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production Unit Update

                                                Exquisite Luxury Production Unit

Soaps and cosmetics  production unit side view     

Another decent day saw the roof shingles completed
and the 3 windows fitted.

soaps and cosmetics production unit front view


Once the floor is completed and double doors fitted
we can start on fitting out the unit ready for production of our Goat Milk Soaps and Cosmetics 

progress on production Unit

Exquisite Luxury Production Unit
production unit in construction allowing Goat Meat sales more space elsewhere

Two half days on Tuesday and Wednesday saw the timber
   boards and most of the felt shingles fitted to the roof

Log Cabin Production Unit for Goat Milk Soaps and Cosmetics from Exquisite Luxury and leaving more room for Goat Meat in other areas

Hoping to finish roof shingles and fit some widows
and maybe doors on Thursday

        Once up and running this will make our production much more streamlined and allow more time for product development and expanding the range for Exquisite Luxury

This will also give us more time to push sales of Our Healthy Goat Meat. Low Saturated Fat, Low Cholesterol, Low Calories, but High Protein Content

New production Unit

Hi, Despite the poor weather we began building our new  production unit today. This will be used for all our Soap and Cosmetic products which can be found at Exquisite Luxury.....and make things a lot less chaotic in the house

First couple of hours building work on Exquisite Luxury Production Unit

The day started off cool but sunny
with no problems and all going to plan.

Late Lunch ( Goat Meat Chops on the menu ) and all coming together pretty well

........and with the help of a late Lunch
all the main building plus window frames
and roof purlins were up.

Snow stops building work on Soaps and Cosmetics Production Unit. Goat Meat curry tonight to warm up

.........but as usual, nothing goes totally smoothly
.....along came the snow, timed perfectly with the lorry
(bringing a replacement door glazing, which was broke on original delivery) getting stuck. The end for today !
And fingers crossed for tomorrow.

Goat Meat Benefits

Main diet of Goat Meat, Goat Milk and Goat Cheese..........and 116 years oldThe Benefits Of Low Saturated Fat, Low Cholesterol, Low Calorie Goat Meat

'My secret to longevity is a natural diet - potatoes, goat meat and beans': Peruvian woman, 116, emerges claiming to be world's oldest person - and has ID card to prove it

A woman has emerged from a life of poverty in Peru to claim she is the world's oldest person - and has the identity card to prove it.

Filomena Taipe Mendoza - who puts her long life down to sheeps' milk and goat meat - claims to be 116 and has lived a hard life in the Andes which saw her widowed at a tender age with nine young children.

She had never left her tiny village, and her secret was only unearthed when she went to pick up a new type of retirement cheque.

Peru's Ministry of Development produced her identity card which says Mrs Mendoza was born on December 20, 1897.

If true, it makes her two-and-a-half months older than the Japanese woman who currently holds the world record.

Misao Okawa, who was born on March 5, 1898, is the world's oldest person according to Guinness World Records and the California-based Gerontology Research Group.

But its director warned MailOnline Mrs Mendoza's claims are highly unproven - and she could be the latest in a long line of inaccurate claims.

The group has now listed her case as the most recent in its growing number of pretenders to the title which are either not fully proven, exaggerated or fraudulent.

It is likely conduct tests and attempt to contact Mrs Mendoza to verify whether she is really the oldest person in the world.

Mrs Mendoza, who lives in a poverty-stricken village in the remote Huancavelica region, was pictured this week picking up her first cheque as part of a scheme for pensioners in extreme poverty.

According to the ministry, she told one of the officials accompanying her: 'I am not of the past century, young man, but the other one... I am very old.'

She added: 'My secret to longevity is a natural diet: I always ate potatoes, goat meat, sheep milk, goat cheese and beans'

'Everything I cook comes from my garden. I never had canned soft drinks.

'I had a very hard life, I was a very young widow with nine dependent children and I worked hard to raise them. Only three of them are alive.'

