Emma Wilder Farm

Emma Wilder Farm is located on Louie Bullock Rd in Seminary, Mississippi! It’s owned and operated by us (Barry and Kimberly Broome). We raise Nubian milk goats and keep a honey bee apiary on our farm where we bottle raw honey and harvest beeswax. To shop our Mississippi handmade soap products click here. We are proud members of the Mississippi Dept. of Agriculture’s Genuine MS program.

Genuine MS goat milk soap

You may see some items are sold out, but rest assured they are in production. Goat milk soap is cold processed and has to cure at least four weeks. We try to stay ahead of the demand for these all natural soap bars but do sell out on occasion. So check back often if we are out something you like, and feel free to ask when a product may become available. To sign up for our monthly soap subscription click here.

Mississippi Goat Milk Soap

We produce all natural Mississippi goat milk soap, free from harsh chemicals and additives. We are a palm oil free facility. Our soaps are handmade from our own goats milk, natural oils, lye, and essential oils; our Oats & Honey soap bars contain honey harvested from our own bees. We don’t cut corners, water down our milk, or thin the essential oils in your soap. For our scented soap bars we only use 100% essential oils and other natural ingredients. For example, our Pumpkin Spice Soap contains real pumpkin puree. We make wholesome eco-friendly products, using the healthiest ingredients available. Your skin will thank you!

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or call us at 601-255-3746



  • Fall 2022 update
    September 2022 is finally here and that means things are about to get extra busy for us. From now through Christmas we will be working hard to fill online orders and attending local festivals. This past Saturday we were vendors at the Laurel Mercantile Mississippi Made event. There was a great crowd from all over…
  • Post holiday soap making
    The 2021 holiday season has passed and most of our goat milk soap inventory was depleted. In fact, pretty much all categories of our products were wiped out. Kim decided to make a Spiced Orange soap bar for the Christmas season and I was surprised at how many people liked that one. For the past…
  • Wild And Windy Gingham Tree 2021
    Yesterday was the Gingham Tree Arts & Crafts Festival in Lucedale, MS. The event was held at the George County Fairgrounds. I found myself wishing that Verizon had a tower closer because by 10 am I was no longer able to process credit cards. Luckily my father in law was on site and I was…