One dairy goat can produce nearly 1 ton of milk every year, making it an excellent gift for a family in need. The milk is extremely nutrient-dense, providing a vital source of calcium and vitamins for children. Extra milk can be sold or used to make products such as cheese, butter, and yogurt that are in high demand at local markets.
A goat produces nearly a ton of milk every year!
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