Weber Farms is a small family farm nestled in the foothills of Northern Kentucky which produces skin care products, eggs, honey, fruit, vegetables, herbs and more.
When a family member had an adverse reaction to preservatives, colors and additives in foods, the family decided to grow their own food in order to eliminate the chemicals. They began growing all their own produce, fruits, herbs and spices, raising dairy goats, and getting untainted honey and beeswax from their own bees. There are no pesticides or chemical fertilizers on the farm, nor are there hormones, antibiotics or additives in anything they grow or make. They don’t use genetically modified seed – only heirloom and organic seeds.
Fifteen years ago they began making soap with milk from their Toggenburg dairy goats and they now have an expanded line of goat milk soaps and lotions, and beeswax/honey products. All their products are gathered and made on the farm by hand.
The Weber family teaches classes at libraries and at the farm – to spread the word and share the health benefits of fresh, local products and food.
Soaps and lotions by Weber Farms can be found at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, Berea, KY.