When it comes to milk there are so many options to choose from including the cow’s milk, almond milk, and oat milk and of course Mare’s Milk. Most of you might not be aware that Mare’s Milk was an option, but it actually has an extensive list of health benefits that far exceed cow’s milk.

There are a lot of misconceptions about Mare’s Milk though, so we thought we would address those questions here.

Is Mare’s Milk safe for humans?

Mare’s Milk is actually very similar to human milk and some women who cannot breastfeed their babies, for whatever reason, have been advised to use Mare’s Milk instead.

Are foals separated from the horse like a calf from a cow?

Absolutely not! The mares are not separated from their foals, in fact in order to obtain milk from a mare, they have to like you. If we took the foal away, this would be a step in the wrong direction.

What can you use Mare’s Milk for?

As mentioned, Mare’s Milk has so many nutritional and digestive benefits. Personally, we have used Mare’s Milk in our cheese, cosmetics and health care. In terms of cosmetics, Mare’s Milk can benefit your hands, hair and skin.

You can make cheese with Mare’s Milk?

That’s right, we produce Mare’s Milk cheese and it is a rich and high-quality product that is jam-packed with health benefits. Plus, it is a mouth-watering taste that will tantalise your taste buds. You know you want to try some, so here is the link to some delicious cheese. Fresh and tender, you will be surprised at the texture and taste.

Where do you produce Mare’s Milk?

Mare’s Milk is extremely popular in Europe and Asia, as they have realised the extensive healing properties it provides, however, we are located in the UK. Actually, we are the first and only producer of Mare’s Milk in the UK. We are based upon our Combe Hay farm in Somerset.

How are the horses treated?

Our mission is to advance the welfare, health and awareness of British mare’s. We understand that Mare’s Milk is a gift from Mother Nature, so we value the relationship between humans and horses.

If you have any questions that you would like us to address, feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help.