We are located on a 200 year old dairy farm that is on the registry of National Historical Places. It was built by Ichabod Bradley in 1813. The farm has been lovingly restored and is open by appointment for private events, and classes.
We are located just outside of Hartford, at the foot of Bradley Mountain and adjacent to Crescent Lake in Southington, CT.
We offer a delightful assortment of soap attractively packaged for men, women, and children! We offer shampoo bars, hand soaps, or you can buy an entire loaf at a reduced cost.
Thanks to Ally Genovese and her news crew for coming out to see what it is like to make soap on the farm. Ally is an official Southington "townie" and was Mrs Connecticut when she came out to visit us. She is now the Founder, President & CEO at Ally G's Everyday Angels Foundation
Thanks to the Record Journal who came out to see our farm. They took a great video of our herd!
Thanks to the Record Journal for coming to see us on Goats N' Goblins Day! The story was on the front page of USA Today, and also made the papers in Maine, Georgia, and even India!
Thanks to Miceli Productions who came out and made a great video about the Southington Farmers Market. Karen Perry from our farm is interviewed.