About Steele Family Farm:
We are a small hobby farm located near Washington, Oklahoma. We have four growing boys and we started our venture in 2008 when we purchased our vacant land. It has been a fun and challenging journey so far. We built our home, a red and white barn style house, which we designed and built ourselves with the help of family and friends. From that point on it has all been about the animals. Secure fencing, chicken coops, a corral and a shop building have been projects that had to be done to get our little farm running. Besides our dairy goats who provide the milk for our soaps we also raise Dexter cattle for beef, pigs for delicious pork, a variety of chickens for eggs, and we have also raised Jumbo Cornish chickens for meat. There are a few Great Pyrenees dogs roaming our pasture protecting the goats and cows, the coyotes are thick as thieves out here! There is always the occasional hand full of ducks, geese or peacocks that provide entertainment. A few cats to keep the mice at bay and our faithful black lab, Bella, who pretends to watch over the home. Bella is so friendly and loves children and waits for visitors to play a game of fetch! We also have Roo, a little half Italian Greyhound, half Chihuahua who serves as great foster mommy to the puppies and dogs who are waiting for a new home that Angie helps foster through the Bella Foundation.
When we first started we weren’t sure exactly what our niche was going to be. Ultimately we decided to start our handmade goat milk soap business. It’s fun, lets us be creative and best of all it makes people happy to use our products.