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Raw Fermented Goat Milk

Our Raw Fermented Goat Milk comes from pasture-raised, grassfed goats we care for ourselves

here, under blue skies. This full-fat dairy is a healing cleanfood powerhouse. We use raw fermentation, not HPP pasteurization, so this is digestible lactose which most pets tolerate well. Inside: billions of probiotics and hundreds of live cultures, for good gut health. Ideal for

immunity and dealing with inflammation, it’s rich in naturally-occurring taurine,

vitamins, minerals and necessary fatty acids. A very nutritious meal mate, with

high bioavailability.

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Pint - 16 oz
Quart - 32 oz
Half-Gallon - 64 oz
Raw Fermented
Goat Milk
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Ingredients

Raw goat milk, lactic acid bacteria.

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Use

  • Advanced Nutritional Booster

  • Add raw milk to any meal

  • Easy for digestion, high bioavailability

  • Healthier than other commercial milks

Nutrient Dense Raw Food

  • Healthy raw fermented milk

  • Pasture raised and grassfed goats

  • Full-fat dairy, balanced by nature

  • Billions of probiotics and hundreds of live, diverse cultures

  • Digestible lactose due to raw fermentation

  • Delivers nutrients in its complete form

  • Whole and living beneficial bacteria

  • No high pressure processing or pasteurization (HPP)

  • Healthy curds

  • Superb source of live, naturally occurring enzymes,
    probiotics,
    vitamins,  minerals and fatty acids

  • Rich in naturally occurring CLA,omega-3 fatty acids,
    taurine,
    and vitamin K2

  • Protective nutrient-dense food

  • Ideal introduction to feeding fermented wholefoods

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Storage and Handling
Keep frozen. Thaw to serve. Refrigerate after serving. Stays fresh 14 days after opening.

Refreeze after 14 days if needed.

Best Way to Serve

Serve at room temperature or as a frozen treat. To receive

the maximum benefits of nutrients warming or heating is

not recommended.

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