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Posted by Nat on March 28, 2001 at 17:28:50:
In Reply to: Recieps for Goats Milk posted by Shirley Mcguire on March 28, 2001 at 16:03:20:
Ever consider taking on a few bottle lambs to raise for the market, calf, or feed a pig with the extra milk?
I took on a few lambs this year, figured that I could find a use for the extra milk from my Togg that milks ALOT. One problem.. She didnt' freshen yet, and I have the lambs already, lol. Last year when I had pigs, I thew them the extra milk with their grain. Wow did they grow well on it. Sometimes horse farms with orpahn foals need goat milk for the little ones.
I always wanted to make something out of the milk, but was never ambitious enough. (Much easier to just feed it to someone else.. pigs, lambs, ect. ) This year I'm going to try fudge, and soap. Ice Cream is REALLY REALLY good!! If you search the net, you should find some good recipies - also either Hoggers, or Caprine Supply or both have a Capprine Cooking (or something to that extent) Cookbook. May be a worthwile purchase!
Happy Milking! How about a milk bath?! lol
-Nat's Little Bit Farm
"Home of the doe that will never freshen!"
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