We have it. You want it. Your cats and dogs need it. Considered a super power food that provides complete, bioavailable nutrition, goat milk is easy to digest and provides exceptional amounts of vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, trace elements, enzymes and short and medium-chain fatty acids.

One of the main reasons raw goat milk is great for pets, and also for people, is that it's very easy to digest. The fat particles in goat milk are much smaller than in cow milk, creating a softer curd in the stomach. This is much easier for the body to break down in the gut and intestines and absorb nutrients from.

Raw goat milk is rich in calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, and potassium, providing a natural and bioavailable form of the nutrients which are easily digested and absorbed by the body. It can be used to treat malabsorption, bone demineralization, and anemia. Additionally, high amounts of selenium and zinc are present which can help prevent neurodegenerative diseases.

Another great feature of raw goat milk is that it reduces inflammation. The anti-inflammatory properties are due to naturally occurring oligosaccharides which act as prebiotics in the colon. Oligosaccharides promote healthy gut flora, lessen bacteria that causes inflammation and help repair damaged gut cells.

Our fresh, raw goat milk is sourced from our local goat farmers at Capra Gia Cheese Company. They produce Georgia's freshest, finest artisanal goat cheeses and milk on their farm in beautiful West Georgia. Goats are antibiotic and hormone free, fed by rotational grazing and using only locally grown hay. Our goat milk comes frozen in half gallon bottles. Order online and have it delivered to your doorstep, shipped or pick up.

Goat Milk
One 64 oz container of raw goat milk. 100% raw goat milk for pets. Sourced from local GA farm, The Capra Gia Cheese Company. Antibiotic and hormone free, goats fed through rotational grazing and fed only locally grown hay. Raw goat milk is easily absorbed by cats and dogs and is considered the unive…
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