Goddard Farm

Kansasmilk.com

Milk production in Kansas in July totaled 262 million pounds, up 5.6% from July, 2013

The average number of milk cows was 142,000. Average milk production per cow was 1,845 lbs

For many years, milk has been hailed as nature's nearly perfect food. In addition to possessing great taste, milk is incredibly nutritious. One serving of milk packs a powerful nutritional punch of calcium, Vitamins A, D, B6, B12 and riboflavin and protein

Kansas is recognized as one of the top dairy growth states. The relatively dry climate in the southwest, the ability to obtain the desired quantity and quality of water and the abundant dairy feed supply has contributed to this growth

Expect this growth to continue.Farm numbers will decrease but farm size (cow numbers and milk production) will increase at a greater rate. Along with the number of large dairy farms, there also is a growing number of smaller milk producers–often goat or sheep producers–who are looking for ways to maximize their returns

In the United States, goat's milk is gaining popularity
Goats eat less and occupy less grazing space than cows
Goat's milk is believed to be more easily digestible and less allergenic than cow's milk

raw milk and goat dairy products

 

 

 

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