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Post by Sonshine on Tue May 10, 2011 10:23 am

There are many uses for milk. Along with drinking, it is a necessary ingredient in many recipes and is required to make cheeses, yogurt, and other foods. Having a self-sustained supply of milk is invaluable on a small homestead, but most family homes cannot justify the expense, the workload, nor the space required for a cow just to produce milk for the family. A single cow is also capable of producing far more milk than the average family would use daily, and, although there are ways to use surplus milk, in most cases it ends up being more time-consuming than it is worth. So what’s a family who wants to be self-sufficient to do? You don’t have to rely on stores or the kindness of others. You can produce your own milk supply with the help of one of nature’s most versatile domestic creatures: the goat.

Goat’s milk is consumed by 65% of the world’s population. In many countries, the same reasons as those faced by small homesteads apply. The cost of maintaining larger animals and the time required for care make goats a much wiser choice. Goat’s milk is also delicious! That plays a huge part in choosing goats over cows as well.

For the rest of the message, please go to: There are many uses for milk. Along with drinking, it is a necessary ingredient in many recipes and is required to make cheeses, yogurt, and other foods. Having a self-sustained supply of milk is invaluable on a small homestead, but most family homes cannot justify the expense, the workload, nor the space required for a cow just to produce milk for the family. A single cow is also capable of producing far more milk than the average family would use daily, and, although there are ways to use surplus milk, in most cases it ends up being more time-consuming than it is worth. So what’s a family who wants to be self-sufficient to do? You don’t have to rely on stores or the kindness of others. You can produce your own milk supply with the help of one of nature’s most versatile domestic creatures: the goat.

Goat’s milk is consumed by 65% of the world’s population. In many countries, the same reasons as those faced by small homesteads apply. The cost of maintaining larger animals and the time required for care make goats a much wiser choice. Goat’s milk is also delicious! That plays a huge part in choosing goats over cows as well.

There are many uses for milk. Along with drinking, it is a necessary ingredient in many recipes and is required to make cheeses, yogurt, and other foods. Having a self-sustained supply of milk is invaluable on a small homestead, but most family homes cannot justify the expense, the workload, nor the space required for a cow just to produce milk for the family. A single cow is also capable of producing far more milk than the average family would use daily, and, although there are ways to use surplus milk, in most cases it ends up being more time-consuming than it is worth. So what’s a family who wants to be self-sufficient to do? You don’t have to rely on stores or the kindness of others. You can produce your own milk supply with the help of one of nature’s most versatile domestic creatures: the goat.

Goat’s milk is consumed by 65% of the world’s population. In many countries, the same reasons as those faced by small homesteads apply. The cost of maintaining larger animals and the time required for care make goats a much wiser choice. Goat’s milk is also delicious! That plays a huge part in choosing goats over cows as well.

http://www.offthegridnews.com/2011/05/09/fresh-milk-on-tap-goats-for-home-milk-production/

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