Check out this recent podcast interview with the owner, Julie David
Mark, my husband and co-owner of Harmony Lane Farm, and myself have been married for over 37 years, we have always been in business together, but in concrete construction. After moving to Tennessee in 2010 our dream of owning a farm and working the land came true. Our passion for goats led us down the dairy goat path and now we have become a Grade A Dairy with a store front, and a goat nursery open to the public. Our love for the outdoors, growing our own vegetables, the goat girls, wildlife and nature is our passion and driving force. Our goats are fed a Verified Non-GMO feed so you can be assured the quality of our cheese is like no other. Our children are grown and we have three grandsons and one grand daughter, we plan on raising them with a good understanding and respect of the land, dairy goats and where your food comes from.
Our sixty-four acres at Harmony Lane are home to 2 beautiful fully stocked ponds with 6 different species of fish. Deer visit every day and Canadian geese and Redhead ducks (among other species) call it home. Two guardian dogs, one ScarletMacaw and one Double headed amazon, along with many chickens that call this home. Many of the ingredients in our soap come right from our farm – goat's milk from our goats, herbs from our herb garden, and more! Truly local ingredients means a low carbon footprint. It’s nice to know what you are putting on (in) your body; after all… your skin is the largest organ you have. My goat girls produce the finest milk, making my soaps ultra creamy and full of vitamins and minerals.
Join us in supporting the local farmer and offering goodness from our home to yours! Our goat’s milk soap and cheese, and meats will make you feel confident that you are choosing locally produced, American handmade products.