Goats help family pour sweet milk into small farm, soaps sold online - Nooganomics. Local economy & free markets
print By David Tulis Becky Ensinger’s soaps grace our shower stall dish and emit a pleasant, healthful fragrance. The couple supplies families at my church with eggs, though they won’t take a cash payment to avoid commerce on the Lord’s Day. Mrs. Ensinger and her husband, Bill, 39, run a six-acre farm in Dayton, Tenn., the college town an hour north of Chattanooga. The tree-lined plot may have no name, but its owners are known to a small Internet clientele as Dixie Soaps, specializing in goats milk bath bars. “We have a lot of different products for the whole farm,”