ADAPT, OVERCOME & IMPROVISE !
We all know that the best nutrients for a baby has been provided by G-d in the form of breast milk from a BIOLOGICAL WOMAN . If any of you dudes who were born a MAN and can lactate from you man boobies then more power to you , and if not , well then that just means that you are NORMAL , so no worries.
But for those of you who still need a breast milk substitute I will list a few for you to explore on your own and share with others. This is NOT professional medical advice and should not be considered to be so, this is just from personal and real world experience .
Goat milk- 65% of the world drinks goats milk , while the fresher the better , unless you either have or know of someone who has goats that recently gave birth and are still nursing their kids then GOOGLE Goat Dairy's in your area. You can also buy pasteurized Goat Milk at regular stores like Wa-Mart , Safe-Way and City Market. While fresh and unpasteurized is healthier for little ones the government frowns on that.
We just sold off the rest of our goat herd as my arthritic hands just hurt too much during and after to justify keeping them only for the wife and I.
Sheep's milk - while not as common as Goat milk it is still very healthy and can be found in more middle-eastern neighborhoods.
Goat/Sheep powdered milk - yes you read that correct , it is usually used for orphaned kids/lambs but is perfectly healthy for human consumption .
On a personal note , when we ran low on formula for our granddaughters who were staying with us years ago , we mixed up regular powdered milk and Lamb Replacer powdered milk and those girls thrived ! They suddenly got over being sick and started putting on much needed weight and the Probiotics are great for maintaining good gut health. Heck my wife still mixes some up for me about once a week, but then I like to add some powdered Malt to make it taste even better .
You can buy those on Amazon , Tractor Supply , Farm and Fleet , Wa-Mart and other such stores, and they come in different sized bags anywhere from a pound up to fifty-pounds .
Most people are not thinking about these alternatives so go and read up on them and then stock up while you can. Look into which ones contains human edible food grade ingredients so you can be sure that you are getting the highest-quality available.
WE plan on THRIVING, not just surviving.
"Ask for a lamb milk replacer that contains human edible grade ingredients so you can be sure you're feeding lambs high-quality, consistent nutrition. "https://www.purinamills.com/sheep-f...-to-ask-before-buying-lamb-milk-replacerhttps://www.mannapro.com/goat-sheep/milk-replacers/lamb-milk-replacer
Milk Replacer for lambs with Probiotics
Lamb Milk Replacer with probiotics for lambs is great for gut health and digestion. It's easy to mix and includes the protein needed for growth and development.
All-milk protein supports growth and development
Powered by Opti-Gut™ to support gut health and digestion
Easy to mix for fast prep and optimal consumption
The Science Behind Opti-Gut:
Opti-Gut is a blend of natural ingredients, including both contents of the yeast cell and probiotic bacteria. Together, these ingredients help control harmful bacteria and support the population of good bacteria in the digestive tract.
Available in 3.5 lb and 25 lb sizes.https://www.healthline.com/health/benefits-of-goat-milk
While goat's milk is seen as more of a specialty item in the United States, approximately 65 percent of the population of the world drinks goat's milk.
Although Americans tend to gravitate toward cow's or plant-based milks, there are a number of health-related reasons to choose goat's milk.
You may find it difficult to digest traditional cow's milk and would prefer to try out other animal-based milks before looking to plant-milk. Or you may simply be looking to change what you add to your morning coffee and cereal. Whatever, the reason, we've got you covered.
Check out the comparison of goat's milk to other types of milk, below, to get a better idea of whether this option is the right one for you....