David Livingston wrote:Here are the byodynamic standards including milk.
R Ranson wrote:For me, I prefer goats as farm animals, not just because of their size, but because they don't escape much. My goats can get out of their pasture if they are unhappy, but they choose to stay in it for some reason.
Casie Becker wrote:If I understand it correctly, some cattle produce proteins like those in goat and human milk that are easily digested.
Kelly Smith wrote:i have never heard the term "biodynamic milk".
Kelly Smith wrote:i know that a lot of people who have problems with processed milk do MUCH better on raw milk.
Kelly Smith wrote:one flick of the head can end very badly for anyone near a horned cow.
R Ranson wrote:I'm curious to learn more about biodynamic. I didn't realize it also included animals. I thought it was just plants. Very interesting.
Su Ba wrote:I can't see how removing a cow's horns would change the chemical composition of the milk it produces.