This is what I sold for nearly 20 years. It changed Canadian law. This law states Canadians will benefit from using goat milk as an infant formula. What an awsome achievement.


” BEWARE! For Your Child: When you feed your baby infant formula, you increase your baby’s chance of having:  

 1) asthma  

2) allergies  

3) ear infections  

4) high blood pressure & heart disease 

 5) respiratory infections  

6) lower IQ and cognitive development  

7) obesity  

8) iron-deficiency anemia  

9) SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome)  

10) diabetes(types 1 & 2)  

11) digestive problems  

12) childhood cancers  

13) exposure to  environmental contaminants  

14) sleep apnea  

15) dental problems & malocclusions. 

Produced by the World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA)” 

“The immune system gradually matures during infancy. Critical early protection against many infectious diseases previously experienced by the mother is given by the passive IgG antibody transferred from the mother transplacentally and in milk.”

Evolution of the immune system in humans from infancy to old age

I produced pasteurized whole goat milk for Alberta supermarkets for nearly 20 years. Most of my consumers were screaming infants. Frustrated mothers of screaming infants [mostly allergic or colic infants] would try feeding goat milk to their infant. The screaming stopped and the infants grew well being fed goat milk. See “goat milk stories”. I would inform these callers that Health Canada thinks that goat milk is low in folic acid. To alleviate this deficiency, I would suggest that they could crush up a Flinstones vitamin and add it to the milk.

I would suggest that minimally processed  {pasteurized} whole goat milk with a few vitamins is a vastly superior infant food than the infant formulas currently available.

 “Breastfeeding and human milk are the normative standards for infant feeding and nutrition.”


I hope that this website will increase the rate of breastfeeding. It will show the reasons why breastmilk is considered superior to infant formulas.

“Human milk also contains many hundreds to thousands of distinct bioactive molecules that protect against infection and inflammation and contribute to immune maturation, organ development, and healthy microbial colonization. Some of these molecules, e.g., lactoferrin, are being investigated as novel therapeutic agents….

Disclosures: Dr. Morrow has grant funding from Mead Johnson Nutrition, Inc. to study the composition of human milk.”
 Human Milk Composition: Nutrients and Bioactive Factors

Olivia Ballard, JD, PhD (candidate) and Ardythe L. Morrow, PhD, MSc

Mead Johnson Nutrition ,Inc make infant formulas.

How did all of these ingredients get into breastmilk? Breastmilk is fed several times a day for several months.  Medicines are usually fed several times a day. An opportunity exists for an ingredient to be added to milk which will solve a problem which the infant is dealing with. This extends the power of evolution to solve problems as long as the infant nurses.   An  infant has to survive and reproduce in order to pass on his or her genetics. If an ingredient can enhance the infants chances by protecting against infection and  inflammation and contribute to immune maturation, organ development, and healthy microbial colonization, then the infants chances are improved. If the ingredient is harmful to the infant, then chances are that the child will not live and reproduce. This ingredient will disappear from the human genonome. The successful history of a species results in a better and better milk.

Some infants have genetic disorders. Goat milk will not correct these kinds of disorders. If your child is sick, take the child to a doctor. Diseases are best treated by a doctor. Medical situations like colic, allergy and constipation can be alleviated with goat milk use.

Breastmilk builds bones, blood, organs, skin and other body parts. Goat milk builds the same things in goats. Human genetics builds humans out of breastmilk. Goat genetics builds goats out of goat milk.

This is the story of what would happen if there was a superior infant formula available but not recognized.