Our Farm Store

It all began with a dream.....
A dream of living in an old farmhouse, growing & raising much of what we ate, and making things from scratch.  Learning to can and preserve our homegrown harvest and chasing around after a flock of chickens with attitudes was what we longed for.  Homemade bread, warm winter fires, a garden full of goodies, goats, chickens, bees.....all in the dream.

What we hadn't realized, was that some of the made-from-scratch products would become a passion for us.  In 2013 we realized our passion for making natural, high-quality soap & skincare, and Cobble Hill Farm Apothecary was founded.   We made the decision to open our Apothecary after having shared our products for years with family & friends and getting great feedback.  What started as a small, online store,  quickly became a thriving full-time business.

We are a small-batch, farm-fresh soap & skincare company handcrafting our artisanal products at the foothills of the Adirondacks in Upstate NY.  Our products are 100% handmade from start to finish.  They are never {Ever!} tested on animals and are made up of many natural ingredients including locally sourced honey, beeswax and raw goat milk in addition to herbs and botanicals grown right here on our small farm.  We know that when you use our products your skin will feel healthy and more moisturized.  Our goal is to provide our customers with a safe and affordable alternative to the harmful chemicals used in most skincare and body products.  We have strived to develop products that are of high-quality and safe for the whole family to use. 

That is our commitment to you.
If you are interested in checking out our farm-fresh soap and skincare, please follow the link below:
Cobble Hill Farm Apothecary 
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Coop Girl Betty - our homemade soap lovin' chicken!

1 comment

Julie Manso said...

Hi! I'm glad I stumbled on your blog, my partner and I are buying a farmhouse with 1.5 acres and I'm hoping to work towards a homestead very much like what you describe of yours. I look forward to reading more of your blog and learning about specific homesteading tricks!