Product Range Update

Well, Its been a while since our last posting here, but a lot has happened in that time. We now have a sister site Exquisite Luxury  where we sell all our Goat Milk Soaps and Cosmetics and this is growing in strength day by day. 

     Added to our Exquisite Luxury Range of Soaps we now have Moisturising Lotion, Body Butter, Nourishing Cream, Face Creams, Shampoo and Lip Balm and more. 
                                                                                                                               Our Delicious and Healthy Goat Meat is now being sold under the "Young Farmer George" label and with many repeat customers this is also growing quickly. Goat Meat contains less saturated fat than beef, lamb, pork and chicken, but also has an equal amount of protein so really is a healthy option all round.

We are looking forward to the future and looking after our customers needs.

With our Skin Friendly Range of Goat Milk Products and Healthy Goat Meat on offer, We truly believe we have the ideal products to keep you healthy "Inside and Out".

" NEW KID " on The Block

Walandaw Remus, Goat Meat producing Billy
Above is our Second Billy "Whalandaw Remus" which we bought on 28th July and he has settled in very well along side "Bowland George" and 4 other wethers. He is just over 3 months old and has great shape and is very quiet and friendly too. He is a good size for his age too. We look forward to seeing his offspring next year.

Goat Herd update

Goat Meat wether for sale
Bowland George, our billy, age 27 months
It's been a while since we've had time to write, but here's an update. We now have 23 nannies to breed from this year, with another 19 from Bowland George ( above ) that will be ready to put in kid by  november 2013. So our herd is slowly growing. Meat and soap sales are building up nicely with some of this years wethers ( 12 weeks old )already sold to customers who wish to fatten them for their own use. Our Goat meat Chops and Burgers are popular and with an ever expanding range of Goat Milk soaps more people are finding out we are here. Most Boers are born with brown heads and white bodies, but because some of our nannies are Anglo Nubians we now have several nanny kids to breed off next year which have black heads and a white body, so it will be interesting to see what colour kids they produce, although the boer percentage will be higher so they should be closer to normal boer markings.

Expanding range of Goat Milk Soaps

We now have available extra Goat Milk Soaps. We have Oatmeal, Honey, Coconut Oil and Olive oil. All these Soaps contain Goat Milk too and offer more relief to a wider range of skin problems. Some offer Antibacterial and Antioxidant qualities, while others have Vitamin E.
Many have water attraction capabilities too which prevents skin from drying out, which also leads to less wrinkles and helps slow aging.
Goat Milk and Oatmeal Soap
With all the Natural ingredients in these soaps they are much kinder and softer to your skin and will help rejuvenate and nourish your skin too.

Goat Milk Soap

There are quite a few Benefits of using Handmade Goats Milk Soaps Firstly Goats Milk has the same Ph value as our skin and therefore does not dry out skin the same as most commercially produced soaps.
 While not being a cure for any of the following, it is a great help for people who suffer from Eczema, Acne, Psoriasis and Dry Skin, mainly because most of the ingredients are natural and this prevents skin irritation which helps reduce a lot of the itching and discomfort associated with the above problems.
Soft and Gentle Goat Milk Soap
It also helps to Nourish and Rejuvenate your skin and has far less additives than most shop bought soaps.

" Cooking Goat Meat "

The biggest problem most people seem to have with  Goat Meat  is how to cook it. The simple answer is very much the same as Lamb, but just cook it Slower and for Longer, as Goat Meat does not contain as much Fat as other meats and therefore needs to be cooked slightly differently.
In all Goat Meat contains less Saturated Fat, Fat, Cholesterol and Calories than Chicken, Lamb, Beef and Pork, but still retains an equal amount of Protein.
Goat meat is truly a very Healthy Meat. As for taste young Goat Meat tastes very similar to Chicken, at approx 8 -24 month like Lamb and older Culled Nannies taste more like strong Beef.
Whether you personally like it or not is a matter for your own taste buds, but it is definitely worth a try and there are plenty of Fabulous Recipes around to make it an enjoyable experience too !

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