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She estimates that her biggest sellers are the soaps, natural deodorants and shampoo bars. The deodorant, for example, doesn’t use aluminum or baking soda, she said. She also makes CBD salves using herbs that she grows on the property.

She originally started her business as Monsini Farm after her family’s name, she said, and had named the individual soaps after farmers, such as one named the “Southern Farmer” and the patchouli soap, named the “Hippie Farmer” soap.

When she’s not selling her products at area farmers markets, Monsini sells them at the white farmstand in front of her house and online on her website (thehippiefarmer.com) as well. Products run at about $5-6 for soap, $12 for beard balms, $20-25 for beard and facial oils, $15 for conditioner and $5-8 for lip balm, among other products. She also offers products for young children, such as “monster spray” at $12 and baby salve for “bums, folds and rolls” for $20, as well as $10 shampoo bars for dogs.

There was also a demand from customers to make a soap that smelled like Christmas trees, she said – thus “Christmas Tree,” containing essential oils, pine, fir and lavender, was created.

Though Jennifer Monsini started out as Monsini Farm when she first began selling goat milk products five years, she’s become “The Hippie Farmer” through her organic, homemade products made using goat milk from her goats and other natural products, along with compostable packaging.

Our favorite goat Special gave birth to THREE baby GIRLS!! We probably should play the lottery. And Delta gave birth the next day to a bouncing baby BOY!!

Follow us on Instagram and Facebook to see our 2021 babies be born these next couple months. next up are our last two girls who are Kinders. They are due in July!

And always, THANK YOU for helping support our little family farm.

Please note that we do not carry products in the Farm Stand at this time. (But we have big plans in the works for this Summer 2021). So order online for Pick Up in the Stand or Ship to anywhere!!