When Elizabeth purchased the property in Fern Forest back in 2009, she filed for a business licence under the name, Fieldhouse Farm. Fieldhouse was the middle name of Elizabeth's father. It is also a term used to describe testing something out in the field. The farm has been coming together organically, and the goats showed up in 2019, quite unexpectedly. The learning curve is quite steep, but the adventures are well worth the effort and all fit nicely into the puzzle of life.
About the Goat-Milk Soap
Luxurious and super lathering hand-crafted goat-milk soap made with milk from my goat farm. Each bar is hand-wrapped and charged with Reiki. The ingredients are all-natural, and the palm oil used is organic and sustainable. All the goats at my farm are dame-raised, meaning I do not separate the babies from the mama, and the kids stay with the mother until they wean. My path to becoming a soap maker started in my yoga class. I teach yoga, and one of my students was giving away two goats and asked if I would like them. After my answer yes, I began my journey with goats and goat-milk. I am also a massage therapist, and I make the salves I use in a session. I always charge my products with Reiki, and I thought doing this with the goat-milk soap would also combine nicely to activate the healing energy of the land here in the Hawaiian rainforest where the goats graze. There is a lot of love poured into each circular bar. I hope you enjoy it!