Touting claims similar to, and some beyond pushers of "cow's milk" - There seems to be some interest here in the U.S. There are more than a dozen camel dairies. And the milk was USDA approved for human consumption in 2009.
I have just two concerns regarding camels milk:
One is that IF "nutrition" is part of the scheme of consumption... Shouldn't humans be drinking hyena milk? It has 15 times more "protein" than cow's milk... And about 10 times more than camel's milk. No, probably not... hyenas aren't as docile as camels and cows - They just wouldn't be as easy to exploit...
And that leads me to my second question... Knowing all I that I do about what happens to baby calves in cow dairies... It makes me wonder - What happens to the male camel calves? The baby "Joe" camels? Certainly they must be stolen from their mothers - In order for the humans to steal the milk as they do from cow calves. I'm curious - will they have baby camel igloos and hutches to make a killing from those infant's bodies too?
Ah! But think of the new markets it will open! Manufacturers of bigger