Farm Fresh Flowers, Quality Nigerian Dwarf Goats, and Handmade Artisan Goat Milk Soap produced right here in the heart of the Alberta Prairies
Welcome to 805 Farms!
No matter what we’re growing on our fourth-generation farm, we do it with utmost care and attention. From top-quality breeds, unique varieties, and exquisite blooms, our products are hand-picked, nurtured and cultivated with love.
Im Tara, a farmer’s wife who has created her own little farm business, making soap and running a herd of registered dairy goats. I manage things alongside my husband who is a fourth-generation grain farmer. I am also a busy mom of 3 who loves to share my passion for gardening and growing beautiful blooms.
My husband and his family have been farming our land for the last 100 years! When I moved to the farm, I really had to adjust my lifestyle. I’ve come to value and appreciate farm life and the land we have to work with so in early 2019 I started with a small herd of dairy goats and quickly became very passionate about the breed! Our Nigerian Dwarfs are bred for high quality and milk production so others can purchase a productive animal for their farm, providing lots of milk for their own families.
As soon as we purchased our first goats, I knew I wanted to make soap with the fresh milk we were collecting, so after lots of reading and tons of trial and error, and a little help from a dear friend, I taught myself how to make a beautiful all-natural bar that I was happy to provide my own family with. I really enjoy the creative outlet that soap making is and I now make soap bars for more than just my family!
My next adventure is growing a big beautiful cut flower garden. Flower gardening and floral arrangements bring such joy to my life! In 2022 I plan to have some farm fresh cut blooms and bouquets available.
Shop the Fall Collection
Smell the scent of Autumn with two of our limited edition goat milk soaps; Harvest & Sunflower Sandalwood.
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