Locally farmed fresh!
Cross Wind Farm goat milk was the first in Canada to offer on farm, fluid goat milk in small batches. They endeavour to make their bottled milk within hours of milking’s, providing a refreshing smooth product. Nothing added, Nothing lost, and No Compromising!
Raw probiotic superfoods for dogs & cats. The probiotic properties from from carefully selected bacteria cultures.
The milk has a very high digestibility and palatability. It reduces allergy symptoms, improves skin & fur health, and is nutrient rich.
The probiotics boost immunity, detoxify, & improve gut health. Raw goat milk is a supplementary superfood loaded with essential vitamins, minerals, fatty acids and enzymes.
- Boosts immunity
- Nutrient rich
- Improves digestion
- Builds bone density
- Reduces allergy symptoms
- Helps treat candida
- Detoxification support
- Lactose free
Probiotic Pet Milk for Pet Health
Did you know that foods rich in probiotics can be beneficial for your dog or cat?
Have you tried kefir for your dog? Feeding kefir to your dog or cat can ward off and treat a number of conditions, including:
- possible allergies
- skin and coat problems
- irritable bowel syndrome
- indigestion and other digestive tract problems
- excessive flatulence
- excessive shedding (note that your dog will still shed as much as its breed is supposed to)
- a lack of beneficial bacteria and yeasts in the intestines after a course of antibiotics
- stool problems
- weight problems
- bad breath
How Much Pet Milk to Give a Dog?
For one of the best dog supplements, especially if your dog is eating commercial dog food the guideline is as follows. You can even start with half the amount if you have a canine with a finicky stomach. Please start small so you don't overwhelm the system with all this new goodness. You can increase the amount daily if you choose but start here:
- Small size dogs or cats 1 tsp. - 1 tbsp.
- Medium size dogs 1 - 2 tbsp.
- Large Dogs 2 - 3 tbsp.
ABOUT CROSSWIND FARMS
Building on a long family tradition of farming, fostered by years of Kevin’s experience in the Dairy industry and Cindy’s knowledge of operations and marketing, it was a natural choice to begin their own family dairy farm operation. In 2006, just 15 minutes east of Peterborough in Keene, Ontario the journey of creating a dairy goat farm began. It started with the reconstruction of their 1800’s barn to create a lovely home for their goats. In March of 2007, after a year of hard work, it was finally time to bring home the does! In just a month, they began shipping raw milk and the rest is history.