GOAT MILK IS EASIER TO DIGEST THAN COW MILK.
The fat globules in goat milk are smaller than in cow milk. This smaller size, combined with the lack of agglutinin, a protein that causes fat molecules to clump together, gives the goat milk a creamier texture in the mouth.
GOAT MILK IS MORE NUTRIENT DENSE THAN COW MILK.
It has more potassium in it than a banana does. The nutrients like iron, calcium, magnesium and phosphorous are more easily digested and used by the body in goat milk than cow milk. Because of these minerals bioavailability goat milk may help to treat nutritional deficiencies.
COW MILK CONTAINS THE PROTEIN ALPHA S1 CASEIN WHICH IS AN ALLERGEN. GOAT MILK HAS THE PROTEIN ALPHA S2 WHICH IS NOT A KNOWN ALLERGEN.
GOAT MILK SUPPLIES MORE VITAMIN A THAN COW MILK.
The Vitamin A in goat milk is not in the form of beta-carotene as it is for cow milk. This different form of Vitamin A is what makes goat milk whiter in color than cow milk.