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    teliza
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    I would love input if anyone has knowledge about this. I have access to raw, fresh goat’s milk for making my kefir and know this is better for digestion than cow’s milk. My concern is that the goats are given antibiotics–though not on a regular basis, only when necessary and as a last resort. And then the milk is thrown away for almost a week after a goat has been given them. But I’m wondering if the milk would then be antibiotic-free? And if not, would that be a concern since antibiotics have contributed to my candida?

    Appreciate any advice on this, thanks!
    Tracy

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    raster
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    I recommend contacting the distrubutor of the milk and ask them this question.

    -raster

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    teliza
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    Thanks, I did talk with her and I don’t think she’s entirely sure. She doesn’t sell commercially so I don’t believe she’s ever had the milk tested and it’s probably not been a real concern for her. I’ve also tried to find out more online, but no definitive answers yet.

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    raster
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    If it has been awhile since the goat has had antibiotics I don’t think I’d worry about it. There could be trace amounts of it, but it shouldn’t be a large amount or anything like that.

    -raster

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    teliza
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    Okay, great, thanks Raster!
    Tracy

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