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    Default Sheep mlk data

    https://www.organicfacts.net/sheep-milk.html

    Higher in Calcium than phosphorus. Higher than Goats milk is fats.

    https://kb.osu.edu/dspace/bitstream/...V72N01_003.pdf

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    Default Re: Sheep mlk data

    Interesting...try putting the info into the formula calculator at ewildagain.org and see how it stands up. I would be curious.
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    Default Re: Sheep mlk data

    Just info here (not having gone on that thread), not one that is involved in calculating formulas.

    This is not the same as Lamb's milk replacement formulas.

    This source is not as available as whole goat's milk is; yet perhaps for those that rehab neonates that live in or near NY State or the upper Mid-west regions,

    where there are sheep milk farms that sell the milk, might consider using it as an alternative milk source to include in formula.

    Whole sheep milk is notably higher in fat than whole goat's milk is; it also has a positive (Ca:P) ratio, and is very digestible!

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    Default Re: Sheep mlk data

    Sheep's milk is 7 % higher in fat than goats milk, with twice the fat than cow and goat milk.

    It's also higher in mineral values. Calcium magnesium etc.

    Scroll down for chart comparison of cow, goat and sheep milks

    https://www.farmdrop.com/blog/goat-s...ence-benefits/

    https://www.uddermilk.com/products/productdetails/76

    https://www.swissvillallc.com/milk/

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