About Dark Water Ranch LLC
Dark Water Ranch was founded in 2006 on land that the Chisolm Trail had ran through. We raised Longhorn Cattle, a few head of horses and goats. Over the years we cut somethings back like horses and downsized the cattle. We developed our goat herd and started making our famous Goat Milk Soap in about 2008.
Since that time our soap production grew and we started growing produce and selling at the farmers markets in the summers.
In 2020 we decided to share a little of Gods beauty here on the farm by developing our agritourism after so many people at the markets asked if they could visit the farm, and well it has just grown from there!
We have lots of livestock on the farm and most enjoy the visitors that come to the farm. Especially if the come bearing treats! We have the goats, Kune Kune pigs, mini horses, turkeys. rabbits, chickens and geese that visitors can feed treats from the machines.
We grow some produce and we are adding the U-Pick Flowers in 2023.
We also have a woodshop on site that we do some business through using our trade name Black Goat Designs. You can find out more about that on its website BlackGoatDesigns.
We are located between Ninnekah and Rush Springs in rural Oklahoma. We are a mile in off the blacktop road of county street 2850. The Chisolm Trail came right through here and we talk about that base a few of our fun activities off that fact.
Our goat milk soap is made from milk taken from goats here on the ranch. We use raw milk and our soap is made as hot process. We have secret way that we make our soap and it has a strong following. Many people once using our goat milks soaps will not use any other. Our soaps have that country farm look and come in muslin bags with fun graphics. Purchase on farm in the gift shop or online from our shopping page.
We have all kinds of dreams for the future here on Dark Water Ranch. The Spring of 2023 we are building an old time Brush Arbor in the wooded area between the creeks and some day we hope to build a large walk bridge over the creek, conecting to the arbor.