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                                  What's New at Li'l Sis Goat Milk Soap?


We are very proud to announce that Gullringstorp has become a Gene Bank for one of Sweden’s critically endangered Heritage breeds of goat, the Lappgetter. These goats are being saved by living in Gene Banks throughout Sweden. There are just a bit more than 300 in the entire country.


Lappget are the goats owned by Sweden’s indigenous people, the Sami. They are from the Northern part of Sweden. This is a very hardy breed and have adapted well to the harsh cold Swedish winters. When the Sami traveled from mountains to the forest lands, the lappgetter (Lapp Goat) traveled with them and had no difficulty handeling the long distances over difficult terrain.  Even their babies, just hours old can happily frolic in the winter snow. Lappgetter produced more milk for the nomadic Sami than their reindeer, which they have herderd for centuries.










These beautiful goats come in a variety of colors with White being the most common. You can find them in solid Black, Brown, Spotted or solid White.


From a Sampi website:

"The termination of the Sami goat farming was part of the extensive social changes that took off in postwar Sweden. It was connected with the building of the welfare state and the monetary economy and the growth which led to the younger began to leave farms against wage jobs and thus secure income. This led to many farms and hence attendant to the goats disappeared." 


It makes me very happy to be able to be a part of this important conservation work as a Gene Bank. Not only do we get to do our part, but we get to enjoy these delightful goats. An added bonus is that I  can use their milk in all my Li’l Sis Eco-Friendly Goat Milk Soap.


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