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Meet Chickenmash Farm


Owner, Kim Mash

Originally from Columbus, Kim Mash moved to Grove City and then Williamsport with her husband, all in order to create a line of organic body products.  “At Chickenmash Farm we offer natural goat milk soap made with non-GMO oils and pure goats milk, creams, lotions, body sprays, lip balm, face serums, herbal salve and soy wax candles” explains Mash.


Some of Mash’s personal favorites include a Pink Sugar Body Spray which is sweet and has fragrances of cotton candy, vanilla, and caramel.  She also loves the Lemongrass Lip Balm, which Mash says is “made with pure lemongrass essential oil and has a smooth, silky feel made from pure butters, oils and beeswax.”


Mash and her husband didn’t always plan on creating a successful (and extensive) body product line. They started their farm with a few chickens that they used to get fresh eggs, but they soon found out how much they loved farm fresh product.  They then acquired a goat for fresh goat milk and began using the leftover goat milk to make their own soap.


“We started Chickenmash Farm with a vision to have a healthy life.  We wanted to produce our own organic food and body products. It was that desire that inspired us to create our own body care products made with natural ingredients healthy for your body.”


insightly new year chic publicationUsing high quality, all natural ingredients is important to Chickenmash Farm. Mash explains, “we constantly try to learn about health and what’s healthy for your skin.”  They even make sure  the milk used in the soaps comes from goats that are fed a high quality diet with non-GMO grains. On the farm, the goats are fed homemade herbal tonics to maintain their health and to help produce the best milk for their body care products.


Chickenmash Farm is not just on the rise in Columbus. Later this year, they’ll be attending the Country Living Fair just outside Nashville, TN.  The fair is a new event from Country Living Magazine, Chickenmash Farm is so excited to be a part of it.  They attend the magazine’s show in Columbus every September.  And on March 28, Chickenmash Farm will be at the Made Local Marketplace in Powell.  The farm is planning on attending more shows throughout the year, so stay tuned to find out where they’ll be.
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