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In the Jemez Mountains of Northern New Mexico, where the ancient Tewa once dwelled, sits our homestead: Second Bloom Farm.

We raise milk and show a herd of Nigerian dairy goats and a few Nubians. The goats provide delicious raw milk to drink and make wonderful soap.

Nigerians are a small dairy breed originating from Africa. They are very hardy and personable. Their butterfat runs around 8%, the highest of all the dairy goats. Because of the high cream content, our soap is extremely rich and nourishing for the skin and hair. We are the original Goat Milk soap makers in New Mexico and pride ourselves on our superior product which has been around since 1990.

In 2006 we purchased a 300 ltr copper still and now distill lavender, mint and other herbaceous local plants. From distillation essential oil and hydrosol are created. These concentrates are added to bar soap, liquid soap, lotion and balms.

Over the years we have improved our Dairy herd by bringing in sires from Lost Valley, Prairie Wood and Old Mountain Farm. We were the first in the state to earn a Nigerian (Dairy Star) for Seldom Herd Hershey and continue to breed exceptional dairy animals.

Second Bloom Farm is family owned and run. We strive for harmony and quality in our lives and business. We will remain local and sustainable. Our animals are humanly cared for and retired girls live out their days in the "retirement" pen.


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