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Question
Posted by: Nicky | 2004/11/25

Q.

Powdered Goat's Milk for Infant Feeding

I am trying to obtain powdered goat's milk as an alternative to dairy and soya based infant formulas'.

Is there anyone out there who can help?

Expert's Reply

A.

Paediatrician

Goat milk is not fit for infant consumption unless very specifically indicated and given under close supervision. My advice would be to try the well tested formulas first.

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Posted by: Purple | 2004/11/26

Most baby cities stock the goats milk based, soya based and cows milk based formula's.

If you have no luck, contact Nestle or whoever the different formula manufactuers are and ask who they distribute through in your area.

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