Raw Goat Milk
Raw, fresh, pure, and straight from the farm. Did you know raw milk from Nigerian Dwarf goats has more than double the amount of fat and protein than any other goat breed?! Goat milk is so complete, it can be used as a whole meal replacement.
Our raw goat milk can offer an immense range of benefits for you or your pet...reduction of allergies, improved digestion and nutrient absorption, improved joint, skin, and bone health, reduced inflammation, regulation of body temperature through superior hydration, and much more. This high nutrient-dense food can support overall health and wellbeing. Goats milk strengthens immune systems, contains anti-histamines for allergies, and is an excellent source of natural probiotics, Read below for a full range of benefits.
$7 for 1 quart
$10 for 2 quarts
To provide the freshest milk possible, we currently offer our raw milk in 1 quart glass jars. For your first purchase, please add a $5 bottle deposit per bottle. You can then return your empty bottle and pick up your fresh milk in a new bottle every week.
Farm pickup only, in Fordland Missouri.
Recommended Dosage for Pets
Recommended dosage is 1 ounce per 10 lbs. To determine the amount needed for your pet, use this simple calculation...take the weight of your dog, and divide by 10. That will tell you how many quarts per month you need. For example, my 40 lb border collie uses 4 quarts per month.
Benefits of raw goat milk for you and your pet
1) Improved Digestion and Nutrient Absorption
Goat milk is an excellent way to support digestive health. Goat milk contains smaller fat globules and unique protein structure compared to cow's milk, reducing the risk of digestive issues. Goat's milk is also a good source of probiotics which can help balance the gut microbiome and aid in digestion. These beneficial microorganisms can increase nutrient absorption by breaking down food particles for easier absorption by your pet's body.
2) Relief from Food Allergies and Intolerance
Goat's milk is an excellent option for pets with food allergies or sensitivities, as it's less likely to trigger an allergic reaction than cow's milk or other dairy products. Since goat's milk hasn't been pasteurized or homogenized like cow's milk, it still contains the lactase enzyme which is responsible for breaking down lactose in dairy products. This can help reduce the risk of lactose intolerance-related symptoms. It also contains a different type of beta-casein than cow's milk. Cow's milk can contain the A1 beta-casein protein, which may cause an immune response in some pets and lead to symptoms such as skin irritation and digestive upset. Goat's milk, on the other hand, contains A2 beta-casein which is less likely to cause a reaction.
3) Reduced Inflammation
Goat's milk can help reduce inflammation in the body, due to its unique combination of fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals. The fatty acids found in the milk play a key role in reducing inflammation by helping to suppress certain inflammatory molecules. This can help reduce pain and swelling associated with conditions such as arthritis or other joint issues.
Selenium is one of the many nutrients found in goat's milk that has anti-inflammatory properties. It helps protect against damage caused by free radicals, which can lead to inflammation in your dog's body. Goat's milk is also a good source of zinc, a mineral that mediates inflammatory responses in the body.
4) Strengthened Immune System
Goat milk contains probiotics which help balance the gut. This in turn can help boost your pet's immunity, as about 70% of the immune system is located in the gut. Other immune-boosting nutrients found in goat's milk include antioxidants such as vitamins A and C.
Acting as a powerful antioxidant, Vitamin A helps protect cells from oxidative stress and can assist in immune function. Vitamin C also has antioxidant properties and helps support the body's natural defense against infections and diseases.
5) Stronger Teeth and Bones
Goat milk is a great source of calcium, which is essential for healthy teeth and bones. Calcium helps maintain the strength and density of bones, as well as promoting dental health by helping to prevent tooth decay.
Phosphorus is another mineral found in goat milk. It helps to strengthen teeth and bones by combining with calcium to form hydroxyapatite, a mineral that gives bones and teeth their strength and structure. Phosphorus also plays a role in a variety of cellular processes, such as energy production, cell signaling, and muscle contraction.
6) Natural Hydration and Fluid Balance
Ensuring that your pet stays properly hydrated is essential for their overall wellbeing, and goat's milk can help with that. It contains about 85% water, making it an excellent source of hydration for your pet. It can even help replenish lost fluids in pets with digestive issues, such as vomiting or diarrhea.
Goat milk can also help regulate body temperature, as it contains electrolytes such as sodium and potassium. These minerals help to maintain the balance of fluids in your pet's body and can help prevent dehydration during hot weather or strenuous activity.
7) Improved Skin and Coat Health
The essential fatty acids in goat's milk can even help improve the health of your pet's skin and coat. These fatty acids are able to penetrate the skin and provide moisture, helping to protect against dryness and irritation. The moisturizing properties of goat's milk can also help soothe any existing skin issues, such as allergies or hot spots.
Goat's milk is also a good source of biotin, a B vitamin that helps promote healthy skin and a shiny coat. Biotin helps strengthen hair follicles and prevents dry, brittle fur by providing nourishment to the cells that produce sebum. Additionally, goat's milk contains Vitamin E which can help reduce inflammation in the skin, as well as protect against damage caused by free radicals.