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FAQ

Thank you for visiting our website! We hope this page will help answer any questions you might have  about our farm and farming practices.  Please feel free to email us at buttheadsoap@gmail.com if you have more questions. 

Q: Are you open to the public?

A: Our farm is not open to the public, though we used to be. However, it got to be too busy for us to remain open, with caring for more than 100 animals,  traveling to markets, and most importantly,  family time.

Q: Do you make everything you sell?

A: There isn't an ounce of anything we sell that doesn't come from our small farm. We milk our own goats, gather eggs from our free range flocks, grow our own fruits, veggies, and herbs, make our own cheese and special soaps, etc.

Q: Are you certified organic?

A: We are better than organic, we are completely chemical-free. Here's a fact that isn't very well known, USDA Certified Organic farms have permission to use herbicides and pesticides from a list of over 50 different "natural " substances.  Read more about that here http://letsgrowtogether.ws/myth-busting-on-pesticides/

Q: What do you feed the goats?

A: Our goats main diet consists of alfalfa.  They are allowed to free feed on it all day long. Just as a goat would do in nature, they also forage on whatever grows here in the woods, drink fresh clean water all day from a spring, and live a stress free life to produce high quality milk.

Q: Where can I purchase your products?

A: You can purchase some of our products on our website and you can also find us at 3 Farmers markets weekly, where we sell all of our farm goods.

Q: Why do your dairy products say "for animal consumption only"?

A: In the state of Florida, it is illegal sell raw/unpasteurized milk or milk products labeled for humans. We only make and sell raw milk, and raw milk cheeses that are unprocessed and left in their natural state, therefore they must be labeled accordingly with the law. We hold a state issued FEED MASTERS LICENSE and always maintain good manufacturing practices.