Nebraska family finds success in making goat milk soap
August 18, 2017
LYONS, Neb. (AP) — It is an idyllic place.
Green trees dot the landscape of gently rolling hills. An Australian shepherd puppy named Maverick scampers in tall grass near a barn. Green grass carpets an area around the house.
Inside, Angie and Blake Meyer sit near a tray of soap, lotion and bath fizzies made of goat's milk and talk about the journey that's brought them thus far.
The Meyers and their 4-year-old twin daughters, Adalene and Ainsley, live on a property about 2 miles southeast of Lyons. Angie is a kindergarten-through-12th grade art teacher for Oakland-Craig Public Schools. Blak...