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Eichers Hobby Farm: Realize the Amazing Benefits of Goat Milk through All-Natural Skincare Products

Let us, at Eichers Hobby Farm, help you realize the amazing nourishing properties of goat milk through our handmade all-natural skincare products. From our anti-aging and wrinkle creams, scented face and body creams including the scents of vanilla, orange, and black licorice, to unscented soaps, we aim to share the healing benefits of goat milk as a skincare ingredient.

All our skincare products are all-natural and handmade purely from goat milk and sourced from our own goat farm. We initially started out as a hobby farm but eventually, we realized the need to share the nourishing properties of goat milk. We now have a collection of scented face and body creams which include vanilla, orange, black licorice, cedarwood, and many more. We handcraft our face and body creams and soaps using the traditional soap-making process. Rest assured also no preservatives are added to all our skincare products.

Experience now the skin healing and anti-aging properties of goat milk with our handmade all-natural skincare products. You may choose from our line of vanilla, orange, black licorice, cedarwood, and many other scented soaps. Order now through our website. You may even score special discounts.

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Raw Goat Milk Formula by Organic Thrifty

Raw Goat Milk Formula  by Organic Thrifty36 ounces: 2 cups raw goat milk (Why raw? Raw milk provides numerous enzymes, and allows the proteins to stay in tact while pastuerization renders them denatured. While raw milk will give optimal nutrition, it is my opinion that pastuerized and even powdered goats milk may be perferable, in some cases, to cow's milk for children with extreme sensitivities.)2 cups filtered water (As the child grow, you should adjust this water-to-goat milk ratio by increasing the amount of goat milk and decreasing the amount of water. This can begin gradually at about 9 months. If stools become more difficult for the child to pass, then increase the amount of water and try again in another month).1/4 cup...

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