Interested in taking home a goat from Blue Tin Farm? Check out our herd!

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  • Thu, Jun 25
    Boothbay Common
    Jun 25, 2020, 9:00 AM – Oct 01, 2020, 1:00 PM
    Boothbay Common, Boothbay, ME, USA
    Find us on the Boothbay Common every Thursday from 9am-12pm spring - fall for farm raised pork, goat milk soaps, lotions and more!
  • Wed, Jun 10
    9 Water St
    Jun 10, 2020, 3:00 PM – Sep 30, 2020, 6:00 PM
    9 Water St, 9 Water St, Wiscasset, ME 04578, USA
    Come see us at the Wiscasset Farmer's Market, on the waterfront, every Wednesday, 3:00pm-6:00pm for farm raised pork and goat milk soaps and lotions.

Our Standards

Our Process

We follow the highest standards in the making of all of our products. Our soap and lotions begin with the goat milk we collect from our own herd here on the farm. The milk is blended with essential oils and botanicals like lavender and blueberry seeds to make an all natural product without detergents or chemicals. All of our products are all made by hand in small batches and are paraben and formaldehyde free.

Our Animals

Our animals are some of the happiest on earth because not only do they receive tons of love and attention, they get to roam free and live in open wooded land where they can run, jump, play, and discover what's hiding under the tree stumps. They snack on things like grass, acorns, and bugs in addition to the organic grain we feed them daily - which makes for a very healthy diet.

Environmental impact

Blue Tin Farm is aware of the carbon footprint that we leave behind and the impact waste has on our environment. We do the best we can to reduce waste produced by the farm. Actually, most of our waste from the farm is added to our two composting piles from which we feed our gardens in the summer. We rotate our animals to effectively turn over the land in order for new growth to come through. This provides more fresh grass for the animals to graze on without the use of harsh pesticides and chemicals.