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5 Reasons Why Raw Goat’s Milk Is Beneficial For Your Baby

When feeding your baby any formula, there are a lot of things that you need to consider. You need to think about the nutrients that your formula of choice is providing, and more importantly, you need to be attentive to your little one’s reaction to the formula. Quite often, parents find themselves leaning towards cow’s milk when choosing baby formula because it is an absolute requirement, right? Wrong. There are other, much healthier alternatives to cow’s milk, and raw goat’s milk is one of them. While natural goat’s milk and cow’s milk share some similarities, the former is much more beneficial. Here’s how:

  1. Goat milk contains a low amount of allergens

Cow’s milk, which is the most commonly used milk for baby formula, contains high amounts of allergens. These allergens are mostly present in the lactose, which leads to the condition known as lactose intolerance. This condition can lead to several issues including gas and digestive issues. On the other hand, goat’s milk contains a lower quantity of lactose, which means there are lower quantities of allergens.

  1. Goat’s milk is easily digestible

Digestion issues are common in babies, and they are, more often than not, caused by the formulas. Goat’s milk formula can be easily digested. Unlike cow’s milk or buffalo’s milk, goat’s milk contains higher amounts of short as well as medium fatty acids, including polyunsaturated fats. This aids in your baby’s digestion. Additionally, the lactose in cow’s milk is also harder to break down, which is a problem that goat’s milk does not pose.

  1. Goat’s milk contains a higher amount of probiotics

Most kinds of milk contain healthy bacteria, which are known as probiotics or prebiotics. But when compared to other types of milk like cow’s or buffalo’s milk, goat’s milk contains a higher percentage of probiotics. Probiotics are essential during your baby’s early years as they not only maintain overall health but also help ease diarrhea symptoms and reduces the risk of infections in the upper respiratory tract.

  1. Goat milk helps boost the immune system

Raw goat’s milk is a rich source of selenium. Selenium is an important mineral that helps boost the immune system and keep it robust. It affects immune responses by increasing the type of white blood cells, which are known as T-cells. A healthy immune system, in turn, keeps a number of health hazards away from your precious baby.

  1. Goat’s milk enhances metabolism

Feeding your baby, goat’s milk formula can also increase their metabolism. If your little one is facing any kind of digestive issue or is unable to absorb sufficient amounts of minerals and vitamins, goat’s milk can be the solution. It has been proven to increase a baby’s ability to metabolize minerals like iron. While there are artificial metabolism-boosting supplements, goat’s milk is a natural and much healthier alternative.

Get organic raw goat milk at Eichers Hobby Farm. We also sell an assortment of goat milk products including soaps, face creams, and body creams. Check out our website for more information.


  • Evangelista

    Hi, everyone! We are expecting our baby soon, but unfortunately, our surrogate is unable to provide milk, and we do not trust human bank milks, as they typically originate from m R N A vaccinated breastfeeding women. So, we are now looking at goat milk as an alternative. 

    Is there anyone who can provide us with information about feeding a newborn with raw goat milk? We are also considering the possibility of using a milk pasteurizer machine to address issues such as unwanted bacteria, etc. Thank you in advance! 

  • Dennis Savini

    When I was an infant the only milk I would drink was goats milk. My mother told me about this it was the only milk I would drink.

  • Emma

    I’m giving my 5 month old baby raw goat’s milk to supplement for a lack of breastmilk. However she is getting constipation frequently. I started adding water to the milk each time but she still has much trouble pooping. Have you ever had this issue with goat’s milk? Should I add even more water to help with this?

  • Sarah

    Did you know that raw’s goat milk presents the harm of salmonella, e.coli, listeria, and campylobacter to babies and should not be given to children under 12 months of age? You are spreading false information that can put infant’s lives at risk. This is incredibly stupid.

  • Natalie

    In regards to Rachel’s comment… where is there any evidence for that? Perhaps from a troll? Haven’t there only been 2-3 people who have apparently died from ‘raw milk’ in the last 20 or so years? And perhaps that was because of unsanitary conditions? Please verify your info with statistically sound evidence, do your own research. The FDA and other ‘Powers That Be’ are trying hard to get anything ‘beneficial for people’ off of the market (things that Big Pharma can’t profit from)…so there are a lot of Big Pharma trolls, bots, and plants out there so please Be Aware. My local CoOp and stores sell Raw Goat’s Milk (from grass-fed goats) and Raw Cow’s Milk from grass-fed cows. Folks love it and share their amazing benefits and testimonies. So talk with real folks who actually drink the raw milk and buy it from a trusted source if you want to try it.

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