Some time back, Art Almeda of Alaminos Goat Farm related that more and more dog breeders are buying goat’s milk. For what? For feeding their puppies because goat’s milk is cheaper than the powdered milk intended for feeding puppies.
And then there is another one. A racehorse owner had been buying 35 liters of goat’s milk every three days.This was used to feed a baby horse whose mother had died after giving birth.
We have also gathered somewhere that a member of the LGBT was buying several liters of fresh goat’s milk every so often. The gay guy used it for taking a bath probably believing that it will maintain his immaculate skin.
IMPORTANT LESSON – Now, you ask. What’s the use of posting an item like this? Well, there is an important lesson you can learn, whether you are producing goat’s milk or some other crops and animals.
Say you are producing goat’s milk but you are not yet well known for one reason or another. As such, you might find it difficult to compete with those who are better known in selling their fresh and processed milk to well known outlets. To sell your milk at a good price, you might as well explore the little known users of goat’s milk like the dog breeders.
Who knows that could make you famous and well-rewarded financially. See the reason why I posted this item?