I decided to start a topic on dairy so we can all learn together about. Share resources, experiences. If you posted in the "wheatbelly" thread it would be great if you could move your post. I know that milk from another species can not exactly be considered a natural food. After all, milk is for babies. Still milk of a variety of pasture animals has been used in many cultures for thousands of years. Commonly used milk includes sheep, goat, cow, caribou, horse and camel. It is also not uncommon for humans to raise one species on the milk of another species. Arabian Horses in the Middle East are often fed camel's milk because it is richer instead of their mother's milk. Many people have raised puppies or kittens on goat milk successfully. So what do you think?