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The farm was deeded in 1900 by the Pittman Family and later the Wiggs Family. According to the Johnston county historians, the land was originally used by native Americans as the work camp where they would prepare animal pelts, make hunting tools such as arrowheads, prepare corn and weave blankets. The native tribe was called the “Tuscarora Indians” We have found several arrowheads on the property to confirm.
In 2006, we started homesteading our farm and decided we needed to make a little extra cash to offset some goat expenses. We had already been raising the goats as a hobby and for their milk for cheeses, so we felt like the soaps would help with feed and cover the health care expenses for our herd
We love our soaps and we do our very best to make our soaps as “honest” and pure as we can. We raise the goats for the milk and the Honey Bees for the real honey that goes into each bar.
We use the simplest of ingredients and oils and cold process our soaps. What this means is rather than heating the soaps for faster curing, we allow our soaps to cure over time! This gives you a soap that will not melt away in the bath or shower, and lets you enjoy the goodness even longer!
My boyfriend and I have been trying your different soaps from the Clayton Farmer’s Market and we love them! Lemongrass is our favorite by far, 2nd is Sugar Pine(more christmasy than White Birch), and 3rd is Eucalyptus something (great for clearing the sinuses). I have rosacea and eczema and my skin normally can’t tolerate soap, but my skin likes your soap! I even used it on my face when I got whacked by some falling poison ivy. Also, I don’t know what every ingredient is or how they all work but I think the Lemongrass works as a skin brightener/lightener, I’ve noticed certain AHEM areas seem lighter and have more even tone, I’m thrilled at this extra benefit. Thank you so much for the awesome soaps, I can’t wait to try the shampoo soap and the famous lotion.
Phoebe and Chris
Clayton gem! I am in love with their soaps and lotions! The smells are not like any others, they are super natural. They aren’t too strong but enough to be delighted! Super organic and great for my skin. Every time I go I always stock up lol literally lol. I’m not much of a spender but with Lisa’s soaps I’m always willing to pay whatever lol. Lisa and her husband are great people and super kind every time I visit! JUST AMAZING! I recommend! 100%
I finally got to try Hank E. Pinky goat milk soaps and it did not disappoint! I tend to have dry skin and this soap is incredibly moisturizing. I love that it’s made from natural ingredients, it’s locally handmade, and helps us to cut down on our use of plastic. Willow and Shea Lavender Flower are two of my favorite scents, so far. It also makes my bathroom smell amazing. I can’t wait to try the lotion and more soap scents!!
Love the soaps and lotions! The smell is amazing! I will definitely be buying more! Thank you for you help. My granddaughter said the lotion made her exzema feel better.
I swear by this soap! My husband will use nothing but the fig and ginger. I personally love the eucalyptus mint but haven’t found one I’ve not been pleased with. No residue, just soft, hydrated skin. And don’t get me started on how amazing their cheese is! Ken and Lisa are awesome!
Hank E Panky Farm
117 S Raiford St.
Selma NC 27576