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Goat Milk Stuff

September 08, 2015 08:00 ET

Jonas 10 Achieve American Dream Making Goat Milk Stuff Natural Soaps & Lotions

PJ & Jim Jonas Teach Their 8 Children About Business on Family Farm

CLEVELAND, OH--(Marketwired - Sep 8, 2015) - The Jonas 10 are achieving the American Dream on their family farm, working together to build a thriving natural soap and lotion company,, reported Cleveland's WOIO-TV 19 Action News. During the past difficult years for the economy, the Jonas family beat the odds and managed to grow what began as a hobby into a thriving business with customers around the USA and world.

Online at, the Scottsburg, Indiana-based company makes a range of goat milk soaps, lotions, bath products, laundry soap, Gift Packs, and recently introduced its first food product, Caramel Candy.

Tiffani Tucker, reporter and anchor, interviewed the family and noted its Goat Milk Stuff business grew as people learned of the family's wonderful products as Oprah Magazine featured them and TV programs such as The Today Show, The Doctors and many more reported about how during the past several years the family beat the odds to build a strong company during tough economic times.

PJ, the Mom of 8 who was elected's Leading Mom in Business, explained how it all began. "We had two dairy goats to drink the milk, which I knew was really good not just to drink, but also for your skin, so I used it to make our soaps." The Jonases now has scores of goats and market soap and lotion worldwide.

Each of the 8 children, ages 8 to 18, is homeschooled and contributes to the family success in age-appropriate ways from milking goats to helping in the office. Dad Jim said, "The children learn so much about life by actually participating in the business, such as math and social skills when they are helping customers."

The two youngest children, Indigo, 9, and Jade, 8, help customers at the Goat Milk Stuff retail store on the family farm. Discussing skin care benefits of Goat Milk Stuff soap, Indigo told 19ActionNews, "Every soap is made with liquid and most people use water, but we use goat milk because it is adds the cream, fats and protein that makes it really moisturizing for your skin."

WOIO-TV news anchor Tucker said, "The family-run Goat Milk Stuff business brings people products straight from the farm and has turned into a financial success as the Jonases say they are living the American Dream."

Based in Scottsburg, Indiana, the Jonas family business maintains an active social media presence with a growing following at, and at Online at, the company makes and markets all-natural Goat Milk Stuff™ products including goat milk soaps, lip balms, lotions, bath bombs, laundry soap, soy candles and most recently, Caramel Candy. Media contact Brian Dobson at BD (at) 

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