We are the Harris family. We live on a 15 acre farm just outside of McCook, NE. We purchased the property in 2013 when it was nothing but an undeveloped piece of grass pasture. Since then we have developed it into a beautiful homesite, a sod farm, a hub for our lawn care and landscaping business, and a home for two donkeys and two horses. With the passing of the 2018 farm bill and then the 2020 NE department of Ag Hemp Bill, we were excited to add CBD hemp at the very same time we were already developing a new line of all natural hand made soap.
We believe in the spirit and drive of local businesses and their relationships with their customers and communities. It gives us an enormous sense of pride to bring amazing products to customers right here in our own communities in southwest Nebraska. We love the fact that we are creating opportunities for our future generations and strengthening our local economies so that our small rural communities continue to proper for future generations.
Meet our team
Justin & Kaylynn are the co-founders of Wild Ass Soap Co. and the heads of the household. Justin is a 1995 graduate of McCook Senior High and Kaylynn is a 1995 graduate of Wheatland High in Madrid, Ne.
Wyatt is the oldest child and is a 2020 graduate of McCook Senior High. Wyatt is sort of a co-operations manager of the family business.
Lane is our second oldest child and is engaged in many of the day to day operations as he learns to do more and more.
Gemma is our next oldest only by less than a minute. She is a silly heart and an animal lover by nature. At a lot of the in person or show events we do you will likely find Gemma with her “Wild Kickin’ Earrring” display. She loves to design and make her own earrings.
Jax is our youngest and a twin to Gemma. Jax has Down syndrome which gives our family a unique opportunity to live, laugh, and love in ways we didn’t know were possible. It also brings some chaos to the world as Jax is a little adrenaline junkie as well as being comedian and performer…sometimes at inappropriate times.
Allie Stitt is our niece from across the road. She joined us in 2020 at the old age of 13. Allie is no stranger to the farm life and farm work, so she is a valuable piece of our team in everything we do.