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David and Lillian have been married since 1988. Now parents of eight children with six grandchildren, they are living out their dream of owning a sustainable farm and watching the next generation live, work, and play on it. In addition to setting a loving and godly example, they are also actively involved in fostering children and giving back to the community.
Oldest sibling Mical followed closely in our dad’s footsteps and credits him with everything he knows how to do. Mical and Crystal along with their fur babies, Xena and Titan, have settled in Maine and are looking to start their own family farm.
From her 8th birthday when our dad fulfilled her wish of a real Shetland pony named Lady, Jaky has been devoted to farming. Derek and Jaklyn along with Daisy, Dawson, and Tucker are expanding their farm with goats, pigs, chickens, and a cow named Betsy. Jaky is 1/3 of the amazing, talented trio at Rachyl's Goat Milk Soap.
Jekub is the third oldest and enjoys the outdoors, hiking, and camping. Although, he no longer lives on the farm, he still is always there to help with any farm projects.
Kelub also joined the construction business. He enjoys playing the guitar and spending time with his wife, Leesa, and children Ava, Ellie, and Jett. Their farm consists of chickens and a rabbit.
Noah is pursuing his CDL so he can travel the country to deliver soaps as well as being the brains behind several of our soaps, such as the odor-busting Fisherman’s Bar.
Rachyl is the goat girl who started it all and the teenaged owner of Rachyl’s Goat Milk Soap. Currently a sophomore in college and majoring in Business along with working daily in the soap studio.
Currently homeschooled, Izek has an interest in IT. He enjoys playing video games when he’s not doing chores on the farm.
Meysha may be the youngest but she is already following quickly behind sisters Jaky and Rachyl with entrepreneur plans of her own. Perhaps best known for her striking red hair and sassy personality, Meysha can be found on the farm or in the soap studio.