Mt. Capra is Pesticide-Free

Mt. Capra is pesticide-free! We make that statement proudly. In 1962 a woman by the name of Rachel Carson published a book called “Silent Spring.” It was a game-changer for society. Thus began the environmental revolution. “We still talk in terms of conquest. We still haven’t become mature enough to think of ourselves as only […]

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A Lesson from the Past About Product Quality

Take a trip back in time with us, back two-hundred, three-hundred years ago, back when this country was just getting its legs under it, back when most people lived in small villages and towns sprinkled along the eastern seaboard . . . Back then a village was comprised of the residents, of course, but also […]

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Wellness Shaped by Goat Milk

That’s not just an advertising slogan, you know . . . we are staking our reputation on those five words . . . wellness shaped by goat milk! Everything we do at Mt. Capra is aimed at improving wellness in our customers. It begins with the goats.  Our goats are grass-fed.  There are no pesticides […]

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Ninety Years of Mt. Capra

Ninety years! For ninety years the history of Mt.Capra has been a part of Western Washington history. Ninety years! In 1928 a farmer by the name of Melvin Eggars opened Briar Hills Dairy and specialized in making premium raw goat milk cheeses.  After some intensive study and experimentation he also branched out and began making […]

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the Mt. Capra goat milk product farm

A Brief History of Mt. Capra

In 1928 a young farmer named Peter Eggers began making raw goat milk cheese from the milk produced on his small goat dairy. That goat dairy is now known as Mt. Capra and operates today with the same values, principles, and vision.

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