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Old 09-19-2011, 08:16 PM   #1
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goat's milk?

My DS is about to turn 1 year old & I know we can stop formula & give him cows milk BUT yuck! I known formula is cows milk but he had BM until 10 months & I hate the test of cow's milk myself!
Has anyone opted for goats milk instead of cows milk?
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None of my guys have had cow's milk until 2. Goats milk is all we do in addition to breast milk. Fresh rocks, cartons of Meyersburg are affordable and easy to find, though it smells some. My guys have all loved it though! I add in a whole food supplement, some Pediasmart, a probiotic powder and a liquid vitamin when they are little just to be sure they are fully supplied with good stuff. Its easy to digest and full of all the fat the littles need.
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Great advice! Thank you! I am hoping my local sunflower market has it available
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Re: goat's milk?

I don't think you have PUBLIX or KROGER in CA, but they are our large regular grocery store chains here, and both carry it all the time as does our Whole Foods of course.
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