the average thick lotion you might carry at all times in your purse or pocket, not with it including rich macadamia nut oil, raw shea butter, and goat milk.  I consider it a spa treatment.  Our hands and nails all appreciate that type of special care!

Annie’s Goat Hill Handcrafted Soaps – where you can Feel and Smell the Goodness!

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No, I cannot stake a claim to organic milk.  I cannot say the farmer’s field that contained the corn, or other grains in my feed, was never sprayed with anything other than natural fertilizer.

What I can tell you is this, my hay is raised by a local Mennonite neighbor that does use natural fertilizer.  The fertilizer comes from our local dairy barns, including mine.  There are no chemicals used on any of the dairy farms.

The feed that I use is a recipe that I developed.  It is mixed at a local mill, and the grain comes from local farms.  I know of no farms that use artificial pesticides or fertilizers in this area.  My farm is never sprayed with pesticides.

My dairy animals are not given growth hormones, nor do they receive antibiotics or chemical wormers while they are in milk.

I believe that is about as close to organic standards as you can get without the USDA stamp of organic.

Thank you for your questions, I hope to cover more here, to share with others!

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