Goat milk soaps, lotions make Valentine’s gifts

Kris West helps feed a 10-day old buckling named Wesson, owned by Jessica Sagdahl. Climbing on West is Sagdahl’s 11-day old doeling named Bayonett, born a week premature. Bayonett was feeling pretty spunky after drinking 6 ounces goat milk in less time than Wesson was able to get down 3 ounces.

Photo by Katie Teachout
Kris West helps feed a 10-day old buckling named Wesson, owned by Jessica Sagdahl. Climbing on West is Sagdahl’s 11-day old doeling named Bayonett, born a week premature. Bayonett was feeling pretty spunky after drinking 6 ounces goat milk in less time than Wesson was able to get down 3 ounces.



TONASKET — Visitors to the West Family Homestead’s open house Saturday were treated to exotic scents, creative workshops and a little bit of play time with young goats.

Owner Kris West lead workshops on making bath bombs with basic ingredients including baking soda, epsom salts, coconut oil and fragrances...

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