1. Environmentally Friendly
Goats are obviously much smaller than cows, therefore they take up less land for grazing. In the area that you could keep three cows, you could have have nine goats.
2. Lower in Fat
Goat milk has less fat than cow milk, but has still has the same amount of protein and essential amino acids.
3. Less Toxic
It’s much more common to see a commercial cow dairy than a commercial goat dairy. Without the pressure to produce as much milk as possible as fast as possible, it’s more likely that the goats aren’t fed growth hormones which can remain present in their milk.
4. Easier to Digest
Goat milk has the closest composition to human milk, making it much easier for humans to digest. The easier it is to digest, the more nutrients your body is absorbing.
5. Lower in Lactose
Goat milk has slightly lower levels of lactose than cow milk does. For some people with less severe lactose intolerance, goat milk may be something they can drink without any problems.