Milking goats

The goats that produce milk for our cheeses are the Toggenburger, Saanen and various cross country breeds.
Goats are a wonderfully exciting and wise animal. They have a long upbringing and are around 4 years old when fully grown. They can give milk until they are 16-17 years old.
A goat gives about 2-4 liters of milk a day and can be milked approximately 300 days a year. Goats like a luxury life on a new straw bedding and an opportunity to get out on grass fields during the summer season.

Goat milk

Globally, more goat milk is consumed than cow’s milk. Worldwide it is a secrets ingredient of many top chefs and more goat products are finding its way to consumers who are looking for new innovative food choices. We are happy that companies and consumers are now becoming more aware of the many qualities of goat milk.

Goatmilk nutritional content per. 100 grams

Energy 289 KJ / 69 kcal
Protein 3,6 g
Fat 4,1
Of which saturated fatty acids 2,6 g
Carbohydrate 4,5 g
Of which sugars 4,45 g

Goat milk

Globally, more goat milk is consumed than cow’s milk. Worldwide it is a secrets ingredient of many top chefs and more goat products are finding its way to consumers who are looking for new innovative food choices. We are happy that companies and consumers are now becoming more aware of the many qualities of goat milk.

Goatmilk nutritional content per. 100 grams

Energy 289 KJ / 69 kcal
Protein 3,6 g
Fat 4,1
Of which saturated fatty acids 2,6 g
Carbohydrate 4,5 g
Of which sugars 4,45 g

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