About Windrift Hill Goat Milk Soaps, in Conrad, Montana
Dick and Deena Maier, along with their daughter and two sons run this family business in Conrad Montana. Deena is convinced that this family workforce is a perfect blend, just like their soaps and other products.
Deena Maier, who was an occupational therapist, saw people struggling with skin problems that medications didn’t seem to help. She did some research and discovered that goat’s milk was considered a great natural therapy and began making goat’s milk soap in her kitchen.
Each of the Maier’s Nubian goats is hand milked two times daily to insure high quality milk for Windrift Hill products. Deena’s husband, Dick, says the high butterfat content helps moisturize the skin better than just about anything else. Goat’s milk helps them to create an amazing line of natural skin care products.
Windrift Hill, named after the windy hill where the Maiers live, makes 45 different types of soaps, 21 scented lotions, and 13 scented body butters. They use natural clay oxides, herbs, oils, and of course, pure, farm fresh goat’s milk.
Windrift Hill products are proudly made in Montana.