Providing Herbal Products for Animals since 2002

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Mo'Milk

Powdered Herbal Dietary Supplement
Herbal Dietary Supplement formulated to aid in milk production in lactating animals such as Goats, Llamas. Alpacas, Cows & Horses.

Contains: Fennel, Fenugreek & Dill

Serving Suggestion
Fed Daily

Goats: 1- 2 Tbls.
Alpacas: 1-2 Tbls.

Llamas: 2-3 Tbls.
Horses: 3-4 Tbls.

 

Price: $11.95
Quantity:
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Reviews

Average Rating
  • Average Rating 4.36/5 Stars.
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Mo milk!
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Nicole (FairPlay co) - July 27th 2016
One side of my doe was only producing a cup at most. It was almost nonexistent. Even with that I was getting a little less that 1/2 a gal a day. We went on vacation. She was not milked properly while I was gone. When I came back I was lucky to get a quart. After a week of mo milk I am now getting over a gallon a day. The one side has even started producing! Yay!
No Change
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Sarah (IN) - April 7th 2015
My Nubian doe has been consistantly giving me 3 lbs of milk at each milking (morning and night). I started feeding Mo Milk at 2 TB in her grain every morning. After a week and a half there has been no increase at all in her milk production. :(
Did not work as well as I hoped. :(
  • Rating 3/5 Stars.
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Katia Gyetvai (CA) - March 13th 2014
My family and I had gone on a trip for two weeks and our goats did not get milked out entirely. Our Pygmy goat was almost completely dry, so I bought Mo' Milk, hoping that it would bring her back up to her full amount, but it didn't. I was disappointed. It brought her back up halfway, but she is still not giving as much as I had hoped. Maybe I did not have enough to get her back up all the way. I will try one more time.
Increased milk supply
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5stargoatkid (OK) - May 4th 2013
I used the Mo'Milk on my Saanen/Nubian doe. Within 4 weeks her udder got tight with milk. She went up from 20 oz to 27 oz. each milking. Unfortunately it worked so well that it broke the capillaries in her udder and blood started leaking in her milk. I stopped using the Mo' Milk, but the blood kept flowing in. After 9 days, it was still the same. I read in the Natural Goat Book by Pat Coleby, that Vitamin C powder would heal it and stop the blood. I tried this for two days and sure enough it worked! The milk is white as snow now. I think the only reason the Mo'Milk affected her this way is because she is a precocious milker. She has never been bred and most likely her udder hasn't developed enough in size or maturity to use the product. I have been milking her for 11 months, and her udder has been slowly but surely going up in milk production as it matures. I have ordered more Mo'Milk and plan to start my 3rd freshener doe on it and my virgin doe again later when her udder [...read more]
Mo'Milk is Great!
  • Rating 5/5 Stars.
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Darlene Dollins (FL) - January 19th 2012
Tomorrow will start the 11th month of lactation for my first freshener, Laura Grace. I used Mo' Milk to bring her back into good milk production after I took a short trip. She wasn't milked out well and nearly dried up, but Mo' Milk helped restore her production in no time! She gets it every day now....

Thanks!
Seems to work well for my cow
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Anne (Oregon) - November 17th 2011
My cow is a "teen mother", having been bred accidentally at a very young age. She seemed to grow just fine, but her calf was very, very tiny and wasn't thriving. I started giving this formula, along with some alfalfa hay to the mama, and her milk production seems to have increased quite a bit. I'm not milking her, so it's difficult to say for sure, but the calf is staying latched on longer and seems to be getting more satisfaction from her nursing sessions.
Miracle formula??
  • Rating 5/5 Stars.
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Erin (Maryland) - July 11th 2011
I used this on a doe last season, and again on her sister this season. I just cannot say enough about how wonderful it works!! My doe Coco had only one baby this season and even though Chloe was a very healthy eater, she was producing so much milk I had to stop giving her the herbs! (My goats are pets and not milked- although the vet had to teach me how to milk Coco and even called her a 'Milk Market') Thank you so much for your love of goats and this amazing website which has helped me become 'The Goat Lady' of our neighboring farms!!
Fantastic!
  • Rating 5/5 Stars.
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Gonetothedogzz (Sidney, Ohio) - June 29th 2011
Mo Milk has given me what it says it will, "Mo Milk" My goats have doubled milk production in two weeks! Thanks!
Works on Humans, too!
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Ana (Hillsborough, NC) - January 11th 2011
Thank you for using human-grade ingredients. I had a lot of trouble breastfeeding my second son due to his severe acid reflux, and using Mo' Milk kept my production going so I could use the pump and give him breast milk exclusively for much longer than I could have otherwise. It's not the best tasting stuff ever, but with the dill in it I put it on pickle sandwiches and that made it palatable. And it costs a tiny fraction of the same thing marketed for humans.

It works as well on goats, too, of course. I missed two days of milking when I gave birth and my husband with his big hands isn't a very effective milker. Their production dropped off but came right back when I fed them the Mo' Milk.
Increased production
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Alice Kaspar (TX) - January 16th 2010
Mo' Milk definitely increased production when given to my LaMancha doe. With a small herd and only one doe in milk, I need all I can get. Mo' Milk is an outstanding product.
Nigerian Dwarf Goats
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R&r's Goats Farm (Tularosa, NM) - July 4th 2009
My goats were drying up from eating the sage bushes. I tried this and it helped. It didn't do a big increase, but it did help to increase their out-put. Some didn't want to try it, but after a few times of putting in there grain. They start to eat it.