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        Anderson Family Farm

        Anderson Family Farm, by God’s Pure Grace, creates artisan goat milk body care products on our beautiful farm in central Washington.

        Happy February!

        Happy February!

        LOVE is in the air; please consider Anderson Family Farm goat milk body care products for your sweetheart this Valentine's Day! Use the coupon code SWEET" to get 10% off your orders of $50.00 or more, through Valentine's Day.

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        From the journal

        • December 02, 2016 The Milk Clock
          The Milk Clock

          Originally Posted on May 19, 2015 - Our goat's favorite!

          The hills all around stand in generous folds of white. Clouds hover and boil in the west. Wild and reckless, they spill over into my sky, surrendering their rain or snow in sudden bursts...

        • December 02, 2016 Becoming One, part 1
          Becoming One, part 1

          Originally Posted on January 4, 2015 - One of our most popular posts!

          Genesis 2:24 Therefore a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and they shall become one flesh.

        • December 02, 2016 GF Pastry Cream Tarts
          GF Pastry Cream Tarts

          Originally Posted on May 5, 2014 - One of our favorite posts!

          Pastry cream is delightfully simple and delicious. It’s like the French version of homemade vanilla pudding. When I make it, Mary wants to just eat it plain...

        • December 02, 2016 Chicks on the Farm
          Chicks on the Farm

          Originally Posted on June 20, 2011 - Our very first journal entry!

          When you think of fluffy, yellow chicks, you usually think of them in a pile of straw in an old barn. But things are not always the way you think they would be...